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Visited here last weekend for 3 days of camping. It was our first trip to this park and when we pulled in I have to say I was very impressed. The main office was very nice and the staff was super friendly. When we got...More
We camped at Lake Kegonsa for our first time and we're actually pretty impressed. The campsites are all shaded with a lot of trees. All of the campsites we saw were well maintained and for the most part easy to back into despite the low...More
The park is not dog friendly.
Dogs aren't allowed on the beach, on picnic areas, or in any buildings. Dogs must be supervised at all times which is a problem if you are traveling alone with fido and need to take a quick run to...More
Enjoyed a lovely weekend at Lake Kegonsa in early August. Our site was nicely wooded and there was plenty of room for multiple tents and vehicles.
The rangers were very helpful and the park staff did a great job keeping things nice (we reported an...More
If you're visiting Madison for UW events or the plethora of festivals / conferences that go on, chances are you're finding lodging to be maxed out and overpriced. If you're looking for an escape from Madison or the suburbs, but didn't reserve Devils Lake 8...More
Response from goose3nbc | Reviewed this property |
Alcohol is permitted within the campground. There are also nearby farms that sell approved firewood, and at least one local drives the campground in evening hours with firewood for sale from their pickup. As it is a state... More
Alcohol is permitted within the campground. There are also nearby farms that sell approved firewood, and at least one local drives the campground in evening hours with firewood for sale from their pickup. As it is a state park, there is also a Ranger on duty and making regular rounds late into the evening. All vehicles on campground sites must be registered upon arrival, they will be checked to include # of occupants on site.
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"This is not a hotel it is a campground..poorly run by the state..More expensive with less hookups than the..."