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When you are making plans to book an RV in Washburn County, you’ll also want to find a place to stay for the duration, and you will definitely enjoy the Log Cabin Resort and Campground on the Namekagon River near Spooner. The resort features a splash park with two water slides, an obstacle course, a bouncy castle, a zorb ball, and a climbing wall. There is also a sandy beach and a playground. Adults will appreciate the wood-fired sauna. And the camp store offers apparel, sundries, souvenirs, and snacks. Canoe, tube, and kayak rentals with shuttle service are available, as are canoe and kayak river trips.
The campsites at the Log Cabin Resort and Campground can accommodate rigs up to 42 feet in length. Sites are available with full hookups or water and electric hookups. Service is 30 amps. At this family-friendly campground in northern Wisconsin, the campsites are level and shaded with fire pits and picnic tables. Campground amenities include restrooms and showers, a dump station, and a dumpster.
Spend some time exploring the St. Croix National Scenic Riverway with your RV rental near the Log Cabin Resort and Campground. The St. Croix and Namekegon rivers together offer over 200 miles of clean water running through a forested landscape and historic towns. Recreational opportunities here include boating and paddling, fishing, and hiking. Outfitters in the park offer boat and gear rentals as well as shuttle services. Staffed visitor centers provide river maps and brochures, exhibits and displays, native plant gardens, and a bookstore with park merchandise, nature guides, books and educational toys, and gifts and souvenirs. Ranger-led programs are held throughout the year.
The St. Croix State Park is a National Historic Landmark that is easily accessible when you camp in an RV near Trego. Naturalist programs center around park habitats, wildlife, and cultural heritage and include guided hikes, paddles, crafts, and ranger talks. Recreational opportunities here include a swimming beach, playground, volleyball court, horseshoe pit, and picnic area with shelter, tables, grills, and restrooms. Sports equipment is available at the park office. Canoe rental and shuttle service are available seasonally. A warming house with indoor fireplaces, tables, and restrooms is available during the winter sports season. There is a gift shop with a nature store to check out while you're here.
You can also explore the great outdoors at the Bean Brook State Wildlife Management Area near Hayward with your RV rental near the Log Cabin Resort and Campground. This 1,728-acre area is comprised of conifer, hardwood, and lowland alder swamp in addition to uplands of brush, aspen, alder, and mixed pine. There is a wide variety of native wildlife, fish, and plants. Bean Brook, Little Bean Brook, and Mackay Creek cross the area. Recreational activities here include hiking, fishing, hunting, trapping, berry picking, snowshoeing, bird watching, wildlife viewing, and photography.
Eau Claire is one of Wisconsin’s largest cities and a wonderful place to explore when you rent a camper near the Log Cabin Resort and Campground. Some of the highlights include the Chippewa River State Trail, the Children’s Museum of Eau Claire, and the Paul Bunyan Logging Camp and Museum. This is also a city with a thriving craft beer and distillery scene and the restaurants and live music that go along with it. Special events that take place here every year include the Blue Ox Music Festival, Farm Technology Days, and the Eau Claire Jazz Festival. Make sure to check out Visit Eau Claire, the Eau Claire Area Chamber of Commerce, and Travel Wisconsin for the latest news in local happenings and visitor information.
If you’d like to visit an even bigger city with your campervan rental, head over to Minneapolis for all the big-city attractions and amenities you can handle. Some of the biggest draws include the Minneapolis Sculpture Garden, the Mill City Museum, the Minneapolis Stone Arch Bridge, Nickelodeon Universe, and the nearby mega Mall of America. The award-winning food and drink scene is outstanding and there is truly something for everyone. Special events in this area every year include the Twin Cities Film Fest, farmers’ markets, the Minnesota State Fair, the Winter Solstice Celebration, and the Minnesota Fringe Festival. Visit Meet Minneapolis, Explore Minnesota, and the Minneapolis Regional Chamber of Commerce for up-to-date information on area attractions, events, and tourist information.
The camp store at the RV resort features snacks, cold drinks, and ice cream. And when you head into town, you’ll have your choice of locally owned and operated establishments offering bar and grill fare, diner delights, family-friendly meals, pizza, and more. You’ll likely need to refill your Trego motorhome rental tank as well and you can find either gasoline or diesel fuel at any of the area’s numerous service stations, truck stops, and convenience stores.