Baker’s Sunset Bay Review

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343 Family Reviews
921 Canyon Road, Wisconsin Dells WI 53965
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Our Editor Loves

  • Beachfront on Lake Delton
  • Laid-back, peaceful location
  • Indoor and outdoor pools

Family Interests

  • Beach
  • Bicycling
  • Golf
  • Hiking
  • Museum/Cultural
  • Skiing
  • Theme Parks
  • Water Sports
  • Sailing
  • Horseback Riding
  • Water Parks

Family Amenities

  • Connecting Rooms
  • Cribs
  • DVD Player
  • Family Room 5+
  • Game Room
  • Kids' Pool
  • Kitchenettes
  • Laundry Service
  • Refrigerator
  • Pool

Editor’s Review of Baker’s Sunset Bay

Editor's Rating 5/5 In an area known for vintage motels and modern mega-resorts jockeying for big wows with themes and thrill rides, Baker's Sunset Bay offers a rarity: a resort on a real beach where you can dig toes into the sand and splash into Lake Delton.

On summer days, families gather around the outdoor pool with its beach and lake view or paddle onto Lake Delton in kayaks and rowboats. Some cook out on resort grills and picnic tables or have an easy meal on the balconies and patios before gravitating to the campfire pit at night. Campfire Kevin, who has led singing on select evenings for 20 years, gets kids and parents to chime in as he strums the guitar, the flames crackle and marshmallows roast.

Sunset Bay has been bordering the
... more lake for close to half a century. Barry and Jo Baker bought it in 1980, and their daughter, Dawn, is now at the helm and continuing the family's mission to keep the resort fresh. Improvements include condo units, added in 2011 and ideal for larger families (they sleep up to 12 when two are adjoined) and an indoor pool that's now a saline system, requiring fewer chemicals.

The resort includes five buildings with a total of 82 units, 21 of which are available year-round and take advantage of lake views that change with each season. Summer clearly rules as the favorite time to visit, but spring guests can get a jump on scenic area hikes, fishing and paddling, while fall visitors can soak up colors and head to the indoor pool during chilly days. Morning mist lifts off the lake as weather cools and winter eventually arrives.

Guests can take advantage of weatherproof fun with Kalahari indoor amusement park passes that are included with each stay. The Kalahari park blends the thrill of a ropes course, go-karts and laser tag with the bling of an arcade (for additional fees). less
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Guests can request a rollaway bed or a Pack 'n Play for $15 per night.

Lakefront Suites
The resort offers several room configurations throughout five buildings. If you crave being close to the beach, ask about lakefront units in the main building, which also houses the office and includes a walk-out patio level and two floors with balconies.

Double Queen Deluxe
This room sleeps four guests with two queen beds, a microwave and a refrigerator.

One-Bedroom Lakeside Suite
This unit sleeps eight with a private two-queen bedroom, a main room with one queen and a pullout couch, microwave, fridge and two TVs.

Double Queen Mini Suite
This suite sleeps four with two queen beds, a kitchenette with two-burner range, microwave and full-size fridge.

Lakefront rooms also include Jacuzzi Suites and King Mini Suites, best for couples.

Lakeside Suites
This eight-unit building with one- and two-bedroom suites sits nearest the bonfire pit and overlooks the outdoor pool. Rooms include fully equipped kitchens (two-burner stoves, microwave and refrigerator), two TVs and pullout couches. Two-bedroom suites have one room with a king and one with a queen. One-bedroom suites have two queen beds.

Suites Along Canyon Road
This eight-unit building near Canyon Road sits by one of the resort's two picnic areas and has its own kiddie pool and play area that's surrounded by a fence, making it a good choice for toddlers and preschoolers. They sleep six to eight when pullout couches are used. One-bedroom suites include a bedroom with two queens, while two-bedroom suites include one room with a queen and one with a king bed and twin bunk beds.

Canyon Condos
The twelve-unit, year-round condominium building along Canyon Road includes two configurations, each sleeping six people with the ability to adjoin and sleep a total of 12.

Double Queen
The Double Queen sleeps six with two queen beds and a privacy wall separating them from a sitting area, second flat-screen TV, a pullout sofa, microwave and mini-fridge.

Two-Bedroom Family Suites
Two-Bedroom Family Suites have a bedroom with a queen bed and another with a king bed. They also have a living room with a pullout sofa and fireplace; three flat-screen TVs; two bathrooms; a full kitchen including a stove, oven and dishwasher; and private deck or balcony.

Duplex
The two units in this duplex sleep six each. One unit has two bedrooms (one king, one with two doubles) and two baths. The other has two bedrooms, each with a queen and one bathroom. Both units have a pullout couch, deck, fireplace and fully equipped kitchen.

Four-Room Unit
This stand-alone unit located between the two picnic areas sleeps up to 12 people with four bedrooms and two baths, two living areas, twin bunks, a fireplace and kitchenette. It can be easily divided for families traveling together and wanting a little privacy.

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