Pine View Campground
Location: La Grange, Missouri, USA
# of Basic: 30
# of Electric: 17
# of Electric/Water: 0
# of Sewer/Electric/Water: 95
# of Equestrian Basic: 0
# of Equestrian Electric: 0
# of Cabin Units: 9
# of Walk-in: 14
# of Accessible:
Reservable?: Yes
Firewood?: Yes
Showers?: Yes
Laundry?: Yes
Dump Station?: Yes
Group Camping Area?: Yes
Other Information
Website: Pine View Campground at Fort McCoy
Telephone: 608-388-3517 / 800-531-4703
Map: Pine View Campground

Location & SceneryEdit

Pine View Campground is located on the back side of Fort McCoy Army base, off State Highway 21 between Sparta and Tomah, WI. Squaw lake runs along one side of the campground and the La Crosse River along another. It is operated by the U.S. Army Directorate of Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation (Army MWR).


Mostly full hook-up sites laid out in three main loops, each sharing a bathroom. There are a few walk-in sites near the rear of the grounds and 3 beautiful walk-in sites right along the lake. All of the cabins and yerts have air conditioning and heat.

Nearby AttractionsEdit

Whitetail Ridge ski area is also located on the base as is a reservable paintball field. Along Squaw Lake with a beach with good fishing and canoe and paddleboat rentals. There are also numerous playgrounds and even a mini-golf at the campground.

Reservations and CostEdit

  • Operated by the Army MWR and there are some restrictions to camping eligibility.

Tent & RV sites

  • April 15 through October 15
    • Basic - $20 (Sun. - Thu.); $25 (Fri. & Sat.)
    • Electric - $25 (Sun. - Thu.); $40 (Fri. & Sat.)
    • Electric/Water/Sewer - $30 (Sun. - Thu.); $45 (Fri. & Sat.)
  • October 15 through April 15
    • All Sites - Same as weekday rates


  • April 15 through October 15
    • Duplex/Cabin (1 Br) - $105 (Sun. - Thu.); $120 (Fri. & Sat.)
    • Cabin (2 Br) - $115 (Sun. - Thu.); $130 (Fri. & Sat.)
    • Yurt - $80 (Sun. - Thu.); $95 (Fri. & Sat.)
  • October 15 through April 15
    • All Cabins - Same as weekday rates


July 2008Edit

We camped here in a pop-up camper in site 114 with family at site 103 over the Fourth of July weekend. The campground, restrooms, and showers were all very clean and well maintained and there were multiple playgrounds and a beach for the kids. Since it was the Fourth of July weekend there were also a number of special activities for the kids including arts and craft projects and glow-in-the-dark minigolf. Nearby Sparta, WI had a wonderful fireworks display the evening of the Fourth as well. The only downside were the ever-present biting blackflies, but a good repellent more than took care of that minor problem. --Raukodraug 05:03, 30 June 2009 (UTC)

External LinksEdit

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