Automatic: Adjust Up or Down arrows to your desired temperature. Do not set the A/C temperature below 65F as it may cause the A/C to stop working. If any door is ajar, the air conditioner will turn off automatically. Please do not operate the fireplace and the air conditioner at the same time.
The dryer is located on top of the washer. Open the door and load the dryer with clothes… Do not overload. Set the dryer and press the start button to begin. Clean the lint trap after each use; The lint collector is located on the inside back wall of the dryer.
The washing machine is located below the dryer in most units. Lift the lid and load the machine with clothes… Do not overload. Pour the desired amount of detergent inside (1 small box per load). Set load size and desired wash/rinse temperatures. Push in the knob and scroll to the desired settings and pull to start the wash. Washer will not operate with lid open.
Open top and insert a filter. Empty entire contents of coffee packet into filter and close lid. Fill the back opening with water. Press On/Off.
Dishwasher1. Load Dishwasher No pre-rinsing of normal food soil is required. Scrape off hard soils, including bones, toothpicks, skins, and seeds. Remove leafy vegetables, meat trimmings, and excessive amounts of grease or oil.
2. Add Detergent Add needed amount of detergent to the detergent dispenser.
3. Cycle/Select Cycle Press the Cycle/Select Cycle pad for the desired wash cycle. The light next to the Cycle/Select Cycle pad will be lit to indicate which wash cycle has been selected. NOTE: Cycle times vary based on soil level, water temperature, and options selected. The cycle may be selected with the door in the open position. The cycle will not start until the Start pad is pressed, and the door is closed within 4 seconds.
4. Select Options The light by the selected pad will be lit to indicate which Option has been selected. 5. Start Dishwasher Start Door can be open to select the desired options. Press the Start
pad and close the door within 10 seconds to start the cycle or begin the Delay Hours (on some models) countdown. The wash cycle will begin shortly after closing the door. If the door is opened, the illuminated lights will turn off if a pad is not pressed within two minutes.
To activate the display, close and open the door or press any pad.
6. Interrupt or Pause To interrupt or pause a dish cycle, slowly open the door. Opening the door will cause the wash cycle to pause. The dishwasher will beep every minute to remind
you to close the door. To restart or resume the cycle, press Start, and close the door within 4 seconds.
7. Cancel To cancel a wash cycle, press and hold the Start pad for 3 seconds and close door.
The dishwasher will drain, emit a beep sound, and the wash cycle light will turn OFF.
Run the water and turn switch on the wall. Do not put your fingers into drain/disposal. Do not put metal, glass, bones, tobacco, eggshells or greasy items into disposal.
Hair dryers can be found in the drawer under the sink or in the cabinet under the sink in each bathroom in a black bag. Plug in and press the switch to the ON position 1 or 2. Position 1 is for low and position 2 is for high.
To make ice, lower the handle or press on/off button on unit.
Fill the iron with water and turn the knob to the desired temperature. Use the ironing board for all ironing. Do not iron on beds, tables or floors.
Open the door and place food inside on the glass plate (Do not place cups of water, foil, metal or plastic inside microwave.) Enter desired minutes and press start.
Open the oven door and place food inside on middle rack (Do not place paper products or plastic inside oven.) Turn knobs to set desired temperature and press start. For timed cook, press cook time, press the hour button up/down and press start time up/down.
Turn the shower handle counter-clockwise. Handicapped units have adjustable shower heads.
Consider Mulligan’s for in-house catering for weddings, golf outings, meetings, banquets, family reunions, ski outings
No matter what the season, Mulligan’s can help you plan the perfect gathering. Christmas Mountain has many desirable locations for outdoor weddings and gatherings, as well as a banquet facility (overlooking the ski hill and golf course) that can seat up to 200.
Our facilities include meeting rooms that hold from 2 – 200.
