Follow the Golden Rule. Please treat your fellow campers with respect and courtesy.
Drunken/disorderly conduct will not be tolerated !Indian Trails is a family campground, NOT a drinking/party campground. If someone in your party has had too much to drink they shall remain at your site for their own safety and not be disruptive to other guests. If they are out wandering around the campground at any time day or night they will be told to leave and not allowed to return. We will have the Columbia County Sheriff’s Department remove anyone who is a problem.
QUIET TIME is strictly enforced. QUIET TIME is from 10 p.m. to 8 a.m. Sunday through Thursday. QUIET TIME is from 11 p.m. to 8 a.m. Friday and Saturday. Radios and televisions outside your camper will be turned off. Your campsite shall remain quiet enough so as not to be heard by your neighbors. Minor children must be back at their site during this time. Those who chose to ignore the rules or be uncooperative with our security staff will be promptly removed from the campground by the Columbia County Sheriff’s Department.
Campfires out at 12:30 a.m.
Loud music is not allowed at any time. Please enjoy your music and allow your neighbors to enjoy their own as well.
The speed limit in the campground is 5 MPH. There are many young kids at play, so please drive slow or you will not be allowed to drive in the campground.
Everyone must STOP, come into the office and register upon arrival and pay visitor fee of $10.00 per adult(21+) and $5.00 per child ages 5-20. Every vehicle must have a camper or visitor pass hanging from the rear-view mirror before going into the campground. Visiting guests must depart before 9:00 p.m. Any unregistered guests will be subject to double the fee or asked to leave. Please advise guests of the no motorcycle policy. All motorcycles must be kept at the entrance. Only two vehicles are allowed per site so guests may have to park in an overflow area.
NO CARRY IN FIREWOOD PLEASE. Please Buy it where you burn it. Please purchase our bug-free USDA certified heat-treated kiln dried firewood at the campground. To help prevent the spread of gypsy moth, emerald ash borer and oak wilt, USDA, and WDATC Certified firewood families sold here at a minimal markup to cover our costs. This is a serious problem and we ask our campers to take it seriously too. Please help us protect our trees and protect the beauty of the campground. We plant 20 to 100 new trees annually to help keep the campground nice and sites shaded. Indian Trails has contracted with a firewood supplier that is certified by the Wisconsin Dept of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection and the US Department of Agriculture to provide “certified” firewood for our customers at the lowest cost possible. Please enjoy a campfire with your family knowing you are doing your part to protect the environment. Visiting or singing around a blazing campfire and roasting marshmallows are among the experiences that make for a memorable camping trip in a nice wooded setting, of course.
Extra Tent for kids. If there are only one or two adults registered on the site, then one extra tent may be setup up for kids at no extra charge. If there are three or more adults, then an extra tent is $50 per night in addition to the extra adult $10 fee per adult. A maximum of 6 adults(21+) registered per site.
Motorcycles, mini-bikes, mopeds, golf carts, ATV’s, powered kids riding toys, etc. are NOT allowed in the campground. Guests arriving on motorcycles must leave them at the office and walk to your site. Other LOUD vehicles (as determined by ITC Management) are not allowed.
Pets are welcome here if they are kept on a 6′ leash, never left alone, cleaned up after and are very quiet. No pets allowed in rental units. All dogs must be tagged and registered upon arrival. Failure to follow the dog rules may result in a $20 fine. You must have physical control over your dog at all times. Per Columbia County Ordinance all dogs must be restrained and controlled at all times. No pets allowed in cabins.
Concealed Carry only with a permit – Absolutely NO OPEN CARRY. Otherwise no firearms or weapons of any type. No BB/Pellet guns, paintball guns, bow & arrows, or slingshots.
Fireworks are strictly prohibited. Possession or use will result in eviction without refund. Floating paper sky lanterns are not allowed.
Maximum of two cars per site for registered campers. Please use overflow parking areas.
This is a family campground so language fit for campers of all ages is required. Profanity will not be tolerated. Yes, guests have been charged with disorderly conduct and removed from the campground for profanity.
Bikes ridden after dark must have a white light facing forward capable of illuminating the riders path.
Bass and Walleye fishing is catch and release only. Please use barbless hooks. Minnows, chubs, shiners etc. are not allowed. Indian Trails fishing lake is a voluntary lead-free fishing tackle lake as part of the DNR Lead Action Plan.
No gas motors allowed on the fishing lake. Electric trolling motors are OK.
Drones are not allowed.
Gathering of firewood or cutting of trees or branches and shrubbery is prohibited.
Our staff patrols the campground during the day and night to provide any assistance you may need. We provide 24 hour on site management.