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When you’re looking for a place to stay with a Green Lake camper rental, Green Lake Campground could make an excellent base for your vacation. This RV park is located less than an hour's drive from Fond du Lac on State Route 23. It’s easy to access from either Interstate 41 or Interstate 39 and less than a 10-minute drive from the county seat. What’s more, when you park a rental RV at Green Lake Campground, you’ll have a plethora of natural areas and recreational activities at your fingertips.
The RV campground provides pull-through sites with full hookup or electric/water-only hookups, some of which are located along the banks of Green Lake. Wi-Fi is available within the park, and there are restrooms, showers, and a dump station. Other conveniences include an on-site camp store and storm shelter. If you like to keep active while you’re camping with an RV, then you can make use of the swimming and sports pools, ball courts, and hiking paths. There are also a number of family-friendly activities including mini-golf, horseshoe pits, and outdoor movies. Kids can play safely in the playground, splash pool, or join their parents for karaoke challenges. There’s something for everyone at Green Lake Campground.
Like most visitors in Wisconsin, you’ll want to make a visit to Devils Lake State Park in Baraboo. The park is open year-round and offers over 25 miles of hiking trails, four miles of mountain biking trails, and two sandy beaches which are ideal swimming spots. There are canoes and kayak rentals available within the park, or you can join a scuba diving excursion. During the cooler season, visitors can stop by the nature center to learn about the flora and fauna of the park or pick up a pair of snowshoes. There are even opportunities for rock climbing. Devils Lake State Park is one of the most popular state parks in Wisconsin, receiving approximately three million visitors per year. If you're hoping for a quiet experience, it might be best to avoid taking your RV rental there on summer weekends and national/state holidays when the park will be at it busiest.
Also nearby, when you’re RV camping at Green Lake Campground, is Roche-a-Cri State Park, home to the only Native American rock art site in the state. Here you can discover Native American petroglyphs and pictographs of mythical gods and ancient birds in an interpretive exhibition or take a look at 19th and 20th-century carvings. The park offers five miles of hiking trails which are suitable for cross-country skiing and snowshoeing during the winter season. Within the state park, you can also spot a variety of bird species, including northern shrike, snowy owl, and bobolink.
Another place you can visit when you’re camping at Green Lake Campground is Mirror Lake State Park. Here you can explore the lake by canoe, boat, and kayak, or go for a swim. The surrounding pine and oak woodlands are also threaded with 19 miles of hiking trails and up to nine miles of biking trails, many of which are open for cross-country skiing and snowshoeing throughout the winter season. Spring is the prime time of year to see native wildflowers in bloom while the red-amber hues of fall are perfect for photography. Whichever season you choose to book an RV in Green Lake County, remember to pack some food and enjoy lunch by the lake at one of Mirror Lake State Park’s picnic/BBQ areas.
While you’re renting an RV, you can also make a visit to Green Lake, the seat of Green Lake County. This charming city is located on the northern banks of Green Lake, with a historic downtown, and entertainment for visitors of all ages. The city hosts evening concerts during the summer season, an annual music festival at the Historic Thrasher Opera House, and a two-day Harvest Festival each September.
At the heart of the city is the Town Square which hosts the city’s historic courthouse. Now functioning as a community center, visitors can check the local events and head to the Town Square to view galleries, make use of the 24-hour fitness center, or join a painting, cooking, or yoga class. Green Lake’s Town Square also hosts a weekly farmers' market on Friday afternoons throughout the summer and Saturday mornings throughout the spring and fall. As well as organic vegetables, you can purchase locally made sweets, bread, and canned goods. Here you can stock up on food and snacks for your motorhome camping vacations or shop for homemade crafts.
Alternatively, you can stroll through the city’s historic downtown and browse local farm and woodwork stores, shop for jewelry, or stop for coffee. There are plenty of food and drink options in town too. Visitors can choose from casual cafés, upmarket restaurants, or fast food joints. Whatever your preference, you’re sure to have a fantastic vacation when you rent a camper near Green Lake Campground in Wisconsin.