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White Birch Campground

Xcel Energy's White Birch Campground is a scenic, secluded site on the shores of the Holcombe River flowage in northern Wisconsin. The 44-lot site is open to Xcel Energy employees (active or retired) and their families and friends throughout our five-state service area from first weekend in May to Oct. 1.

White Birch is an ideal campground and locale for outdoor activities including hiking, swimming, fishing and boating. The area is encircled by a nature trail and features a swimming beach, picnic facilities and children's playground. Other amenities include a garbage disposal station, toilets and showers. A newly renovated cabin is also available to rent. The cabin fits four to six people comfortably and features a large family area complete with a wood-burning fireplace that connects to a finished kitchen. Outside the cabin is a covered seating and dining area, a waterfront view, and dock access.

We invite employees, retirees and their families and friends to visit White Birch Campground soon. It's a perfect place to relax and unwind after a long week of hard work.


White Birch is open from the first weekend in May – Oct.1. Please call for reservations as White Birch cannot accept email reservations at this time.

Make checks payable to White Birch Campground, Inc.

Mailing Address
White Birch Campground
27886 295th Ave.
Holcombe, WI 54745

Additional Information

Camping & Rates

  • $10 per stay/per site non refundable reservation fee 
  • $10 per day/per unit (including utilities)
  • $275 per month including utilities, non-refundable
  • $1,150 per season for site 25-29 and 40-44, including utilities or $1,250 per season for sites 1-3, including utilities
  • $100 cabin deposit and $75 per night with a two night minimum reservation (weekly rate: $450, monthly rate: $1,450)

Rules & Regulations

  • Campers must be Xcel Energy employees (active or retired), or persons accompanied by an Xcel Energy employee (active or retired) who is also camping.
  • Each employee (active or retired) is allowed to reserve four sites for a maximum of 14 days and only two units on each site will be permitted. Note: On holiday weekends, employees (active or retired) are only allowed a maximum of two sites with two units on each site.
  • For monthly sites, each employee (active or retired) is allowed to reserve two sites for a maximum of 30 days with two units on each site.
  • If you are unable to keep your reservation, or if your arrival is delayed, please call the caretaker at 715-595-6371 as soon as possible. Weekend reservations will only be held until 10:00 a.m. on Saturday, unless late arrival is mentioned in your reservation or the caretaker is notified. There will be a charge of $10 if you do not cancel your reservation seven days in advance. This charge must be paid before any future reservations/camping will be permitted.
  • Xcel Energy employees (active or retired) are responsible for their own (and their guests') behavior and actions. Guests cannot camp without an employee (active or retired) at the campground.
  • Any damage resulting from employee (active or retired) or guest negligence will forfeit future use of the park and will require an employee (active or retired) to make restitution for the damage. Further, not following the White Birch rules may result in immediate ejection and/or future forfeiture of campground use.
  • Park in designated areas only. No parking is permitted along roadways or grassy areas within the campground.
  • All campers need to be at least 10 feet apart within each campsite.
  • Camp and swim in designated areas only.
  • Quiet hours start at 11:00 p.m.
  • Please keep toilet facilities clean.
  • Follow correct procedures for dumping camper waste and keeping the area clean.
  • Pets must be leashed and quiet, and their areas must be kept clean.
  • No motorcycle or ATV use is permitted.
  • No motor bikes are allowed.
  • The speed limit is 5 miles per hour.
  • Discharging of firearms, BB guns, or fireworks is NOT permitted.
  • Moor watercraft only in designated areas; no mooring is allowed at the boat landing dock.
  • Please do not cut trees or pull bark off white Birch trees.
  • Build campfires in designated areas only. You cannot relocate fire rings without permission.

Please observe the posted rules of the park. We appreciate your cooperation in following these rules as they're designed to make everyone's stay as pleasant as possible.


  1. From the Twin Cities, drive east to Highway 94 East toward Wisconsin. Take the WI-29/ US-12 exit, Exit 52, toward Chippewa Falls/Green Bay, WI.
  2. Merge into WI-29 East toward Chippewa Falls/Green Bay/Colfax/Elk Mound.
  3. Take the Seymour Cray Sr. Blvd./WI-29 Bus exit, exit 79.
  4. Keep right to take the Seymour Cray Sr. Blvd, ramp. Merge into WI-178/ Seymour Cray Sr. Blvd.
  5. Enter next roundabout and take the 2nd exit onto WI-178. WI-178 becomes WI-27. Turn left onto 295th Ave.
  6. 27886 295th Ave is on the right.
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