I agree that the Dells is a fun place. We just came home from one of the indoor waterparks there. The place is starting to come alive, but if you are going after Memorial Day--check ahead for a campsite as it gets very busy. Baraboo has the circus train and circus.
Stop in Baraboo at Fox Hill RV Park. It is a PA park. Nice place to stay and reasonably priced. Then visit the Circus World Museum in Baraboo. Whole family will enjoy it. Also along with museum have a circus program that is real good. Of course the Dells offers plenty to do. Best to spend about 3-4 days in the area. Water parks, duck boat trips on the river. Enjoy, our grandkids did. Ages 9, 7,4 and before that 8 yo twin boys.
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When you are on I-39, you will pass through Rock Cut State Park in Loves Park Illinois, just before you get to the Cheddar Curtain (IL/WI line).
Exit from I-39 at IL 173 and go West 1/4 mile to the park entrance.
Camping with electric only is $25/night.
There is a BRAND NEW "2 holer" dump station. When I left there a few days ago, I was the first one to us it.
To see it on your Google map, zoom in, pan as necessary and switch to 'satellite view'.
The campground is frequently full on weekends during racing season; it is less than 1/2 mile from the Rockford Speedway.
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