Enjoy your stay at the
The Wisconsin Law Enforcement Officers' Association had
an early goal to establish a recreational area for use by its members and
guests. As a result, in 1977 the Association purchased thirty (30) acres of
land in Waupaca for a campground. The campground is located between Waupaca and
New London on CTH "KK" just north of South 54. It has 1,100 feet of river
frontage on the south branch of the Little Wolf River.
Since its inception in 1977, members have put in many
hours to clear and build the campground into a facility which sees increased
attendance each year. There are pads for camping trailers and an area cleared
for tent campers. Restrooms, showers, electricity and a well are located on the
grounds. A pavilion, basketball court, volleyball area, jungle gym, and horse
shoe pits provide recreational opportunities for campers. The Association also
has bicycles available to visitors. Floatation tubes allow for an enjoyable and
leisurely ride down the Little Wolf River. All in all, the campground provides
a great place for an overnight stay or just a day's outing.
The campground is available for use by WLEOA members and
guests. Large groups who wish to use the facility should check in advance with
a campground committee member. Phone numbers are listed in the Wisconsin Law
Enforcement Journal. Donations are accepted from campers and/or visitors to
help maintain the grounds. The WLEOA board and officers are convinced this
campground plays an important role in the positive physical and mental
development of our young people. It provides a relaxing haven for WLEOA members
and their families.