Our second stop in our Spring getaway was Buckhorn State Park (first stop was Mirror Lake State Park). When we’re gone for longer than a weekend I like to move around a bit to explore other areas to make the most of a trip. So after spending a few days in Baraboo – we headed North just a ways over to Buckhorn State Park in Necedah, Wisconsin.
The park has over 6,990 acres and sits on a peninsula on Castle Rock Lake. There is a number of hiking trails, mostly easy strolls through the trees.
Being it was off season, the campground wasn’t that crowded so it was a nice quiet place to relax for a few days. We had a large pull through site that offered a great view of prairie.
Aside from hanging out at the campground and hiking around the state park, we took a little drive over to Mills Bluff State Park. Which was really small and not open – boo. So we ended up driving around the countryside enjoying the winding hilly roads of central Wisconsin.
Trip Stay: Destination
Access: a ways off the highway.
Hook Ups: 50 amp (no water/sewer)
Site: Fairly spacious between sites.
Level site: Yes
Site Type: Pull-through
Online Reservations: Yes (you can choose your site online)
Website: Reserve America