This campground has a lot of seasonals but still plenty of spots for overnights. It is very quiet and well maintained. The spots are quite large and grassy with good tree coverage. The bath house is kept very clean. There is a small swimming pond and a playground for children. It is very close to Lake Kegonsa State Park and LaFolette County Park. The town of Stoughton is just a few miles and has a lot of neat shops and bars/restaurants. Another nice thing about this campground compared to others in the area is that it does not have a two night minimum on weekends. We stayed here on a Friday night as a halfway point on a long trip. We liked it it so much we stayed here again on the way home. We camped at Badgerland Campground in a Travel Trailer.
Campground has new owners and has been re-named Badgerlands Campground. Our premium gravel pull-thru site was long enough for our 40 ft motor home and toad and reasonably level. Roads inside the campground are narrow with sharp turns and low-hanging branches that made it difficult to maneuver our motor home. This is an older campground filled mostly with seasonals. Campground is clean and well maintained. Helpful and friendly staff. Plenty of trees, although none blocked our satellite dish that was luck. Good Verizon signal. We chose this campground by chance while traveling on I-90. Nice enough in its own way but not set up for over-nighters and overpriced for what we got. We camped at Badgerland Campground in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 2010 - $26.00
This campground was well located for what we wanted to do in the Greater Madison area: to ride four Rail to Trail bike rides, and so for that reason, not sorry to have stayed here. However, this campground needs some maintenance. We have a large fifth-wheel and needed to maneuver around many low trees that crossed the roadways. There are no sewers, which isn't all that unusual in this area, but the bathrooms were in need of serious help. Showers were not working and the floors in poor repair. It was quiet which I cherish above sewers. We camped at Badgerland Campground in a Fifth Wheel.
Mostly permanents or seasonals here. Park is not close to anything (restaurants, attractions). We had a nice wide, long space, others were not so fortunate. Showers were small coffin-type and you had to pay, and could be cleaner. No laundry. Nice shade and we had satellite reception. We camped at Badgerland Campground in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: September, 2009 - $25.00
This was one of the first campgrounds we stayed at on our way home from our summer trip last year. The main part of the park is much nicer than the part that we stayed in, but we requested to be in the "boondocks" as we have 4 small dogs that travel with us and prefer to be off and away from people for their pleasure and ours. We were given a site that was so out and away that for two days we didn't see a soul! How perfect is that? And we had a stocked lake right out the bedroom window with free paddle boats for you to use. If you have children they also have really nice, wooden swing set gyms located throughout the park. We camped at Badgerland Campground in a Motorhome.