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The lakeside community of Manitowoc is located on the western shore of Lake Michigan, north of Milwaukee and close the Green Bay. Originally occupied by Native Americans, the French looked to settle the area in the 17th century to establish fur trading posts across Michigan.

As Manitowoc is on the shore of Lake Michigan, it has become a popular spot for anglers looking to take advantage of the rich waters of the Great Lakes. There are plenty of great natural sights here too, with various nature reserves dotted along the Lake Michigan shoreline. There's also easy access to bigger cities such as Green Bay close by, meaning you'll never run out of activities to enjoy when you book an RV in Manitowoc.

The Great Outdoors

Being right on the doorstep of one the Great Lakes means you won't be short on things to see when you rent an RV in Manitowoc. If you're looking to do some sunbathing by the beach, then you might want to plan a visit to Point Beach State Forest near Two Rivers. This park is home to 17 miles of hiking trails which are a mix of paved and gravel paths, ideal for biking or hiking. Visitors are welcome to go swimming at the beach and even participate in kayaking, boating, or fishing.

If you don't want to stray far from the city when you rent an RV in Manitowoc, a stunning attraction worth visiting is the West of the Lake Gardens. These botanical gardens cover around six acres of land and feature a wide variety of plants from across the world, which are split between nine distinct areas. The garden is meticulously laid out and beautiful to observe, with plenty of photo opportunities while you enjoy a picnic by the reflecting pond.

If you're looking to get out of the city and back to nature when you book a travel trailer rental in Manitowoc, WI, then consider stopping at the Collins Marsh Wildlife Area. Collins Marsh covers over 4,000 acres of land and is a birdwatcher's paradise. This is due to the park being a popular breeding spot for ducks and geese, as well as featuring rarer birds including heron, osprey, and yellow-winged blackbirds.

RV Parks

The areas around the Great Lakes are never short on RV parks, and there are plenty of options when you book an RV rental in Manitowoc. One RV park to consider is the Village Inn On the Lake Hotel and RV Park near Two Rivers. This small RV park contains roughly 24 gravel campsites, all of which have full hookups with max amp electric, and can accommodate big rigs. Amenities on site include a snack bar, showers, and laundry facilities. There's also recreation here such as a heated swimming pool and easy access to Lake Michigan.

Alternatively, you might want to consider staying at the Seagull Marina RV park with the Manitowoc motorhome rental. This campground features just under 100 campsites, which are a mixture of grass and gravel. Site facilities vary, with the majority providing full hookups and others giving electric and water hookups only. Amenities at this campsite are basic and include showers and restrooms, and Lake Michigan provides plenty of recreation including fishing and swimming.

Exploring the City

Manitowoc is a large enough city that you shouldn't have to go elsewhere for anything. Other cities such as Green Bay and Two Rivers are close by if you want a change of scenery. Manitowoc provides visitors with plenty of things to see, including museums like the Rahr-West Art Museum. This art museum is housed within an impressive Victorian style mansion and showcases art by various local artists. It's a great way to experience the culture of Manitowoc and its history.

Another great museum to visit when you have a camper rental in Manitowoc is the Wisconsin Maritime Museum. This museum is one of the largest of its kind in the country and is home to plenty of unique restored ships. One of the best attractions in the museum is the restored World War II submarine which visitors are welcome to tour so that they can experience what life was like on one of these historic vessels. Other sights include an original steam engine, a gallery highlighting the maritime history, and the Children's Waterway Room where kids can launch mini-boats into a re-creation of Lake Superior.

If you're looking for a family-friendly experience when you book a camper rental in Manitowoc, then consider a sit to the Lincoln Park Zoo. Home to some rare animals including Asian black bears, bald eagles, and lynx, there is plenty for all ages to enjoy at this zoo. This zoo is heavily focused on conservation, and the on-site education center encourages young and old to learn about what can be done to help save the environment for future generations.

RV Rentals in Manitowoc, WI

Manitowoc, WI is the perfect spot to start your next road trip.

There are many popular rentals in Manitowoc. Outdoorsy's Manitowoc RV rental marketplace allows renters to choose from rental options from professional RV rental agencies as well as RVs for rent by owner.

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Nearby to Manitowoc are a number of National, State and Local parks. Travelers can easily rent RVs and motorhomes near Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore, Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore, Effigy Mounds National Monument, Devil's Lake State Park, and Shiawassee National Wildlife Refuge.

