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Popular with small families and first-time RV drivers who want a little more room than a van. Comparable to driving a truck.
The smallest and nimblest of fully enclosed RVs. Drives like a van. Loves posing for Instagram.
A formal-sounding name for camper van, but just as photogenic.
Drivers should be comfortable driving bus-sized vehicles and dealing with parking limitations. Great for delivery.
If you can drive a truck, you can drive a truck camper. Makes roughing it significantly less rough.
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Just a few hours' drive north of Milwaukee, Wisconsin’s Northwoods are one of the most popular vacation destinations in the Upper Midwest. The vast forests, abundant lakes, and pristine beauty attract motorhome camping tourists from near and far, looking to experience Wisconsin in its most natural state. While there are dozens of RV campgrounds to choose from, Heaven’s Up North Family Campground is one of the best if you’re looking for great amenities while still being close to nature.
Heaven's Up North campsites have electrical hookups; some sites also have connections for water. There’s also a dump station, hot showers, Wi-Fi, and a laundromat available. If you need to pick up some campground essentials, Heaven’s Up North has a small store that sells snacks, sundries, and basic food items. Just as important, the campground offers a range of recreational activities, so you don’t even need to leave the park to have some family fun. There’s a volleyball court, a small playground, horseshoe pits, a mini-golf course, a swimming pool, and an activity center where events are regularly held. Hiking trails leave straight from the park, connecting to the immense forest just outside its boundaries.
When you choose an RV rental near Heaven’s Up North Family Campground, you’ll be just a short drive from the town of Lakewood. It’s a small community, but, as a hub of activity for Northwoods tourists, it packs a lot in, and you’ll find several restaurants and stores. For urban adventures, Green Bay is about 90 minutes' drive south of the campground and has all the amenities you would expect from a major metropolis, but without the traffic or crowds.
The Northwoods is an outdoor lover’s playground, so all you need to do to enjoy them is walk outside your campsite. Hikes in the area are almost too innumerable to list, though one of the more popular day trips is to Mountain Fire Lookout, 15 minutes' drive south of Lakewood. The 133-foot fire tower has some spectacular views of the Northwoods region, with a carpet of trees stretching out towards the horizon.
There’s also Veteran’s Falls Memorial Park, where a set of three waterfalls on the Thunder River plunge between eight and 20 feet to shimmering pools below. The area is quite popular with swimmers, kayakers, hikers, and anglers. It’s also a great spot to have a nice meal with the family.
The towns of Lakewood and Townsend are also on the Nicolet State Trail, a 90-mile-long multi-use path that goes from the border with Michigan’s Upper Peninsula down to the Green Bay suburb of Gillett. Built on an old rail line, the trail is almost entirely flat, making it ideal for runners or cyclists who don’t want to do a lot of gear shifting. Lakewood is also home to a fantastic 18-hole golf course if you’re hoping to hit the links while renting an RV in the area.
When camping with an RV at Heaven’s Up North Family Campground, the closest towns will be Lakewood and Townsend. They both have rather extensive dining scenes for their small populations; dozens of restaurants line Highway 32, selling down-home classics like beefy burgers, freshly caught walleye, smoked brisket, and ice-cold beer. However, you won’t find much in the way of international cuisine in this part of the Northwoods. There’s also a famous candy shop, a winery, and a couple of grocery stores if you feel like cooking your own meals.
Marinette is on the shores of Lake Michigan, towards the north end of Green Bay. It has a much larger restaurant scene and an assortment of stores to check out. It’s also where you’ll find the Marinette County Historical Logging Museum, a touching tribute to the state’s forestry industry and its hard-working lumberjacks. Finely crafted tables, painstakingly whittled dolls, and all sorts of tools are on display here, reminding visitors of the warmth and beauty that wood can bring to a home.
But if you’re taking longer road trips with your Lakewood rental RV, you should definitely make an effort to get down to Green Bay. The city is home to an amusement park and a wildlife sanctuary that are great for the kids. Wisconsin is also well-known for its breweries, and Green Bay is no exception to this, with nearly a dozen operating in the area and serving experimental flavors. Green Bay is also home to the Packers football franchise, the only publicly-held, non-profit team in the National Football League. Green Bay has some of the most loyal football fans, so even if you’re not a “Cheesehead,” seeing a game at Lambeau Field, one of the league’s most challenging venues, is a must.