39 RV Parks near Lake Delton, Wisconsin
Mar 2017 - $39.00
It was a nice place to stay. Had a shuttle to the casino if your into that thing. They also had some music later at night in the pavilion. If your looking for relaxing quiet this might not be the place. - Ian Sherren
Sep 2016 - $36.00
Well-maintained, quiet park; catering to the over-55 age group and their pets. Roomy, gravel sites. Nice, clean laundry room. Open grassy areas and a nature trail for dogs and their owners. Close to Wal-Mart and the Dells, yet has a quiet country atmosphere. We would definitely stay here again if in the area. - FranM
Aug 2016 - $36.00
We stayed for an overnight in a 39'coach with toad. Very close to I-94/90 with easy access but no road noise. Very friendly owners who were easy to get along with even though we arrived about 9PM. They directed us straight to the site and just told us to come to the office in the morning and pay. Our site was fairly level and a tree blocked our satellite. However, lots of channels on TV. Some sites were less level. Decent spacing, but not great. Full hookups and the water tasted fine. Good ATT and Verizon reception. This location advertises as an adult park, with no amenities for the kids. Kids are expected to be kept on a tight leash and they would just as soon campers with kids look to the Yogi Bear type parks which are in abundance in the area. Works for me! Adult does not mean get crazy wild and drunk. Very well maintained. I watched the owner mow the same area 3 times, and it didn't need mowing to begin with. We will definitely visit again and would gladly utilize this for either a base for local exploration or as an overnight. - CharlieS
Aug 2016 - $129.00
What a zoo this place is. The pool and hot tub were totally occupied and full of kids. I understand it's children oriented, so if you are adults with no kids, stay away.
No cable and the WiFi Is worthless. The sites are very crowded. At night there were a lot of noisy parties going on into the middle of the night. Not for us, but others may like it.
Avoid the Red Carpet scam. It was all that was left. Was $129.00 per night and all you got were two free drinks, free putt putt on a mini course full of mud that looks like it hasn't been used in years. Fool me once, shame on you... - Bobk816
Jul 2016 - $59.00
Kind of expensive even with the Passport America discount. Kind of geared towards families with small children. We stayed for a couple of days during the week. Very convenient to the Dells attractions downtown. Never tried the WiFi, but my Verizon MiFi had plenty of bars and worked great for my Internet needs. Our site was unlevel and had I not had an auto-level would have requested another site! A tree branch kept me from trying to raise my TV antenna, but I wasn't here to watch TV anyways, no way I could get satellite access with the tree cover at my site. I was very careful and had no issues getting into my spot, but this campground is not really big rig friendly. Narrow roads and tree branches barely taller than 13'6" in many spots. - dmkimm
Jun 2016 - $89.00
We camped here with our grandkids about two years ago. We returned with the them again and found the campground to be slightly older and in need of repair. Specifically the restrooms are showing their age and, in my opinion they need a complete redo. On the plus side the sites are spaced out nicely and all utilites worked fine. Previously there were a lot of kid oriented games and activities, not so much this time. The main pool was fine the kiddie pool was not open when we arrived and when they did open the area the water was much too cold. - ANDYO1
Aug 2016 - $60.00
When you make your reservations online, you pick your site. They all look the same on the little map so we just randomly chose something that was available. When we got here, we couldn't fit our camper on the site. Our slide hit the awning of the RV behind us and our awning hit the slide of the RV in front of us. Fortunately there was a site available infront of a 5th wheel that wasn't using their awning. All of the full hook up sites are SO close together though. The fire ring for the campsite behind us was under our slide and the hook ups end up under the awning of the person behind you on every site. Even though we had a pull through, we could not pull out because the camper in front of us was so close we had to swing way out and pull into the campsite across from us. However, they parked their truck nearly in the street (because there is nowhere else to park it) and we couldn't use that room. We had to back out of the site and down the street to get out at the end of our stay.
That being said, if you don't need full hook up, the water and electric sites are very spacious. We would definitely stay here again and get a water and electric only site and dump our sewer later. I have no idea why the sites for the bigger rigs would be the smallest sites. Their pool is nice and tickets for Noah's Ark Water Park (which was just amazing) are included in the rate. The campground is clean and the staff is nice. The campground is easy to find and navigate through (with the exception of the full hook up sites).