The Oaks, a scenic, 18-hole championship golf course has been the home to many of the areas largest golf outings. Christmas Mountain’s experienced golf staff is waiting to help you plan your next golf outing. We offer full service outings including: scoring, flag events, pro challenges and tee bags to all members of the group, as well as full banquet facilities. Let the PGA professionals at Christmas Mountain help you plan your next outing.
Ski groups of all sizes are welcome. We offer large discounts and specials for school and youth programs.
Unique settings at Christmas Mountain have been used for special events and wedding ceremonies. Christmas Mountain’s staff has great ideas to help make your stay memorable and enjoyable. With advance notice, we can satisfy almost any group or individual’s special request.
For more information call 608-254-3977
Thank you for choosing to spend your vacation with us. We hope you enjoy your stay and take away many cherished memories to reminisce about for years to come. One of our top goals during your stay is the safety of you and your loved ones. Should a child or dependent adult become lost or missing, we would like you to be aware of the proper steps to take. The quicker you act, the better the chances of a faster recovery.
Code Adam is a nationally recognized missing child safety program in the United States, and thousands of department stores, retail shops, shopping malls, supermarkets, amusement parks, and museums volunteer in the program. The program was named Code Adam in memory of a young child, Adam Walsh, who in 1981 was abducted from a Sears department store in Florida. Adam’s father is John Walsh, a co-founder of the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children and host of the television show “Americas Most Wanted.” Bluegreen is proud to add its name to the long list of those participating.
Your Course of Action
If you believe that your child is missing, do not panic, but do take action immediately. Search the area checking for crawl or hiding places. Children think hiding is a game and hiding places are limitless in the mind of a child.
If you still cannot find your child after a thorough search, call the front desk at Ext. 0 and report him/her missing. You will be asked to provide the following information:
· Your name, unit number and cell phone number
· Child’s name, sex, age, hair color, eye color
· Child’s approximate height and weight
· What the child was wearing (type of clothing, color, shoes, etc.)
· Where your child was last seen
Be prepared to report to the front desk area to provide additional information if needed.
The front desk has already been instructed to immediately announce a Code Adam to the Code Adam Team as soon as they receive the report of a missing child. They will provide the team with all the information you have given them. All associates assigned to the Code Adam Team will immediately stop what they are doing and search for the child.
If the child is not found within 10 minutes of initiating the Code Adam, the front desk will contact local law enforcement and request assistance.
We hope this encounter will never take place, but would like you to know what the appropriate steps to take are, and that Christmas Mountain Village and Bluegreen will be with you every step of the way.
Best wishes for a happy, memorable and safe vacation,
The Management and Staff of Christmas Mountain Village
The Oaks course at Christmas Mountain is our championship 18 that was opened for play in 2000. Measuring 6786 yards from the back tees, this par 72 layout “can go toe-to-toe with any course in the Wisconsin Dells area,” according to the Wisconsin State Journal. The Oaks Course offers “one of the strongest collections of par 4s around” and is “a gift every golfer should get.”
The Pines Course at Christmas Mountain is perfect for golfers of all abilities. This challenging 9 hole layout measures 2881 yards from the back tees but don’t let the yardage fool you. The Pines Course is heavily guarded by towering pine trees throughout this unique and fun layout. New for 2011 was the addition of Family Tees making the Pines Course the perfect place to learn the game – yet still challenging enough for the most experienced golfers!
Everyone at Christmas Mountain Village is dedicated to delivering the best vacation experience possible. The following services are available by dialing 0 or stopping at guest services located in the registration building. We are more than happy to assist you with any special requests.
Located in the registration building. The associate on duty will be pleased to assist with reserving tee times and making dinner recommendations. Feel free to also ask about local events, music or tickets to water parks. There’s always something exciting going on in the Dells! Contact our Concierge directly by calling 608-844-8450.
The first 5 pages are free. There will be a charge of $.25 for each additional page.
Just dial 0 to schedule a wake-up call.
Lost and Found
If you’ve left an item behind, please visit www.ilefttmystuff.com and use Client Identification Number (68807) to complete the online lost item form.
