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Baraboo Hills Campground


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E10545 Terrytown Road
Baraboo, WI 53913
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04/01 - 10/31

Family camping minutes from the Dells and Devil's Lake. Deluxe and basic cabins. Wooded campsites. Heated pool, game room, mini golf, snack shop, modern clean bathhouse with private showers, playground, sand volleyball, horseshoes. Free use of bikes and sports equipment. Stocked fishing pond, pedal powered carts, WIFI service.



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  • Michael Alan posted 12 days ago
    "We had a great time. Lori and the staff were very helpful and friendly! So many activities to do made for lots of fun. Pool, Swimming beach, Jumping pillow, Dunk tank, Giant checkers and chess. Trampoline basketball and more! They also had a really cool animal presentation on our last day. The kids and adults enjoyed it! I would not hesitate to stay here again. I hope you guys expand your virtual tour so people really get a feel for the place. It was a super fun trip!"
  • jeff lee posted 1 month ago
    "We had a loft cabin and it worked out very well for our group. Many things to do here. Our son and his cousins had a great time and the staff was very friendly. We would go back for sure."
  • Kristen Dunn posted 2 months ago
    "It's was a family friendly campground with lot of activities for the kids. The staff is amazing and super helpful! We took our pup there to tent camp for the weekend and had a very great experience! Highly recomended place and we will for sure be returning!!"
  • Charil Brausen posted 1 day ago
    "This place will 5.00$ u to death !!! Shower are 0 star drain did not drain and they shut off on u !!! :) Only seasonal can use golf cart !!! On the other hand the beach was very cool and did not cost 5.00 bucks as wifi did for 24 hours of use !!!! "
  • Seneida Biendarra posted 4 months ago
    "Are ya kidding me? This place was great! Typical campsite arrangement, but there was a more than extensive amount of playgrounds for anyone to enjoy. (Go on their bouncy pillow to remember what it was like to be nine years old again)"