6 campgrounds worth a stay

Give these campsites a spin
6 campgrounds worth a stay
Photo by Larry Chua
Wyalusing State Park

Blue Mound State Park
Blue Mounds
This park offers 77 wooded sites, 12 bike- and hike-in sites and a rustic cabin accessible to people with disabilities, 20 miles of scenic hiking, off-road biking trails. 608-437-5711

Brigham County Park
Blue Mounds
This 232-acre park with a panoramic view of the Wisconsin River Valley includes 25 rustic campsites, two shelter facilities, a picnic area, play equipment, a nature trail and a paved trail connected to the Military Ridge State Trail and Cave of the Mounds. reservedane.com

McCarthy Youth & Conservation County Park
Cottage Grove
A group campsite sits atop a wooded hill at this 180-acre county property. Hikers, horseback riders, skiers and snowshoers are all welcome on the trails. reservedane.com

Sidie Hollow County Park
Viroqua
At this 521-acre park and 38-acre lake, you have access to 74 campsites, two picnic shelters, 10 miles of multi-use hiking and mountain bike trails and two playground areas. 608-637-5480

Wyalusing State Park
Bagley
Located 500 feet above the confluence of the Wisconsin and Mississippi rivers, this state park has 14 miles of hiking trails and 109 regular campsites, 33 with electricity. 888-947-2757

Yellowstone Lake State Park
Blanchardville
Here, 1,000 acres (and adjacent to 4,000-acre Yellowstone Wildlife Area) includes a 455-acre lake and 128 individual campsites, of which 38 have electrical hookups. 608-523-4427