Wisconsin Dells Campground

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If you’re looking for a Wisconsin Dells campground, the area is just loaded with every type of camping experience. Whether you’re looking for wooded rustic or resort luxury the Dells has a great location for your tent, camper, or RV. Our personal preferences typically include getting out away from light and noise influence, a larger wooded private site, clean facilities, and a nice pool for the children.

Many of the Wisconsin Dells campground have a combination of these features based on the location. We have our favorites, but that changes along with the ages of our children over the years. The one thing you can count on is that the Dells has a camping experience for every camp style at every stage of your camping life.

Arrowhead Resort Campground

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Arrowhead is very family oriented Wisconsin Dells campground and definitely one of the better places you can stay in the Dells. A majority of the sites are wooded, or you can get a lot of sunshine in the new section of the camp. It has a lot of amenities featuring a store and lodge, two swimming pools including a heated outdoor pool, shuffleboard courts, mini golf, horseshoes, an outdoor theatre, game room, playground, and volleyball court. It is also near many of the major attractions so you are not too far away from everything.

If you don’t want to bring your own camper, RV, or tent, Arrowhead offers four different types of cabins to choose from. The new deluxe cabins sleep up to eight, include full linens, appliances, kitchenware, and bathroom, and shower facilities. The other cabins do not include everything so be sure to bring your own sleeping bag or linens, towels, etc.

If you can get in, try to book a campsite during one of the summer holiday weekends, they have so many activities going on it will amaze you. Also, seasonal sites are great if you camp often in a Wisconsin Dells campground. They even offer a package deal with Mt. Olympus, so ask about that if you are thinking about the seasonal sites. Check out the website for more details. The season is open from April 15 to October 29.

W1530 Arrowhead Rd.
Wisconsin Dells, WI 53965
Arrowhead Campground

Baraboo Hills Campground

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Baraboo Hills Campground is a great spot for a family vacation. This Wisconsin Dells campground is located several minutes from Wisconsin Dells near Baraboo, WI. Overall, this Wisconsin Dells campground has very nice accommodations. The showers and bathrooms were very clean and the staff there was extremely helpful the whole weekend we were there. They offer free use of bikes and sports equipment, which came in handy for our sports-oriented family. Also, the mini golf course on site is free as well. There is also a heated swimming pool, a sand volleyball court, and horseshoes available for your enjoyment.

A majority of the sites are private wooded campsites. You can also choose from basic sleeping cabins, or two room deluxe Conestoga log cabins complete with a small kitchen, shower, and bathroom. In all, they have 157 campsites and 23 cabins. One last thing, the fishing ponds are stocked with bass and bluegills, so get ready to catch some fish. We highly recommend this campground to anyone who has children and are looking for a reasonably priced campground that has a lot to offer its guests. Open from April 28 to October 9.

E10545 Terrytown Rd.
Baraboo, WI 53913
Baraboo Hills Campground

Bonanza Campground & RV Resort

Bonanza Campground is a little different from your normal secluded campground. This Wisconsin Dells campground is actually located right in the heart of the Dells right across the street from Mt. Olympus Water & Theme Park and only two blocks from Noah’s Ark Water Park. Bonanza offers 150 campsites, 32 with complete hookups and 100 sites with electricity and water. They have a heated pool and mini golf.

If you enjoy camping, want to save a few bucks, and be where the action is, Bonanza Campground & RV Resort is in the right neighborhood.

1770 Wisconsin Dells Parkway
Wisconsin Dells, WI 53965
800-438-8139 or 608-254-8124
Bonanza Campground
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Dells Timberland Camping Resort

The Dells Timberland Camping Resort is a great campground for both young and old. The entire area is wooded and the sites are decent size. From movie nights to bingo nights, this campground has something for everyone. Dells Timberland is close enough to the Dells to make visiting attractions easy, yet far enough out to enjoy a peaceful camping experience.

The facilities were all clean, and the resort amenities include a pool, family room with fireplace, game room, mini golf, volleyball, basketball, hayrides, and more activities. This Wisconsin Dells campground is a short distance from the racetrack, and they have racing activities planned for almost every weekend. They have a calendar of events on their website, so be sure to check that out before you leave to see what is going on. Open April 15 to October 14.

P.O. Box 72
Wisconsin Dells, WI 53965
800-774-1514 or 608-254-2429
Timberland Campground

Fox Hill RV Park & Campground

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This Wisconsin Dells campground is located just minutes from the Dells and Ho-Chunk Casino in a nice relaxing semi wooded area near Baraboo, WI. At Fox Hill you can choose from convenient full hook-up pull-thru sites, new deluxe log cabins with kitchenette, shower and bathroom; sleeping cabins; and nice wooded pop-up and tent sites.