Mail may be dropped off at Guest Services.
Newspapers are currently not available for purchase at the resort.
Coin-operated machines are located by the indoor pool at the Guest Check-In Building and at the Clubhouse.
For your convenience, pool towels are available in your villa. They can also be checked out at the Clubhouse or Registration Building. Pool towel exchange is available at the Clubhouse daily from 10am to 4pm.
Quiet Time Hours
Between the hours of 10pm and 6am quiet hours are observed. If you have a concern with noise levels, please contact the Guest Services at extension “0”.
Christmas Mountain Village holds a variety of activities for all ages daily. An activities schedule can be viewed on channel 22 on your TV. There is also a printed version available at the concierge desk. Activities are subject to a fee and are subject to change due to inclement weather. Contact our Activities Department directly by dialing extension 3998 for more information.
Contact the Concierge Desk for local rental agencies by calling 608-844-8450.
We proudly serve Starbucks coffee at The Mountain Cafe & Market located inside Mulligan’s Bar & Grill.
Credit Card Information
We accept Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover.
The Fitness Room is located on the lower level of the Guest Check-In Building. It is available to adults, 16 years and older, from 6am to 11pm. Key access is required. Between the hours of 6 to 9am keys must be checked out from Guest Services.
Enjoy all of the games located at the Clubhouse, Mulligan’s Bar N’ Grill, or Jolly’s (Durning the winter)
Indoor Pool & Outdoor Hot Tub/Sauna – Guest Check-In Building
Hours: 6am to 11pm. Adults only from 6 to 9 a.m.
Exposure to high heat has been known to cause health problems in small children, pregnant women, persons with existing conditions and the elderly. Please consult your physician before using these amenities. Key access is required and keys must be checked out from Guest Services.
FREE internet access is available with our compliments in the Lobby. Usage is on a first-come, first serve basis. An adult must accompany anyone under the age of 16. FREE Wireless access is also available in your unit and at Mulligan’s Bar and Grill.
We take great pride in our work. If for any reason you are dissatisfied with it, please dial 0 and let us know how we can correct the deficiency. We do not provide complimentary daily maid service but offer the following options on-site.
During during summer months (Memorial Day through Labor Day) you will ONLY be able to exchange pool towels. Takes place in the Clubhouse from 10am to 4pm ONLY.
Guests need to call Guest Services to exchange pool AND shower towels throughout the rest of the year (located on both the amenities and activities tabs).
Laundry facilities are provided at no cost for guests without laundry in their units. Cottage laundry is located at building 157, and cabin laundry is located at the pavilion near the outdoor pool. Room keys are necessary for entering. Coin laundry is located in the Clubhouse.
Daily housekeeping services are not included;.
Dane Country Regional Airport
4000 International Lane, Madison, WI 53704
Wisconsin Dells Taxi
817 Broadway, Wisconsin Dells, WI 53965
Local Grocery Stores and more
150 Viking Village Drive, Reedsburg, WI 53959
Reedsburg Area Medical Center
2000 N Dewey Ave, Reedsburg, WI 53959
St. Clare Hospital & Health Services
1605 Jefferson St, Baraboo, WI 53913
St. Clare Urgent Care
530 Wisconsin Dells Parkway S, Wisconsin Dells, WI 53965
Mulligan’s is the perfect place to kick back and watch your favorite sports teams and events on our big-screen plasma TVs. Splurge on regional favorites like Wisconsin cheese curds and delicious hot meals.
The view from Mulligan’s is simply unbeatable. Overlooking the golf course, slopes and lighted tree line, Mulligan’s welcomes you with a cozy lodge ambiance.
REGULAR WINTER HOURS
Sunday – Thursday 11 a.m. – 8 p.m.
Friday and Saturday 11 a.m. – 9 p.m.
