KOA Kampgrounds

For more than 50 years, Kampgrounds of America has been bringing family and friends together to enjoy all that the Great Outdoors has to offer. With nearly 500 locations in North America, there's bound to be a KOA clo...

Oakdale KOA

Tomah, Wisconsin

The 22-acre Oakdale KOA offers interstate convenience, shade trees and long, level gravel Pull-Thru RV Sites for big rigs (50-amp service is available at most pull-thru sites). You'll find free Wi-Fi and satellite TV, a heated pool, a game room with a pool table, a pavilion for group events and a modern playground with a covered shelter for parents. This KOA offers a Jump Pad, one-room Cabins, Deluxe Cabins and family activities. Enjoy ice cream socials and pancake breakfasts most weekends during season. Bring the bicycles for some great rides. The campground is 5 miles from a 12-mile spur trail that connects to the acclaimed Elroy-Sparta Bike Trail with its tunnels up to a mile long. This KOA is also connected to accessible UTV/ATV roads. Motorcyclists will enjoy the scenic rides. Join in the fun at Warren's big cranberry festival in late September. Pool: Memorial Weekend - Labor Day Weekend. Max pull thru: 80 feet. Your hosts: Joe & Donna Kravetsky.

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