Nestled in 70 acres surrounded by the Baraboo hills, Wheeler's Campground offers a serene setting for your next camping trip. Located one mile from Devil's Lake State Park, you may enjoy hiking, rock climbing, swimming, biking, fishing, boating. or just a relaxing afternoon at the beach. We know that when you finally get away to go camping, you're looking for peace and quiet. Wheeler's Campground is just the place to camp with your family or friends to get back to nature and remember a less hectic, peaceful rhythm. Our Ho Chunk and European ancestors discovered the unique beauty of the Devil's Lake area hundreds of years ago. Share that experience this camp season!
Wheelers is a great, well established campground close to Devils Lake State Park. The camping comes with flushable toilets and warm showers.
Only negative is that the bugs can get unseasonably bad there due to some of the low lying areas with water… certainly not their fault.
We wanted to see Devil's Lake State Park however were unable to get a campsite at the park. Called Wheeler's and they had availability. The campground was well maintained and a few minutes from Devil's Lake. Bathrooms were very clean and showers were free. Nice playground for the kids and a small fishing pond. Owners were very friendly and accommodating to our family. Large sites with fire pit and picnic table.
Great location really close to Devils Lake State Parkand , verry clean. Make sure that you call before you're planning to arrive to check availability they are bussy.
My family leaves their camper here year round. They've been doing that for years. Management is very vigilant, and very strict with the rules. They've been known to kick out loud groups no shame.
There's a large field on the temporary renter side, where we've previously set up a volleyball net. As long as things are kept under control, all is well.
This is a very quiet and upkept campground. The campground is split between a traditional campground, and an area where we stay and keep our rig there year round. The bridge just past the gate though can be a little unnerving to drive over, as it is a very narrow concrete slab over a creek (no railings).
This campground is ideal for any type of camper. Big rig and tent friendly, though I'm not sure what the maximum footage allowed is by management.
Would recommend to the type looking for a low key, friendly environment.
Note: No AT&T service.
We stayed at this campground a while, a good 2 weeks in fact. My family rents a permanent spot on site and we were there visiting. The staff is super good with security. We were an out of state vehicle and they were there as soon as they saw us in the site without our family that rents the space. It's kept very clean, there is a fishing pond that allows fishing without a license. Catch and release only. There are bass and pan fish as well as snapping turtles. It is well shaded in many places and some of the tent sites are amazing. They had a nice playground for the kids to play at. There was a large grassy field where the kids played ball. Bathrooms are very clean. Hot showers are free, although they only have an on and off, no temperature control. They have a small store and firewood on site. They also have a game room, although we did not explore it. On site dumpsters and recycling. They spray for weeds several times a week and mow regularly. It's just a couple miles from Devil's Lake State Park and a few more miles from Baraboo, where you can find shopping and conveniences.