Happy Hour 3 – 6 every day of the week with $1.00 off all drinks at the bar
Friday Night Fish Fry $18
Saturday Night Prime Rib
Served 4 – 9 p.m. Saturdays
King of $38
Our address: S944 Christmas Mountain Road, Wisconsin Dells, WI 53965
Our phone number: 608-253-1000
Check-in and out information:
Check-in: 4 p.m.
Check-out: 10 a.m.
Should you lose your key card, please notify the front desk immediately so that your lock may be re-coded. For your safety and security, I.D. will be required to have a new key made. Please return your key card to the front desk upon check-out.
No pets are allowed in our vacation homes or resort grounds except RV and Wilderness sites (limit 2 household pets). Please be considerate of your fellow owners and guests by following our no pet policy. However, we do understand they are like family. Please contact Guest Services for information about pet boarding in the Wisconsin Dells area.
Our resort is completely non-smoking.
A $300.00 Cleaning Fee will be applied if smell or evidence of smoke or pets is present in unit.
Welcome to your home away from home. Vacation is a time for fun and relaxation; however, just like at your home, safety and security begins with you. It is our goal that your time spent with us is enjoyable, which also means feeling safe and secure. Here are a few safety tips we’d like you to follow:
Inside Your Unit
On and Off the Property
If you can not leave your room please follow these steps:
MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. NATIONAL HOLIDAY WEEKEND HOURS
Friday Jan. 12 12 – 8 p.m.
Saturday Jan. 13 10 a.m. – 8 p.m.
Sunday Jan. 14 10 a.m. – 8 p.m.
Martin Luther King, Jr. National Holiday Monday, Jan. 15 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
REGULAR SKI SEASON HOURS
(Unless otherwise announced based upon weather conditions)
Monday 12 – 8 p.m.
Tuesday and Wednesday – Closed
Thursday and Friday 12 – 8 p.m.
Saturday 10 a.m. – 8 p.m.
Sunday 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Christmas Mountain Village offers the following amenities:
Daily activities are available. Please tune in to Channel 22 or click here for our activities page.
We Proudly Serve Starbucks coffee. It is available at The Mountain Cafe & Market located inside Mulligan’s Bar & Grill.
Indoor Pool/Hot Tub hours: 6 a.m. to 11 p.m.
Outdoor Pool hours: 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. (seasonally)
Please note there is no lifeguard on duty, and adults must supervise children. For safety, absolutely no glass bottles or containers are allowed on the pool deck. Safety equipment and life preservers should never be used for play. The Outdoor Pool and Hot Tub are seasonal and usually open Late May thru Labor Day. (Swim diapers are required on all children not potty trained).
Located inside the Clubhouse. Children under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult.
6 a.m. to 11 p.m.
Located in the Registration Building. The fitness room is accessible with your room key. Adults only, must be 16 years of age and older. Equipment includes an exercise bike, treadmill, universal strength machine and elliptical trainer. Consult your physician prior to beginning any exercise program.
Complimentary Wi-Fi is available to all owners. Please see you check-in packet for the access code needed to login. If you need further assistance, please dial ext. 0.
For the RV enthusiasts, Christmas Mountain Village also offers RV sites! Both back-in and pull-through sites are available for reservation with Vacation Points. Each site features an asphalt pad with water, sewer, electric and cable hookups, plus a fire ring, grill and picnic table. Shower/bath houses are available on site. One small tent permitted on each site with RV (no stand-alone tents please). Complete details below Resort Notes. Subject to availability, restrictions apply.
RV site reservations at Christmas Mountain Village may be scheduled using Points or Bonus Time for owners who wish to travel in their personal RV. These sites must be reserved by contacting an associate via online chat, or Vacation Services at 800.456.2582.
Available site types are:
No stand-alone tents are permitted on RV sites.
All sites currently have water, sewer, electric (50 AMP), and cable hook-ups. Sites do not have WIFI internet access. Owners are responsible for providing proper cables or connectors.
All sites will have a charcoal grill, fire ring, picnic table, and asphalt pad. Shower/bathhouses are available throughout the campground. Laundry facilities are available near the cottages.
