Fireside Campground

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Fireside Campground

33533 Jay Lane
Lone Rock, WI 53556
United States
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Opens: April 1
Closes: November 30

Beautiful and shady with mostly pull through sites, 53 water and electric RV sites, we offer both 50 Amp and 30 Amp. We have 2 large group areas for both RV and tents. We offer secluded primitive tent sites and tent sites with electric. We offer cabin and camper rental as well as weekly, monthly and seasonal sites.

Directions: 

We are 10 miles west of Spring Green Wisconsin or
We are 10 miles east of Richland Center Wisconsin Directions :From I-90/39 take RT 12/18 west, follow 12/14 west and get off on 14 west, continue approx 45 miles, go through Spring Green WI, we are 3.5 miles west of Rt 130 North, just off highway 14, turn north onto Jay Lane.

Rules: 

Dogs are welcome but need to be leashed at all times and please pick up after your dog. We have pet clean up stations located throughout the park. Aggressive or noisy dogs will not be tolerated.

Rates: 

2013 Season Rates
Off season 4-5 to 5-23 and 9-3 to 12-1
In season 5-24 to 9-2
Holiday rates for Memorial Day Weekend, Fourth of July Weekend, Labor Day Weekend.

Deluxe RV 50 Amp
Off season- 30.00
In season- 35.00
Holiday Weekend- 40.00

RV Site with Water and Electric 30 Amp

Off season- 25.00
In season- 30.00
Holiday weekend- 35.00

Tent Sites- per family unit- not intended for group site
Off season- 20.00
In season- 25.00
With water and electric close by add 2.00
Cabin Rental- 55.00 and 40.00 per night, 2 night minimum- bring your own linens or linen charge of 15.00 will apply (see rental page for pictures and further information)

Camper Rental- 50.00 per night, 2 night minimum- bring your own linens or linen charge of 15.00 will apply (see rental page for pictures and further information)

Local Interest: 

Activities include a large play area for the kids, mini golf, bags tournaments, pool table, electronic darts....... and don't forget about all the sightseeing and activities outside of the park. Hiking, biking along the Pine River Bike Path located directly across from the campground, a 14 mile long path, fishing on the Wisconsin River, or one of the many local trout streams not far away, House on the Rock, Taliesin, American Players Theater, and don't forget the shopping.......... antique, unique gift shops and galleries featuring local and regional artists are close by.