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 here 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 here in a Travel Trailer.
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 here in a Motorhome.
This was our first time staying in a Wisconsin State Park. I would say that this campground is not big rig friendly. There are a couple of pull through sites and ours was in the open but most of the sites are heavily treed with no sunlight penetrating at all. The trees are in desperate need of trimming. Most campers had branches laying on their rig, even the shorter ones. Problematic for us was the low hanging trees trying to exit the campground. This campground has no water or sewer but there are fill stations and a dump station available for use. The roads are pretty darned narrow too. This state park is an easy on/off I-95 but we did not hear any road noise. We will not be returning. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We have camped several times and have always been pleased. Sites are somewhat level, always good water pressure (except when they are filling the pool). It's well maintained and if the pool was heated or even if it had a solar cover, I would give it a 10. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Large spaces, shady, grassy--quiet, pleasant staff--stayed one week. Close to Capital, Taliesin, Mt Horeb, New Glarus--and lots of historic sites. Stoughton a nice town. Wi-fi was marginal at site--depended on who was parked next to you. Rather pricey but would probably stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Way overpriced campground for what you get. The sites are old, narrow piles of gravel. Bugs attack every window and screen of your RV as soon as the sun goes down not to mention if you are out of your rig. There is no Wi-Fi at the sites, only in office. This park is run down with no evidence of maintenance staff during the three days of our stay. The only reason to stay here would be if you are visiting family in Stoughton which, we were. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very quiet and peaceful old county orphanage grounds turned into RV park. However, there was no store or Wi-Fi or clubhouse to speak of. Only S'mores and firewood sold at the registration office. If you are entirely self-sufficient and don't need anything but peace and quiet, then this is a great, if somewhat high-priced, place to camp. The grounds are very well kept, and the spaces are nicely wide so you don't hear your neighbors. Plenty of level spaces. All but 3 have full hookups. (3 are electric/water only). Not very high water pressure, but adequate. Good fire holes, though we didn't get to try ours out because it was unusually windy. An especially nice miniature golf course with very nicely planted flowers that they really work on for a miniature golf tournament in the summer. I had thought there would be Wi-Fi. If there was, the nice but uninformed girl at the Reg desk didn't know how to tell campers to access it. My laptop read "no wireless network signals" and I usually can pick up very well. The staff are not intrusive at all. In fact, they were hardly there at all! (But we were late getting in, and there was a Norwegian festival in town this weekend.) Overall, a nice place to camp but a little pricy for lack of Wi-Fi and store. (I had to go all the way to Madison to get a potable water hose). We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We were here for two nights. Most sites were empty except for the permanent sites. This is a nice campground, and we have been here several times in the past few years to visit relatives in the area. It is the most convenient full hookup campground to our relatives. At $44 per night during this apparent off season, this campground is over-priced. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Was extremely neat and clean, Nice pool on grounds, a mini golf course and a game room. There were a large number seasonal sites but they were very neat and clean. We will return! We camped here in a Motorhome.
[ 8 / 10 ]
Clean. Easy to get to. Close to Madison, WI without feeling like you're in the city. Mini-Golf is only $2. The staff are very friendly and helpful and will even deliver wood to your site. The sites are nice but because of the layout, when they were busy, people, especially kids, were constantly cutting though our site. It's just something I find rude and annoying. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.