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The northern part of the United States is known for its frigid winters, evergreen beauty, and stunning Great Lakes, making it a camper’s paradise. When you rent an RV near Wisconsin Interstate State Park, you can spend time in either Minnesota or Wisconsin, as the small RV park is found on the state line. Minneapolis is an hour's drive west of the park and the riverside cities of Saint Croix Falls and Taylors Falls are just a few miles away.
Interstate State Park campsites are spread out between two RV-friendly camping areas. The North Campground has sites with electrical hookups, and there are showers and restrooms nearby. The South Campground is primitive, with no hookups for electricity. Drinking water spigots are located in both camping areas.
While camping at Interstate Park Campground, you can tour the on-site interpretive center to learn about the Ice Age and other natural areas in the region. The state park also has nine miles of hiking trails and dazzling views of the Saint Croix River. Boat around the lovely Lake O’ the Dalles at the park, or go for a refreshing swim when you book an RV rental in Polk County and camp at Interstate Campground.
Camping at Wisconsin Interstate State Park puts you in the middle of all the action, making it easy to enjoy all of the park's features. Walking trails make this hiking haven a pleasant place to go for a tranquil stroll through the woods; it is the western terminus of the 1,200-mile Ice Age National Scenic Trail, which cuts through the state of Wisconsin. You can visit an on-site museum, go hunting, fish in secluded areas along the river or in the lake, and, of course, camp out beneath the stars at this charming nature park. On the Minnesota side of the state line, an adjacent park combines with Wisconsin Interstate State Park to create an even larger space for outdoor recreation. The Minnesota Interstate State Park has a tiny campground, hiking trails, and rock faces to climb.
Lake Wissota State Park is found to the east by Eau Claire, with some impressive offerings of its own. The 1,000-acre park is on the shores of Lake Wissota. It's a marvelous place for waterfront camping, in addition to biking, hiking, fishing, swimming, suntanning, picnicking, boating, canoeing, kayaking, and snowshoeing in the winter. You can even ride horses through the ancient forests while searching for Cambrian sandstone and other natural history sites carved out by glaciers.
If you feel like heading farther away and seeing even larger outdoor wilderness areas, consider taking your RV rental to Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest in northern Wisconsin. Three non-contiguous areas comprise this federally protected land, with old-growth forest, glacial lakes, waterfalls, campgrounds, wilderness areas, and tons of nature trails.
Voyageurs National Park is one of the nation’s lesser-known and more remote national parks, near the Canadian border in Minnesota. If you feel like taking a long drive, this glorious nature park is worth the effort. Rivers, lakes, historic lodges, campgrounds, and spectacular natural landmarks are just a small part of what makes this national park so special.
There are plenty of reasons to visit Wisconsin Interstate State Park, aside from the brilliant nature surrounding it. The charming town of Saint Croix Falls is a lovely place to spend the day when you want to take a break from nature. There are wineries, vineyards, restaurants, shopping malls, antique shops, farmers' markets, and golf courses in the area, and never a dull moment. The Polk County Information Center is a wonderful place to learn more about the area, with helpful staff and a variety of maps and brochures.
Also in Saint Croix Falls, Fawn-Doe-Rosa Wildlife Educational Park is a great place to go and learn about woodland creatures, especially if you have children along for the RV camping vacation. People of all ages are sure to enjoy this stellar conservation area and rehabilitation park with bunnies, guinea pigs, and deer, among other animals. Feed the animals, take your kids to the petting zoo, and have a nice time exploring the beautiful lakefront property.
The St. Croix Festival Theatre is a piece of history in the heart of Saint Croix Falls, with beautiful architectural style and a lush interior. This refurbished masterpiece frequently hosts plays, musicals, and concerts, with nationally touring acts stopping by to perform at the intimate theater.
For some big-city sights, you can drive into Minneapolis, just an hour's drive away. Here you'll find an array of attractions to check out, including the massive Mall of America, the Minneapolis Sculpture Garden, and the Mill City Museum.