2016 Toy Hauler
2016 Toy Hauler
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Few areas in the country can match the beauty around Grantsburg, Wisconsin, a true gateway to nature. The best way to enjoy it here is to book an RV in Grantsburg so you can get out and immerse yourself in the scenic surroundings. No matter which direction you head with the Grantsburg camper rental, you can find something amazing to enjoy. It's easy to relax here, but you will probably want to keep things moving when you visit this small northern Wisconsin town by the St. Croix National Scenic Riverway. There are other beautiful destinations to visit with an RV rental from Grantsburg too, like St. Cloud or the bustling city of Minneapolis.
When exploring the area with a camper rental from Grantsburg, you can start small with a stop by Memory Lake Park found within the city. You can find a spot for a picnic by the lake and cast a line for a chance at some panfish or northern pike. Just west of Grantsburg is Governor Knowles State Forest. This wilderness sprawl features equestrian trails and campgrounds nestled along the banks of the St. Croix River.
You can venture outside the city to Crex Meadows Wildlife Area to recapture a sense of awe. With over 30,000 acres of marshlands and forests to cover, you can look for hundreds of species of birds and other wildlife here, from majestic eagles to beautiful Karner blue butterflies.
Next to Crex Meadows, you can find Reed Lake Meadow State Natural Area for even more amazing views. You will see a variety of landscapes here, including prairies, savannas, and wetlands with a massive amount of wildflowers and birds to match. Branch off on a tranquil hike or head over to Chengwatana State Forest where you can find a more structured area with campgrounds and hiking trails. Three rivers flow through the area for some fishing, and you can also check out a wide assortment of trails for hiking, snowmobiling, cross-country skiing, and off-road vehicles.
There are quite a few places to park the motorhome rental near Grantsburg. James McNally Campground is right in Grantsburg a few miles from Highway 70. This quiet spot is near Memory Lake Park and offers amenities that include full hookups and cable TV. Another option is That Hwy 70 Campground in Siren; right by, you guessed it, Highway 70. At this family-owned campground, you can look forward to full hookups, a bathhouse, and weekend events.
Pokegama Lake RV Park and Golf Course could also be a good option and is found in Pine City, Minnesota a few miles off of Interstate 35. This spot has you covered with full hookups, a heated swimming pool, and a camp store along with frisbee golf and a playground.
Eagles Landing Campground is a short drive northeast of town, near the casino in Danbury. The campground offers sites with full hookups or water and electric only and is pet-friendly. On-site amenities include laundry facilities, showers, and a shuttle to the casino. There are also some recreational activities on offer at the campground, including basketball and volleyball, and there's also a playground for the kids.
While you're touring the area with a campervan rental from Grantsburg, you'll definitely want to take the time to check out Forts Folle Avoine Historical Park. At this interesting site, you can see two fur trading posts from the 1800s and also check out a preserved Ojibwe Village. The wigwams alone are worth the trip, and this area also has a logging museum, schoolhouse, and more.
While you are enjoying the area, you can take advantage of the beautiful views with a game of golf at one of the local courses. You will also want to make sure you visit as many restaurants as you can as they each offer their own unique twists on American cuisine. Then you can wash it all down with a stop by a local brewery or switch up the pace with a stop at one of the most elaborate cheese shops you’ll find.
And make sure you don’t forget to take the time to check out the exhibits you can enjoy at the Grantsburg Historical Museum. You can see the original county jail dating back to 1870, measuring just 16 feet by 24 feet, with three windowless cells. You can also see a classic rural school along with displays highlighting the area's history. You can try a walking tour, and the exhibits change every couple of years.