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Check out local hikes, campgrounds, parks and more!

Local Hiking Trails

Hiking Trail City State
John Muir Blue Loop Trail La Grange Wisconsin
Dune Climb Trail Glen Arbor Michigan
North Kettle Moraine Trail Plymouth Wisconsin
Empire Bluff Trail Empire Michigan
Kettle View and Meadow Trails Loop Delafield Wisconsin
Ice Age Trail to Lapham Peak Delafield Wisconsin
Scuppernong Nature Trail Dousman Wisconsin
Sleeping Bear Point Trail Glen Arbor Michigan
The Manistee River Loop Trail Brethren Michigan
Lime Kiln Trail Sherwood Wisconsin

Nearby Campgrounds

Apple Creek Campground

campground De Pere, WI
Apple Creek Campground just south of Green Bay, Wisconsin offers electricity and water hook ups in their all back-in sites. There are bathrooms with running water and showers. Take a dip in the swimming pool to cool off, or lounge on the pool deck with a good book. Dogs are welcome and are required to be leashed. This cozy, busy campground has an indoor games room, snack bar, and laundry. Apple Creek Campground is conveniently located to Green Bay and is right off the highway. The playground will keep kids busy, and they will enjoy splashing in the pond. Have a campfire in your fire ring. Firewood is available for purchase on site. Make use of the covered pavilion to have a picnic with your group, or try to count the semis as they go across the overpass. Stay in the shade of the large, beautiful trees that give this campground a pleasant atmosphere.

Sleepy Hollow Farm

campground Oshkosh, WI
Sleepy Hollow Farm offers amenities that will help make your RV experience pleasurable and enjoyable. Sleepy Hollow offers some great options for tent and RV camping. The amenities include 48 RV sites with water/electric/and sewer (new in 2015), new shower house with private tiled showers and flush toilets (new in 2011),sanitary dump station (new in 2010), pull-through sites, pavilion for large group activities (accommodates up to 200 guests and new in 2011), laundry facilities (new in 2012),. All RV sites have either 20, 30, or 50 amp service with water . Sleepy Hollow also features free Wi-Fi, a Camp Store, hiking trails in 5 acres of wood, You can choose a shady or sunny site. Sleepy Hollow is also close to Lake Winnebago and the city of Oshkosh. Oshkosh is a small, quintessential Wisconsin that has a vibrant nighlfe scene that summer campers like to take advantage of.

High Cliff State Park, Wisconsin

campground Sherwood, WI
Just nine miles across the bay from downtown Appleton, on the eastern shore of Lake Winnebago, are the picturesque, white limestone cliffs of High Cliff State Park. Experience the stellar and peaceful woodland environment from this region that is considered to be sacred to local Native American nations. This is the largest lake in Wisconsin, and its shores are a haven for nature enthusiasts, geologists, historians, and travelers. Aside from the usual lake-shore activities that would include boating, fishing, or swimming, there is also a quarry, effigy mounds, and lime kilns to explore. The site welcomes both RVers and tent camping, with 30 lots that include standard electric hook-ups. Families and kids will appreciate the volleyball court and playground equipment. The site is also equipped with group campsites, a visitor center, showers, drinking water, a recycling station, and even an amphitheater. There?s also a convenience store for essentials, and firewood is also available in-site.

Quietwoods South Camping Resort

campground Brussels, WI
Quietwoods South Camping Resort Is the first campground as you enter into beautiful Door County. Family-owned and operated, it is situated on 51 acres of quiet, wooded seclusion. After a fun-filled day touring the area, come back to your site, relax, and enjoy the real beauty of Door County?s countryside. Guests particularly enjoy their expanded Pool and Waterslide, along with the gameroom and fishing pond are sure to keep the kids entertained. Additional activities include mini golf, horseshoes, baseball diamond, basketball court, and planned activities.The Door County Peninsula features 250 miles of the most gorgeous shoreline the Midwest has to offer. With six State Parks, you and your family can enjoy hiking, biking, beaches, lighthouse tours and more! There are concerts, plays and nightlife to enjoy, as well as the Maritime Museum, golf courses, restaurants and splendid antique shops. Quietwoods is the perfect place to sit back and relax after a long day of having fun and enjoying Wisconsin.

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