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Near the banks of Lake Kegonsa, the RV campground at Lake Kegonsa State Park is a great retreat for those looking to explore southern Wisconsin and the Great Lakes region. There is so much Midwestern exploration awaiting you that choosing such a central location at Lake Kegonsa has its benefits. Whether you’re looking to get away for the weekend or you’re working your way through the region, RV camping at Lake Kegonsa will have everything you need.
While you can set up your Stoughton travel trailer rental at any campsite, only a few of them have electrical hookups. There are restroom and shower houses available during the warmer months (May to October) to make your camping experience even that more enjoyable.
The Lake Kegonsa Campground also has a small camping store where you can find various sundries and necessities that you may have left behind. This will help keep your Lake Kegonsa camping experience a pleasant and relaxing one.
With so much packed into this place, exploring your temporary home at Lake Kegonsa State Park in Stoughton, Wisconsin, is a great way to spend the day. While there are only five miles of trails, there is no shortage of adventure. The trails allow you to stroll along the lakeside, hike through the forest, and maybe even stumble across the playground. You can also enjoy the lake in more ways than one. With swimming beaches, a boat launch, and various fishing locations, there are plenty of ways to explore Lake Kegonsa.
Those who would enjoy experiencing something slightly unusual for Wisconsin can head to the Hook Lake Bog State Natural Area in Oregon, Wisconsin. The large bog lake is a popular spot for exploration because the higher levels of acidity are uncommon for the region. You can explore the bizarre ecosystem and learn about the rare Wisconsin plants that call this bog lake home, such as arrowhead, leather-leaf, and even cranberries (which you can eat). As you enjoy a stroll around the lake, you can also keep your eye out for green herons, great blue herons, and several species of duck.
If you book an RV in Dane County to experience some truly wild Wisconsin land, you can visit the nearby Brooklyn Wildlife Area in Belleville. You can hike along a section of the Ice Age Trail that cuts through the park, or cross-country ski if you’re traveling in the winter. Or instead, you can explore Story Creek by canoe or kayak or instead watch the creek pass you by as you try your luck in the Class II trout stream. No matter how you enjoy the day, this little Wisconsin oasis is an excellent place to visit while renting an RV.
For all things flora, a trip to the Olbrich Botanical Gardens in Madison will delight your senses. With 16 acres of Midwestern plants, tropical plants, and a unique Thai pavilion and gardens, there is a little oasis for everyone. You’ll want to spend some time at the authentic Thai pavilion; it is the only one in the United States. And if you’re traveling in mid-July through mid-August, chances are you’ll get to see some freshly “hatched” butterflies.
For those traveling with children, a day spent at the Madison Children’s Museum is a must. With three floors of exhibits and excitement, you can create something in the art gallery, learn about city gardening in the “Urb” Garden, and play in a nature-themed climbing structure. The museum also hosts a variety of events, such as holiday celebrations and even tea parties.
Lovers of history will enjoy spending a day at the Wisconsin Historical Museum. With four floors filled with exhibits showcasing just about every period of Wisconsin’s history, you will learn a lot about The Badger State. You can learn about the native peoples, the frontier period, and experience reconstructed historical structures first-hand.
When you need to refuel and restock the Stoughton motorhome rental, there are plenty of gas stations and grocery store options in nearby Madison, just a short drive from the campsites at Lake Kegonsa Campground.
And if there’s one thing that Wisconsin is known for more than anything else, it's cheese. No matter what variety you enjoy, you are sure to find it when you book an RV rental in America's Dairyland. Make sure you've got extra refrigerator space in that Stoughton rental rig because you'll no doubt want to pick up a few pounds of this rich dairy delight for the road.