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Old 08-09-2012, 12:01 PM   #1
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Thumbs down Zeus Village at Mt Olympus in Wisconsin Dells

My wife and I just spend 4 nights and 5 days at the RV park at Mt Olympus in the Wisconsin Dells (Zeus Village). I have to say overall we were very disappointed.

They offer 2 different sites with full hookups for travel trailers - blacktop or gravel. You campsite is either one or the other - there is no grass.

We originally booked a gravel site because they come with campfire rings - blacktops do not. Our site had the electricity on the wrong side and our cord wasn't long enough (I don't have an extension). They moved us to a blacktop and the guy behind the counter said they would bring out a portable fire ring for us. Ok. No problem. We went to the water park - came back - no fire ring. Went to the front desk and of course it was after a shift change. Told the lady behind the counter what the guy had said and she said "Sorry - we don't do fire rings on blacktops. I don't know what the other guy was thinking". Ok. So I asked if I could go back to our old site and I would go get an extension cord. Nope. They already rented it out to another camper (who which wasn't there yet). Every night they had open gravel sites and I continuously asked if we could move and was told every time they were booked.

The water park was nice but doesn't have a lot of rides for little ones (especially my 3 year old). Food and beverages were very expensive.

The site was $78/night with 4 wristbands to the water park. It was a great value but my wife and I will camp at the Yogi next time and by day passes at The Kalahari or The Wilderness. They have more for the little kids.
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That's the kind of info I like to know ahead of time... when you get a chance, post the same info at RV Park Reviews
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My wife and I just spend 4 nights and 5 days at the RV park at Mt Olympus in the Wisconsin Dells (Zeus Village). I have to say overall we were very disappointed.

They offer 2 different sites with full hookups for travel trailers - blacktop or gravel. You campsite is either one or the other - there is no grass.

We originally booked a gravel site because they come with campfire rings - blacktops do not. Our site had the electricity on the wrong side and our cord wasn't long enough (I don't have an extension). They moved us to a blacktop and the guy behind the counter said they would bring out a portable fire ring for us. Ok. No problem. We went to the water park - came back - no fire ring. Went to the front desk and of course it was after a shift change. Told the lady behind the counter what the guy had said and she said "Sorry - we don't do fire rings on blacktops. I don't know what the other guy was thinking". Ok. So I asked if I could go back to our old site and I would go get an extension cord. Nope. They already rented it out to another camper (who which wasn't there yet). Every night they had open gravel sites and I continuously asked if we could move and was told every time they were booked.

The water park was nice but doesn't have a lot of rides for little ones (especially my 3 year old). Food and beverages were very expensive.

The site was $78/night with 4 wristbands to the water park. It was a great value but my wife and I will camp at the Yogi next time and by day passes at The Kalahari or The Wilderness. They have more for the little kids.
We went to the Dells the end of July, but instead of staying right in the action area, we camped at Baraboo Hills in Baraboo, it was $44 a night, had outdoor pool, and only a few minutes drive to the Dells, they had wooded sites with fire ring and was quiet. Our kids are too young also to enjoy the water park yet, but still took them on a Ducks ride.
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