Hixton / Alma Center KOA

A BEAUTIFUL CAMPGROUND LOCATED ON THE HISTORIC SILVERMOUND

Located between Eau Claire and Madison, WI, 3 1/2 miles off I-94 on State Hwy 95, the campground is conveniently located and allows easy access to activities in the surrounding area. We have Camping Cabins, both one and two room, one camping lodge with a bathroom that sleeps 4 and a lodge with bathroom and separate bedroom that sleeps 6. When you stay at the Hixton/Alma Center Wisconsin KOA campground you can enjoy a cup of coffee in the morning as you take a peaceful stroll through the campground's meadows and woodlands. Songbirds provide a cheerful serenade as you keep your eyes open for deer, opossums and raccoons. Accented with multiple flower variations, the campground includes an ancient Native American site called Silver Mound. The well-stocked fishing pond, heated swimming pool, giant jumping pillow and bike rentals are hits with kids of all ages. Wagon rides and ice cream socials are summer Saturday treats, plus a pancake breakfast on Sunday mornings (Memorial Day thru Labor Day). The pavilion is the perfect location to hold your anniversary parties, family reunions, rallies or meetings.

Staying here at the campground puts you close to many outdoor activities, including boating, fishing, canoeing and kayaking at Lake Arbutus and the Black River. The Trempeleau River offers great trout fishing and is just a mile away. Wazee Lake is the former site of an iron mine and is the deepest lake in Wisconsin, so it is perfect for scuba diving. Hiking, biking and ATV trails, Ho-Chunk Nation powwows, museums, antique stores and flea markets are also popular activities in the area. Campground offers FREE Wi-Fi, cable, sewer sites and friendly service. Your hosts, John and Debbie, will make sure your camping needs are taken care of. The campground store is convenient for those forgotten or needed items. RV, tent or cabin campers, this campground offers you the wonderful camping experience families use to build memories. Kids of all ages are having a great time on the new jumping pillow and we DO NOT CHARGE EXTRA for the jumping pillow!

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Campground Amenities

  • 50 Max Amp
  • 110' Max Length
  • Wi-Fi
  • Cable TV
  • (5/24 - 9/15)
  • Fishing
  • Firewood ($)
  • Pavilion
  • Bike Rentals ($)
  • Dog Park
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Ways to Stay

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Latest Hot Deal

Halloween $65.99 pkg

Our Halloween celebration is October 4th - 6th, 2019. A full hookup campsite for 2 adults and your own children under the age of 18 is a total of only $65.99 plus tax for the two night stay. Cabins not included. There will be trick or treating in costume around the campsites plus crafts, games, bingo and the famous haunted trail. Code CH for a campsite for $65.99 plus tax.

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