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Old 03-25-2012, 06:56 AM   #1
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Doing the Dells

Planning our first trip to Wisconsin dells in June. Staying at the KOA campground in the Ranch section I believe. Have a question if anyone could help us out. Notice there is a coupon book called passport to savings. Was wondering a) is it worth the cost and b) do you have to buy ahead of time or can you purchase them when you get there. The website for it was unclear. Thanks for any info
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Old 03-25-2012, 08:15 AM   #2
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I live in Wisconsin and have been to the Dell's several times over the years. Once your at the Dell's there are several discount books for sale or free all over the dell's I would wait till your there to buy it.

In 2011 memorial day weekend we decided we wanted to do the dell's again but because were empty nesters we wanted to be around all adult's. We found just the place, its a full resort with all activitys just for adults in fact only 21 and over are allow at the resort.

3 Bars on premise.1500 sq.ft. Party Room (available for private parties) Tiki-Bar at pool with Pool side dining
Karaoke every Fri Live Music every Sat DJ at pool every Sat 1pm-5pm
RESORT FACILITIES· Brand new 2000 sq. ft heated Pool & Hot-tub
· On premise store
· 2 no charge shower facilities
· Laundry
·2 Sand Volleyball Courts( no carry-ins)
· Horseshoe Pit( no carry-ins)
· Diesel repair and service ¼ mile for RV needs
· Easy Interstate access
· Shuttle service available for a nominal fee
WET T-SHIRT CONTEST, PUDDING WRESTLING, HORNY BLONDE CONTEST, BOOTY SHAKING CONTEST


ASK YOUR FAVORITE BARTENDER FOR A POKER RUN CARD. THERE ARE 7 STOPS . BEST 5 CARDS OUT OF HAND DEALT. CARDS NEED TO BE TURNED BY 9:30 THURSDAY. OVER $500.00 in CASH & PRIZES GIVEN AWAY EACH WEEK. 50/50 RAFFLES ALL NIGHT LONG. ALL MODES OF TRANSPORTATION WELCOME

Pool Party/DJ Bob/DJ Sponge Nutz every Saturday 1:00pm-5:00pm

Come visit our lovely bartenders out by the Tiki Bar, Soak up the sun and don't forget to sign up for Tequila Volleyball, everyone's a winner!!!

Live Music every Saturday 9:00pm-1:00am

*TIKI BAR* NOW OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK

New to the Edge O Dells "REHAB SUNDAY" located at our poolside Tiki Bar. Live accoustic music, poolside dining and refreshing summer drinks.

Camp site is $270 for the week, we had a great weekend staying there.

http://www.edgeodells.com/modules/web/index.php/id/6

They have a burn out pit at the resort everyweekend you see this http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature...&v=_LvfHiXMkBs
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Old 03-25-2012, 08:52 AM   #3
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Been there quite a few times too. Coupon books are OK if you plan on seeing/doing whatever attractions are in the book. It doesn't take long to recover the cost of the book and actually start saving money. They sell them at the visitors center and at most stores. Make sure you do the Ducks ride.
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Thanks Rod. An adult only area would be great, but we are taking our three grandkids this time so it won't quite work for us. Thanks for the tip to wait on the passbook that does take some stress out of our preplanning.
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Thanks wiscampsin. You can be sure we plan on the duck ride. Notice there are two, original and army. Do you know if one is better than the other, price looks the same. Also we plan on Noah's Ark, the Tommy Bartlett science place with the Russian rocket, the lost canyon buggy ride ( perhaps DH and I will do that one ourselves and leave kids with their mom) and the Timber Falls Adventure Park. We only have 3 full days and a half so had to be picky although we do have an option for fourth day if needed
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Phar0e,

We like the original duck ride better. IMO best seats are in the back. Tips on parking, 1st - don't let your meter run out, 2nd - parking on the main street downtown can be a hassle. We always parked in the well marked city lots down one of the sidestreets. Oh yeah, don't forget the fudge.
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