Open April 1 - October 31
4859 County Road V
De Forest, WI 53532Get Directions
RV Sites, Tent Sites
Check-in: 12:00 pm, Check-out: 12:00 pm
Accommodations, For Deluxe Cabins & Rentals
Check-in: 3:00 pm, Check-out: 11:00 am
For RV & Tent Sites Check In 12 Noon; Check Out 12 Noon. For Rental Units & Deluxe Cabins Check In 3:00 PM; Check Out 11 AM. Please let us know by 10:00 am if you would like to extend your stay.
Open April 1 through October 31. Current office/game room hours 8 AM to 5 PM. Our last night of camping for the season will be October 31, 2018. Laundry Room: OPEN 24 HOURS. Swimming Pool: Memorial weekend to Labor Day weekend
Campfires are allowed at our campground and we will be happy to bring you a fire ring upon request and place it on the appropriate location at your site. Please do not move the fire ring onto the grass or between RV's. There is a ban on bringing firewood into the campground from outside a 10 mile radius. We have fire wood for sale in the store.
In case of severe weather, please go to the restrooms for shelter.
Please leave enough room on your site to park your towed/tow vehicle either behind or in front of your RV. PLEASE do not park in the grass. If your vehicle will not fit on the site we have extra parking available for your convenience. If you have an oversized tow or towed vehicle, you are tandem towing or have an extra vehicle with you please let us know when you make your reservation. If you have guests visiting while you are staying with us please have them check in at the store so we can direct them on where to park their vehicle. Please do not put rugs/mats on the grass.
Our quiet hours are from 10:00 pm to 7:00 am. Please respect the privacy of our campers and do not walk through occupied sites. For the safety of all of our guests (big, small, 2 legged and 4 legged) please observe our 5 MPH speed limit.
You are welcome in our campground and we hope you enjoy our K9 park. Just make sure you remind your owners to keep you on a leash when you aren't in the K9 park and they need to bring along those "bags" when they take you out for your walk. No matter where you stop to "do your duty" they need to pick up after you. Also...remind them to pick up one of those dog bones when they check in to the campground.
At the Madison KOA you'll receive top-notch customer treatment.Arnold & Terri Bernatchy have been business owners for over 25 years. They owned an auto parts store in Nebraska, and for the last 6 years were the proud owners of a KOA campground in Montana. They really enjoy meeting all of the wonderful people who are traveling through the US, both from our great country, and guests from around the world.