Camping guidelines effective May 15th, 2020:

Juneau County Forestry & Parks have established the following guidelines for camping May 15 thru May 31, 2020 with the direction of the Juneau County Health Department.
  • NO new or walk-in reservations will be taken.
  • Campsites will be limited to one family per site, no guests.
  • No extra tents or campers will be allowed on the same site. No doubling up. Each family unit will need their own site.
  • No visitors to campsites, keep sites to family unit only.
  • All playgrounds, beaches and shelters are closed.
  • No public gathering in groups greater than 9 people.
  • Boat launches will be open.
  • Restroom and shower facilities will be open.
  • Water filling stations and dump stations will be open. Hand pumps will be open.
  • All campers are encouraged to use their personal restroom facilities if able.
  • Purchase all necessities from your hometown grocery store BEFORE arriving at your campsite. This limits your exposure to others and their exposure to you. 
We understand these conditions will change how you camp. These rules are intended to:
  • Reduce non-essential travel.
  • Reduce influx of travelers from outside of our county to follow the Governor’s travel order.
  • Protect the health and safety of campground employees.
  • Prevent potential exposure for staff and the public within shared toilets and shower facilities. 
There is still time to cancel your reservation if you wish to cancel. Please call our main office at 608-847-9389 or email We ask that if you would like a refund please notify us by May 20th. You will be refunded everything minus the $10 non-refundable reservation fee. You may move your reservation to Memorial weekend 2021 for the same site free of charge.
To protect the health and safety of you and others we remind you of the following:
  • Be safe, be patient and kind.
  • Practice social distancing—6 feet apart.
  • Clean commonly used surfaces often.
  • Treat all areas as if they are infected.
  • Practice good personal hygiene.
  • Use of the public campground is at your own risk.