You can go to the waterpark as many times as you want for as long as you are staying in the campground and you leave the wristband on. - mattifer
Jul 2016 - $67.00
First off, the campground location is fantastic: right in the middle of the water park area of the Dells. We walked across the street to Mt. Olympus. And the front desk was staffed when we arrived and left; they were friendly enough. I'm straining to find nice things to say otherwise, because overall it wasn't very pleasant. The sites were not remotely level; we didn't try to level, but I suspect it would not have been possible. I can certainly imagine worse bathrooms/showers, so I don't want to give in to hyperbole, but I haven't yet experienced them. They were pretty dirty & cramped. AND you have to pay for the showers. We were only here one night, so we didn't really explore the facilities otherwise. It wasn't hell on earth, but I would look for a different place on a return visit to the Dells. - Spiffe
Jun 2016 - $60.00
You should stay at this park for the location and the free tickets to Noah's Ark. Although the staff were wonderful and there was frequent patrol of the staff, the grounds are very old and in need of much care. This is all eased by the fact that you can walk to the water-parks and that you get four free tickets...any additional tickets can be purchased in their office for half off, and the tickets are good for every day that you stay in their RV park...it is such a deal! We were placed in a site up by the office and pool, and after driving through the park, I would suggest the same. The roads are a bit tight, but we maneuvered just fine in a 38-footer. They have a pool and full hook-ups. - barrygoodtimes
Aug 2015 - $50.00
Calling this a RV park is a real stretch of the definition. The first site we were assigned was next to a motel building. We would not be able to open our slides on one side (too close to the neighbors) and we would not be able to deploy our awning (it would have hit the building).
We found an open site and returned to the office. They finally agreed to let us have that site. Very poor communications and no knowledge of RVs. There were RVs parked side by side with very little room on black top parking lots...the cheaper sites.
Utilities worked fine. We were there for 3 nights (advance reservations).
Parking and entry to the Mt. Olympus water park were included in the price of the RV site charge but the advertising on the website was very misleading advertising $29. RV sites. When we made reservations and the 3 days came to $150. I questioned the difference and was told "fees".
We would not stay here again. - D Curf
Aug 2014 - $82.00
OK park for $82/Night -- we vacationed here with our 3 teen-age children. You get into Mt. Olympus for every person/everyday that you stay with Mt. Olympus Camp resort -- which is an awesome park to go to, along with a parking permit to actually park in the parking lot. It has a full hook-up option for campers (which was nice), and partial shade for most campers. We used the restrooms and showers which were nice and clean. There is no pool at this campground (which would have been nice for after you are done having fun at Mt. Olympus), Internet is pretty much nonexistent in the campground (unless you actually go to the hotel check-in). Parking spots for campers are pretty close together - not a lot of space between campers. I think we would stay here again, but know now which spot(s) we would pick if we came back. - Close to Home Mom
Aug 2014 - $125.00
To call this a "camp resort" is very misleading, it is a parking lot and nothing more. My experience is only with the blacktop sites - they are all back-in only (that we saw), not well marked, were full hookup, and very much right on top of each other. Awnings were inches from the neighbor's slides, and due to the tow vehicle parking area some sites are very difficult to get into with larger equipment. Reservations were not easy to make as the price and information changed every time we called within a 2-3 hour period. The operators don't know much about the camping area at all. I recommend comparing the per-person cost of the Mount Olympus park vs a night at the camp resort which includes park access for the two days. See which is cheaper, buy that, then stay somewhere else! If you just need a parking lot with full hookups, this is it. If you want a campground, stay elsewhere. We got a refund and left. - OnDaRox
