Oakdale KOA in Oakdale, Wisconsin

After our hike with Laurie and Adam, we had to make tracks to get to Oakdale KOA before dark.  Visiting with them was a priority, but September was winding down.  Most campgrounds in Wisconsin close at the end of the September and some close right after Labor Day.  Fortunately the Oakdale KOA was still open.

We arrived at the Oakdale KOA just before dusk.  As we drove south, the sky cleared up and the weather was lovely, although getting colder.  We chose this campground because it was close to I-90 but not too close to the madness that is Wisconsin Dells.  Of course, Wisconsin Dells at the end of the September is very different from Wisconsin Dells in July or August.

The Oakdale KOA is a lovely and clean place to spend the night.  The office was closed when we got there, but we picked up our check-in information from the kiosk.  There was only one other RV staying in the campground, so it was exceptionally quiet.  Which was a good thing, because Tom and I were tired after a long day traveling.  Tom got us set up in short order and we took a few laps around the campground to stretch our legs before it got too cold.

Oakdale KOA looked like a wonderful place to stop in the summer.  They have a pool and a nice playground.  The camping cabins looked like they were new.  The sites are spacious and some of them have patios with lawn furniture and elevated fire pits.  The sites were even more spacious with only two RVs in the park.  You take that half and we will take this half . . .  WiFi was also very good with only two of us using it.  The campground is open May 1 through October 15.

We enjoyed our night at the Oakdale KOA.  It wasn’t a long visit, but it was a much-needed break before continuing our journey south the next day.