Registration is available from 12:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. CT at the back gate on Lyndon Rd. Owners who do not check in by 9:00 p.m. will need to wait until the following day to check in. Check-out is 11:00 a.m.
A $25.00 fee will be assessed for fire rings not cleared prior to check-out. Charges for trash left at the campsite will be according to management discretion.
No pets are permitted.
To visit the resort page, please click here.
With summer in Wisconsin comes the threat of severe weather. Although Sauk County and Wisconsin Dells are not “Tornado Alley”, the development of severe storms and tornadoes is a possibility. Christmas Mountain Village has a weather radio at the front desk. In the event of threatening weather, the guests on the resort golf course, public areas and pools are notified and cleared.
Some helpful tips for you to remember while you are enjoying your stay in the area:
When a THUNDERSTORM threatens, be sure to get indoors. Get out of or off of the water; get off of bicycles, golf carts, etc. If you are caught outside, do not get underneath a tall isolated tree. Avoid hilltops or areas that project above the surrounding landscapes. Go to a low-lying area, such as a ravine or valley, if inside shelter is not available. Lightning is a leading killer in storms and strikes tall points and metal objects.
When severe weather is taking place, monitor a radio or TV station for the latest weather information. During severe weather situations the television weather channel will interrupt regular broadcasted shows with updates. TORNADOS are spawned from thunderstorms. There are some changes that generally will accompany a tornado. If these are noticed, it will be appropriate to take shelter. Some things to watch for are large hail, heavy rain, and increased wind speeds (in excess of 60mph).
Severe Weather Shelter Areas
The best place to go for shelter when a tornado warning is issued is the lowest level of a building, such as the basement. It is best if you can get under a structure such as a stairway to protect yourself from falling debris. In cases where a basement is unavailable, go to the lowest level of a building and get into a small room in the middle of the building. These are called “core areas”; examples of these areas would be closets and bathrooms. Most tornado injuries and deaths are a result of flying debris. It is important to stay away from doors and windows.
If you are staying in the Christmas Mountain Campground on an RV or Wilderness Camp site the nearest severe weather shelter is the shower rooms in the clubhouse, RV shower house, and the Wilderness shower house located within the campground. Other areas on property where you may seek shelter include; downstairs of Mulligan’s Bar & Grill, and in the Guest Check-In Building lower level locker rooms.
Local Radio Stations
Wisconsin Dells WNNO 106.9 FM; Reedsburg WRDB 104.9 FM or 1400 AM; Baraboo WBEE 102.9 FM.
Christmas Mountain Village is Wisconsin Dells’ only resort that offers skiing and show tubing. Joiin us when the weather gets cold and the powder is fresh on the ground. Skiers can take advantage of nine downhill runs and a wide variety of trails. Swoosh down slopes suitable for beginners as well as black diamond slopes perfect for those seeking the ultimate winter thrill. This easy-to-learn sport is a great way for the whole family to enjoy the great outdoors, get in an incredible full-body workout and burn some calories. For more slippery fun, try tubing. On-site tube rentals are available along with a conveyor tow to bring your tube back to the top of the hill.
HOURS OF OPERATION:
Ski & Tubing Hill Hours (tentative)
Mon-Fri 11 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Sat/Sun/Holiday 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Pro Shop Hours (tentative)
Mon-Thurs.: 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Sat/Sun/Holiday: 9 a.m. to 8:30 p.m.
Ski Shop Hours (tentative)
Mon. – Sunday 9 a.m.-6 p.m.
SNOW TUBING RATES: Coming soon
Two hour time slots, all ages
LIFT TICKET RATES: Coming soon
Adult – $
Junior (6-12) –
Kids under 12 – Free with paid adult
Junior (12 – 17)
Age 6 and under rental (Skis or board) –
Helmet or ski poles only –
Available for all ages Saturday and Sunday
One hour long
*Long lines at the ticket and rental counters are common. To avoid being late for your lesson time, we recommend checking in at least one hour prior to your scheduled lesson time.
