36 Parks near Lyndon Station, Wisconsin
May 2013 - $40.00
This campground is about 5 miles from the Wisconsin Dells right along a very active train line. Although the trains come through every hour or so, after awhile you forget about them until the 12:05 am one! While they say they have sewer, water, electric sites, there are only three available, all the rest are seasonal. So all the rest have to use the dump station for an extra $5.00. Why they don't build the $5 into the daily rate is confusing. Also, they charge $10 for vistors, all vistors, large & small. This campground has had the current owner for 9 years. There have been a couple of improvments made, such as a very nice swimming pool and beverage center (bar) and the paving of the main circle drive. The trees along the main circle have not been trimmed and dragged along the roof and the sides of our motorhome all the way around, I was told that they are going to trim them soon. More work is needed in the bath house. The showers have great pressure and lots of hot water but are old and grimy. Floor is bare concrete and uneven. Sites are all on grass covered stones. We stayed on Memorial Day weekend, the week leading up to it, this area had quite a bit of rain and our sites and most others were soft and muddy. Lots of trees so if you have a satellite you may have to work to get a good signal. We will not go back since there are lots of other campgrounds in the area. - Sugar's Dad
Aug 2012 - $39.00
I had to double-check to make sure this was the same park that got 9's in 2009 and 2006. Good grief. $39 for a mud site, bad-tasting water, no Wi-Fi, no cable, no sewer at pull-through sites, $5 dump fee, and an hourly freight train whistle blast from 6:30 am until 10 at night. Trees need trimming for big rig access. Definitely won't stay here again. - OliveOil
Jul 2009 - $39.00
We just had a very enjoyable stay at this campground. The owners seem to take pride in the grounds and are very friendly. We have 2 labs and they enjoyed themselves while at our site and walking around the campground. A couple of state parks are nearby for trail walking. We saw people fishing in the pond and there is watercraft available for the lake. The pool looked very nice, although we did not use it. The showers had hot water immediately. We plan on definitely camping here again! - campingwithourlabs
Aug 2011 - $45.00
This place is almost entirely seasonal campers, with the regulars zipping around on golf carts, beer cans in hand, and us "outsiders" crammed in a dusty row and forced to wear wristbands to identify ourselves. And even though River Bay is miles from the off ramp, it's still very near the interstate so there's a lot of highway noise. For us, it was a disappointment and we got a refund for the second night and left early. They were nice about that. There were a lot of seasonal campers, so the park must be doing something right. But for us full-time RVers, it didn't work. - chrisdensmore
May 2011 - $44.00
We rented a buddy site that was to provide space for two families at $44/night each; a total of $88/night for the site. The space was entirely too small. With one 32' motorhome, a tent and two vehicles we could barely walk around. Branches were not cut back so we had had to do our own cutting or risk scraping our motorhome. The sites were on top of each other and the entire campground was packed. Lots of young adults, loud radios, horns honking and a raceway close enough that you got to hear the stock car races as if you were there. Additionally, there were young teens racing around on golf carts making the roads treacherous. Lastly, there was karaoke every night at the Tiki bar. Quiet hours are supposed to be at 11:00pm, however they played late every night. In fact, on our last night, a staff member came around to "ask" us if it was OK if they continued until 2:00am, breaking their own quiet hour rule. When we communicated that we had small children and that they would have a hard time sleeping he said, "Well, just come over if it's too loud." It was entirely obvious he didn't really care and wasn't really asking, but rather informing us of his decision to bend the camp rules to benefit him. It was so noisy that we could not talk to each other around the campfire without seriously raising our voices. The campground is mainly seasonal and year round residents. Lots of trailers with built on sun rooms and decks. Pool was clean, showers were marginally clean. Customer service was adequate. They did show us to our site. There is a nice park for the kids. We will not stay here again. - Happytrailsgal
Jul 2010 - $45.00
This park was awful. It's not big rig friendly. Park staff had to come out and cut tree limbs so that we could get out. No TV reception and no cable TV. Tents were parked on top of each other. People walked freely through our campsite. The only good thing was the sunset cruise on Saturday. It lasted well over three hours for a cost of $15.00. We would not come here again. - kaydbug
May 2016 - $25.00
We stayed under our Encore discount. This is a nice place, but has n sewer. There is a dump station. W/E only, although we had 50 amp. We were able to get satellite and good Verizon. A bit of a drive to Wisconsin Dells, but doable. The staff were very friendly and helpful. They have a fresh doughnuts on Fri, Sat, Sun which were very good. There is a fish fry on Sat. evening which was very good, with choice of fish or shrimp. There is a swimming pool, fishing pond, and miniature golf. Playground for kids. We would stay here again when in the area. - Deniselg53
Jun 2014 - $44.00
This is a clean, family-friendly, rustic park within 10 minutes of Wisconsin Dells attractions. It is suitable for big rigs, but pre-plan your route through the park to avoid getting in tight situations. Sites are spacious and level. The heated pool, kiddie splash pad, playground and mini-golf made it a nice place to bring the grandkids. - USA-RVNomads
Jun 2013 - $28.00
