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Christmas Mountain Village™

Christmas Mountain Village™
S944 Christmas Mountain Road
Wisconsin DellsWisconsin  53965
(608) 253-1000

Bluegreen’s Christmas Mountain Village resort offers an enchanting entrance that’s a precursor to the outdoor adventure that awaits you. Driving between endless rows of picturesque pine trees, you’ll feel as if you’ve left the real world behind. Get ready for strikingly beautiful farmland, rolling hills, woods and golf courses–the perfect Midwest vacation destination.

Spring and summer delivers an amazing atmosphere for golfing during a vacation at Christmas Mountain Village. It’s a time that’s punctuated by vibrant green grass, leafy trees and colorful flowers while fall ushers in vibrant gold and red hues with crisp autumn air. When winter makes its appearance, the billowy snows transform the landscape into a winter wonderland that’s perfect for skiing in Wisconsin Dells. Wildlife is abundant, so keep your eyes open for deer, wild turkey and fox.

With over 800-acres of family-friendly terrain, Christmas Mountain Village happily offers a 27-hole championship golf course, putting green, range and “Back of the Oaks: the best new 9 in the state.” Play some tennis or go for a swim in indoor/outdoor pools.

Looking for the ultimate ski vacation? You’ll enjoy some of the region’s best family-oriented downhill and cross-country skiing. Our 11 downhill runs feature beginner to black diamond slopes, or you can brush up on your skills with a ski school lesson. Or, shred it up snowboarding, break out the snow tube or experience the thrill of night skiing.

When you’re ready for a change of pace, frolic in the indoor pool complete with splash features, soak in the hot tub or grab a bite to eat at one of our restaurants: Mulligans Bar N’ Grill and Jolly’s.

Mulligans Bar N’ Grill’s cozy lodge ambiance welcomes you with beautiful views of the golf course, slopes and lighted tree line. Kick back and watch your favorite sports teams on our 8 big-screen plasma TVs or splurge on regional favorites like Wisconsin cheese curds and delicious hot bratwurst. If you’re in the mood for pizza, try our garlic-kissed thin crust pie with your favorite toppings.

Accommodations

At the end of the day, our Wisconsin vacation villas offer you the opportunity to melt away your cares in front of the cozy fireplace, an amenity featured in Christmas Mountain Village's cabins, cottages, villas and townhomes.

For a fantastic outdoor adventure, spend your nights under the stars on a RV site! Back-in and pull-through sites are available for reservation with Vacation Points. Sites feature asphalt pads with water, sewer, electric and cable hookups, plus a fire ring, grill and picnic table. Shower/bath houses are available on site.

Area info

Over 200 water slides and massive water park resorts such as Kalahari, Great Wolf Lodge and The Wilderness make the Dells the “Water Park Capital of the World.” The largest water park in the U.S. is here, too—Noah’s Ark features more than 60 water-based activities including the amazing Black Anaconda.

Tour the Dells by land and sea in an amphibious vehicle with the Dells Army Ducks. Or try the Original Wisconsin Ducks®. Watch a Western town come to life along the trail to Tombstone. Canyon Creek Riding Stables has your transportation ready and waiting.

Tour the countryside like they did in the old days. The Riverside & Great Northern Railway offers a 30-minute ride on a steam-powered train through the Dells. Venture into the unknown on a 15-mile Dells Boat Tour and explore towering sandstone cliffs and the shores of Stand Rock and Witches Gulch.

The Wisconsin Dells is an outdoor adventurer’s dream. Get out and enjoy it.


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Comments

20 Responses to “ Christmas Mountain Village™”
  1. alicealan@yahoo.com wrote:
    June 13, 2011 at 12:11 am

    My wife and I enjoyed our stay. We used the Village as our base for a great week of birdwatching in April of 2011. Many great parks within easy driving distance. Being in the Dells during the off-season allowed us to explore without having to deal with the tourist crowds. The Village is just far enough out from “Downtown Dells” to be quiet but close enough to hit any attraction that draws your interest.

  2. joel wrote:
    November 11, 2011 at 4:31 pm

    We are glad to hear you enjoyed your stay.

  3. joel wrote:
    November 21, 2011 at 4:33 pm

    What was your favorite downtown attraction?

  4. Anonymous wrote:
    June 4, 2012 at 5:01 pm

    Has anyone stayed at multiple unit types? I am wondering which is the nicest to stay in. The Deluxe Timbers, Townhomes, etc.?

  5. Anonymous wrote:
    August 7, 2012 at 10:40 am

    Do they have fishing? If so what type of lincence is needed.

  6. Anonymous wrote:
    December 6, 2012 at 9:48 pm

    We stayed in a townhome in September 2012. We will be staying in a cottage next week. Looking forward to it.