Jul 2011 - $65.00
This campground has been bought by Mount Olympus and is part of their hotel chain. Good for us looking to have fun at the Dell for a reasonable price! Tickets to Mount Olympus amusement and water parks are included in your camping fee. The further out you book the less the camping rates are. I have updated the web address and reservation number. As far as the campground goes it is now called, Zeus’ Village and Camp Resort. It serves it purpose as a base to explore the Dells, and to save money on Mt. Olympus tickets. If you are looking for a great “campy” style campground this is not it. It has a nice pool that the kids enjoyed, a sand volleyball court, and some swings. Some of the camp sites were tight, but all are FHU. They had some pull-throughs which were obviously bigger. I checked out the bathroom and it had 3 showers but only 1 toilet. I don’t think that was enough for the campground. There might have been some in the hotel but I didn’t check it out. The campground was clean but more utilitarian than as a destination in itself. If you’re looking to get the most for your money at the Dells you can’t beat these prices and all you get at the Mt. Olympus parks. We will definitely be back. - Ejark
Sep 2010 - $25.00
We paid $25 per night which was supposed to be the Passport America rate according to the woman at the front desk. I suspect that the rate changes given the time of day. This is a huge parking lot style RV park with very fast WiFi and a good CATV system and no personality. The grounds were clean and quiet. The only restroom facilities were near the rear of the property. There wasn't much noise from roadways or the nearby go cart speedway as it was past the "season". - Bookwormonwheels
Jul 2010 - $39.00
I rated this campground a "1" because I didn't have the option of rating it "0." We were first given a site in which we could not fit. They gave us a listing of available sites and we chose one. I would not take a motorhome into this campground. The majority of the sites were too short with many overhanging trees. The sites were very uneven, we backed up to a electrical pole and trees, and we used every board we had to level. The last evening we were there, during a severe thunderstorm, the tents, pop-ups, and trailers in front of us were completely flooded. People evacuated during the evening, and the hotel would not even give them a complimentary room for the night. One family of 5 spent the night in the hotel lobby. I would not recommend this campground to anyone! - RV Fun
Nov 2016 - $44.00
The layout of the campground is such that the restroom/shower buildings are easily accessible from your campsite, but not immediately adjacent. One restroom/shower building serves about 15 campsites. They have 2 each 2 shower stalls, sinks, and toilets. Push button/auto shut off showers so- you gotta keep pushing to get more water. We've camped here 8 seasons now [family reunion getaway occupying 7 sites] and sad this this year they removed the paper towels [only air dryers] as we used them to clean up our area around the sinks when done. Now they stay messy longer as they're cleaned only once per day. Each stall is private with locking door and large enough to use to dry off. There is 1 hook on the inside of door but now where else [wish there were more] also there is a long bench just outside of the shower stalls which is handy but no shelves for your stuff. Reasonably priced park considering it's near the tourist vacation destination area.. All campsites have gravel pads but the interior roadways are paved. Sites are very roomy with lots of vegetation between sites for privacy and all among many trees for welcomed shade during hot summer months. Some sites are dry camp others are electric only no sewer hookups, but there is a dump and potable water fill station near park entrance. Also water spigots are in every loop and is no problem getting water. - dido
Aug 2016 - $44.00
What the other reviews said is true, but if you are not a resident of WI, or dont have a state park sticker you'll have to pay extra for it.
Value is just OK at $44 a night which is what we paid having to get a sticker.
We just stayed overnight, for a longer stay it would be better.
Lots of low hanging branches you'll have to dodge while driving in and the sites are tight for larger rigs.
