1998 Damon Camplite with slide out
1998 Damon Camplite with slide out
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Appleton is a city in and the county seat of Outagamie County. The first settlement in the area where Appleton now resides was the White Heron Inn, built in 1835 by Hippolyte Grignon. His intention was to raise his family running the inn and a trading post where he could barter with local Indians for pelts and furs. The area around his inn was settled in 1847 and incorporated as the village of Appleton in 1853. The city is home to Lawrence University (originally the Lawrence Institute) that was founded in 1847 and named after its financial backer, Amos A. Lawrence. The city was named after Lawrence's father-in-law, Samuel Appleton, who donated money to fund the construction of Appleton's first library (even though he never visited Wisconsin). Today, Appleton is a popular destination for hosting regional events such as Memorial Day and Christmas celebrations, and the Mile of Music Festival.
Book an RV in Outagamie County, and you will have your choice from among a selection of RV makes and models that are perfectly suited to vacations in Wisconsin. Consider spending some time sightseeing in some other nearby communities while you're here. Shawano's name is taken from the Chippewa language; the word means “southern.” Green Bay is home to a university, a few museums, and the NFL Green Bay Packers. Sheboygan is renowned for its bratwurst and is home to the annual Bratwurst Days festival that includes the Johnsonville World Bratwurst Eating Championship. Fond Du Lac and the surrounding area was home to several Indian tribes, including the Winnebagos, Potawatomi, Kickapoo, and Mascoutin, before the arrival of European settlers. Your Appleton travel trailer rental is how you will experience this area in comfort.
Navarino State Wildlife Area is a multi-use property providing public access to outdoor recreation while at the same time managing and preserving the natural systems. Visitors can come here to enjoy hiking, canoeing, and wildlife/nature viewing. The area consists of bottomland hardwoods, pine plantations, and aspen/oak tree stands, plus open fields, bog, and lowland scrub. Fishing, trapping, and hunting are allowed within some of the areas while some parts have been reserved for agricultural usage.
Hortonville Bog State Natural Area was designated a State Natural Area in 1987 by the Department of Natural Resources, which owns and manages the park. The area is mostly bog with no open water and is surrounded in places by tree stands of tamarack, black spruce, and white cedar. It is home to a variety of bird species such as Canada and Nashville warblers, white-throated sparrows, and more. Visitors may engage in a limited variety of activities in the area such as hiking and wildlife viewing, or cross-country skiing in winter. Hunting, trapping, and fishing are also allowed, but some areas may be partly owned by private parties and not open to some or all activities. Signs are located in these areas, and visitors should watch for them.
Brillion Wildlife Area is a multi-use nature preserve that provides food and shelter for wintering deer, a nesting ground for ducks, and public access for recreational purposes. The area consists of upland and lowland tree stands, restored wetlands, and restored grassland prairie. Visitors can engage in birding, canoeing on the Manitowoc River, and hiking, although there are no designated trails. Hunting and trapping are allowed for a variety of species such as deer, waterfowl, and turkey, and the area is a good destination for wildlife viewing and photography.
There are a number of RV parks and campgrounds in and around Appleton, and some of them may have mobile homes, and some may be slightly farther out of the city. Your Appleton RV rental is your guarantee of a relaxing and enjoyable vacation.
Omro RV Park is a seasonal RV campground that is open to the public from early April to around mid-October. Sites can be rented by the week and additional days beyond one week. The sites have pull-through access and electrical hookups. Water and dump stations are located near the main building, which has restrooms and hot showers. The park is an open area with clear sky views, leveled dirt access roads, and lots of grass areas.
Begin your tour with the Appleton campervan rental at a performing arts center that hosts concerts and plays in an old-style theater with great seating and acoustics. Those who would prefer to have their funny bone tickled can check out a local comedy club that has been open for more than two decades; it often has comedians that are well known and have been on nightly talk shows. There is a butterfly garden worth spending time at, as well as a number of museums. One of the museums focuses on children's learning experiences and has exhibits and activities especially for them, including a toddler's area and a rope course for older kids. Guests stopping by should pack a lunch and be prepared to spend at least a few hours. Don't forget while you're here to take your Appleton motorhome rental for a quick tour around the countryside. Driving an RV is a unique experience that you don't want to miss.
There is a good selection of cuisines on hand when dinnertime arrives, such as Asian, Mexican, Italian, and more. Prices vary, and many of the venues are locally owned and operated. One Indian restaurant has an extensive menu and a bakery section. Guests dining here should try the Palak Paneer; portions are large, and you can take your leftovers home to your Appleton luxury RV rental for a late-night snack.