This state park in general is very small with minimal hiking but if you’re in the dells and want to camp - it’s a perfect option because its not usually too crowded and it’s pretty quiet. Bugs weren’t great and found a tick on my tent on the first morning. Nice park for the convenience of being close to everything else. Good cell phone service.
It was almost full when we got here but I’m so glad we found a spot. The canyon was beautiful and the small amount of spots meant it was quiet and relaxing at night. The stars are just awesome out there! Not too expensive and no cell phone service - makes for a nice retreat.
The walk in sites were really nice - secluded and peaceful. The facilities were well kept up and the views from the bluffs were just incredible - you could see all of Lake Pepin! The trails on the shore were really cool and a nice challenge. Would go back again in a heartbeat!
It was really hot and busy when we visited but the sites and facilities were well kept up and seeing the falls was great! Not too busy, okay cell phone service.
The campsites at this park were average but all of the hiking trails that are easily accessible from the sites really made this campground worth it! Great facilities spread out all over the park and the rangers were great when I was there. Not too buggy and good cell phone service.
The access to the ATV trails really makes this campground a convenience gem! The camp store is also supe convenient if you forget smores and Fire supplies. The sites are close to each other and ticks can get bad here but overall it’s such a great, cheap option! The trails that go down towards the falls are really nice and it’s a great campground to watch the stars!
I didn’t like how far the campground was from the hiking and how there wasn’t really trees behind sites but the hiking trails in the park made up for this. Facilities were nice, bugs weren’t too bad, no cell phone service.
Loved camping at this campground! The sites were spread out enough that it really felt like I was at a dispersed spot at times. The sound of the creek was so peaceful and the hiking trails behind the sites up the bluff were great! The rangers warned about rattlesnakes being a high risk when I was there due to the full sun and heat but I didn’t see any. No cell service at all. Would recommend this place!
Being so close to the river, the bugs were awful. I did love that it was quiet even peak season and there were plenty of spots open so it felt like a nice getaway. The facilities were clean and well kept up. Didn’t see any rangers around the park besides when I was checking in. Really enjoyed the views from our site. Turtle crossing signs were everywhere and they were right! I loved seeing all the turtles!
I loved camping at Perrot State Park for every reason except for the bugs. I went in August and I was absolutely covered in bug bites after one night. The facilities are well kept up and the rangers are super friendly. It does get busy peak season. The hiking is really great and the views of the river and bluffs are unlike any other site I’ve been to.
When Devil’s Lake gets full, Rocky Arbor is always my back up. It’s not as crowded and the trails to get around the park are peaceful and quiet. The lake is so close by but bugs aren’t too much of an issue and the hiking trails are beautiful and make you feel like you’re in Jurassic Park.
This campground gets really busy peak season but the views are just beautiful, the access to hiking is ideal, and the facilities are great - very clean and well kept up.