Brunet Island State Park RV & Campground Guide


Located between the communities of Holcombe and Cobban, Wisconsin, Brunet Island State Park is known for its many white-tailed deer and thickets of hemlock trees. The park is split between two areas: the 169-acre island in the middle of the Chippewa River and the other 1,225 acres on the eastern bank. The park's namesake, Jean Brunet, was crucial in developing the upper Chippewa River communities in the early 1800s. His influence is still felt today. 

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Spring 18-69 F
Summer 53-82 F
Fall 24-71 F
Winter 0-41 F
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RV Resorts & Campsites in Brunet Island State Park

An RV is a great way to see the United States. With all the comforts of home in a small place, it's a fantastic way to travel in comfort. If an RV is the one thing you're missing, be sure to look at the RV rentals all around Jean Brunet Island State Park.

O'Neil Creek Campground

For those looking for a campground with a little of everything, O'Neil Creek Campground is the place to be. Here, you can go fishing, swimming, or even tubing. Besides a general store to restock necessary camping supplies, O'Neil Creek has 20-, 30-, or 50-amp hookup sites, back-in RV spaces, and a dump station. Other amenities include showers, water, and electric hookups. Rates range from $37 to $200 a night.

Wisconsin Dells KOA Campground

Located near the Wisconsin River, Wisconsin Dells KOA Campground is the place to relax by the water. Activities include boat tours and hiking. Each spot comes with a 50-amp hookup, Wi-Fi, and cable TV. The campground offers a pool, a community kitchen, and bike rentals.

Fox Hill RV Park

Fox Hill RV Park sits on 60 acres in the Wisconsin Dells, so nature is always at your doorstep. Fox Hill offers 20-, 30-, or 50-amp hookup sites and water and electric. Those looking for a little fun should check out the pool, snack bar, and game room. Rates range from $46 to $68 a night.

Blue Top Resort

Blue Top Resort is great for families with a quiet atmosphere and comfortably shaded campsites. There is a swimming pool, a playground, and a volleyball court for those looking to keep active on their RV trips. Water and electric are available. There is also a combined laundry and bathhouse for guests' convenience. Rates range from $34 to $52 per night.

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What to Do at
Brunet Island State Park

Inside Brunet Island State Park

Since Brunet Island State Park is situated on almost 1,300 acres of land, there is an almost endless supply of wilderness to uncover. Go canoeing around the many blue lagoons, or go fishing. Swimming is a common activity along with wildlife watching. For the hikers, there is the Old Abe State Trail, which stretches all the way to Chippewa. On the quiet side is the Jean Brunet Nature Trail, where various animals and plants are visible. 

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How to Get to
Brunet Island State Park

Brunet Island State Park is located in northwest Wisconsin. Head northwest on I-94 W. Take exit 70 to merge onto US-53 N toward Eau Claire/Superior. Take exit 95 A to merge onto WI-29 E/WI-29 Trunk E toward Green Bay. Take exit 79 towards Chippewa Falls/WI-29 BUS/WI-178. Keep right at the fork, follow signs for Seymour Cray Sr Boulevard, and merge onto WI-178 Trunk N/Seymour Cray Sr Blvd. At the traffic circle, take the second exit onto WI-178 Trunk, and merge onto S Riverside Dr. Continue onto Bridge St. Turn left onto Park Rd, and, then, turn left onto 255th St. The park is on the right. 

Entering Brunet Island State Park

The park is open all year from 6:00 a.m. until 11:00 p.m. A vehicle admission sticker is required.

Brunet Island State Park Per vehicle with WI plates : $8.0

Brunet Island State Park Per vehicle with WI plates owned by a resident aged 65 or older : $3.0

Brunet Island State Park Per vehicle with out-of-state plates : $11.0

You'll make memories that last a lifetime when you take an RV adventure to Brunet Island State Park. If you don't have an RV of your own, rent one with RVshare! If you share your trip photos on social media, be sure to tag us, or send them to [email protected] for a chance to be featured on our blog.