Welcome to
The Village of Gratiot, WI
Located on Hwy. 11 and Rt. 78 in Southwest Wisconsin

There's something here for everyone!


Wolf Creek Campground will open soon for the 2018 seasonĀ (weather permitting)
Come back and check this website late March/early April for update

We thank you for visiting us in camping season 2017 and hope that you will come back this year.
Wolf Creek Logo 2014

Located on Hwy 11 and Cnty K
The Wolf Creek Campground was created in 2005 on land donated to the Village by the Gratiot State Bank. Most of the work was done by a group of volunteers led by Bill Anschutz, a Village resident. Conveniently located just off of the Cheese County Recreation Trail and Wisconsin Highway 11, Wolf Creek Campground is a great place for camping, ATV enthusiasts, and fisherman. The Wolf Creek, a trout stream, runs through the Wolf River campground and empties into the Pecatonica River, just North and a little east of town. The Pecatonica is touted for fishing many varieties, and canoeing as well. A foot bridge across the creek is under construction and is expected to be accessible Summer 2014.

Amenities include:

24 campsites with water and electricity

Wolf Creek


10 campsites without electricity
Beautiful new bathroom/shower facility (opened in May 2012)
Three (3) standard size and one (1) handicap accessible showers are available (FREE)
Fire pits with grills (campfires permitted)
Walking bridge to local park, food and drink (new Summer 2014)
Water fill station easy to access
Dump station 1/4 mile
Gas for ATV's one block away
Two playgrounds for children (one in the camping area, one across Wolf Creek)
Picnic Tables
Pets allowed (on leash)

24 Sites with water and electric - $20.00 There are camp envelopes at both entrances to the campground. Fill out the slip attached to the envelope and keep it at your site. There is a clip to put it in. When you leave, put the money in the envelope and drop it into the black drop box slot.
10 Sites without electric - $15.00

A few simple rules:

The Village of Gratiot feels that we have one of the most hassle free areas for camping, and having fun in general. We just ask that you follow a few simple rules.
First come first serve. NO reservations. (If you park your vehicle on a site to hold it, you must still pay the stated fee per night that your vehicle is there without a camper)
Please fill out registration envelope (located on pole) and pay after selecting your campsite (Fees listed above)
Quiet hours after 10:00PM
Drive slow and responsibly in campground. Help protect the children and keep the dust down
No unnecessary driving around campground
Keep ATVs off the grass
Pets must be leashed and picked up after
Pick up your trash. Leave a clean camp site. (Trash containers are for campers only (Violators will be prosecuted)
Not responsible for lost or stolen articles.

Other Area Attractions:

Access to all trails

landings for Pecatonia River

Fishing (Handicap Accessible)

Trout stream (Wolf Creek)

Historic Shullsburg 11 miles

Lafayette County Speedway 14 miles

Yellowstone Lake State Park 19.5 miles

5 nearby golf courses

Mineral Point/Pendarvis 27 miles

Galena, IL 30 miles

House on the Rock/Spring Green 45 miles

Dubuque (2 Casinos, Movie Theater, etc) 40 miles

Gratiot area map

Cheese County Recreation Trail

The Cheese County Recreation Trail runs through Gratiot, parallel to Hwy. 11. Along the trail in Gratiot, you will find the Gratiot BOCO (for food, drink and fuel), the Nixon House (full service restaurant, bar and hotel), the Wolf Creek Campground, the Gratiot Park (pavillion, baseball diamond, playground), and other choices for food and drink. Hop off the trail and get a little R&R in Gratiot.

(The following description is taken from TrailLink by Rails-to-Trails Conservancy.

If you're looking for an invigorating motorized trail experience, the Cheese Country Trail (a.k.a. the Tri-County Trail) will not disappoint. The 47-mile trail meanders through the heart of southwest Wisconsin's Driftless Area, a massive tract of land noted for the rolling hills and rocky outcroppings left untouched by glaciers.
Please click HERE for the full desription and other info.)

Hope you come visit us soon. We'd love to have you!
The Village of Gratiot