Extremely tight sites. I had a drive through and had to thread the needle to fit between the trees. They had a lot of rain and the dirt/sand roads were muddy to the point I was worried about getting stuck while attempting to negotiate the turns. A park model,had fallen partially into a sink hole and stayed there! Nice office and very friendly staff. They were over booked and in a lather over fitting people in. Will not stay here again! - Rsunde
N2884 28th Ave Lyndon Station, Wisconsin 53944 (map) | (608) 666-2040
Sites: 128 | Latest Rate: $30.00 | 4 Reviews
Jul 2016 - $30.00
What a nice place to stay. The spaces are not close and there is a fire pit (really nice one), and a really nice picnic table. It's paved and the pull through was long. We received a key card for the rest rooms and pool at the hotel. Frequent security came through. Lots of green grass and places to walk the dog. I would give them a 10 if there was a fenced dog area. The Casino is very nice and their buffet is a great bargain. - Newbet
Jul 2016 - $11.00
NEW NAME, now called HO CHUNK RV CAMPING RESORT. Big beautiful sites, boat launch to WI River, great hiking and golf cart trails. Nice clean pool. Very limited amount of items in the camp store currently. They have been redoing things. Under new management. Owned by the HO CHUNK NATION. - Wi/Fl Van
May 2014 - $48.00
It was Memorial Day weekend, the pool was not even ready to be opened, the store was hardly ever open, there was trash all around by the play grounds. Needs better managers, past GREAT Managers retired. Beautiful sites and access to the WI River. - Wi/Fl Van
Aug 2016 - $38.00
Had full hookup site and were pleased except that the sewer hookup was not in a good spot for our camper. Park was very clean and quiet. Staff was friendly and helpful. Didn't use the camp store but looked nice. Will stay here again if the opportunity arises. - NINA W
Aug 2016 - $41.00
We had a reservation for a long time before we arrived. The site was pull through, but we were unable to level the coach as the site slanted upward toward the front of the coach. Staff were responsive, giving us another spot. The amenities were nice, especially the pool, but much of it closed ( restaurant, bar, office, store) after the weekend. We were unable to connect with our satellite tv, there were only a few local channels. There was no cable and wifi was very iffy. Normally this would not bother us, but the olympics were on. There was only 30 amp at our site. We did not see any sites with 50 amp. - Fitzcat
May 2016 - $31.00
This was an off season stay, but the sites are decent, not state park standards, but a place to stay while visiting the Dells, Baraboo and the surrounding area. There is a pool, not open and a large permanent group, separated from us wanderers. Sites are full hookup, gravel and most are level. There is a bar, small store and restaurant on site. There is a 12'2" bridge before the campground. Would we stay here again, possibly in the off season, but not in season. - stetwood
Sep 2016 - $51.00
This was the most expensive campground of any we stayed in over a two week trip. We found it in a large advertisement in a Wisconsin campground book from a visitor center. We hadn't read any reviews since our stop was spur of the oment and we had no mobile data service to research. Had we, this might not have been a place we'd stop. Most definitely this is a place for children's entertainment and is more than 50% seasonal folks. Most of the children's stuff seemed shut down for the season. We were placed in a short spot by the bathhouse. The sites are so close, the house, yes house, window behind us looked directly into our back window, just a few feet away. No privacy at all. We were put on the edge of the seasonal section and the folks who are there don't stick to the park's quiet hours. I'm not talking kids, but adults who talked and laughed loudly until midnight at least. We heard a train a few times. Luckily, there were no auto races being run nearby or no telling how late quiet hours might have begun. But, in the morning light, I realized they'd placed us on a site near the bathhouse for our convenience. The bathhouse was quite nice and clean. Our short motorhome did fit on the short gravel/dirt site. We had full hookups and cable TV, though a good portion of the stations still came in snowy, not all watchable. The interior roads, though bumpy and dirt, accommodated our small rig just fine. I like the security gate system as well. I think we might have found something flatter and less oriented toward children had we planned better but the folks here treated us well and were very friendly and kind. Their campground is clean and certainly has every kind of entertainment to be had for families with little ones - in season, of course. The fact that we were near the center of the Dells with easy access in made the location a good one as well. This was an ok stop. - khorne
Sep 2013 - $30.00
Rate is for full hook-ups. Tidy park with large sites and easy big rig access. We arrived fairly late in the afternoon on a weekday during the off season so the office was closed, but there was an intercom to access the office, which quickly provided someone to check us in. The lady who assisted us was very friendly, we were given a lovely site and enjoyed a walk of the grounds. While a number of the amenities were closed, it was apparent this park has lots of activities to amuse families during the regular season and we were told if we wanted to use anything, just to ask and it would be opened for us. Prior reviews have complained about noise from a nearby racetrack but we didn't find it to be a problem. We would stay here again without hesitation. - Pec50
Jul 2011 - $35.00
