Bass Lake Campground

N1497 Southern Rd., Lyndon Station, Wisconsin, 53944, United States | Campground
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Travel Blogs from Lyndon Station

Camping with the fam-- Bass Lake/Yosemite

A travel blog entry by cmedancing

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Devin and I spent three nights under the stars with the fam in Bass Lake.  It was a surprise birthday present for my Mom and we all had a great time.  Bass Lake is as beautiful as ever and since it's not quite tourist season yet we had much of the park to ourselves.  Mom taught us a new game, Mexican Dominoes... what fun!  And we went to Yosemite …

Our trip begins

A travel blog entry by zacandclaire

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Left home a little after 11am courtesy of a so called "limo service".... AKA a Buick, that because it's black, some how resembles a limo. Although, semantics aside, for a being a limo service the baggage handling left a little something to be desired, but the price was right. Thanks Rick and ...

Wisconsin Dells, a Place of Great Extremes

A travel blog entry by jandjontheroad

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Sept. 17th (Tues) drove to Wisconsin Dells. Hadn't heard of it but was told there would be lots to do and see there. The biggest 'fun and games' town ever seen. Many huge water parks, roller coasters, miniature golf places, Ripley's Believe it or not, etc. Loads and loads of Motels and resorts. A kid's paradise really.




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Wheaton, IL to Wisconsin Dells, WI

A travel blog entry by carol_fred

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... Veteran hat. The girl behind the counter saw it and said, "No charge for Veterans". How nice is that? Fred made a donation to them instead to help keep the railroad going. The trip went through the woods and over two very large ravines. At the end of the track, we all got off to hear a talk about this railroad line, the engine and railroading in general. While that was happening, the engine was detached, swung ...

Baraboo-nanza

A travel blog entry by clara.sayre

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Baraboo is one of the holy cities of the clown/circus world and since we were only 2.5. hours from there on Friday, we knew we had to go. We visited Circus World, where our friend Neil clowns, and spent time and money at the International Clown Hall of Fame in downtown Baraboo, which boasts a stunning collection of one-of-a-kind ...

     

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