Spearhead Point campground prides itself on being family oriented, due to the recreation areas and concession stands that have recently been added to the region. When combined with the boating and swimming opportunities offered here, as well as the educational trails that outline the geology and wildlife seen in the surrounding forests, Spearhead Point stands out as a vibrant, scenic hideaway for overnight guests.
Campers have 15 different sites available to them in Spearhead Point, running either $15 or $18 an evening. Only a few of these sites can be reserved, so make sure there's room before packing up your gear and heading up. A firestop grilling station is offered for each unit, as well as a picnic table. Every site is primitive, meaning no electricity or plumbing is provided. However, what Spearhead Point lacks in site amenities it more than makes up for in activities. Two regularly staffed concession stands offer snacks and candy nearby, while coin-operated showers and public phones can be found just a quick stroll away. Canines are generally more than welcome to stay in the camping areas, provided they refrain from bothering guests and remain on a leash during the trip.
Hiking opportunities at Spearhead Point make it the perfect place to help Fido stretch their legs. The adjacent Ice Age National Scenic Trail is a massive network that stretches for over 1,000 miles as it passes through four different states. The parts of the network seen in and around Spearhead Point are generally paved and easy to traverse, which is all the better for your leashed canine companion.
Avid anglers take note: a small number of these sites come with their own fishing pier or dock! If these specialty amenities interest you, make sure to reach out to the campground offices before your stay. Additionally, all potential campers should note that opportunities for fun outside of Spearhead Point often incur additional costs.
While pets are welcome in Spearhead Point, it's mandatory that they stay clear of all indoor public spaces.