You can expect clean bathrooms, free showers, a heated pool, laundry facility, WIFI service, nature trails, playground, game room, and golf course next door. Fox Hill is the perfect base for your Wisconsin Dells vacation. The campground is open from April 28 to October 9.

E 11371 N. Reedsburg Rd.
Baraboo, WI 53913
Fox Hill RV Park & Campground

Holiday Shores Camp Resort

All these years we have been going to the Dells and we somehow managed to miss possibly the best Wisconsin Dells campground. We have stayed at the Chula Vista Resort several times and just have not gone further north on River Road. We have not stayed here, but I spent a couple of hours driving and walking the entire area this summer.

I’m not really sure where to start because they just absolutely seem to have it all. First of all they are right on the Wisconsin River. The river actually gets wider here and so a great place to swim and boat. They have a sand swimming beach, boat launch, boat docking, and boat rentals.

The campsites are mostly wooded and I thought very good sized. They have 16 river front sites that are just great. The river sites are surrounded by those huge tall pines, are quite large for area, and you get your own terrace type area between your camper and the river. I would suspect reservations are needed for those sites.

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In addition they have a nice newer pool area and the bath facilities were nice and clean. They also have a basketball court, volleyball area, playground, big game room, a very large picnic pavilion, camp store, and restaurant. They also have a nice big deck area and tables overlooking the river. Looked like a great place to have a kiddie cocktail or two.

If you don’t have a camper they rent guest houses, cottages, and park model trailers. You can bet it will be the next Wisconsin Dells campground we stay at in the Dells area. The campground is family owned and they have activities scheduled for every weekend in the summer season.

3901 River Rd.
Wisconsin Dells, WI 53965
Holiday Shores Campground
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Sherwood Forest Camping & RV Park

We stayed at the Sherwood Forest Camping & RV Park this past Memorial Day weekend. For being just a 3 block walk to downtown, we were really surprised with how primitive and “woodsy” some of the campsites were. The entire area is wooded and many of the sites are private state park size camp areas. We stayed on Little John’s Trial on a really nice big secluded site. It’s a little further walk to the washroom’s but well worth it.

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The campground has been a mainstay in the dells for years, but the still keep everything maintained like new. It had been some time since our last visit and we were really pleased with our stay. The staff was extremely friendly and security personnel actually enforced quiet hours, which is nice if you have small children. The park has a very nice heated outdoor pool, kiddie pool, large game room, and camp store.

The best part about this Wisconsin Dells campground is the location. It is definitely worth it to leave your car at the campground and walk downtown; it’s just a few blocks away. Check out the website for rates and a list of activities including Wa Zha Wha Days in September.

S352 Hwys. 12 & 16
Wisconsin Dells, WI 53965
Sherwood Forest Campground

Stand Rock Campground

The Stand Rock Campground is one of our all-time favorite Wisconsin Dells campground. The campground is so well maintained, it almost gives it more of a resort feel than it a does a campground feel.

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Also, they have brand new restroom facilities that are second to none. The campsites are very large as is the outdoor heated pool. The campground has over 200 sites and is extremely peaceful and very quiet, perfect for a family vacation.

The bar and grill has delicious food and they have free coffee every morning. Private lake fishing is available, and there are plenty of scenic trails to venture through. This place literally has everything you want in a campground and was recently recognized by the Best Holiday Trav-L-Park as one of the top 4% of parks across America. Check the website for rates and more information. The campground is open from April 15 to October 15.

N570 Hwy. N
Wisconsin Dells, WI 53965
Standrock Campground

Wanna Bee Campground & RV Park

Wanna Bee Campground and RV Resort is just a couple of miles from the action in the Dells. This Wisconsin Dells campground is close enough to the Dells to make visiting attractions easy, yet far enough out to enjoy a peaceful camping experience. The entire area is wooded and the sites are decent size. They do have several more secluded type sites at the far end of the campsite.

All the buildings and facilities are built in a log cabin style and were very clean The resort amenities include a heated pool, game room, mini golf, volleyball, basketball, horseshoes, and more activities. They also have a nice camp store and small bar an grill at the clubhouse.

E10096 Trout Rd
Wisconsin Dells, WI 53965
WannaBee Campground

Wisconsin Dells KOA Kampground

Only one mile from downtown Wisconsin Dells and all of its attractions, the KOA Kampground is good for those who want to stay close to the action. This Wisconsin Dells campground has a very nice heated outdoor pool and clean the restrooms.

