Where to Stay

Sauk County is dotted with amazing places to rest your head in between adventures. With each one cultivating its own unique experience, the range of places to stay includes hospitable bed-and-breakfasts, bustling hotels and resorts, and away-from-it-all guest ranches and farm inns. No matter your needs, Sauk has a resting spot ready to welcome you.

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Ho-Chunk Casino

Go all in at Sauk County’s one-of-a-kind casino. Ho-Chunk promises to exceed your expectations with stellar service and unmatchable experiences. With more than 1,300 slot machines, 20 table games, and off-track betting, you’d be hard-pressed to find another gaming floor in the Midwest with as much action.

Beyond gaming, Ho-Chunk excites with live shows, great food, and an on-site resort complete with elegant design, luxe amenities, and an indoor pool. Wanting to bring the kids? Inquire about Ho-Chunk’s Kids Quest, a supervised children’s entertainment hub where the little ones have as much fun as you do.

Hotels, Motels, & Inns

Traditional hotels, motels, and inns abound in Sauk County. No matter where your vacation, day trips, or visit takes you, there is always a fantastic place nearby where you can get some quality rest.

There’s The Usonian Inn, a cozy spot that’s been welcoming guests for almost 70 years now. The Inn at Wawanissee Point, a dreamy establishment with the best view of Wisconsin, is a must-visit. And the beautifully decorated White Rose Hotel, located in the city center, is surely the pick of the crop.

Bed & Breakfasts

Looking for something off the beaten path? You’ll have no problem finding an open bed when you stay at one of Sauk County’s warm and inviting bed-and-breakfast spots.

Find vintage charm at the Ringling House Bed & Breakfast, Victorian regality at Steampunk Manor, and rustic beauty at The Mill House.

With personalized hospitality and the aromas of hot coffee and warm breakfast beckoning, you’ll feel as if you were at home — or better.

Cabins & Ski Resorts

Alpine adventures are calling, so you’re going to need a cozy spot to rest up in between ski runs and mountain hikes. Offering activities and a warm fireplace every month of the year, Sauk County’s cabins and ski resorts are the perfect respites.

Curl up at Devil’s Head Resort, a premier location for skiing, golfing, and more. Prepare for sunsets so pretty they almost hurt atop Cascade Mountain. Or try out a cozy Rustic Ridge cabin.

Condos & Vacation Rentals

Pack up the whole family and get away to a rental home in Sauk County. With more space, architectural features, and not having to split up your crew over several hotel rooms, there are myriad advantages to staying in a rental.

A few worthy of your attention include Devil’s Lake Grand Cabin, a spacious chalet that sleeps 12 comfortably, and Hay Creek Cabins, a private 40-acre reserve with cabins ranging in size and features (Jacuzzi, anyone?). Of course, you can always find the perfect home away from home on Airbnb.

Guest Ranches & Farm Inns

For a rural alternative to the hotel on Main Street, try a Sauk County guest ranch or farm inn. There are many just waiting to welcome you home.

Valley Springs Farm, a tranquil B&B just minutes from the 400 Bike Trail, promises peace and quiet — and the occasional peep from the on-site farm animals. September Farms, despite its moniker, offers a place to rest your head anytime of year. The sprawling county estate also has a wraparound porch, fireplace, and great views of the farmland.

If it’s solitude and privacy you’re after, book a cottage at Pinehaven, 22 acres of charm nestled in a pine grove and the Baraboo bluffs.

Campgrounds & RV Parks

Planning a camping trip in Sauk County? You have more than 100 campsites to choose from. With a mix of private and public grounds, you’ll be sure to snag one you love.

There’s Merry Mac’s Campground, a family-friendly haven just packed with things to do (see: swimming pool, volleyball, dunk tanks). And Skillet Creek, where happy campers revel in RVs, tents, and cabins. For a pet-friendly spot, head to Fox Hill, where the pups get to enjoy just as many activities as their humans.

No matter where your rig takes you, some words of advice: Don’t forget the marshmallows!

Explore Things to Do

Sauk County’s vast natural terrain offers the ideal playground for outdoor enthusiasts. But there’s also a variety of other activities, from art galleries and museums to amusement parks, festivals, and fairs. So start exploring.

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