40 Parks near Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin
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
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
Sep 2014 - $30.00
This campground has seen better days. Many sites paved, but not level. Camped here in late September after most of the attractions in town closed down. There was only one other camper in the park. We had our choice of sites, but still had trouble finding one where we could get level. Hook-ups are old and showing a lot of wear, but we did have 50 amp service. No WiFi at our site. We did not see any park personnel except for a guy who poked his head out of the second floor balcony at the office. He told us to self register and take any site we wanted. If we ever return, we will probably look for another campground. - Tetrode
Jul 2016 - $16.00
Place was not kept up. Lots of abandoned trailers, run down, many junk cars. Beach was a mess. Lake had a few spots where you could see the water due to Lilly pads. Do yourself a favor and look elsewhere as there are plenty of nice campgrounds in the area. - Hondawing1988
Oct 2015 - $16.00
Nice, older campground some distance from Wisconsin Dells. Our site was grassy a little ways from the restrooms and showers. The owners were very helpful and friendly. There were a few RVs there, but we were the only ones there staying. - 1dinky
Jul 2009 - $40.00
This is an older property about 20 minutes from the Dells area. Restrooms & showers were fairly clean. The playground was very nice & new stuff recently added. This campground has a beer only bar. The wagon ride was awesome & the owners were very nice. Our sites were fairly unlevel but we managed. The kids didn't get much water play as the pool was too cold for the kids and so was the tiny lake due to weather. We didn't see any fish in the lake but there is a huge lake across the road. Paddler rentals were broken. Overall it was a good stay but please make the pool warmer. - travlin-with-tots
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
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
Jul 2014 - $23.00
This state campground is very convenient to the interstate, to the Dells and to Baraboo. The entrance is paved as are the roads to the campsites. The campsite was gravel and all but one appeared to be fairly level. The electricity was stable. Most of the time, the showers were clean. The negative is that the shower water only stays on for a few seconds and was either cold or hot with no in between. There is some noise from the interstate, but that is to be expected when choosing a campground that is so convenient. We were in site 60E. This campground was very clean. If we are in the area again, we would stay in this campground again. - Pamelalena
Jul 2013 - $17.00
This campground is very close to the highway so it is noisy when you are outside of the RV. Tenters will not like this campground if they want quiet. It is 3 minutes to the "strip" in Wisconsin Dells, so a great place to be for the nights. Mosquitoes are the size of small eagles and the population is very thick day and night. The facilities and the park are well kept. There is a 8 degree grade hill to get from the lower level up to the RV park. Our large fifth wheel was a challenge to get in but it was OK. If you are comfortable with your rig you can get it in, but probably only can fit in a site or two. Cell coverage for Sprint and AT&T was non-existent. - JasonW
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
Jul 2015 - $49.00
Stayed here again. Been going to the Dells since I was a kid. So far this is my favorite campground in the Dells area! Close enough to everything, but far enough to feel "away from it all". Campground is good size and well maintained. Bath house was very clean the 4 days we stayed. All hookups were in good working order. Plenty of shade. Nice trails to the Wisconsin River. We'll definitely be back again. - dodge guy
Jul 2015 - $49.00
Another great stay here. A very quiet campground that is a nice switch from the Dells area. Sites are well treed to provide shade. The pool and pool area is one of the best that we have stayed at.
