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This park is found on the outskirts of Belgium, WI, on the far eastern edge of the state. The nearest larger town is Sheboygan, located less than 25 miles to the north, while the nearest large city is Milwaukee, at less than 50 miles to the south. One of the park boundaries is the western shore of Lake Michigan, which is one of the large, five Great Lakes. This location helps to give the park its easy access to so many recreational activities.

Trails for hiking, biking, riding horses, and winter sports, like cross-country skiing, are available here. The large lake nearby offers plenty of opportunities to enjoy water sports, including fishing and swimming. Camping and picnicking are other activities found at the park.

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Renting an RV at Harrington Beach State Park will give you the chance to enjoy all the experiences it offers. There are so many activities available on nearby Lake Michigan. All sorts of boating, paddle, and water sport options are available. There's also fishing, swimming, and beach access, during the warmer months. This also makes for a prime spot for viewing local wildlife and sunrises across the lake.

Harrington Beach State Park offers several miles of trails to explore. They vary in level of difficulty and cater to a variety of adventurers. All allow hikers, while only a few permit biking and the use of horses. A few of the trails are accessible for people who use wheelchairs as well. During the busy months, a shuttle bus is offered to help visitors easily access the locations they are seeking and to help ease traffic backups.

A star observatory is available at this site as well, that features a roll-off roof to give people a full view of the night sky. During the warm months, several viewing parties are held that welcome the public. This state park is comprised of swampy areas, several lakes and ponds, and meadows where wildflowers bloom. Visitors are able to experience all the various flora that make up the ecosystems, as well as the fauna that live in them.

Camping at Harrington Beach State Park

This park makes it easy to enjoy camping with an RV. Campsites are available throughout the park, and staying on-site will allow you to easily access all the activities the park offers.

Several camping areas are provided on-site, these include locations for families and groups, as well as sites that can only be reached by hiking or even kayaking in! There are some sites with electric hookups, and some without. Reservations are encouraged, though a few walk-up sites are held throughout the busy season.

Though Harrington Beach State Park is open year-round, camping is only available from the first week of May through the last week of October. When the weather is warm, a bathhouse, modern bathrooms, and a laundry room are available. As it offers easy access to countless activities, RV camping at Harrington Beach State Park is quite common, so it shouldn't be any trouble to locate the services you need.

Exploring the Area

When you book an RV in Ozaukee County, you will find several different attractions nearby to enjoy. The Ozaukee Interurban Trail spans more than 40 miles throughout the local area. This route follows the path of a former rail line and is open for biking, hiking and winter sports. This is a great way to see the local countryside and the native animals that inhabit it. State park RV camping will give you the opportunity to experience all of the attractions the local area has to offer.

The Luxembourg American Cultural Society is located in town. This museum features the lives and cultures of people who have lived in the nearby region, who immigrated to the US from Luxembourg, as early as the 1800's. Other details of European history are highlighted here as well. Genealogical information is also showcased.

The Forest Beach Migratory Preserve is found in Washington, Wisconsin, just a few short miles south of the park. It is located near the shores of Lake Michigan. This site offers hiking trails as well as a golf course. As the area is frequented by all sorts of birds, it is known for its birdwatching opportunities.

Several grocery stores are available in nearby Belgium. There are also a few gas stations that will make supplies easily available. If you've been looking for a quiet area near the Great Lakes that offers all sorts of activities to enjoy, consider camping at Harrington Beach State Park. Go for a hike, experience boating on Lake Michigan, or tour a museum nearby. Camp in an RV near Harrington Beach State Park and enjoy your time in America's Dairyland.

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