VIKING VILLAGE CAMPGROUND AND RESORT

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VIKING VILLAGE CAMPGROUND AND RESORT 608-873-6601 <-Click to Dial
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VIKING VILLAGE CAMPGROUND AND RESORT is a RV Park in or near the town of Stoughton. It is a mostly medium park with a listed 77 spots to park your RV. This park does not seem to have pull thru sites. Do not worry too much about the length of your very large camper since the sites are built for large RVs. You will be able to connect your RV to electric. You will be thrilled to know that 50 amp service is provided. For the true RV experience – water hookups are provided – much better than camping in a tent! Sewer connections are provided. Be prepared to actually put the computer down and enjoy your coffee as there is no 802.11 Wireless Internet. We have no idea of the over the air TV, but we do know that no Cable TV is provided. Go ahead and bring along little Sparky since this park is Animal Friendly. Not sure this is a good thing for a high class RV experience, but tent camping is allowed. Swimming pool access is a nice touch for this park. Some shade trees do exist, which also make the park more scenic and attractive. If you ever get near Stoughton make sure you stop on by the VIKING VILLAGE CAMPGROUND AND RESORT.



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