Wasn’t sure with the 4th holiday so close but turned out to be a nice quiet campground. Soft sandy non electric sites. Good firewood available. Great hammock trees.
Very nice campground you can however hear HWY noise at your site.
Love this place!! We camped here once when I was growing up and i can honestly say it was one of my most memorable family camping trips. I remember checking out the petroglyphs and climbing what seemed like a million stairs to the top of the rock formation. But I specifically remember all of the turkey vultures when you were climbing all of those stairs! Wisconsin state parks has a really great junior ranger type program for kids my parents checked us out an interpretive backpack loaded with fun park activities that kept us all busy the whole weekend. Would love to make it back there someday. This park has an incredibly interesting history.
Loved this campground. Not very large so its quiet and the sites are well spaced and wooded. We stayed in site #11 which had a nice buffer of woods between the sites (9&11 together would make a good combination for 4 people with max privacy). Toilets are pit which is a downside but they were maintained pretty well. Wish there were showers to clean up after hiking but hey….you're in the woods! Loved how the trails were located right off the campground loop. The 303 stairs to the top lookout is a workout and worth the trip for the view. We hiked almost 5.5 miles through this beautiful state park. Proximity to the Dells and other parks make this an ideal home base to explore what Central Wisconsin has to offer. Only downside would be the noise from the highway but that is only during the day. Its very quiet at night!
I think Roche-A-Cri is a solid park. It has some decent hiking with some nice scenery. The campsites are quiet with plenty of trees. The roads are paved and the campsites are clean. The bathrooms need updating.
One or two nights at Roche-A-Cri works pretty well.
The campgrounds here are really nice and provide a nice escape from the normal busy camping areas. This location served as a basecamp for going to Devil's Lake and provided nice cover with some decent trails near by.
This park is absolutely beautiful. Out has great trails, a viewing tower that will leave you breathless, prehistoric petroglyphs on a natural monolith, plenty of wildlife viewing. My only gripe is one that can't be helped. Adams County is rather flat and sound carries. You will hear cars on the highway at night in the distance. The sky is amazing with no light pollution. For the trout fisherman, Carter Creek comes right through the park so it's easy to camp and head into the creek when the trout are active. There are plenty of other fishing holes a short drive away. Most sites have shaded pads. Modern shower houses. I loved everything about it….but the late night road noise.
Beautiful campground. Great sites surrounded by beauty. Roche A Cri jumps out of the Earth soaring skyward. A must do for every camper is to camp here.