Natura Treescape Resort houses some of the area’s first tiny vacation homes. Dine on the picnic table, sit outside around the firepit and watch the stars come out, then head inside for a cozy, comfortable night’s sleep. The tiny homes sleep four. The resort also has treehouses with bunk beds that sleep four. So fun! There’s also Yogi Bear Camp-Resort with Northwoods-style retro cabins and even a glamper yurt.
Also in the category of cozy are the B&Bs in the area. Bowman’s Oak Hill Bed & Breakfast, LLC gets you out in the countryside, with cottage rooms that are especially charming. The Ringling House Bed & Breakfast in Baraboo is a Colonial Revival estate on the National Historic Register with six guest suites. And yes, this was once the home of the Charles Ringling circus family. Victorian Manor Bed & Breakfast in Mauston is an 1895 Queen Ann beauty with original woodwork and hardwood floors throughout. For a modern B&B experience, there’s Inn at Wawanissee Point in Baraboo, with panoramic views to Lake Wisconsin and the valley below.
Now let’s jump to accommodations that allow large groups to spread out, and this is where the waterpark resorts really shine. Take the freestanding cabins at the Wilderness Resort, the spacious condos at the Kalahari Resort, and the vacation home rentals at Chula Vista Resort. Looking for an option with golf, dining and water recreation all right there? Spring Brook Resort is perfect!
Perhaps the most palatial of all are the Lake Delton Waterfront Villas, with your own private beach on Lake Delton. The largest of these has five bedrooms and five bathrooms with full kitchen, great room, dining area, and large deck. Talk about room to spread out!