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Come check out this family-friendly RV park nestled in the heart of Wisconsin. Smokey Hollow Campground has amenities that people of all ages will enjoy. Children will love the giant inflatables, jumping pillows, two playgrounds, and a miniature golf course. Challenge your buddies to a game of horseshoes, bocce ball, volleyball, or basketball. Afterward, cool off in the swimming pond, or soak up the sun at the sandy beach.
Apart from the regular amenities, the RV campground schedules activities and events throughout the year. There are movie nights, face painting, Bingo, treasure hunts, ice cream socials, pumpkin coach rides, dunk tanks, giant shopping cart rides, and so many other cool things you can do with your family and friends.
The campsites at Smokey Hollow Campground are as unique as the RV rentals that will occupy them. Each campsite has partial hookups (water and electric), a picnic table, and a fire pit. There are VIP pull-through sites that include full hookups, a patio, a picnic table with an umbrella, a fire pit, and a charcoal grill. You can also choose back-in sites.
Gibraltar Rock State Natural Area near Lodi, Wisconsin offers some of the best vistas in the state. One of the best spots in the park is the Gibraltar bluff that soars more than 1,200 feet above sea level with sheer 200-foot cliffs that provide magnificent views of the Wisconsin River Valley. The 68-acre area is situated along the 1,000-mile-long Ice Age Trail. As such, hiking is very popular in the area. Whether you want a short day hike or prefer a longer through-hike, Gibraltar Rock State Natural Area caters to those who want to get outdoors and explore.
Another place to check out when you're camping at Smokey Hollow Campground is Lodi Marsh State Natural Area. The area contains wetlands and upland ecosystems as well as several springs and spring runs. Hunting is popular in the area. A 2.5-mile segment of the Ice Age Trail crosses the property, making hiking popular here too. Swimming in the spring waters, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, and, occasionally, canoeing in the waters can also be enjoyed at Lodi Marsh State Natural Area.
If you’re willing to drive about 30 minutes, you’ll reach Devil’s Lake State Park in Baraboo. If it’s your first time visiting, stop by the nature center and check out the 3D model of the park. Providing an aerial view of the area, you’ll see what’s in the park and decide what you want to explore. Visit the ice age and geology exhibits in the nature center to learn how Devil’s Lake was created. During the summer, the nature center has programs scheduled for every day of the week. After learning about the park, experience it in real-time on 29 miles of nature trails and 1.5 miles of accessible trails. Get on Devil’s Lake and do a little boating, canoeing, kayaking, swimming, SCUBA diving, or fishing. Other popular activities include bicycling, rock climbing, hunting, trapping, and camping. During the winter, delight in cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, and ice fishing.
If you're RV camping at Smokey Hollow Campground during the fall, be sure to check out the local award-winning farm and corn maze. Offering fun for people of all ages, the farm boasts a horse-drawn wagon, pumpkin patches, hayrides, and more. Climb over bales of hay, eat caramel apples, or try the rock climbing wall. There are also games like pumpkin slingshot, corn hole, and scavenger hunts. Want to see farm animals up close and personal? Visit the petting zoo to learn about their behavior and training.
Do you appreciate an occasional fright? If yes, the Dells Ghost Boat is the thing for you. Wisconsin Dells legend tells of ancient canyons deep in the rocky banks of the Wisconsin River. According to these legends, creepy and eerie things haunt the passageways of these canyons. See for yourself as you journey up the river on a boat and walk through the shadow-haunted passages. The attraction is open all summer and on weekends in September and October.
If you prefer something a little less terrifying when you book an RV in Columbia County, try the winery in Poynette. The winery covers 40 acres and features some of Wisconsin’s finest wines. Come visit for a wine tasting, or check out one of the regularly-scheduled events. Delicious wine in a tranquil atmosphere, adults won’t want to leave after visiting this scenic, relaxing spot just a short drive east of Smokey Hollow Campground.