Yukon Trails

Yukon Trails Camping in Lyndon Station, Wisconsin
We visited this park on June 12, 2014, and stayed for 20 day(s).

Located just 10 minutes from Wisconsin Dells attractions, Yukon Trails is convenient, comfortable and rustic. We’re nestled between tall pine trees on a spacious site with water and electric hookups, and setting on a level sand pad. It’s busy here on the weekends, but extremely quiet throughout the week.
Yukon Trails sign at night.

This is a large Encore park, with a reasonable mix of transient and seasonal sites. Most of the seasonal sites are well maintained and in dedicated sections.
Fishing pond at Yukon Trails in Lyndon Station, WI.
Gerald tossed his hook into the fishing pond on several occasions, hoping to get a tug from one the large Northern Pike rumored to be there. We enjoyed the heated pool several times with and without our grandchildren. The littlest kiddos also enjoyed an adjacent splash pad and wading pool. There’s a nine hole mini-golf course, but you have to pay to use it ($3/person)and the holes aren’t numbered. The last one (which in our grandkids’ case was the third one used) eats the golf ball. That was the only letdown, however. The kids spent most of their time at the playground.

Ruby parked at Site 109, Yukon Trails.

There is no laundry facility on premises, but we found a nice laundromat in Wisconsin Dells. Nearby grocery shopping options include Miller’s Grocery Store in Lyndon Station, Festival Foods in Mauston, and Walmart in Wisconsin Dells. The park itself has a restaurant, store, lounge area, and a game room. Most weekends there is some type of activity – corn roast, pasta dinner, etc.

Most of the park is big rig friendly, but you do need to know your way around before just pulling in. The staff, while friendly, don’t understand the intricacies of making sharp turns between trees. If you follow a sensible route through the park, there’s no issue getting to your site and back out again. If you just start driving after they point you down the road with a map, be prepared for a little frustration.

Our stay here was covered by our Thousand Trails membership with no additional fees. If not for our membership, the current rate for a water/electric site would be $44.

Shari Voigt

Shari Voigt is an author, website developer, and marketing consultant. She's been working and living on the road with her husband Gerald since July 25, 2013. When she's not working on the latest marketing idea for herself or her customers, she's exploring new places and meeting new people from all over the USA.