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Red Barn Campground
Family-Oriented, providing high quality camping in a, clean, quiet and peaceful farm-like setting. Kid's (and adults) can enjoy leading animals in our Saturday morning 'small animal parade', including miniature horses, llamas, and Ickabod our sheep. Pet the rabbits, Pick an egg from the chickens. Saturday night wagon rides pulled by our team of Belgian draft horses. This 225 acre former dairy farm includes walking trails through beautiful woods and fields with many wildflowers and frequently sighted wildlife. Listen to the frogs and birds or pick strawberries in season. 70 shaded sites, including: 30 seasonal sites, 4 additional full hook-up, 30 electric and water, 6 wilderness sites, no facilities, Water/electrical hook-ups, Wood and fire pits, Large recreation hall in barn, Free hot showers, and Schwan's dairy refreshments. Farm animals to pet, Hiking trails, Horse-drawn carriage rides through woods, Hand-led horse rides, Miniature Golf with holiday tournaments. Pool table, Ping pong, Basketball, Volleyball, Birdwatching, Playground, Kids gather your own egg for breakfast, Special advanced planned activities for campers, and Horseshoes.
Hours of Operation
Open May-October 1
Located 2 miles east of Shell Lake, Wisconsin, on Cty. Rd. B, between State Hwys. 53 & 63.
Number of Campsites
Showers and Flush Toilets
Dining: Near Red Barn Campground