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Mirror Lake State Park


E10320 Fern Dell Road
Baraboo, WI 53913
608.254.2333
paul.zajackowski@dnr.state.wi.us
http://www.dnr.state.wi.us/org/land/parks/specific/findapark.html
6 Reviews
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The location of Mirror Lake is great, only 10 minutes to all of the dells attractions. The park rangers and camp hosts were very helpful and friendly. The park and facilities were nice and clean. The shower building was clean and nice. There is a nice little fishing pier and a small swimming beach and playground. The only downsides, were that the campsites were not very secluded. You can see everyone around you. During the week this was not a big deal as there were very few campers there, but on the weekend it was full and felt more like a big tail gate party than a camping trip in the woods. Consider going during the week. Also at night you can hear alot of traffic noise from I-94. Its a shame, because it is such a beautiful park, but it really is hard to ignor that traffic noise at night. We were in campsite #92 which was close to the pit toilets and close to the trails to the beach and boats. The location was great. All in all it was a great place to camp and we would go back again.

Received from Susan for visit in Jul 2012


Site Number:
Stay Again? YES
Just wanted to say thanks to the review that suggested 128E great site! Love the park stayed in June of 2012 beautiful!

Received from andy for visit in Dec 2011


Site Number: 128E
Stay Again? YES
Mirror Lake is a great state park. It has several activities and is close to all the Dells fun. It is secluded from all the hustle. The sites are great and well kept. The beach is nice, but the lake itself is very weedy and covered in alge growth. It probably is better for fishing than swimming. But the kids don't seem to mind. There are many beautiful hiking trails and the staff was helpful. The bathroom were always nice and clean with no wait for showers.

Received from Mark Fortin for visit in Apr 2009


Site Number: 92
Stay Again? YES
Fantastic state park about 3 miles from Wisconsin Dells. Lots of hiking and things to do. The swimming area was very clean but very small and the water was great. A small fishing pier with access to canoes and kayaks (to rent), Showers were well kept. Most of the sites we checked out were large but many seemed to have hard camping pads. Close enough to the Dells to enjoy all the attractions, but far enough away that you can stay away and enjoy the park!! Also, plenty of places to buy wood at a good price and only 2 miles from a Super Wal-Mart in case you forget anything. Mosquitos were non-exsistant, but it was late in the summer and they may pose a problem ealier in the season. Sites 201, 202, 203 & 204 didn't have electric, but they were huge with open skies for gazing!!

Received from Paul G for visit in Sep 2008


Site Number: 204
Stay Again? YES
Mirror Lake is very popular due to its proximity (three miles) to the Wisconsin Dells. But don't get this park confused with the waterparks, go-carts, fudge shops or ducks that you'll find on the other side of the interstate. Mirror Lake is a beautiful state park campground where you'll find a picturesque lake surrounded by sandstone bluffs. Mirror Lake offers wooded campsites, boat, bike and canoe rentals and a cabin for people with disabilities. Mirror Lake has 158 wooded sites. It also has modern showers with flush toilets in each of the three separate campgrounds (Sandstone Ridge, Bluewater Bay & Cliffwood) within the state park. BEST ELECTRICAL SITES: 82E, 128E, 137E BEST NON-ELECTRICAL SITES: 83, 118/119 (dual site)

Received from Randy for visit in Oct 2002


Site Number: None
Stay Again? YES
Mirror Lake State Park is a great day use park or a good camping spot. There are mostly wooded sites, though there are some open sites and a handicapped accessible cabin. There is also winter camping, though the sites are mostly wooded. There are electrical sites available. The park has a dump station open from about May to September. There are great cross country ski and hiking trails. There is a playground area and showers. There is a beach but the lake is not always inviting for swimming. There is also a boat landing. The park is well patrolled by park staff .

Received from Diane C for visit in 2005


Site Number: None
Stay Again? YES



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