Site is an empty lot 50x100 feet. On one side there are residential homes so please no generator usage after 9pm. Other side of the site is a road and parking lot to Springers restaurant next door. Located 150' from Lake Kegonsa and near the entrance to Lake Kegonsa State Park. There are no shade trees, and little privacy. Boat landing is 1/4 mile down the road.
No generators after 9 pm
Do not engage people in houses next to property, unless they come out and say hi first (this is quite likely to happen) I also own those houses and rent them out. I will let them know when Boondockers are set to arrive, but it's not 'me' in those houses.
Pack in pack out. No dumping. Be kind..
Drive right up to the spot. Site can be pull thru from either direction. The site is a 50 by 100 foot empty lot between Sunnyside Terrace and Sunnyside Street running parallel with Fairview Street.
It depends on which way you want your door to point how you access the site. If you want your door to face the parking lot of the restaurant, you can drive straight in from Fairview Street, just move be decorative nautical pole out of your way.
If you want your door to face the houses, or tilted a little bit towards the lake, you would want come in on Sunnyside Street as if you were coming from the boat landing, and then pull straight in the grass on the right. Smaller rigs or vans might be able to make the turn into the lot off of Fairview, but it's really easy to just drive the loop around. Although, I would pick it up before you get to Sunnyside Terrace, as that is just a gravel bumpy road.
Stay 12 feet off the split rail fence as there are buried pipes. And give some space to the folks in the blue house. Otherwise all the grass is yours. Watch out for the fire pit.
Spot is a vacant lot, 50-100 ft. You can park anywhere 12 ft off the split rail fence to 10 feet away from the house with blue siding. Watch out for the firepit.
Madison, WI is about a half hour away. Stoughton, WI is the closest town, 10 min. that has just about anything you could need. Walmart, Aldi, Walgreens, Thrift stores and a thriving, if sleepy downtown.
Lake Kegonsa is a perfect spot for visiting Madison and nearby. The parking spot is a spacious grass lot to fit even large rigs. Lake Kegonsa is just across the street. Boat ramp half mile up the road for access to the lake. Madison is a short drive away and easily accessible. Had a very pleasant visit with the host during our stay. Place to dine nearby though we did not check it out.
If you need a place to stay in the area this is the spot!