CARRY IN FIREWOOD PLEASE. Please Buy it where you burn it. Please
purchase our bug free USDA certified heat treated kiln dried firewood at the
campground. To help prevent the spread of gypsy moth, emerald ash
borer and oak wilt, USDA and WDATC Certified firewood is sold here at
minimal markup to cover our costs. This is a serious problem and
we ask our campers to take it seriously too. Please help us protect our
trees and protect the beauty of the campground. We are working hard to
prevent loss due to these invasive pests and diseases that are harmful
to Wisconsin’s trees. We plant 20 to 100 new trees annually to help keep
the campground nice and sites shaded. Indian Trails has contracted
with a firewood supplier that is certified by the Wisconsin Dept of
Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection and the US Department of
Agriculture to provide “certified” firewood for our customers at the
lowest cost possible. Please enjoy a campfire with your family
knowing you are doing your part to protect the environment. Visiting or
singing around a blazing campfire and roasting marshmallows are among
the experiences that make for a memorable camping trip in a nice wooded
setting, of course.
Only camping one unit per
site allowed. Quite often
people make the comment there is plenty of room for two families and they
don’t mind doubling up. State law does not allow two camping units on a site
so it is required that you reserve a site for each unit (1 tent, 1 trailer,
etc). The only
exception is a tent
may be set up for minor children (under 19
years old) only if
there are no more than two adults on the site.
If there are three
or more adults then only one camping unit is
allowed and everyone
must stay in the one unit. If you have three
or more adults and
want to have more than one camping unit
then you need to
reserve two sites. There is an extra adult fee if
you have more than two adults on
a site. Kids are always free.
mopeds, golf carts, ATV's, powered kids riding toys, etc. are NOT allowed in the campground. Guests arriving on motorcycles must leave them at the office and walk to your site.
Other LOUD vehicles (as determined by ITC
Management) are not allowed.
Drunken/disorderly conduct will not be tolerated . If someone in your party
has had too much to drink they shall remain at your site for their own
safety. If they are out wandering around the campground at any time day or
night they will be told to leave and not allowed to return.
Pets are welcome here if they
are kept on a 6' leash, not left alone, cleaned up after and are very quiet.
Remember, no pets allowed with sleeping cabins rentals. Dog Deposit of $10
per dog will be returned at the end of your stay provided pet rules are
followed and no problems.
Concealed Carry only with
permit. Otherwise no firearms or weapons of any type. No BB/Pellet guns,
paintball guns, bow & arrows, slingshots.
Fireworks are strictly
prohibited. Possession or use will result in eviction without refund.
Floating paper sky lanterns are not allowed.
Maximum of two cars per site
for registered campers. Please use overflow parking areas.
This is a family campground so
language fit for campers of all ages is required. Profanity will not be
After dark all bikes must have
a working light facing forward.
Bass and northern fishing is
catch and release only. Please use barb less hooks. Minnows, chubs,
shiners etc. are not allowed. Indian Trails fishing lake is a
voluntary lead-free fishing tackle lake as part of the DNR Lead Action Plan.
No gas motors allowed
on the fishing lake. Electric trolling motors are OK.
Drones are not allowed.
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