Highland Ridge

Eau Galle Lake

Highland Ridge overlooks the sparkling Eau Galle Reservoir located in Spring Valley, in western Wisconsin. The area boasts 648 acres of scenery with numerous opportunities for recreation, including fishing, canoeing and plenty of hiking. Horseback riders enjoy the trails around the lush region.

Highland Ridge has fourty-six campsites (thirty-five with electric) including eight walk-in tent sites. Showers, trash/recycle stations, an interpretive building, water fill stations, dump station, and a playground are all available for campers. During the summer, weekly interpretive programs are presented on Saturday evenings by the Park Rangers.

Highland Ridge; Equestrian Loop has ten electric campsites. Manure pits, hitching posts, vault toilets, water fill stations, dump station, and garbage/recycling stations are available for campers.

Need to Know

Natural Features

The 35-mile Eau Galle River feeds into 150 acre Eau Galle Lake, which is surrounded by steep hills and bluffs. The campground is opposite the dam on the north side of the small reservoir. The area is set in a heavily wooded area that provides a welcoming habitat for native plants and animals.

Nearby Attractions

Highland Ridge is minutes from Spring Valley Golf Course, Crystal Cave, Cady Cheese Factory, Red Cedar Bike Trial, Vino in the Valley, Nugget Lake, Wakanda Water Park, Maple Leaf Orchard and Goven's Farm.


Hikers can enjoy the 7 miles worth of trails, along with overlook seating areas and a swimming beach. Horseback riders have a variety of trails to choose from. Fishermen cast their reels year-round. Kayaking, canoeing, and electric-motor boating are common.

Contact Information


Eau Galle Project Office W501 Eau Galle Dam Road SPRING VALLEY WI 54767


Highland Ridge Campground N2100 Dugan Road Spring Valley WI 54767

Phone Number

For campground inquiries, please call: 715-778-5562

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Driving Directions

Interstate 94 east from Minneapolis/St. Paul to Exit 24. Take County Road B at Exit 24 south approximately 2 miles. Follow highway signs east on County Road N for another 2 miles until it intersects County Road NN. Go south on NN for 2 miles until campground entrance sign, turn right onto Dugan Road.

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