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Prairie Du Chien - Bagley, WI

11354 County Hwy X
Bagley, WI 53801

GPS: Lat: 42.969933 - Lng: -91.101524

Dates Open: May 2 to Oct 12

Direct Phone: (608) 996-2201

Email: info@jellystonebagley.com

Website: http://www.jellystonebagley.com

 

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About

Located in a wooded valley across from the Mississippi River, this Wisconsin campground features cabin rentals, tent sites and RV camping. Activities around the park include visiting Kickapoo Indian Caverns, Potosi Mines or enjoy a Mississippi River boat ride.

Campground Awards

Office Hours

Excellence Award

Year Round: 8am-10pm Daily

Map

15 miles South of Prairie du Chien on County X. Take Hwy 18 to County C & follow signs to park.

Get Google Directions to Campground

Sites & Rentals

  • 2 canyon chateaus that sleep 10 each
  • 3 bluff view lodges that sleep 6
  • Chatueaus and lodges come with complimentary golf cart and are located in quiet section of park
  • Seasonal sites
  • Wooded valley
  • Yogi Bear awaits you at our picturesque 200 site 21 cabin resort nestled in the bluffs along the Mississippi River
  • 14 Rustic
  • 84 W/E Sites
  • 102 Full Hook Up W/E/S Sites

Water Fun

  • Heated Pool
  • Swimming Pool

Play

  • Basketball Court
  • Biking Trails
  • Birthday parties with Yogi Bear
  • Jumpshot game
  • Outdoor theater
  • Planned activities
  • Gameroom
  • Golf Cart Rentals
  • Hiking Trails
  • Horseshoes
  • Jumping Pillow
  • Mini-Golf
  • Pavilion
  • Pedal Carts
  • Shuffleboard
  • Volleyball Sand
  • Wagon Rides
  • 2 Playgrounds

Convenience

  • Dog walk
  • General Store
  • Laundry Room
  • Restaurant
  • Wireless Internet (Wi-Fi)

Nearby (within 30 Minutes)

  • Biking Trails
  • Boating
  • Boating & fishing on the Mississippi River
  • Golf Course/Driving Range
  • Hiking Trails
  • Sport Lake (for Boating, Water Skiing, etc.)

Calendar of Events

May

May 02 - 04

Opening Weekend

May 09 - 11

Mother's Day Weekend

May 16 - 18

Wake Up the Bears/Pajama Weekend

May 23 - 26

Memorial Day & Heroes Weekend

May 30 - June 01

Survival of the Fittest

June

June 06 - 08

Easter Weekend

June 13 - 15

Father's Day/Rendezvous Weekend

June 20 - 22

Chocolate Lovers Weekend

June 27 - 29

Hillbilly Weekend

July

July 03 - 06

4th of July Weekend

July 11 - 13

Wet N' Wild Weekend

July 18 - 20

Christmas in July

July 25 - 27

Wild Wild West Weekend

August

August 01 - 03

Hawaiian Weekend

August 08 - 10

80's Weekend

August 15 - 17

Birthday Celebration Weekend

August 22 - 24

Rest and Relaxation Weekend

August 29 - September 01

Labor Day Weekend

September

September 05 - 07

Camper Appreciation Weekend

September 12 - 14

Greek/Family Olympics Weekend

September 19 - 21

Halloween Weekend 1

September 26 - 28

Halloween Weekend 2

October

October 03 - 05

Leaf Looker Weekend

October 10 - 12

Last Chance Weekend

 

*Events are subject to change. Please contact the park directly for event details.*

  • $25-$50
  • Rates for 2 adults & minor children
  • $6/night each extra adult
  • Reservations: 2 day minimum weekends, 3 day minimum holidays
  • Full payment with reservation
  • (MC/V/D)

Discounts: Military discount

Age Restrictions: Must be 21 to rent a campsite or cabin.

Pet Policy: Pets allowed but must be on leash and supervised at all times.

  • Kickapoo Indian Caverns

    A beautiful centuries old Indian shelter carved by an ancient underground river and glistening with onyx that guides you through marvelous stalactite chambers.

    http://www.kickapooindiancaverns.com/

  • Isle Of Capri Casino Marina & Hotel

    Join us for big city-style gaming plus the down home service of a small town along one of the most scenic areas of the Mississippi River. After the gaming excitement, relax and enjoy canoeing, fishing, hiking or just gazing at the incredible scenery.

    http://www.isleofcapricasino.com

  • Effigy Mounds National Monument

    The monument contains 2,526 acres with 206 mounds of which 31 are effigies. The visitor center contains museum exhibits, a video presentation, and book sales outlet. Visitors may look at the mounds, spectacular views from bluffs along the Mississippi River and experience more than 100 acres of prairie by walking along 14 miles of hiking trails.

    http://www.nps.gov/efmo/

  • Fort Crawford Museum

    Many people who were prominent in national history actually walked the grounds of Fort Crawford and participated in significant events that helped shape the growth of our nation. Because of its importance, Fort Crawford has been designated as a National Historic Landmark.

    http://www.fortcrawfordmuseum.com

  • Julia Belle Swain

    Capture the spirit of a bygone era?experience the sounds and excitement of a cruise on the legendary Mississippi River. Close your eyes and listen to the churning of the paddlewheel, the hiss of the vintage steam engines and the authentic steam calliope. You'll feel that you've been transported into the 1800s!

    http://www.juliabelle.com/

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