Campground Visitor Guide
Drummond is nestled in the heart of Chequamegon National Forest in Bayfield County in the northwest corner of Wisconsin. The Drummond area offers lots of fun outdoor activities for families to enjoy all year around from fishing, hunting, boating, camping, biking, swimming, snowmobiling, ATVs, cross-country skiing, hiking and much more. Surrounding Drummond in the national forest are many beautiful lakes, streams and trails which are all available to the public.
There is also several restaurants in Drummond, a post office, bank and the Bear Country convenience store & gas station where you can rent boats, buy fishing & outdoor supplies, ATM, firewood, food, beverages and much more. The Drummond Library across from the Drummond Lake RV Campground has wi-fi and is home to the Drummond Historical Museum. Just down the hill from the campground is Drummond Park which includes a beach, swimming and the Drummond Lake boat landing. There is also a non-denominational house of worship, called The Oaks, at the southwest corner of Drummond along Hwy 63 that offers Sunday evening services to all. See also the Town of Drummond website for more information about the Drummond area.
- Black Bear Inn (715) 739-6313
- Uncle Ryno’s Restaurant & Lounge (715) 739-6238
- MJ’s Mill Pond (715) 739-6900