Pro Shop – (608) 254-3971
Group Sales – (608) 254-3900
Facebook – facebook.com/ChristmasMountainVillage
Christmas Mountain Village
S944 Christmas Mountain Road
Wisconsin Dells, WI 53965
Code of Conduct at Christmas Mountain Village
Everyone who enjoys snow sports on and around CMV must acknowledge the inherent risk… whether on skis, snowboards, tubes or other equipment. Use common sense, show courtesy to others and anticipate dangerous situations before they arise.
In short, use personal awareness and common sense to minimize risk. Ski and snowboard in control and in groups of three or more. Understand that trail conditions can change rapidly due to the weather. Be on the lookout for indications of snowmaking, maintenance and other work activity or possible hazards. Indicators include poles, signage, flags and equipment covers. Not every hazard can be marked, and markings alone will not guarantee your safety; the onus is yours to avoid obstacles and hazards whether they are marked or unmarked. Please use caution!
Christmas Mountain Village is not responsible for any injuries you may sustain while enjoying our mountain. Failure to use good judgment, to ski or snowboard responsibly, or to follow the above code will result in a loss of skiing and snowboarding privileges. Ski, Snowboard, and engage in all outdoor activities at your own risk.
Resort Number: (608) 253-1000
Guest Services (608) 254-3940 or ext. 3940
Concierge (608) 844-8450
Housekeeping (608) 254-3940/ext. 0
Security (608) 254-3940/ext. 0
Pro Shop (608) 254-3971 or ext. 3971
Activities Department (608) 254-3998 or ext. 3998
Mulligan’s Bar & Grill (608) 254-3977 or ext. 3977
Mountain Café & Market (608) 254-3986 or ext. 3986
Owner Services 1.800.456.CLUB (2582)
Room-to-Room: For vacation homes that have a 3 digit number, dial “3” and vacation home number. For vacation homes that have a 2 digit number, dial “38” and the vacation home number. For vacation homes that have an A or B, dial vacation home number (example: 875-A would be 8751 or 875-B would be 8752).
Emergencies: Dial 9 + 911
Local Calls: 9 + Number
Toll-Free Calls: 9 + 1 + Number
Please contact Guest Services to confirm which towns are considered local by dialing extension 0. There is no access charge for local calls.
Long Distance Calls 1 + Area code + Number is $1.00 for the first minute and $.25 each additional minute. Charges will appear on your guest account.
0 + Number Calls Also known as operated assisted calls. This is the most expensive way to place a call from your unit.
Rates for credit card calls can be obtained by asking the operator or by dialing (800) 759-4938. You have the right to use the long distance carrier of your choice by contacting your carrier. Operator service complaints may be directed to the Common Carrier Division of the FCC, 2025 M. Street NW, Washington, D.C. 20554
Charges will apply ($1.00 for first minute, $.50 for each additional minute)
Long Distance Information: Dial 9 + Area Code + 555 + 1212
Long Distance/Domestic: 9 + 1 + Area Code + Number
Long Distance/Domestic Collect: 9 + 0
International Calls: 9 + 011 + Country Code + City Code + Number
(Example Call to England: 9 + 011 + 44 + 161 + 000-0000)
Surcharges are applied to international calls only.
Charge per call includes rates comparable to AT&T rates plus establishment markup.
Message Retrieval: Dial 3030 (After listening to your message, press “2” to delete the message or to listen to it again. Your messages are automatically saved for five days unless you delete them.)
