Sugar Creek Park (State Highway 35; 608.734.9406) has several primitive sites with firepits; all share a common water source and there are no showers.
The Grandview Motel (14812 State Highway 35; 608.734.3235) is an exceptional place with nine well-kept, wood-paneled rooms, four of which have kitchenettes. Room 1 is a kitchenette with two queen beds, a wood-burning stove, and large picture windows to take in the expansive views of the Mississippi River.
The Scenic River Inn (194 Main St.; 608.632.3362) is a whole-house rental, with up to 3 bedrooms and 1½ baths, full kitchen, four-season porch, and off-street parking big enough for your boat trailer.
153 Main (153 Main St.; 608.317.1530) is a modern house on the riverfront with great views and loaded with modern amenities: Jacuzzi tub, full kitchen with granite countertops, flat-screen TV with digital cable, WiFi.
Located in the heart of Ferryville, the River Road Hideout (110 Main St.; 608.412.5594) is a four-bedroom house within spitting distance of the river and full of amenities, including a big screened-in porch overlooking the river. For an extra fee, the owners will even stock the house with groceries for your stay or prepare full meals.
If you want to stay a bit higher up, consider Gypsy’s Paradise (14780 River Bluff Dr.; 608.734.3125), a 2-bedroom log cabin atop a bluff near Ferryville.
Knutson Properties (608.648.2569) rents several houses in the area, some which are atop a ridge just outside of town. Each property generally has room to sleep 6–8, with 1-2 full baths, hot tub, cable TV, and WiFi in a private setting.
The folks who run the Grandview Motel (608.734.3235) also rent three vacation homes that can accommodate families or groups of people traveling together. Two of the properites (Woodview Lodge and Vistaview Cabin) are on a bluff overlooking the river, while the third (Bayview House) is along the Great River Road.