Overview of Ice Age Campground
Ice Age campground has only non-electric campsites. It has two sections, both north of County Road DL. Lower Ice Age (sites 301-390) is partly wooded and partly open and grassy. There is a concession-operated campground store in the lower campground. Upper Ice Age (sites 401-535) is completely wooded. There are three sites available for people with disabilities. The Ice Age campground is about one mile from the lake. Most campers in this campground use tents or pop-up campers, although recreational vehicles also are allowed. There are two running water restroom and shower buildings and seven pit toilet buildings.
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Last Price Paid: $30
Reported by Megan on 5/18/2022
Number of Sites 194
Pad Type asphalt
Elevation 1,017 ft / 309 m
Max Stay 14
Tent Camping Yes
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Reviews of Ice Age Campground 1 person has reviewed this location.
“Decent campsite with great nearby amenities and activities”
Amenities and activities: Devil's Lake State Park is a great place to spend a couple of days! There are lots of hikes and even some decent views. We were at the Lower Ice Age Campground, which is within walking distance of the north shore (~20 minutes). So, it has easy access to on-water activities (water craft rentals) and the trails. I'd recommend it, especially if you have a family or are new to camping. If you happen to forget something on your trip, the store on-site is sure to have it!
Campsite: The campsite was small, fine for parking our single tent and car. Nowhere was totally flat, so we ended up slipping a little in our sleep. I would camp here again, but I'd look for a different site with less flora close to the ground, as it was super buggy and there's no privacy here anyways. At night, we could hear a lot of traffic going by, but this might just be unavoidable at this state park.
Lastly, we got unlucky with our neighbors as they were blasting a religious fundamentalist podcast very loudly. Please be considerate of your camping neighbors, and don't do this!
Megan would stay here again
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- dry camping
- recreation trail
- swimming beach
- fire ring
- picnic table
- dump station
- general store
- ADA Accessible
- restrooms: flush
- water available
One of the best sites in Northern Lights Campground and Devils Lake State Park
Good place for off season camping. Many fun hiking trails.
Friendly Staff, Large Campsites, and very clean
Great for kids!!
- KTown Santa
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