Up in the far north of Wisconsin by the shared border with Michigan, you can find Harbor Campground. This peaceful enclave caught between several lakes is a commonly visited destination by outdoor enthusiasts. Harbor Campground is found between distant Green Bay and Ashland, with plenty of nature and forest land surrounding it.Harbor Campground is absolutely picturesque, offering scenic views of Big Stone Lake. Whether you plan on tent camping, parking your RV rental in one of the full hookup sites, or staying in a comfortable cabin, Harbor Campground has you covered.Venture beyond your Harbor Campground campsite to take advantage of some of the campground's activities and features. Start with the essentials, like clean and modern bathrooms and shower facilities. Cable TV and wireless internet keep campers connected, while the lake provides peace and quiet for those hoping to ditch their devices for some relaxing vacation time. A boat launch, fishing coves, and a swimming beach are the best ways to pass the time at this lakefront campground, with so much more to discover when you rent an RV near Harbor Campground.
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There is no shortage of parks or recreation areas to explore while camping at Harbor Campground, in addition to hundreds of lakes and the massive national forests of northern Wisconsin. Northern Highland American Legion State Forest is a massive forest totaling over 200,000 acres, rivaling some national forests. The forest is full of tiny creeks, raging rivers, and open ponds that support a wide selection of outdoor recreation activities like swimming, fishing, boating, kayaking, canoeing, and more. Guests may also go hunting, hiking, snowmobiling, birdwatching, and camping, depending on the time of year.Just a short drive from the campsites at Harbor Campground, Headwaters Wilderness has over 18,000 acres of land to explore. This sizeable span is part of Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest. Hiking, fishing, and hunting are popular pastimes here. Kimball Creek and Shelp Lake provide opportunities for kayaking and canoeing.Governor Thompson State Park isn’t far from Harbor Campground, named for former politician Tommy Thompson. The park has a few kettle lakes of its own, along with the Caldron Falls Reservoir and the Peshtigo River. Boat launches, picnic shelters, and 16 miles of hiking trails further add to the park’s appeal. Copper Culture State Park is down by the town of Oconto. It has ceremonial mounds and other evidence of long-lost cultures that lived in the area over 5,000 years ago during the Copper Age. Dig sites, community pavilions, and two amazing museums are open for public use.For the adventure of a lifetime, you can head over the border into Michigan to the city of Houghton, and take a boat to one of the most stunning and remote parks in the country. Isle Royale National Park is a tantalizing island in the middle of Lake Superior, close to the international border with Canada. You won’t be able to bring your motorhome rental for the trip, but once you reach the island, tent camping is certainly possible along with hiking, birdwatching, swimming, fishing, and boating.
For some city attractions and conveniences, you won't need to travel far from your Harbor Campground campsite. Several restaurants surround the campground, most within less than 10 minutes' drive. Cuisines on offer include classic American fare and pub-style food. The small town of Three Lakes is just a few miles west of the campground. Here you'll find a few gas stations and a couple of grocery stores.Oneida County is home to dozens of other places of interest for you and your family to visit. This mostly rural area has a couple of cities that you can check out while you're here, like Rhinelander, the seat of Oneida County. From its breweries and restaurants to its pleasant main street lined with shops, Rhinelander exudes charm.You can take in several historic sites, including the gorgeous county courthouse, a monumental achievement in architecture. Both daytime and nighttime are excellent times to see the large domed structure. The Rhinelander Historical Society is another fabulous place to look into, housed in an old historic white house in the middle of town.The Pioneer Park Historical Complex is similarly packed with historical information, and a lengthy tour of this magnificent site will enlighten anyone curious about the town and region’s history. The complex has old railway depots, log cabins, schoolhouses, and a logging museum. There is also a massive collection of local native artifacts at this magnificent little museum.