The appealing village of Fremont sits on Wolf River, a designated “pristine waterway”, in northeast Wisconsin. Fremont camping and RV resorts are a great destination for watersports (pleasure boating, water skiing, canoeing, and tubing) and recreation (nature and cycling trails, golf courses, a zoo, and local cheese factory), but most people come to Fremont RV Campground for the abundant fish!
As the White Bass Capital of the World, the angling action peaks during the legendary May Madness when Fremont’s small population swells with fishermen. White bass spawn in the Wolf River while anglers catch thousands every day, for 4 to 6 weeks. Fremont camping resorts are at the center of an all-season fisherman’s dream with walleye, lake sturgeon, black bass, channel catfish, flatheads, perch, bluegill, northern pike, and crappie populations. Fremont RV Campground is on the shores of Partridge Lake which also offers excellent fishing in its shallow waters and has a popular public beach for swimming, sunbathing, and picnicking.