4out of 5 stars
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wayne and Sue
Helpful Reviews: 6
Date of Stay: August, 2015
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We stayed here for 2 nights while visiting the Dells. Almost new shower/restroom building (very clean). Very friendly staff. All roads in park are gravel/dirt. Very shady due to thick trees. However, plenty of room for Class A with slideouts.
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Date of Stay: September, 2015
We were fortunate to find this secluded campground so near the Wisconsin Dells. We had a mandatory 3-night stay due to Labor Day weekend; we didn't mind, we didn't want to be out driving in Holiday traffic anyway. Staying here gave us great access to everything we wanted; shopping, the casino buffet WITHOUT the expense of staying at Ho Chunk Casino, parked out in the blistering sun. Dell Boo has plenty of shade trees and the size of the sites is great. They are angled for privacy and even the kids weren't that loud. They have specific quiet hours and everyone adhered to them. They offered activities throughout the weekend and/or published what was happening locally so that we could join in. We opted to hike 2 days at Devil's Lake State Park on several challenging hiking trails and then spent an afternoon shopping at the nearby outlet mall. The following day we did a "soaking" jet boat ride and drove thru the tourist trap town, enjoying every minute of it. I' stay at this campground anytime I'm even close to this area. I believe we paid $56 per night, but I may be wrong. They had an activity room we didn't use, nor did we use their restrooms. They did have a store/gift shop on site.
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