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While Green Bay may be famous for football, the extent of entertainment and fun does not stop there. Less than an hour from Lake Michigan, recreation and outdoor opportunities abound when you pick up your RV rental in Green Bay. Traveling to Green Bay is easy with Austin Straubel International Airport located in town, and many other destinations accessible by Amtrak or the Green Bay Metro.

With four distinct seasons, Green Bay has become a popular tourist destination for those wishing to enjoy the unique climate. Exploring the region with an RV trailer rental in Green Bay allows for easy access to nearby cities such as Appleton at 30 miles to the southwest, Milwaukee at about 100 miles to the south, and Chicago, with a scenic three-hour drive to the south along Lake Michigan.

The Great Outdoors

When you rent an RV in Green Bay, you’ll find yourself surrounded by nature, allowing for outdoor adventure opportunities to please everyone along for the ride. If you’re looking to log some miles, check out the Ahnapee State Trail. Depending on the time of year, this Kewaunee Rails to Trails conversion offers visitors opportunities to bike, hike, run, horseback ride, or cross-country ski, snowshoe, and snowmobile. This 50-mile trail also connects with an additional 95 miles of snowmobile trails and 275 miles of trails in gorgeous Door County.

If you’d prefer birds over exercise, the Green Bay area is flooded in nature preserves and natural observation areas. Over 200 species of birds have been recorded at the 925-acre Barkhausen Wildlife Preserve, made up of marsh, forest and fields.

Bay water access is available at Bay Shore Park. Below the ledge of the escarpment, hikers will find hiking trails and beautiful scenery. Here campers can also launch their boats and kayaks and spend the day fishing or swimming. Bay Shore Park provides a seasonal campground for usage and a nautical-themed playground for children. This park is also perfect for large gatherings as it provides both an open-air shelter and an enclosed building to protect parkgoers from the sometimes harsh elements on the water.

RV Parks

In addition to Bay Shore Park, there are many other campgrounds available when you reserve a motorhome rental in Green Bay, WI. The Apple Creek Campground in nearby De Pere offers campers beautiful scenery and access to amenities and provides 135 sites. This 20-acre campground has a heated pool, well-stocked pond, and occasionally, planned activities. Onsite, you will also find laundry facilities, a convenience store and a dump station for campers, along with a playground and game room for the young campers.

If you’d prefer to camp closer to Lake Michigan, check out Scheffel’s Hideaway Campground in Two Rivers, about a 40-minute drive from Green Bay. Nestled next to Point Beach State Forest, this campground offers 50 large campsites with the state forest serving as a beautiful backdrop. From this campground, you can also access the Rawley Point Bicycle Trail and the Lake Michigan shoreline.

Exploring the City

Green Bay offers something for everyone. Full of art and culture, this downtown area could provide days of entertainment sure to please even the pickiest of travelers. The Meyer Theatre, located in downtown Green Bay, features a vaudeville house and movie palace that can seat up to 1,000 attendees. Here you’ll find unique touring shows, family theater, professional live performances and more.

If you’re traveling through the Green Bay area in March, be sure to reserve some time to enjoy the Green Bay Film Festival. This unique event highlights Wisconsin-made short films and documentaries in a fun and entertaining experience. The Art Street Festival takes place in August and offers visitors access to 200 artisans arranged in the street, some even demonstrating their creative process at their booths. This festival also offers unique specialty foods, children’s art activities and cultural displays. Green Bay Packer Fans will delight in a visit to Lambeau field, or a trip to the Green Bay Packer Hall of Fame.

If you’re traveling with children on the Green Bay motorhome rental vacation, be sure to visit The Children’s Museum of Green Bay. The museum not only offers a freeplay opportunity for children, but also has literacy and art programs in-house.

When you book an RV in Green Bay, WI, everyone is sure to have the time of their life exploring all that Wisconsin and the bustling city of Green Bay area have to offer.

RV Rentals in Green Bay, WI

Green Bay, WI is the perfect spot to start your next road trip.

There are many popular rentals in Green Bay. Outdoorsy's Green Bay RV rental marketplace allows renters to choose from rental options from professional RV rental agencies as well as RVs for rent by owner.

RV and Motorhome Rentals Nearby

Nearby to Green Bay are a number of National, State and Local parks. Travelers can easily rent RVs and motorhomes near Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore, Effigy Mounds National Monument, Devil's Lake State Park, Ice Age National Scenic Trail, and Manistee Purchase Unit.

