Kettle Moraine State Forest
The rugged beauty of the Kettle Moraine State Forest makes Waukesha County a haven for campers. Pull in with an RV for a restful camping trip with the comforts of home, load everything on your back and head to a secluded walk-in site, or bring horses for a frontier-style camp out, complete with tether post and riding trails. RV Accommodations include pull-thru sites, big rig access, 50 amp, electric, clean restrooms and showers. There are a variety of sites, most very secluded and private. One of the best areas is the outer loop close to Ottawa Lake. Though the lake is small, it has a clean, sandy beach and dogs are allowed to swim at one end of the lake. Several sites are actually on the lake. However, these sites are all on a steep embankment and none of them has electricity. The park's electric sites are currently a mix of 30A and 50A. Kettle Moraine State Forest has numerous hiking trails to enjoy.
Madison has developed a well-deserved reputation for being one of the coolest and hippest small cities in the United States. It doesn?t hurt that the surrounding Wisconsin countryside is full of scenic beauty. Madison KOA provides a conveniently located full-hookup, pull thru site for their guests. Ready to relax and spend a few days visiting southern Wisconsin's many attractions? Whatever the reason, you'll always find a warm welcome at Madison KOA. Kids enjoy the playground, and pets have their own K9 park for exercise. The friendly staff can direct you to eating establishments and help you find plenty of things to see and do. If you need auto/RV repairs, the staff can put you in contact with nearby repair facilities. Madison has a large number of attractions ranging from Capitol Square to the numerous breweries and wineries. Back at KOA, you can play a yard game, take a dip in the heated pool, toss horseshoes or relax by a campfire. Pool: Memorial Weekend - Labor Day Weekend. Max pull thru: 80 feet. Your hosts: Arnold & Terri Bernatchy.
Lakeview Campground and Bar
If ever there was a reason to pack up that RV and head on down to Wisconsin, then the Lakeview Campground and Bar in Janesville is it. This is the ideal site to hookup that RV and relax, as the amenities on the property will hardly require you to set foot out of the park at all. The property has 91 sites, and each site is a pull-through, which allows easy access. Each site includes a fire pit and picnic table to make those camp dinners feel a little more authentic. The sites include sewer and metered electricity, and those furry friends are welcome as long as they remain on a leash. Possibly one of the best features of the campground, is the stunning view of Lake Koshkonong, which provides a wonderful time for boating enthusiasts. The premises also features a bar and grill which has a relaxing view of the lake.
River Bend RV Resort
Less than an hour?s drive west of Waukesha takes you past a scenic display of lakes, rivers, and granite rocks to the River Bend RV Resort. This exciting, bustling venue has plenty to keep everyone busy, and earns the title ?resort? with on-site recreational options that include a waterpark, fish ponds, a lodge, community center, a gift shop, and a bar and grill, just to name a few. There are events every weekend that follow a certain theme and include music, dancing, and other community activities. Boating enthusiasts can rent canoes here and explore the freshwater lakes and rivers of inland Wisconsin, and the site itself gives guests access to the Craw Fish River. The RV park has rates to accommodate visitors who want to stay for just a night or spend a whole season, and recommends that you book well in advance as this is a popular spot that fills up quickly.