  7. Anonymous wrote:
    December 28, 2012 at 8:13 am

    Christmas Mountain is great place summer or winter. There is a lot to do in the Dells area but you have a wonderful time with family and friends without ever leaving the resort. The planned activities (sports,arts,crafts,bingo) are fun for the grandchildren, plus miniature golf, volleyball, golf, swimming, canoeing or paddle boating, skiing and tubing, and walking the resort. Have been spending time at CM summer and winter for over 20 years.

  8. Anonymous wrote:
    February 19, 2013 at 7:54 pm

    I think the villas are the nicest to stay in.

  9. Anonymous wrote:
    February 25, 2013 at 7:26 pm

    The townhomes are the best to stay in at Christmas Mountain

  10. Anonymous wrote:
    March 20, 2013 at 9:25 am

    Deluxe timbers are the best! Very roomy and decorated nicely.

  11. Anonymous wrote:
    May 29, 2013 at 2:07 pm

    We are heading there sat

  12. Anonymous wrote:
    June 5, 2013 at 11:09 am

    WE are heading to the resort in a month. We can not wait. We are staying in a 3 bedroom townhome that holds 10ppl. We are bringing our boat with us and are hoping to find a nice place to boat. The kids are wanting to learn how to wakeboard. Is there passes you must by for your boat? What lake is the best?

  13. Anonymous wrote:
    June 9, 2013 at 11:15 am

    We are going in September 2013 to The Dells. Can’t wait. Any tips?

  14. Anonymous wrote:
    July 9, 2013 at 4:29 pm

    I have been to C.M.V. too many times to count. I have been an owner for over 17 years. I always check on the area calendars to see if there is something going on at that time. I also check Baraboo and Reedsburg. Devils Lake is awesome place to hike.

  15. Anonymous wrote:
    July 13, 2013 at 8:41 am

    We reserved 2 bd, 2 bath villa for August and have 5 grandchildren staying with us on and off during that time. Do we get passes to Mt. Olympus, for all of them and what is the cost for this feature???

  16. Anonymous wrote:
    July 27, 2013 at 2:20 am

    We love this place! We have stayed in a variety of the units and have liked them all, but we have found the Deluxe Timbers vs the Townhomes to suit us better especially when we bring a lot of the family. In the 2 bdrm units,the master bedroom is on the main floor instead of upstairs. The living area is more square instead of rectangular and is better suited for several people to sit and converse. Also, the Townhomes can have a lot of steps to get up to.

  17. Anonymous wrote:
    July 30, 2013 at 7:53 pm

    My favorite units to stay in are the 2 bdrm deluxe timbers. I have stayed in all the different types of units there and I do enjoy the cabins and cottages because they are not connected to any other units so they seem a little more private.

  18. Anonymous wrote:
    August 4, 2013 at 12:28 pm

    All units are great! We have owned for several years and stayed in lots of units. My favorite is the villas for our family, however the 2 bedroom cottages work very well. The single cottages are nice as well as the cabins. The townhouses are wonderful in winter you can ski down to the lodge when slope is open, however the stair climb up to the upper bedroom is steep for old folks.

  19. Anonymous wrote:
    August 13, 2013 at 10:04 pm

    We stayed in a 3bd 3 bath townhome last week, the unit(s) were great for the number of people in our party. Upon arrival however there were not as many towels as expected, no replacement toilet paper in 2 of the bathrooms, no replacement paper towels for the kitchen, seemed like the final walk thru after cleaning had been forgotten. We have been Bluegreen owners for going on 9 years and were asked to attend an owner update on this visit. We were greatly disappointed in the high pressure during this meeting, and the news that if we were not able to update in any way at this visit the “door” would be closed to us because the company had gone from a public to privately held status. Therefore it sounds as if we will not be able to reach our goal to be Gold members in the future. We were assured at an owner update (where we did upgrade to Silver) in January of 2011 that we had a price lock, however that apparently was not the case. This owner update at CMV took more 2.5 hours of our 5 day trip and as I stated before I have never felt more pressured to buy or disappointed in Bluegreen as a company until this owner update. In addition, our salesperson seemed uninterested and more than ready to hand us off to the high pressure guy. We left feeling very disappointed in the treatment we received and decided that we were not going to refer any friends or family for fear that they would be treated the same, and now that the price has gone up to become a Bluegreen owner we have to wonder if it is worth it. Of note, the indoor pool was too cold for little kids, and there were too many kids between the ages of 11-14 that had no adult supervision terrorizing the kiddie pool area as there was no lifeguard on duty. If you are traveling with a lot of family as we were, infant to 5 years and they need a lot of equipment and you need the space of one of the townhomes my advice would be to ask for a unit without a lot of steps to the front door. We had 4 kids under 5 years old, the stairs are dangerous if when you have to carry most of them up and down.

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