And no matter what you’re camping style is, tents, RV’s, cabins, Wisconsin Dells KOA has it. They have activities nightly so be sure to check on that. The campground is open from April 14 to October 21.

S235 Stand Rock Rd.
Wisconsin Dells, WI 53965
KOA Campground
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Yogi Bear's Jellystone Park Camp-Resort

The only Yogi Bear themed campground and water playground of its kind. All three of the water playgrounds are brand new in 2006, and are perfect for kids of all ages. We’ve stayed at this Wisconsin Dells campground numerous times, and if you like camping with a little excitement, this is a perfect place.

If you and the kids are looking for onsite activities, this is the place to go.

Yogi has a variety of sites from open to wooded. I would suggest reservations as location is often filled for the weekend. This campground is very easy to find as it is located right off of the Interstate just 5 minutes from all the action in the Dells. Check the website for discounts and for the different campsite options. The campground is open from April 15 to October 15.

This Wisconsin Dells campground is located at:

S1915 Ishnala Road
Lake Delton, WI 53940
Wisconsin Dells, WI 53965
Jelleystone Park Campground

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Wisconsin State Park Campgrounds

Devils Lake State Park

Devil’s Lake State Park is about 15 minutes south of the Dells. This Wisconsin Dells campground offers over 400 campsites on 9,117 acres to include a 360-acre spring-fed lake, swimming areas with two large sandy beaches, miles of hiking and cross country ski trails, fishing, boating (electric motors only), and really spectacular views from 500 foot climbing cliffs.

There is a boat launch at each end of the lake with boat and canoe rentals. The two beaches total 3,300 feet in length, each with a bathhouse. Scuba diving is popular, and diving flags are required. There are picnic areas at both ends of the lake. Two enclosed shelters and three open-air shelters are available for rental.

Devils Lake is a one of a kind Wisconsin Dells campground and recreation area. It is a must see area to believe and we highly recommend you stay or visit. You will most likely need early reservations to get your campsite so plan early.

Devil's Lake is open from 6 a.m. to 11 p.m. daily. Visitor Center hours are from 8 a.m. to 11 p.m. daily in the summer and 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. in other seasons.

From the South on I-90/94: Take Exit 106 onto Hwy 33. Travel west to Baraboo. At 2nd stoplight, turn left on Hwy 123 South. Follow Hwy 123 south 3 miles to park entrance.

From the North on I-90/94: Take Exit 92 onto Hwy 12 East. Travel south about 10 miles to Hwy 159 East. Turn left on Hwy 159 East and proceed for approximately 2 miles to Hwy 123 South. Turn right on Hwy 123 South and follow to the park entrance.

Devils Lake State Park
S5975 Park Rd.
Baraboo WI 53913

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Mirror Lake State Park

Mirror Lake State Park is a quiet mid size park just 5-10 minutes south of the Dells. The park offers over 150 campsites on 2,050 acres to include a 137-acre lake. Camping features include wooded sites, several group sites, walk-in sites, large RV sites, electric hookups, hot showers, clean restrooms, and firewood.

Water activities include swimming areas, canoeing, kayaking, and fishing. No boat motors are allowed on the lake. Nature programs are held throughout the year.

This Wisconsin Dells campground offers twenty miles of hiking trails into hardwood and pine forests that offer views of the sandstone bluffs surrounding half of Mirror lake. Hiking opportunities in the southern area of the park double as a cross-country ski path during winter. The park has several bike trails that range from moderate to difficult. Bikes are available for rent.

We have camped or visited the park on several occasions. It is again one of our favorites with a perfect location close the Dells, but secluded for the perfect camp experience. Again plan early and often by arranging your reservation well in advance of your stay.

Mirror Lake State Park is located 1.5 miles off Hwy 12 on Fern Dell Road. From I-90 take Exit 92. Drive south on Hwy 12 for 1/4 mile. Turn right onto Fern Dell Road. The Wisconsin Dells campground is 1.5 miles west of Hwy 12.

Mirror Lake State Park

Rocky Arbor State Park

Rocky Arbor State Park is a quiet mid size park just 5 minutes west of the Dells. The park offers just 89 wooded campsites on 225 acres to include a 137-acre lake. This Wisconsin Dells campground features include wooded secluded sites between while pine trees and sandstone bluffs

The park features a scenic 500 million years old sandstone gorge. Just 1-1/2 miles east of the park runs the Wisconsin River, the sculptor of the sandstone gorge. Picturesque rock walls, ledges and formations dominate the pine-shaded park.

Take Interstate I-90/94 to Wisconsin Dells, and take exit 85. Go south, approximately 1/2 mile, on Highway 12 to the entrance for Rocky Arbor.

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