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Popular with small families and first-time RV drivers who want a little more room than a van. Comparable to driving a truck.
The smallest and nimblest of fully enclosed RVs. Drives like a van. Loves posing for Instagram.
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Are you heading for southern Wisconsin and looking for a rustic RV park with lots of activities and amenities? If so, look no further than Crooked River Campground near the city of Montello. This family-owned and operated RV campground has a long list of things to do, such as a swimming pond and jumping pillow for the kids, horseshoe pits and a fishing area for both young and old, themed weekend social events, and much more. From the moment you arrive, you can freshen up with the camp showers, use the Wi-Fi to let family and friends back home know that you arrived safely, and stock up on supplies at the camp store.
Individual sites have either water and electrical hookups or full hookups and can be rented by the day or seasonally. All of the sites are equipped with picnic tables and fire pits, and some sites have tent camping.
Once you have your RV rental and your campsite in order, it's time to venture out and see what is nearby and interesting. There is a metalworks art store not far away where you can browse the items on hand or, if time allows, have a gift custom made to your liking. Shoppers will enjoy spending some time in Montello with its assortment of quaint shops. There is a new and used bookstore, a gift shop with locally crafted natural items, several urban parks (one of which has a number of small but scenic waterfalls), and other attractions. Don't forget to take your motorhome rental out for a spin on the highways and local roads while you have the chance.
RV rentals in Marinette County are how you will experience this magnificent area in comfort. Lawrence Creek State Fish and Wildlife Area is a unique mix of lowland brush, swamp hardwood stands, upland forest, and grassland, with Lawrence Creek running through it all. Much of the area was converted to farmland in the past, but these areas have now been abandoned, converted into share-crop usage or native prairie, or planted with pine saplings. The water in the creek is crystal clear, making for great fishing and great nature appreciation. Hunting is allowed, and you can also enjoy hiking the park, although there are no designated trails. In the winter, you can come here to enjoy cross-country skiing, snowmobiling and snowshoeing.
Comstock Bog-Meadow State Natural Area is mostly comprised of a sedge meadow marsh, although the areas to the north and west are more similar to a sedge meadow; most of the park is treeless except for a small area that has tamarack, poison sumac, and bog birch. The result is that the park has become a haven for birds and small mammals such as muskrat and mink. Sandhill cranes nest in the marsh and use the park as a staging area in the fall. You can hike here and practice nature appreciation (the park has a wide variety of plant life not normally found in habitats like this), but activities like mountain biking, camping, and geocaching aren't allowed.
White River Marsh State Wildlife Area is comprised of open marsh, wet meadow, hardwood and tamarack swamp and upland areas with oak savanna tree stands and open prairie. You can enjoy the park year-round, hiking, fishing and canoeing in the summer and snowmobiling and cross-country skiing in the winter (there are designated trails for snowmobiles but not for cross-country skiers). If you'd prefer more relaxing activities, the park is ideal for bird watching, and there is a rustic road that dissects the park and allows you to view the area in comfort. As the road is not paved, you should check the road conditions before trying to access it with your camper rental.
Once you're ready to come indoors, Princeton is a quaint little city with farmer's markets, antique markets, stores and boutiques, and a bowling alley that will entertain the entire family. The local restaurant scene has several pub restaurants, a deli, and a pizzeria, just to mention a few options. One of the cafes is open for breakfast and lunch and has a relaxed country-style decor; the menu has most of the items you'd expect but with a slight twist.
Portage is a city with an interesting history and the attractions to back this claim. One of its museums is dedicated to WWII and is a private collection that the owner shares with the public; it has a variety of artifacts plus anecdotes and personal stories related to each piece. Another museum focuses on the history of Portage, Wisconsin's third oldest settlement. You can take a self-guided tour of the former family home that was used for a time as the Portage library (those rooms are now filled with displays and exhibits) or ask the museum staff questions or to expand on the displays.
Whatever activities and amenities you're looking for in Wisconsin, you're almost sure to find them, and Crooked River Campground is there to host you and lend a helping hand.