Date of Stay: June, 2006
Very friendly campground. Owners were friendly. Bathrooms were spotless and showers were clean. We thought the sites were big enough but the firepit rings should be closer to your own site. We feared our small fire would ignite the popup camper next to us. We camped near the wooded area so there were only campers next to us. I thought we had decent privacy. The free water tickets are to an old waterpark which we found very dirty and unsanitary conditions. The train is annoying during the day. One day there were over five or six trains in one hour. It even ran a couple times around three in the morning. The pool was heated and clean. A very quiet campground besides the train. We would definitely camp here again. Loved the location to everything in the Dells. A friendly staff is a big plus to us.
Date of Stay: June, 2005
This KOA has a very deceiving website. They claim there is cable tv but when we got there, the owners told us the lines were ripped out. They claim they are a self-contained resort. That is a laugh. There is nothing at this campsite. Their website also shows photos of horseback riding-there is no such thing available. When we got there, the grass was about 6" high. Sites were very sandy. In the morning when you walk to the bathrooms, which were never cleaned, you get wet from the tall grass & drag sand back into your camper. I purposely left a large paper towel on the bathroom counter to check if they'd clean it up. It was there the total 4 days we camped. The tall grass was never mowed while we were there. There were no activities director as they claimed on their website or ice cream socials, bingo, cookouts, potlucks. I complained to the owners that we chose this campground based on their claimed amenities. They just shrugged their shoulders and smiled. On top of all the sand, we ended up with a huge ant problem in our camper. they were everywhere. Other campers complained of the same thing. We do not recommend this campsite.
Date of Stay: June, 2005
We enjoyed this KOA and the Lion Country Safari next to it. It was interesting waking up in the morning and hearing the lions roaring. The camp staff was very friendly helping us find a nice local beach. The bathrooms and showers were clean. The two biggest problems we had were the location. It is so far away from anything. The other was the noisy campers that came in sometime after midnight. There were 2 large travel trailers and diesel engine trucks. The next night the campers were drinking, laughing and talking extremely loud and they let their children run wild all through everybody else's sites. We couldn't find any phone numbers to call management. It was the worse night of sleeping we had the entire week we were on vacation. When we complained to management in the morning, they seemed to know exactly which 2 camp sites we were complaining about yet seemed afraid to approach the people about it. We left that day. We couldn't take another night of that.