Wisconsin Law Enforcement Officers Association, Inc.’s mission it to
unify the Wisconsin law enforcement community, promoting law
enforcement as a profession, encouraging public and private
cooperation, and building community relationships.


Campground

WLEOA Button- CampgroundWisconsin Law Enforcement Officers Association Memorial Campground
Since 1977

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.

WLEOA Campground
N3820 County Highway KK
Weyauwega WI 54983

The campground is located just off State Highway 54 on County KK, 7 miles East of Waupaca.

Several mapping programs show the location of the campground up to a mile away from the actual location.  If have difficulty locating the campground use the coordinates of “44°22’47.5″N 88°57’30.9″W”.


 

While WLEOA campground does not charge a fee for its use. We do however request a $10.00 per night donation to cover routine maintenance costs.  (No need to sign into paypal.  Click on “Use Credit Card”.)




 


 

Campground Rules

Please observe the following campground rules so everyone may enjoy the campground.

  • Recycling is mandatory. Please place recyclables in the proper disposal containers located next to the dumpster. If you do not wish to recycle, take your trash with you when you leave the campground.
  • Return all equipment, such as bicycles, bats, balls, etc., to the garage after you have finished using them.
  • No tree cutting. Firewood is provided for you and is already cut
  • No digging new fire pits.
  • Do not discharge any type of fireworks.
  • Keep all pets under control and on a leash. Always clean up after them.
  • Drive on designated roadways as much as possible.
  • Supervise your children at all times
  • Clean up any mess made in restrooms and showers.
  • Treat campground equipment with care, and replace after use.
  • Always be considerate of other campers. Keep noise to a minimum during the evening hours. Mandatory quiet time at 10:00 PM.
  • Please remember to sign your name on the sign-in sheet when arriving.

Campground FAQ

Do I need to make a reservation for camping?

No, we do not take reservations. You should not have a problem getting a campsite. On arrival, we ask that you simply sign in on the sign up sheet located next to the campground restrooms.

Is there a charge for camping?

No, the WLEOA campground does not charge a fee for its use. We do however request a $10.00 per night donation to cover routine maintenance costs.  Now you can pay online!

Are there electrical hook-ups for my camper or RV?

Yes, the campground does offer electrical service hook-ups.

Are there sanitary dumping stations at the campground?

No, we do not have sanitary dumping stations available. Stations are available at the Bear Lake Campground located just South of Manawa on Hwy 22, and Hartman Creek State Park located West of Waupaca off of Hwy. 54.

Are pets allowed at the campground?

Yes, you pet is welcome to camp with you. We do require you keep your pet on a leash and under your control at all times. Do not allow your pet to run loose, and please clean up after your pet.

Are WLEOA members allowed to bring guests?

Yes, as a WLEOA member, you are allowed to bring guests. You must however be camping with them. No non-members are allowed to camp alone without a WLEOA member present.

Can I plan a group event at the campground?

Yes, we welcome groups to the campground. Many members have birthday parties, anniversary parties, or other events at the campground. You are also welcome to have scouting events or other group camping events at the campground. We ask that you call ahead to arrange a date(s) for larger groups.

Do you have firepits at the campsites?

Yes, each campsite has its own fire pit. In addition we provide firewood free of charge to our campers. This fire wood is cut and stacked each year by many of our hard working volunteers. We ask that you be considerate when using the fire wood, and not take any more than you require. Do not leave fires unattended at any time

Do you have garbage pickup?

Yes, we have garbage pick up for our campers. Recycling is required at the campsite, so if you choose not to separate your garbage into the proper recycle containers please take your garbage with you when you leave.

What Restroom and Shower Facilities are available?

The campground offers men and women’s pit toilet restrooms. We also have men and women’s showers with hot and cold water. Water is available at various outlets throughout the campground as well as a large outdoor sink near the showers for washing dishes Etc.

Other Helpful Information

  • The campground offers refrigerators and charcoal grills for your convenience while staying the campground.
  • We have several verities of sporting equipment at the campground. We provide bicycles, horseshoes, basketballs, volleyballs, softballs, a playground, Etc. We provide inner tubes if you wish to float down the river.
  • Each campsite has its own picnic table. We have a pavilion at the campground with additional picnic tables located there.

WLEOA Mission Statement

"To unify the Wisconsin law enforcement community, promoting law enforcement as a profession, encouraging public and private cooperation, and building community relationships."

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WLEOA
7731 Co. Hwy. II
Hatley, WI 54440

Phone: (715) 454-6587
Email: info@WLEOA.net