Lake Wisconsin Campground

Maps & Policies

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To ensure the best camping experience for everyone, please take a moment to read through our Map & Policies page. If you have any questions or special requests, please contact the friendly staff at our front desk and we will be happy to assist you!


General Policies

  • Cancellation Policy. Cancellations made 30 days or More prior to arrival date - One Night Forfeited.
    Cancellations made less than 30 days prior to arrival date - No Refund.
    No refunds for reservations made during holiday weekends (Memorial Day, 4th of July & Labor Day).

  • Respect Property. Campers and guests shall respect the land and air rights of neighboring campers and shall keep all conversation, music, etc., to low levels (e.g., within the confines of own campsite).

  • Quiet Hours. Quiet hours shall be observed from 11 p.m. to 7:00 a.m.

  • Fireworks/Firearms. No fireworks may be possessed or exploded in the campground at any time. No firearms or bows may be discharged on Campground property. No concealed carries allowed in the campground.

  • Campfires. All open fires shall be well attended and under control. All burning ordinances issued will be followed.

  • Pets. All pets shall be kept on a leash or otherwise confined while in the campground. You shall clean up and dispose of pet's waste. Proof of shots for dogs must be on record with management for the current year. Guests are not allowed to bring dogs into Campground without prior management approval. If approved, guests must provide current rabies vaccination paperwork upon arrival.

  • Garbage Disposal. Campers shall properly dispose of all garbage and trash. Filled garbage bags shall be closed/tied and placed in the dumpster. Waste from cleaning fish must be placed in sealed plastic bags and placed in dumpster.

  • Mandatory Recycling. Campers and their guests shall separate their recyclable items from their general garbage and dispose of these items in the proper containers.

Golf Cart Policies

  • Operating Times. Golf carts shall not be driven during quite hours (11 p.m. to 7 a.m.).

  • Drivers. All drivers must have a valid drivers’ license.

  • Golf Cart Appearance . All golf carts must have working headlights and reflectors to be driven at night.

Guest Policies

  • Visiting Guests. Anyone who is not a party to the signed Admission Agreement is considered a guest, including children over the age of 18. All guests must leave the campground by 9 pm.

Vehicle/Trailer Policies

  • Vehicles. Price includes one vehicle at the campsite. There is a $5 per night fee for one additional vehicle, which has to be parked in over flow.

  • Recreational Vehicles. All-terrain vehicles are strictly prohibited. Golf carts and mopeds must only be operated by licensed drivers. All vehicles must be used responsibly and abide by the posted speed limits.

Boating Policies

  • Boating Safety. All boats shall comply with Coast Guard, State of Wisconsin and local boating ordinances.