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Accessibility Statement

Fox Lake Campground, is committed to providing a website that is accessible to the widest possible audience, regardless of technology or ability. Please be aware, our efforts are ongoing as we incorporate relevant improvements to continue to meet WCAG 2.0 guidelines over time. 


If you have specific questions or concerns about the accessibility of this website or need assistance in using the processes found within this site, please contact us at 218-586-2231 or by email  If you do encounter an accessibility issue, please be sure to specify the specific Web page giving you an obstacle, and we will make all reasonable efforts to make that page accessible quickly. In the mean time, you may call the office line to access information.

The majority of modern computers will open PDF documents automatically, but you may need to download Adobe Acrobat Reader to view PDF menus or files on this website.

If you have a specific question regarding the reservation software, Bonfire, please contact them directly at or 214-631-9281.  (Bonfire is a third party software that handles reservations. We have no control over their software, format, images, processing or accessibility).  You can also call your reservation in to our office at 218-586-2231.


Fox Lake Campground was built in 1960, during simpler times. Previous owners (prior to 2019) took some action to make the buildings and campground more accessible, but one must remember, the campground is filled with natural God-made barriers such as trees, roots, rock, dips, sticks, wetlands, and hills... Sites were also tried to be made as flat as possible without destroying the natural beauty of the land. There are many sites that would be difficult to navigate with a wheel chair.


The Haugen family purchased the campground in 2019. No building renovations have been made since the change of ownership, but the former owners took some steps to remove some accessibility barriers:

  • Installed a wood ramp going up to the Outlook Deck for everyone to enjoy a view of the lake.

  • They ramped the walkway to the bathrooms. The walkway is ramped with in-ground bricks, so it's not completely smooth, but it is improved from the dipped and uneven ground.

  • The shower house/restroom facility is older, but there is a high toilet and grab bars in one bathroom stall in each of the women's and the men's bathroom to assist in maneuvering around in the stall. 

  • There is one sink in each of the restrooms that is controlled by handles. The rest of the sinks have pushdown knobs to release the water. 

  • In the last shower stalls, the shower heads are detachable and can be hand-held if desired.

  • There are stable stools in each of the shower stalls.

  • New lower towel dispensers were installed (by the Haugens) in the restrooms so people don't have to pull down on a handle. The towels self-dispense. 


If you have any accessibility questions we'd love to chat! If our campground is a place you might like to try and you're hesitant, we would be glad to send pictures of anything you would like to see ahead of booking.

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