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Devil's Lake State Park

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We camped at the beginning of September, and it was a mostly grey weekend, but ended up being perfect for hiking, and our campsite was lovely. Driving around I noticed that not all of the campsites were as nice and tree-lined as ours, so I would suggest being really cognizant of
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We had 5 families stay at the campground for the family reunion. The lots were level for the trailer, but not level for walking from the picnic table to the camper, which I thought was weird. Don't pay for the annual State Park fee, which is how they sell the stickers, a one
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Was lots of fun for our first time out camping as a family. Spent the day at the lake. During the week they had activities for the kids if they wanted to participate along with the standard lake fun..
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This is an amazing park with a wonderful hiking trail that goes around the lake. There are 41 miles of hiking trails in the park. The highest point is 500 feet above Devil's Lake. The geology is amazing too (Baraboo Quartzite, glacial features and unique rock formations).
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Devil's Lake did not disappoint! The campsites are private, bathhouses mostly clean, the beach and trails were fun, and the memories will last a lifetime! We enjoyed the views and the weather encouraged us to sit by a fire. Know that the campsites are either around an old
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do the fire pits in the campsites have hinged grills or grates?
Dogs are allowed yes but do need to remain on a leash most of the time. There are no cabins at Devils Lake but there are cabins at other nearby campgrounds if you wanted to stay the night at a campground close by and go to Devils Lake during the day.
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"Beach area is packed all weekend. Best to go early for a spot. By 11am it is crowded."
"Pick a campsite on the outside edges. The center ones are very crowded."
"Avoid campsite 26 in the Quartzite area. If it rains, you have to negotiate a slippery, muddy slope every time you go up or down between the drive and the rest of the site."
"Book EARLY, and check the campsite maps."
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