Date of Stay: September, 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. We camped at Bonanza Campground & RV Park in a Motorhome.
We stayed 3 nights at this park. Price included 4 passes for a nearby water park for the entire length of our stay. The park is centrally located right in the heart of many of the attractions. You would never know it though once you are in the park. It is surrounded by woods and is nicely insulated from the activity only a block or two away. We were in a pull through full hook up site. The sites were adequately sized and larger than other sites we have stayed at in the area. The roads and sites were all paved in the area of the park we were at. They had a good sized pool and our kids utilized it several times. The park appeared to be well maintained and the staff was friendly. I cannot comment on the bathrooms as we never used them. We camped at Bonanza Campground & RV Park in a Travel Trailer.
An older park, right downtown, and next to many of the water park activities associated with the Dells.The pull through sites are adequate but small. (Had little room to park our toad.) Friendly staff and helpful. Though the park is downtown, it is a quiet area, even with tent campers nearby. Would suggest this park for those traveling with kids,who have come to the Dells to have fun in the water. For those older folks, you might consider one of the other out of town parks. Yes, we would stay here again, if the occasion arose that we were in the area. Price with discount was around 27 dollars, but lost the receipt. We camped at Bonanza Campground & RV Park in a Motorhome.
Nice park. After we arrived after looking at another park that was terrible, I had remembered camping here about 10 years earlier. Right on the main strip and very close to the action. Within walking distance of many attractions. Clean campground and even arriving without reservatons they were able to accomodate us with a pull-through campsite. Nice pool for the kids and very friendly staff. Easy parking for our 40 foot RV. We camped at Bonanza Campground & RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: August, 2010 - $39.00
We got a package including 6 tickets to Noah's Ark and for the park and 2 nights it was $212. Very helpful and friendly they even drove my mom and Dad to and from the water park. We camped at Bonanza Campground & RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: August, 2010 - $39.00
Pros. Nearby to everything in the Dells. Rates are reasonable. Pool (w/too many children). Coffee was good. Friendly staff. Cons. Bathrooms are constantly clogged or have no paper. The showers (all 5 of them) are always jammed, unless you shower at night. But, that's the only time you'll get a hot shower! They were kept relatively clean though. Sandy/weedy type vegetation which got everywhere. Not many pull through lots and grassy areas aren't that even. The lots are very close together, glad we had a large group. One year they wanted us to wear wristbands (for security they said). I'm allergic, we pulled all ours off after getting to site. Children driving golfcarts and other motorized things. No, no, no. Management should have stopped that. They did remove a large group of campers for their loud 'thump-thump' music though. Not many trees and they tried to plant some, but they are installed incorrectly (I'm an arborist). They most likely will not make it. To sum up. Would I go back? Sure, if the other Dells campgrounds are full. We camped at Bonanza Campground & RV Park in a Tent.
The Camp was built in 1963 so the sites are small unless you are in a tent site. We stayed here while visiting the WI Dells and our site was adequate for its purpose. Although we were in the middle of town you couldn't tell it. We were surrounded by trees and it was pretty peaceful while we were there. We could walk across the street to Mt Olympus which saved us $5 in parking. We had a large fire ring and the whole campsite was covered with port-a-potties. Firewood was $5 a bundle. The owners were THE BEST! They work very hard to maintain the place and need to hear it once in a while. Everything at our site worked as it was supposed to and I would certainly go back. We went to Top Secret during our stay and it was a horrible ripoff. Don't waste your money. The Ducks are great and a good value for the money. We camped at Bonanza Campground & RV Park in a Motorhome.
Average campground that is located in a great spot if you are looking to spend the day at all the attractions in the Dells. Right across the street from Mt. Olympus. Unfortunately you have to risk your life getting across the street to go to Mt.Olympus (they need a stoplight or some kind of walk bridge). This Campground needs to have the garbage dumped more often, you get a nice smell of it if there is any breeze. Will go back only if planning to go to the Dells. We camped at Bonanza Campground & RV Park in a Motorhome.
Nice place to stop in and visit the Dells. Great location right near the army ducks, jet boat rides, Noah's Ark (the best), Mt. Olympus and much much more. We rode our bikes into downtown easier than driving a car. The campground was clean but a little tight on space. Some tight spaces to get in and out of with anything larger than 30 foot but some sites can accommodate a 40 footer. The management is very friendly. The dumpster was overfilled by the 4th of July and really stunk if you were near it. They bring wood around for a nightly fire $5 for 1 bundle $7 for 2 bundles. The showers cost 25 cents and while it's not a huge expense it is a pain to remember when you head to the shower, but on the good side there was always one available. We camped at Bonanza Campground & RV Park in a Motorhome.