The following campsites are available at the parks listed.
NEW STARTING IN 2015: Dane County Parks has long been on the forefront in creating enjoyable experiences for park patrons and their dogs. All camper registrations will now automatically include a daily dog permit for the duration of their stay. Campers will no longer need to purchase a separate permit for their dog.
Babcock County Park is named after Stephen Babcock, Wisconsin dairy scientist, known internationally for discovering the method for determining the percentage of butterfat found in milk.
Babcock County Park is located on the east side of Lake Waubesa at the outflow of the Yahara River near the Village of McFarland on U.S. Highway 51. The boat launch offers a fish cleaning facility and accessible fishing pier. The Park also has a 25-unit campground with electricity supplied to all sites, a fully accessible bathroom and shower, and a sanitary dump station.
Brigham County Park is located just northeast of the Village of Blue Mounds on County Highway F. This 232-acre park is named after Ebenezer Brigham, one of the first settlers in this area. The park provides a panoramic view of the Wisconsin River Valley. Park features also include a group camp area, a 25 unit rustic campground, two shelter facilities, picnic area, play equipment, and a nature trail through a maple woods.
The Park is a unit of the Capital Springs State Recreation Area, which also includes the Lewis Nine Springs E-Way and Capital City State Bike Trail. This 328-acre park has three shelter facilities, play equipment, a barrier-free boat launch with a fish cleaning facility, group camping area, wildlife pond, over-look tower, hiking and cross-country ski trails, and the Native American Archaeological Trail. The Lake Farm Park campground is fully accessible with 54 reservable sites including 39 electrical hook ups for RVs (50 amp), bathroom and shower facilities, and a sanitary dump station.
Mendota County Park is located off County Rd M near the intersection of County Rds Q and M in the Town of Westport. The park has a 30-unit campground and a 5-unit boat camping area Each site has a 30-amp electrical hook-up. Services include bathroom and shower facilities, and a dump station. Mendota County Park also offers two shelter facilities, unsupervised swimming area with an accessible swimming ramp, volleyball courts, play equipment and a shallow launch for small boats, kayaks and canoes. This park, located a few miles southwest of Governor Nelson State Park, is also a designated lake access site from December through March.
The 427-acre park is best known for its five shelter facilities and ample open space for large group picnics and outings. Recreational facilities include five volleyball courts, equestrian trails, miles of hiking and cross country ski trails, a 27-hole disc golf course and a 43-unit campground, plus a group camp area. Special facilities accommodate people with disabilities such as a fishing pier, two playgrounds and an elevated boardwalk through a sedge meadow marsh. It also offers winter access to Dane County's 274 miles of snowmobile trails.