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What's around Green Bay, WI

Check out local hikes, campgrounds, parks and more!

Local Hiking Trails

Hiking Trail City State
Empire Bluff Trail Empire Michigan
Lime Kiln Trail Sherwood Wisconsin
Nordhouse Dunes Trail Free Soil Michigan
Lion's Den Trail Grafton Wisconsin
Grass and Forest Lake Loop Trail Nashotah Wisconsin
Parnell Tower Trail Plymouth Wisconsin
Bairds Creek Green Bay Wisconsin
North Kettle Moraine Trail Plymouth Wisconsin
Pike Lake Trail Hartford Wisconsin
Eagle Bluff Trail Fish Creek Wisconsin

Nearby Campgrounds

Quietwoods South Camping Resort

campground Brussels, WI
Quietwoods South Camping Resort Is the first campground as you enter into beautiful Door County. Family-owned and operated, it is situated on 51 acres of quiet, wooded seclusion. After a fun-filled day touring the area, come back to your site, relax, and enjoy the real beauty of Door County?s countryside. Guests particularly enjoy their expanded Pool and Waterslide, along with the gameroom and fishing pond are sure to keep the kids entertained. Additional activities include mini golf, horseshoes, baseball diamond, basketball court, and planned activities.The Door County Peninsula features 250 miles of the most gorgeous shoreline the Midwest has to offer. With six State Parks, you and your family can enjoy hiking, biking, beaches, lighthouse tours and more! There are concerts, plays and nightlife to enjoy, as well as the Maritime Museum, golf courses, restaurants and splendid antique shops. Quietwoods is the perfect place to sit back and relax after a long day of having fun and enjoying Wisconsin.

Osh Vegas Palms Resort

campground Oshkosh, WI
Relax in an RV park designed for commuters, travelers, and tourists, which is conveniently close to many urban amenities and some of the best venues for outdoor activities in rural Wisconsin. The retro-neon sign, which looks more like something you would see at a desert drive in or suspended over a gleaming casino, overlooks a spacious resort with both ample paved and grass sites, complete with shaded sites and thick, verdant trees. Located just over five miles outside of central Oshkosh, the site welcomes both RVs and tent campers, and is only minutes away from the shores of Lake Winnebago and Camp Scholler. Stay for a few days and enjoy the various park lands and golf courses nearby, or come in for an overnight rest after a long journey via the Wittman Regional Airport or Interstate 41. The park is ideal for big rigs, and each site has an electricity and water hookup. The park is also convenient for those attending nearby special events, such as football games and air shows.

High Cliff State Park, Wisconsin

campground Sherwood, WI
Just nine miles across the bay from downtown Appleton, on the eastern shore of Lake Winnebago, are the picturesque, white limestone cliffs of High Cliff State Park. Experience the stellar and peaceful woodland environment from this region that is considered to be sacred to local Native American nations. This is the largest lake in Wisconsin, and its shores are a haven for nature enthusiasts, geologists, historians, and travelers. Aside from the usual lake-shore activities that would include boating, fishing, or swimming, there is also a quarry, effigy mounds, and lime kilns to explore. The site welcomes both RVers and tent camping, with 30 lots that include standard electric hook-ups. Families and kids will appreciate the volleyball court and playground equipment. The site is also equipped with group campsites, a visitor center, showers, drinking water, a recycling station, and even an amphitheater. There?s also a convenience store for essentials, and firewood is also available in-site.

Apple Creek Campground

campground De Pere, WI
Apple Creek Campground just south of Green Bay, Wisconsin offers electricity and water hook ups in their all back-in sites. There are bathrooms with running water and showers. Take a dip in the swimming pool to cool off, or lounge on the pool deck with a good book. Dogs are welcome and are required to be leashed. This cozy, busy campground has an indoor games room, snack bar, and laundry. Apple Creek Campground is conveniently located to Green Bay and is right off the highway. The playground will keep kids busy, and they will enjoy splashing in the pond. Have a campfire in your fire ring. Firewood is available for purchase on site. Make use of the covered pavilion to have a picnic with your group, or try to count the semis as they go across the overpass. Stay in the shade of the large, beautiful trees that give this campground a pleasant atmosphere.

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