What could be better than a warm cozy cabin looking out over a snow-covered vista? How about an RV motorhome with the same views? At Christmas Mountain Village Campground in Wisconsin Dells, you can enjoy just that. The campsites at Christmas Mountain have full hookups (water, electricity, and sewer), cable TV channels, and an asphalt pad. The sites also have a fire ring, a picnic table, and a grill for barbecuing, in addition to having access to the Village's long list of amenities such as an indoor pool and hot tub.Once you're settled in and ready to start exploring, Christmas Mountain Village has an impressive golf course plus tennis courts to enjoy in the summer; in the winter, you'll be just moments away from skiing, snowboarding, and snow tube runs. You'll also be a short distance from the town of Wisconsin Dells in case you need to fuel up your rental RV, stock up on supplies, or just take a leisurely walk through town. Wisconsin Dells has a number of attractions that might be interesting, such as a museum dedicated to Ripleys Believe It or Not and an amusement park with roller coasters.
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Book one of the RV rentals in Columbia County, and make your destination Mirror Lake State Park; this outdoor recreation area is semi-cultivated and has a concession stand that doubles as a rental outlet for canoes, kayaks, paddleboards, and rowboats. The park has three campgrounds that are separate from each other, with campsites surrounded by pine and oak tree stands, providing both scenery and solitude. It's open to the public year-round from early morning to late evening; it's also a popular destination for fishing and hunting, so you should exercise some caution if you're here during hunting season.Swan Lake State Wildlife Area is a multi-use area that is managed to protect the Fox River watershed (the river flows through the park) and the existing ecosystems that include oak barrens, sedge meadows, prairie, and savanna. It was created and designated for hunting deer, waterfowl, and other resident wildlife; today, hunting is still allowed, but the park also provides opportunities for birding and wildlife viewing and gathering edible plants. You can cross-country ski in the park in the winter and hike the rest of the year, but there aren't any designated trails.French Creek Wildlife Area is a short drive from the town of Portage and is managed for a variety of purposes ranging from public access and outdoor recreation to maintenance of waterfowl habitats and other existing ecosystems such as sedge meadows, tamarack bogs, grasslands, and savannas. Historically, the area was used for hunting prairie chicken, and today, it's used for trapping, hunting (deer, pheasant, turkey, and other game), canoeing, and birding. You can hike here and cross-country ski in the winter, but the park doesn't have designated trails. French Creek is a scenic area suitable for photography too.
Now that you've spent some time in the outdoors, it might be time to enjoy some of the cultural sites nearby. Just 15 miles from the campsites at Christmas Mountain Village Campground, Baraboo is home to a museum dedicated to the former Ringling Bros. Circus, another focusing on clowns, and a third that covers local history. There are several landmarks such as the Aldo Leopold Foundation (which is associated with the environmental movement), an antique mall, and a craft mall where you can spend time shopping and browsing, and much more.While camping at Christmas Mountain Village Campground, families and children (and perhaps adults too) should consider stops at the Ochsner Park Zoo and the International Crane Foundation, while adults without kids can try their hand at the local casino or relax at one of the several area wineries. If you're starting to feel hungry, Baraboo's restaurant industry features a long list of venues; there are cafes and diners, pub restaurants and wine bars, and most of the focus is on home-cooked food.Reedsburg is a small, charming town with ties to agriculture and art, and its flagship art piece is a ruminant that has been artistically decorated and put on display. It's also one of the stops on the Wisconsin 400 State Trail, which you can hike or bicycle; the trail follows the Baraboo River on its way to the next town stop. There is a popular art gallery where you can shop for gifts or items for yourself, and there are several nightlife venues when you're ready for a different type of excitement. Reedsburg's restaurant scene is well established with many eateries to choose from; American style food is the most common, but there is a variety of cuisines on hand as well as pub restaurants and some commercial chain places.