Check-in was a breeze with the very helpful staff. They helped us park our 42 ft. rig in a lovely back-in site. Loads of trees and privacy: quite pastoral. They pick up trash at your site twice a day: good! The pool is quite nice and the library quite good, though it was located in a dark room used for movies. The only real detractor here is the very loud racetrack next door. Seems there are no noise restrictions, and there surely should be. Not the campground's fault though, but it's hard to believe they get much repeat business. Roads are pretty narrow, though, and some sites look rather overloaded. Overall, a nice place despite the noisy neighbors! - Brunolove
Jun 2016 - $26.00
The things that makes this place great start with the pool area. It is one of the nicest outdoor pool areas I have ever been in. It was clean and consisted of two areas. One that was a deep pool for jumping in and one that was shallow to allow kids a place to play. The site we had was OK; I have been in a better site as far as a level place to park . I will mention that a large portion of this campground are for seasonals. Though all of the seasonal campers were all friendly.
The campground also have a lot of activities but most of them are pay to play. Mini golf, shuffle board, and many of the scheduled events also have a price tag attached such as the morning Zumba. They have some free events as well such a wagon ride that they call a hay ride and on the weekends they play a family movie on the outdoor screen they have.
The showers and the bathrooms were clean. The showers are pay to use but at 25 cents for 5 minutes are fairly reasonable. They also have a game room with video games, pool table and air hockey. This is also located in the camp store that has all kinds of stuff.
They also have a soccer field, a beach volleyball setup, basketball courts, tennis courts, horseshoe pits, and a playground. The playground is very dated and would be one of the huge negatives to this place. Several of the pieces are in need of upgrades that include the climbing thing and the spinning merry go round. The merry go round barley spins even with an adult pushing.
Overall I have stayed in other parks that offer the activities free to people staying on site and don't charge for everything. They also generally have more updated playgrounds. Still they have a great pool area, friendly staff, and decent sites even if the pads are gravel and not always the most level. Still don't think any of those things would make you not want to stay here. - Schultefam
Jul 2015 - $30.00
This is another campground that stretches the term "resort".....and they even charge a "resort fee" of $4 for every night's stay! On top of that, showers cost 25 cents for 5 minutes! The majority of the many sites are seasonals, but most of them are nicely kept. We knew our site would only have electricity and water for the PA rate, but when we got to our assigned site, the power box was at least 50 feet away! When we looked around, we noticed that all of the utilities were randomly placed, and most were not at all convenient. There were only a few sites that could accommodate us, and our unit is only 33 feet. Many are not level. All of the power boxes are shared. They let us move, but I would hate to be there on a weekend when there were no other choices of sites. If you reserve a site here, be prepared to use extension cords and/or multiple hoses. The wooded area is attractive, and the pools look nice. The people across from us had booked through Thousand Trails, and supposedly had a sewer site, but theirs did not. There were no other sites with sewer, so they left. I saw another reviewer on TripAdvisor tell the same story. Almost all the sewer sites are for permanents. - mom2wildlife
Jun 2014 - $30.00
The good stuff - - Clean, nice and quiet except for some trains and a race track, pool area like brand new. Staff was great and helpful and washer/dryer worked perfect, close to the water parks. Shop sold milk, beer and other things, little pricey but ok selection, seasonal's very friendly. The bad stuff - - WiFi Internet was a joke. I prefer not working internet instead of extremely slow internet. Staff agreed but could not do anything. Verizon LTE works perfect though but more expensive. Water was very rusty so bring some extra filters. Occasional sewer smell but not often - BasilFawlty
Aug 2016 - $61.00
Big rig friendly with level sites. We stayed in new part that had full hookups because most of the campground does not have sewer. No problem using our satellite. No dog park but lots of campground to walk dog. Showers and laundry were good. Swimming pool was good but was located beside bar and open to public. This made it very crowded on weekends. Campground was crowded and very noisy on weekends. Nice campground if you want to party. - Fulltimersrv
May 2010 - $42.00
This is an adults only campground. We had a great time here! At the bar parking lot, there was a car show on Saturday and Sunday. Saturday nights car show was exceptional; because bikes, cars and trucks were all doing smokey burn-outs for over 3 hours with a crowd of over 500 people! The host was very nice and very hospitable. We had a pull through site with water and electric. our site was perfectly level. They have a dump site near the entrance. They list 86 sites; but they don't list how many additional tent sites are in there "group tent area". I estimate there are 24 tent sites in that area with 12 electric boxes and no water. The bar, showers, pool, campground all appears to be new so everything is in exceptional shape! The only low points were: the grass should have been cut and the site water was yellowish and cloudy all weekend. So bring your bottled water. Aside from that, we'll definitely go back soon. - thetonz
Jun 2016 - $50.00
Was a good time. Very family oriented. The floating toys on the lake are a blast! Had an issue with one employee, but not big enough to complain about. Will go again. - Will-i-am
Aug 2015 - $52.00
We stayed at Holiday Shores for 4 nights over the last weekend of August 2015. We'd never stayed there but were looking forward to camping on the river near Wisconsin Dells in order to re-live our youth LOL. We had no problem finding the campground and check-in was a breeze. Very helpful with directions to the site, etc.
