Lake Joy Campground is proud to be part of the Tri-County ATV Trail System, and we welcome all campers who want to ATV and enjoy the beautiful southwest Wisconsin countryside. As part of the trail system, we adhere to all Wisconsin All-Terrain Vehicle Rules. If you are unfamiliar with these rules, we have free pamphlets from the DNR that you may obtain at the campground office. In addition, we have ATV rules that are enforced on the campground for the safety of all of our campers. We appreciate your cooperation in adhering to these rules which will maintain a safe and courteous environment for all campers.
No ATV's with altered mufflers or non-stock mufflers are allowed on the campground.
You may only use your ATV for transportation from your campsite to the trails and back to your campsite from the trails. ATV’s may not be used on the campground for any other purpose.
Helmet use is required at all times by riders 18 years of age and younger.
Speed limits are 10 mph; drive single file & and remain on right side of the road.
Children under the age of 16 must be accompanied by a parent at all times while driving an ATV on the campground.
ATV’s may be driven only on paved roads to your campsite or on the gravel road to the campsites located in the primitive tent area.
ATV’s are not allowed on the dam, the north side of the lake or in the fenced area located behind the main shower house.
ATV’s may not be operated during the campground’s quiet hours of 11pm-9am
ATV riders are expected to operate their vehicles as quietly as possible to maintain a relaxing campground environment.
ATV’s and protective gear may be washed off at the dump station located next to the office.
We sell gasoline for your ATV at the office.
If you need registration for your ATV in Wisconsin, it can be obtained at: