River Park Campground

By the banks of the Menominee River on the west shore of the bay of Green Bay right on the Michigan-Wisconsin border, River Park Campground offers a convenient base to explore Michigan's Upper Peninsula, and for NFL fans, to join in on the fun of Green Bay Packers Tailgating just an hour's drive across the state line.While this waterfront RV park is surrounded by national and state forests and other wilderness sites, staying here with your Menominee camper rental is a comfortable experience thanks to dozens of paved (some riverfront) sites, which are mostly full hook up with 20/30 amp electrical service. The rest of the sites are electric only. Restrooms are modern, and parts of the campground are shaded by mature trees, lending a lush and spacious atmosphere. A dump station is provided on-site. Big rigs are welcome.Most of the motorhome camping sites have their own fire pit and picnic table. With an ice machine on-site, enjoy your meals outdoors and earn a well-deserved drink. The campground is located behind a grocery store, with groceries and laundry facilities a short walk away. If you wish to remain connected while on the road, the campground offers a wireless internet connection. Children will have a great time on the playground or by the fishing deck supervised by an adult. You may bring your pets, but they need to remain on a leash no longer than 6 feet.

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The Great Outdoors

You don't have to look far beyond town to plug into nature. Take your campervan rental from Menominee to Peshtigo Harbor State Wildlife Area within half an hour's drive of your campsite at River Park Campground, and you’ll be following in the historic wake of Native American Indians, early explorers, and fur traders who used the Peshtigo River Trail as a corridor for travel and shipment of goods. Glide on a canoe and spy on river birds like osprey, eagles, and great blue herons.From the water, you’ll better appreciate natural shorelines and sandbars and channels dredged at the height of logging days. On land, the two-mile Hemlock Curve Nature Trail takes you past a historic grove of hemlocks. Beginner skiers can test the six-mile trail system at Woods Road Ski Trail, where wildlife tracks in the snow are regularly spotted.About the same distance from your campground lies the Menominee River State Park and Recreation Area. Straddling both Michigan and Wisconsin, the park encompasses more than 7,000 acres of land where several hiking trails await the adventurous. Give your legs a good workout on the Pemene Falls and the Sand Portage Hiking Trails (managed by different units) if you wish to stay on designated and maintained tracks. For whitewater action, raft near the Sand Portage Falls. Or explore the 17 miles of undeveloped river corridor where rocky gorges and towering pines make for a pleasant canoeing trip.When you rent a camper near River Park Campground, you’re well-placed to journey to the Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore, the first designated as such in the United States. The multi-colored streaks of mineral stain that adorn the face of scoured sandstone is another reason to book an RV in Menominee County and head to the northlands.Towering sandstone cliffs, wild shoreline, and sand dunes shaped by Lake Superior make for a truly breathtaking view. Explore the nearly 100 miles of trails and admire the delicate beauty of wildflowers, launch a boat to gaze at miles of colorful sandstone cliffs and waterfalls, and venture into the Beaver Basin Wilderness to soak up the solitude.

Exploring the Area

You only have to walk from your campsite at River Park Campground to get to Menominee's downtown district and admire the turn-of-the-century buildings that line the scenic Green Bay. This area is known as the Historic Waterfront District, where concerts are held throughout the summer on Thursday evenings. From the marinas, you can launch a boat, fish, or swim. On the harbor, look for the North Pier Lighthouse first lit in 1927. Travel farther out on the Green Bay shore to visit the West Shore Fishing Museum, where fishing life in the area in prehistoric and pioneer eras is portrayed.To see exhibits that illustrate the lives of fur traders, loggers, and the Menominee Indians, set foot inside the St. John the Baptist Catholic Church that now houses the Menominee Heritage Museum. Another landmark worth a visit is the Menominee County Courthouse, the last "High Victorian Italianate" style courthouse in Michigan.Cold-climate grapes grown in the Menominee-Marinette area and Upper Peninsula are bottled in nearby wineries. In fact, there’s one right in town and half an hour’s drive away when you’re camping with an RV in Menominee. Go on a tasting tour and treat your olfactory senses and taste buds with Chardonnay, Traminette, Vidal Blanc, and a blend of many more varietals.Waterfront camping near Menominee comes in handy during the Waterfront Festival held in August. Food booths, parades, and live music fill this four-day event, but there are also plenty of children's activities, a sailboat race on Green Bay, and a build-a-dinghy competition during the festival.Who says you can’t be near the great outdoors and still be close to city comforts? Renting an RV in Menominee lets you enjoy both, so stop dreaming and start planning today. Book an RV rental in Menominee, Michigan now; just add water and make unforgettable memories.

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Start by determining how many people are planning to travel with you. Going on a solo-journey? Choose a camper van or a teardrop trailer. Bringing the whole family along for the ride? Consider a spacious Class A or five-wheel.

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Yes. Class A’s, Class B’s, and Class C’s and five-Wheels typically have bathrooms. Depending on where you plan on camping, you’ll want to double-check the availability of restrooms if selecting a rig without a bathroom. Nervous about renting an RV with a bathroom? Owners can help show you how to clean the tank or will offer to do it for you for a fee.


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Once an Owner approves your RV reservation, you can coordinate a time to pick up your rig or have it delivered to your doorstep or campsite. At that point, the owner will do a key exchange with you and walk you through the RV and answer any questions you might have.