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About Green Acres Family Campground in New Auburn, WI

Kevin and Angie Pratt

Owned by Kevin and Angie Pratt

Kevin and Angie Pratt grew up in Ladysmith, Wisconsin across the tracks from each other — one on the east side, the other on the west side. Fate brought them together in 1985, and they married in 1987. They built a life together in Ladysmith as they raised three sons, Adam, Jacob, and Mikel. Kevin has been an owner and operator of Pratt Trucking for over 30 years and is just about ready to hang up his trucking boots to retire into the campground industry. Angie is an RN and works for Hospital Sisters Health System (HSHS).

The Pratt family has been avid campers for years. In 2011, they decided to give back a little of what they were able to capture and enjoy as a family through the years: good times, laughter, campfire stories, and fond memories of togetherness. Kevin, Angie, and the boys looked at thousands of acres to find the perfect property to transform. With a vision and dream at hand, they have found their ideal slice of heaven in New Auburn, WI.

Mission Statement

To be a destination family campground where good times happen and amazing memories are created and treasured for a lifetime!

Business Philosophy

To soar with entrepreneurial spirit and offer family vacationing at a budget-friendly price while building strong relationships through excellent customer service and respect for all people.

Plans for the Future

Phase I construction in the south field is complete and very active. The family expanded their campground during Phase II, constructing a fenced in man-made pond with surrounding beach. With the help of their seasonal campers, they created a patio area and added a pavilion enhancing it with a community fire pit. They continued to grow out into and area known as the west field, adding 24 additional seasonal campsites. Feeling the need for more growth, Kevin and Angie added another 16 seasonal campsites, and they are far from finished folks! They would like to complete the Phase II build in the coming years so they can begin Phase III construction in the north field as capacity dictates growth.