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We love this area but way to crowded during the summer. We went in the late fall and it was great. Only a hand full of campers and the trailers where quiet. Kids lived climbing on the rocks.
We stayed at Devils Lake in early October 2020, and camped within the Upper Ice Age campground. We stayed at site 479 with friends, and had plenty of space for three tents. It seemed that all the sites were booked, however, our site still felt private enough and distant from nearby campers.
The scenic trails did not disappoint, as we spent most of our Saturday hiking along the north shore which led us to the beautiful “Devils Doorway”. With Devils Lake being such a popular destination, it was no surprise that the trails were very busy and crowded at certain points.
Overall, we absolutely loved our weekend at Devils Lake and cannot wait to be back again. There’s a reason this is considered one of Wisconsins most popular camping spots!
Trout streams well fed, campsites spread out well, amenities good for primitive use area. Horses welcome, firewood and ice available. Historical Fire Tower hike/visit is a must. Primitive pack-in sites, 1 cabin available. Modern Cabin is well maintained, electricity, microwave, a full sized refrigerator, and two porches, where one of them is screened in. Sleeps 6.
Beautiful campground with amazing views for Fall. The hike to the caves is about 3 miles with gorgeous landscapes/colors in October. The caves are incredibly well maintained and organized with fun themed tours. Our theme was Halloween so we could purchase “Trick or Treat” bags and collected cool rocks in the caves handed out by employees along the tour.
Over 5,000 acres, featuring two lakes and some truly beautiful trails. It’s best to get reservations early. Twin Valley campground is split into upper and lower. Lower being better for larger RVs while upper has more shaded, cozier sites better for smaller rigs and tents. Cox Hollow campground is more open and may have some pull through spaces. Nearby are the kitschy House on the Rock and Frank Lloyd Wright’s famed Taliesin home and studio. Recommend the Jumping Jupiter General store outside the park for all your camping needs.