We had a bit of an issue getting our fifth wheel backed into the site because of the terracing of the rows of sites....there was a retaining wall directly in front of our site that made it tough to get around the trees without hitting the retaining wall. This was only an issue for our site (#3 on the river) as well as maybe one or two sites to the north. The others didn't have the wall in front and wouldn't have been a problem. But, after a couple of tries, I got the camper in place on a nice level gravel site. It was raining when we got there and didn't stop for another 12 hours (total of about 1.5" of rain fell). We thought we would wakeup to a pond, but it was not nearly as bad as we thought.
You can't beat the location of the campground - near the Dells, next to Chula Vista resort (you get up to 4 free passes to Chula Vista as part of your site) and this is the only area that you can venture out onto the beautiful sandstone along the river as this is adjacent to state property where that is not allowed. The marina and boat/jetski/canoe/kayak rental is great and there was a lot of activity in and around the resort but we were removed enough to enjoy a nice quiet weekend. Of course, a 5 minute drive into downtown Wisconsin Dells will give you EVERY possible activity you'd like.
The people here were very nice and helpful, the homemade donuts were awesome (as others have said) and we would definitely stay here again. It'll be on our list of annual places to visit. - Samron68
Aug 2014 - $49.00
If you have a big rig and want full hookup, camp elsewhere. We have a 35' rig and had to drive with extreme caution to make our way through the narrow, winding, steep maze full of trees and dumpsters to get to our campsite. It had electric, water, and sewer, but it was located in a field in the back corner of the campground, all by itself, with a "lovely view" of a storage/boneyard of old campers. The antenna picked up zero TV channels and the Wi-Fi is only available in the camp store (a 15 min walk from full hookups, unless you want to rent a golf cart for $58/day), but even there our phones couldn't locate a Wi-Fi signal. The only redeeming quality of this park is that they offer free water park passes to Chula Vista, which is a 5 min drive down the road. When I went back to the office to ask how we'd ever get our camper out of the "one way" maze, she suddenly remembered that there was another gated entry closer to the full hook-up area, and I had to leave a credit card to secure a magnetic key pass for the weekend. If we weren't exhausted from the drive that day, we wouldn't have stayed there. - KBMontana
Jun 2015 - $35.00
We have camped at Point Bluff annually since 2012, so this was our third visit. This is a small (17 total sites) campground on the Wisconsin River. As part of the larger property there is a permanent trailer park / summer camp on the other side of the clubhouse / bar. We have camped in site 1, 17 and 5. We prefer those along the river and away from the landing / beach, sites 3-8.
We camped in a truck camper twice and in a tent once. ONLY a tent camper can use site 17. It is up a steep slope that would be impossible to get a camper in, and the canoes/tubes often are staged on this hill on the weekend. Site 17 is a beautiful getaway site though with good access to the restrooms/shower house and the clubhouse. Sites 1-16 are located in a shady, grassy grove. The sites are not well-defined and you are fairly close to your neighbors. We were with a bunch of friends and this was not a problem for us.
People camp at Point Bluff so they can tube/canoe the Wisconsin River and come off the river and not have to drive. It is IDEAL for that purpose. There is a bar / clubhouse on site that serves food. There are group campsites. The campground area only has porta potties. The shower room / flush toilets are across the campgrounds and into the trailer park. The first year we were there, they were filthy and the toilets were clogged. This was due to those on the group site. The last two years the restrooms have been much cleaner. - We_love_truck_camping