We also used laundry area which was also very clean and worked great. - spanielrage
Jul 2016 - $50.00
Stayed here during Father's day weekend. It was a first time experience with our new class C. Having spent the weekend here we realized we should have bought a travel trailer but being right in the Dells was nice. We took walks right into downtown. The layout was nice but some of the hills were pretty steep for the trailers to get up and down in. With all the tree cover our satellite dish never came in but that's part of the experience, right? The pool and splash pad was nice and because of all the water parks around us it was not crowded. They had a really nice shade canopy. Staff was really friendly. Firewood costs bugged me; the bundle would be burned up in an hour but everybody around me came in with their truck beds full of logs and I thought Wisconsin had firewood laws. Entire park looked easy to maneuver around. Overall a good time. - Roy Abramat
Jun 2016 - $55.00
We stayed Thur-Sun early June. Prices are comparable to other private campgrounds with W/E/S. Perfect location right off the main fairway. Ask for site towards back to avoid road noise. Entrance is rather sudden and right as lanes go from 2 to 1. I only mention this in case you are towing a big rig with cars behind you. Staff were friendly. Sites are very narrow but we checked out other campgrounds in the area and this was by far one of the best. Lots of pull thrus (which we had) Being a tourist area all the campgrounds are trying to cram what they can into a given space. Restrooms and showers were clean. As expected, they are centrally located for tent campers. Shower requires two hands as water stays on less than 10 secs at a time. We stayed on site 140 which by far was the largest but it faces the side of a warehouse building up a steep hill. I didn't like that at first but in the end it was very quiet and private and much roomier compared to all the other sites. Sites are pretty level for the most part. Walking distance from Pirate's Cove Golf and Entertainment. Garbage is centrally located. WiFi was fine on Thurs but pretty non-existent rest of the weekend. - D Leggett
Aug 2013 - $59.00
The campground is now being operated by the children of the original owners and there is no pride of ownership any more. The staff is rude and none responsive to health issue such as human waste in the pool area and pool; my wife had to track down the maintenance manager to get any action. The roadways are very narrow; sites are small trying to maximize the number of campers. Noise control is a thing of the past, load music that could be heard over the barking dogs with no owner’s in-site of the dogs. The garbage bins where over full-on Thursday and by Monday it was the worst. There were numerous families camping on the same camp site either in tents or tents and a trailer where there should have been just one family to a site. For $59 a night (this includes the tax for a full hook-up site) I think the campground should have been run a little better than this. - Jim W1
Jun 2016 - $1.00
Camped at Christmas Mountain Village, a Bluegreen Resort, in Wisconsin Dells, WI, using my Coast-to-Coast membership, so camping fees were free for me for the 7 days I was here. The campsite is paved-blacktop and level for the most part. FHU available with 30/50A, cable services, tree-lined with picnic table, fire ring and grill at each site. Plenty of space between sites side-to-side. Most sites are back-in but I did notice a few long pull thru sites. There is free storage (overflow parking lot patrolled by security) available for those that need to detach from a trailer or other towable toy! Check-in is easy and staff were pleasant and professional. Trash receptacles are centrally located. There is laundry and I suspect bath houses (next to the outdoor pool) but I did not use either. Easy access to Wisconsin Dell amenities like entertainment and shopping. It is a quiet, grassed camping area. For golfers, there are two golf courses on site, one an 18 hole course and the other a 9 hole course. Facility is a destination location with cabins and other fixed structures, such as a grill and marketplace. I would return to this location. - kihei7
Jul 2011 - $50.00
This is a nice park. Our only concern was getting level as the area is very hilly. The pools were nice. There was a nice walking trail. The golf course is on site, and it is a nice course. We will definitely return. - gagi
Aug 2010 - $10.00
This is a resort with excellent facilities however getting in and out with a MH and toad is extremely difficult. They have made NO allowance for RV parking when checking in or out. I ended up hooking and unhooking on their extremely narrow roads with all kinds of traffic hurrying by and scowling at me. The site we had was very unlevel although it was paved and had all hookups including cable TV and telephone. I won't be staying here again despite the abundant facilities, they just don't cater to RV's. - PapaT96
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
Oct 2015 - $45.00
Interesting 2 level KOA in beautiful Wisconsin Dells. Interior roads are paved, and a little tight for big rigs. We stayed on the upper level with a beautiful view of the fall foliage. Staff was helpful, except the guy who insisted on covering our coach with dust thanks to his obsession with his leaf blower. I'd rather have the leaves on the road, and still have a clean coach. Odd that they would do that to guests. Otherwise, decent campground. All good! - John K
Jul 2015 - $65.00
The "Dells" is an amusement & water park paradise that abounds with families with small children. This RV park is conveniently located to most of those activities.
The price per night is outrageous! A site with full hook ups for the price we paid is ridiculous; little to no "wifi" connection and no cable TV. - grandflic