Scheffel’s Hideaway Campground is a family-owned campground nestled against hundreds of acres of the Point Beach State Forest. Surrounded by State Forest on two sides and adjacent to a restaurant/pub, locally renowned for its pizza, we offer a wonderful setting to enjoy your camping experience. The campground has been a work in progress since June 2009. We are proud to say that our dream finally became reality Spring 2011.

We can accommodate any type of camping. We offer 63 large campsites, some of which are pull-throughs. All sites have their own water and electric hook-ups, and many sites also have sewer connections. Drive in, plug in, sit back, and enjoy the nature around you. The sites can also be used for tenting. With the State Forest as your backdrop, any site will be the perfect fit. The bathroom/laundry facilities are conveniently located on the grounds. The large showers are individually accessed from outside the buildings to ensure privacy.

Do you find nature walks or bicycle rides enjoyable? This is the perfect place for you. The Rawley Point Bicycle Trail, with its’ endless miles of natural beauty, is adjacent to the campground and easily accessed. You can head north to the Ice Age Trail and the trails at Point Beach State Park or head south to access the Mariner’s Trail and ride along the Lake Michigan shoreline.

Located in beautiful Two Rivers, Wisconsin, we’re just 5 minutes from the Historic Downtown. Here you will find the charm of a small town, with the modern amenities of today.

Your toughest decision will be what weekend to come and stay. Two Rivers may be a quiet small town, but there are events going on all the time. From the annual celebration of the Ice Cream Sundae (the Sundae was born in Two Rivers), the Cool City Classic Car Show, Kites Over Lake Michigan, Carp Festival, Ethnic Fest, and a whole host of other events and festivals.

We are conveniently located 90 minutes north of Milwaukee, 45 minutes east of the Fox Valley, 30 minutes south of Green Bay, and 45 minutes south of Sturgeon Bay and Door County. We’re also only 15 minutes from Manitowoc and the Manitowoc S.S. Badger dock, where you can jump aboard and travel to Ludington, Michigan.  Come and enjoy our magnificent Lake Michigan shore area with its beautiful beaches and forests, museums, wonderful dining opportunities, and local charm.

So, what are you waiting for? If relaxation is what you seek, come for a night or even a week. Grab a calendar and start planning your vacation.

Our normal operating season is April to early November, however, we will normally accommodate stays before and after these dates upon request.

We’ll See You Soon!