Blue Mound State Park
The Blue Mound campground is open year-round and offers 77 wooded sites, 12 bike/hike-in sites and a rustic accessible cabin for people with disabilities.
Reserve a campsite online.
Each site, including the cabin, has a picnic table and a fire ring. Toilets and water fountains are conveniently located throughout the campground. Two electric sites are accessible for people with disabilities. A modern flush toilet/shower building is across from site 30.
Accessible Sites: Sites 28 and 32 are handicap accessible sites. Both sites have electrical hook-ups, accessible fire rings and a hard-surface path that leads to the toilet/shower building. Site 28 is a hard surface. These campsites and cabin can be reserved by visitors with disabilities and provide access to the barrier-free bathroom with shower.
Bike-Hike Sites: These sites are between the Military Ridge State Trail and the Blue Mound Family Campground. New for 2020 all these sites are reservable.
No cars are allowed at these sites and visitors must hike-in or bike-in to camp.
Recycling and garbage containers are at the campground entrance.
The dump station is at the campground entrance, behind the recycling and garbage dumpster.
Rustic accessible cabin for people with disabilities
The rustic accessible cabin has a paved driveway, electrical outlets, lighting, and an accessible picnic table and fire ring. An accessible flush toilet and shower building are 200 feet from the campsite.
The cabin is designed to be wheelchair accessible and to accommodate up to four people. The cabin has one adult size double bed with a foam pad and one average size bunk bed with thin foam pads. A maximum of six people may occupy the rustic accessible cabin site, with a tent at the campsite.
Only one tent is allowed on the rustic accessible cabin campsite. Space heaters and cooking are not allowed in the cabin. Under state law, smoking is not allowed in the cabin. No pets are allowed except certified service animals.
The rustic cabin at Blue Mound State Park is reservable from May 25 to Oct. 31. Application forms may be obtained online or at the park office. For more information, contact the park office.
Part of the campground is open year-round. Firewood and tap water are available. Winter camping is walk-in or ski-in only. Parking is available at the campground entrance, but there is no vehicular access to campsites
Firewood can be purchased at the park office between Memorial Day and Labor Day during office hours. Campers may also gather any dead wood laying on the ground. Cutting of any standing tree is prohibited.
Don't move firewood! Due to the potential of carrying harmful tree pests and diseases, Wisconsin has restrictions for moving firewood.