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On the northern edge of West Bend, Lake Lenwood Beach and Campground is a peaceful RV park near the western shore of Lake Michigan. It centers around the picturesque waters of Lake Lenwood, a spring-fed glacial lake that provides a base for a whole host of recreational activities.
RV camping at Lake Lenwood Beach and Campground includes access to a range of lakeside sites, with 20/30/50 amp electric connections. Water and sewer hookups are also available, along with cable TV and complimentary Wi-Fi at each site. There are clean bathrooms with flush toilets and showers provided, not to mention an on-site dump station.
You can rent paddle boats, canoes, kayaks, and tubes to get out on the waters of Lake Lenwood, as well as fishing boats if you want to lure the resident walleye, bass, perch, and crappie (catch and release only). There’s also a pier with a diving board, a water slide, and a sandy beach where you can swim, along with a well-equipped playground and picnic facilities. Some pets are welcome to stay with you at this West Bend campground, and snacks, ice, and firewood are available for purchase at the on-site store.
Camping at Lake Lenwood Beach and Campground is a good base for visiting the Glacial Blue Hills Recreation Area, a native hardwood forest that lies on the northwestern edge of West Bend. It’s a popular destination for hiking and birdwatching, not to mention mountain biking along the single-track trails, most of which are designed for advanced riders with plenty of switchbacks and rocks to negotiate. There are also two self-guided orienteering courses in the Glacial Blue Hills Recreation Area, in addition to trailheads for the Ice Age National Scenic Trail.
A 20-minute drive east of the Lake Lenwood Beach and Campground is the Cedarburg Bog State Natural Area, which is the largest intact wetland complex in southeast Wisconsin. It provides a habitat for native plant and animal species while forming part of the National Experimental Ecological Reserve Network. Six lakes dot the bog while the surrounding meadows provide a habitat for pitcher plants and orchids, which can be explored along a series of hiking trails and boardwalks.
If you’re visiting during the winter months, head to the Little Switzerland Ski Area, which boasts 18 runs and three terrain parks that are designed for all ages and abilities. There are four chairlifts for accessing the slopes, as well as one rope tow and two handle tows. When it’s time to refuel, head to the restaurant located inside the chalet where you’ll also find a game room and a well-equipped pro shop.
Campsites at Lake Lenwood Beach and Campground are just five minutes' drive from the center of West Bend, where there are numerous supermarkets if you want to stock up on groceries. There are also several gas stations here if you need to fill up your motorhome rental and plenty of eateries that include fast-food restaurants and globally-inspired eateries.
West End is home to several museums operated by the Washington County Historical Society, including the Old Jailhouse Museum that was not only used to house prisoners but also the sheriff and his family. It’s been recreated as it would have appeared between the 1930s and 1950s before it ceased being used as the County Jail in 1962. The Washington County Historical Society also operates the Old Courthouse Museum, which was constructed in 1889 on the site of an earlier wooden structure. It’s a fine example of Romanesque Revival architecture, with rounded arches, soaring spires, and a monochromatic exterior of brick and stone.
Art enthusiasts shouldn’t miss a visit to the Museum of Wisconsin Art, where contemporary and historical art from local and regional artists are displayed. Admire the striking modern building that overlooks the Milwaukee River, then check to see which artists are currently being showcased in the One Gallery.
Lake Lenwood Beach and Campground is also a good base for visiting Milwaukee, which lies on the western shores of Lake Michigan. Admire the impressive collection of motorcycles on display at the Harley-Davidson Museum or browse the masterpieces that feature in the Milwaukee Art Museum. Also worth visiting is the Milwaukee Public Museum, where you can delve into the local history while walking the Streets of Old Milwaukee exhibit. Another highlight is the European Village, where more than 30 cultures are recreated as they would have appeared during the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
Whether you want to get active in the recreation areas surrounding West Bend or discover the cultural attraction of Milwaukee, book an RV rental in Washington County and start planning your next vacation.