Pluses are it's very nice once you get in, and quiet. - konehd
Jun 2014 - $20.00
Easy to get to and nice looking park. There are miles of hiking and biking trails. Roads are blacktop but have to watch for low hanging trees. We stayed in the Cliffwood Campground. Sites are deep, level and well spaced. Lots of vegetation between our site and adjacent sites. Did not use the restrooms. The dump station was easy to get in and out of with one dump site and one fresh water fill point. Did not use the beach but there is one and boat and kayak rentals. Hiking trails were well maintained. Would have rated higher but had to watch for low branches go to campsite and again leaving. - Blu1e
Sep 2016 - $40.00
The roads are are very narrow and very windy. They have a very steep hill you have to get up. I don't think this park is made for large 5th wheels. The curves are very sharp. We won't be staying here again due to the roads. - Lmunig
Aug 2016 - $40.00
Roads are narrow and there is a very steep hill to the sites at the back. Staff was pleasant and suggested we take our car off our tow before making our way to our rear campsite. It was a good suggestion since we had tight turns all the way. Our 45' w/tow just barely fit into the pull-thru they assigned us with tight quarters for car parking. Lots of ruts at the edges of sites that filled with water during a couple heavy rains. We may have been able to pull in but had to remove trailer from the back of the rig to back out of our site to leave. There was a small maple right near the front left of the site that prevented us from pulling forward to leave. Sites were close together and it was moderately loud at night. - monamonaco
Jul 2016 - $1.00
You need to go up a rather windy hill and come back down to get to the upper number sites. Roads aren't very wide. - rose1234
Jul 2009 - $30.00
Office/laundry/bathrooms & swimming pool are all brand new and excellent. Campground has only about 10 pull throughs in front and they are gravel and spotty grass. We saw LOTs of tent sites in the back which is quite wooded. You might be able to get a small rig back there. There was a group tenting back there with loud music but they stopped at 10pm, the quiet hour. $30 cash only was overpriced for a night's stay not using any of the campground facilities I thought. - big greg
Jul 2007 - $20.00
Not a bad little place. The interior roads are fair, mostly gravel. Watch the speed bumps coming in, they are really high. The sites are grass with shared hookups. Lots of shade trees, but they need to be trimmed so us big rigs can get in a little easier. The restrooms are old, but clean, the same can be said for the pool. The laundry is in the basement and pretty dirty, we went into town to do ours. The office seems to only be open on the weekends, but the owners are on site (in the "House"), and very eager to please. We would stay here again,at $20 a night, this is a real bargain for this area. - kathiecarlson
Sep 2016 - $40.00
I really like the KOA website and online reservation system. I wish all campgrounds were as easy to reserve. This particular KOA is a clean, well-run KOA with a swimming pool, arcade game room, mini-mart, friendly staff and excellent service. They even guided us to our site. You don't have to unhook your toad at the office area but there's plenty of room there if you want to. The WiFi worked great (the best I've seen at a campground) but the park was nearly empty so that probably helped. Location is perfect - close to everything. Verizon cell worked fine. Sprint MiFi worked fine (but we didn't need it). We could not get DirecTV due to tree cover. There are train tracks close by but it didn't bother us. We never heard a train whistle just some rumbling on the tracks if we were outside. We would definitely stay here again if visiting the area. - GottaGoNow
Aug 2016 - $64.00
Very friendly staff, nice pool and splash pad area. Close to railway tracks but only a couple of trains a day. Close to all the amenities that Wisconsin Dells has to offer. - GerryB
Jun 2016 - $28.00
Just departed from Wisconsin Dells KOA. It's on a hillside 5 minutes from town, beautiful with lots of trees and spacious sites by KOA standards--the big rig pull-through sites are gravel, probably 75' long, and each has ample grass. Satellite can be problematic on most sites. Excellent WiFi. Roads are paved. We don't often use KOA, but a weekend $54 special for 2 nights could not be ignored! Quiet in big rig area up top. - ragtop45
Aug 2016 - $58.00
Campground was quiet during our 5 night stay (we were there visiting relatives in the Dells, Maxomanie and Madison areas). Laundry only has 2 washers (in good condition). Three working dryers but 1 was a clunker. Water seemed to be seeping up from the tile floor so beware if your clean laundry falls out of the dryers. Wi-Fi only works at the pavilion area. Satellite service was good. Would have rated them much higher but they need to do some serious tree trimming. My heretofore unscratched motorhome now has very long scratches along both sides and the top because of tree limbs. No way to avoid them when leaving the park. Would not stay there again specifically for this reason. Hard to patch up full body paint and scratched decals. - ParrotMom
May 2016 - $40.00
Lovely place to stay off-season during the week (early May). Trees, level campsites reasonably distant from each other. - OmakMary
Jul 2015 - $50.00
Nice campground in the Wisconsin Dells area. It is about 5 minutes off of I90/I94.
Campground had a lot of tall mature pine trees and was very quiet as we stayed during the week. We had a full hookup site that was very nice.
We would probably stay here again when in the area as it seems the other campgrounds in the area are not that nice and the sites tend to be smaller.
Everything was in good working order and they had a game room and a swimming pool. - PackerFanRick