Emergency- Sheriff, Ambulance, Fire: 9-911
Sauk County Sheriff’s Department Business Number: (608) 356-4895
Poison Center: (800) 222-1222
Reedsburg Area Medical Center: (608) 524-6487
Road Information: (800) 762-3047
Resort Security: “Dial 0”
SSM Health St Clare Hospital Baraboo: (608) 356-1400
SSM Health Urgent Care – Open daily 9am to 8pm: (608) 254-5959
Located at Christmas Mountain Village, The Mountain Cafe & Market features fresh Starbucks coffee, iced beverages and iced teas. It also has bakery items, doughnuts, muffins and brownies. You can find a selection of beverages in the cooler along with snacks and convenience items on the shelves. Did you forget something at home? Well we have you covered with necessity items like flour, bread, batteries, mac & cheese, snacks, popcorn and more.
While you visit the Cafe & Market, be sure to take a stroll around the Market and grab your Christmas Mountain Village souvenir items. The Proshop also stocks a wide-range of souvenir items such as sweetshirts, tees, cups, magnets and more. Is it your first time visiting Wisconsin or Christmas Mountain Village? We offer tons of Wisconsin themed items from the Original Cheesehead to Drink Wisconsinbly wear and more.
Most importantly… don’t forget to pick up your fresh Wisconsin Cheese Curds from Carr Valley Cheese Co. Squeak-Squeak!
Your vacation villa includes the following amenities:
Cable TV: Press the power button on the television or remote. Press the channel up or down.
Coffee Maker: Open the top and insert a filter. Empty entire contents of coffee packet (provided) and close lid. Lift the back opening and fill with water. Press On/Off.
Fireplace: On/Off switch is located on the right side of the fireplace. Caution—glass will be hot!
Dear Resort Guest,
On behalf of the entire resort staff, we are pleased to welcome you to Christmas Mountain Village. We’re delighted you have chosen to share happiness with your loved ones during your stay at this unique resort. We believe in the power of vacation and hope your vacation provides you with many opportunities to share time, smiles and memories with your family and friends.
We hope you’ll take advantage of all the resort has to offer. Tee it up on either of our two on-site golf courses. When the temps and the snow falls, swoosh down the slopes. No matter your interests, our 1,200-acre year-round outdoor paradise is waiting to be explored. While we are proud to offer on-site activities, we know you’ll want to see all the sights the Dells and surrounding areas have to offer.
You can learn more about the golf courses, Mulligan’s menu and specials, the monthly activities schedule at the Clubhouse, weather updates for skiing and. tubing, the resort’s accommodations and other announcements at https://christmasmountainvillage.co/.
Again, we extend our warmest welcome. We know you’ll enjoy the accommodations and all the amenities that Christmas Mountain Village has to offer. Please know that we stand ready to do whatever we can to make your stay enjoyable.
The Management and Staff of Christmas Mountain Village
The Dells was ranked the #1 family vacation spot in America in the 2010 Traveler’s Choice Awards sponsored by tripadvisor.com. Enjoy everything and then some with discounted tickets to popular attractions. Visit or Call the Concierge’s Desk at (608) 208-1939 or ext. 3982 for more information.
Mt. Olympus Water and Theme Park
1881 Wisconsin Dells Parkway, Wisconsin Dells, WI 53965
1410 Wisconsin Dells Parkway, Wisconsin Dells, WI 53965
Original Wisconsin Ducks
1890 Wisconsin Dells Parkway, Wisconsin Dells, WI 53965
Devil’s Lake State Park
Baraboo, WI 53913
Rocky Arbor State Park
Wisconsin Dells, WI 53965
Fawn Creek Winery
3619 13th Avenue, Wisconsin Dells, WI 53965
Rick Wilcox Magic Theater
1670 Wisconsin Dells Parkway, Wisconsin Dells, WI 53965
105 Broadway, Wisconsin Dells, WI 53965
The Dells is home to an incredible selection of delectable dining options. From breakfast, lunch and dinner to tasty snacks and desserts, you’ll always find food for every mood.
Pubs and Bars
Monk’s Bar N’ Grill
220 Broadway, Wisconsin Dells, WI 53965
The Del Bar
800 Wisconsin Dells Parkway, Lake Delton, WI 53940
644 Wisconsin Dells Parkway, Wisconsin Dells, WI 53965