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Looking for peaceful forests, serene lakes, sandy beaches, and perfect weather while you go RV camping this summer? Rent an RV near Calumet County Park in central Wisconsin, where you can find everything you want and more. On the elegant Lake Winnebago lakeshore opposite Oshkosh, this beautiful county park is a wonderful place to go camping in an RV. Drives to Lake Michigan, Green Bay, Milwaukee, and a slew of incredible state parks are easy when you're camping near Hilbert, WI.
The campsites at Calumet County Park are shaded, spacious, and private. These grassy, level sites are adequate for both tent camping and RV camping, with electric hookups, fire pits, and picnic tables. Showers and restrooms are available in certain areas near the camping loops.
If there is anything you need during your Lake Winnebago camping trip, stop by the convenience store at the front of the park. The store stocks firewood, groceries, and some other basics. Hiking through the woods on the network of nature trails or swimming in Lake Winnebago can be fun, and Calumet County Park campers can also make use of its beaches and large grassy fields. While camping here, you can end each day watching the sun set over Lake Winnebago from the comforts of your campsite at Calumet County Park.
Thanks to its high number of lakes and parks, Wisconsin is a spectacular place to go camping any time of the year. Calumet County Park is not the largest park, but it has some pretty stellar scenery along Lake Winnebago where guests can go canoeing, kayaking, swimming, or fishing for dinner. Downhill skiing is a possibility in the wintertime. If you love learning about history, you can see Civil War ruins and ancient effigy mounds built by Native Americans in this small but amazing space.
High Cliff State Park is just up the road from Calumet County Park Campground. It's a larger, state-maintained version of the county park. It takes its name from the high cliffs that overlook Lake Winnebago, offering epic views once you hike to the top. Hiking and biking are excellent ways to make your way through the woods, while fishing, boating, and swimming in the lake will take up most of your time. This phenomenal recreation area has a campground and a series of effigy mounds and archeological dig sites, much like what can be seen at Calumet County Park.
If you head northeast towards the Door Peninsula, there are several other parks to check out. Potawatomi State Park is near Sturgeon Bay. It is among the best parks in the state, with peaceful campsites, elegant views of Green Bay, and a short drive from town. Canoeing, kayaking, fishing, swimming, boating, and sailing in Sturgeon Bay are a few of the ways to appreciate the beauty of the coast, and the campground is just a short hike from the water’s edge. The 1,200-mile Ice Age National Scenic Trail weaves through the state, reaching its terminus at the state park, so long-distance thru-hikers can appreciate this fantastic recreation area too. Whitefish Dunes State Park is on the other side of the peninsula adjacent to Lake Michigan, one of the largest lakes in the world. The park is famous for its well-preserved sand dunes that are some of the largest on the western shores of Lake Michigan.
While camping at Calumet County Park Campground, you can tour some of eastern Wisconsin's most vibrant cities. Take a day trip to Appleton, and you can check out some interesting attractions. From wide-open shopping plazas to cozy cafes and diners, this peaceful city is a wonderful place for a stroll. Learn about the local history when you check out the History Museum at the Castle, an insightful place housed in a Medieval-looking structure. Here you can study history, take guided tours, and learn about notable residents of Appleton like author Edna Ferber, Senator Joseph McCarthy, and legendary escape artist Harry Houdini.
Another museum worth looking into is the Hearthstone Historic House Museum, an elegant Victorian mansion full of treasures. This charming building was built in 1882. It is a multi-colored spectacle, with bright hues and amazing craftwork on both the exterior and interior of the house. Tour this beautiful structure, and you can see how families lived two centuries ago.
Kids will enjoy a trip to the Butterfly Gardens Of Wisconsin, a magical maze that people of all ages will appreciate. Butterflies, bees, frogs, salamanders, and other animals can be seen while strolling through the park, with amazing wildflowers lining the walkways of the sanctuary.