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If you are looking for a family-friendly RV campground in the Green Bay area of Wisconsin, then Badger Park Campground is the place for you. In Peshtigo, on a shore of the Peshtigo River, it is a great place for a relaxing RV camping vacation, a fishing trip, or an in-depth exploration of the area. Marinette is only a short drive away, and Green Bay is less than an hour's drive south of the campsites at Badger Park Campground. In addition to museums and local attractions, you can also visit many forests, natural parks, and Lake Michigan.
The campsites at Badger Park offer electric and water hookups, but no sewer hookups. The campground can accommodate big rigs and tent camping is available. Guests can also access clean restrooms, playgrounds for kids, and WiFi. A dump station is available in the park as well. You will find several recreational trails near the park, perfect for hiking and biking. While camping at Badger Park Campground, you'll also have easy access to the river, where you can relax and enjoy the view, have a picnic, or go fishing and boating.
When camping at Badger Park Campground, you will be very close to the city center, which makes it easy to go shopping, grab lunch, or find some entertainment. Book an RV in Marinette County, Wisconsin, and you can explore this fantastic area and go fishing in one of the rivers or lakes nearby.
Peshtigo Brook State Wildlife Area is located less than an hour's drive west of the RV campground. This almost 3,000-acre park is covered in meadows and forests with oak, pine, and aspen trees. The park is a popular hunting and trapping location in the area. You can also enjoy bird watching, photography, and wildlife viewing. Another interesting activity in the park is the gathering of wild edibles. In the wintertime, you can enjoy cross-country skiing and snowmobiling.
Waupee Lake Swamp State Natural Area is also just about one hour's drive west of the Badger Park Campground. A portion of the much larger Peshtigo Brook Swamp, this natural area belongs to a basin of Lake Oconto. The forest around the swamp is mostly white cedar, and here you will see some incredibly scenic views perfect for capturing nice photographs. Other trees include red maple, black spruce, and balsam fir. Here you will find a 34-acre lake surrounded by interesting plants near the Oconto River and other lakes. Some of the recreational activities available here include hunting, trapping, biking, and hiking.
Peshtigo Harbor State Wildlife Area is only about 20 minutes' drive south of the RV campground. This wonderful park is located along the Peshtigo River, with great kayaking and canoeing opportunities. Explore the area from water or on foot and enjoy scenic views and bird watching. For walking and hiking, you can choose one of several walking trails, including the beautiful Hemlock Curve Nature Trail, which is about two miles long and follows a historic path. Bring your binoculars and cameras to enjoy and capture beautiful nature along the way.
In downtown Peshtigo, you can visit the Peshtigo Fire Museum. The museum is dedicated to remembering one of the deadliest fires in U.S. history, which happened on October 8, 1871. This horrific fire killed almost 2,000 people and destroyed the city. In the museum, you can learn about citizens and their lifestyles before the fire happened. You can also see artifacts from the fire and visit the cemetery where the victims were buried.
When RV camping in the area, you can also visit the nearby city of Marinette, have lunch by the water, or check out stores and theaters. Marinette County Historical Logging Museum consists of a historical museum, a log cabin, and a river walk bridge. The historical museum displays authentic artifacts about the county’s history, dating back in time before the first European settlers arrived and after they settled in the area. The Evancheck log cabin is another incredible piece of history you can see here; it was donated to the museum by the Evancheck family. See what life was like in the 19th and early 20th centuries here. Walk over the bridge, visit the park, and enjoy sitting by the lake.
The Real North is a tourist attraction in Marinette. In the heart of the city, here you will find a beautiful natural area where you can enjoy the view, take photos of waterfalls and a river, hike along the river, or have an adventure by snowmobile, ATV, or mountain bike. There are marked paths and river bridges that will take you along the river to see all the natural attractions of the Real North.