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In Athelstane, Wisconsin, close to the East Thunder Creek and McCaslin Lake, McCaslin Mountain Campground is perfect for RV campers who like fishing and nature. This family-friendly northern Wisconsin campground is located an hour's drive from Marinette and the shores of Lake Michigan and about a 90-minute drive from Green Bay. There is lots to do in the nearby Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest, where you can go hiking, biking, scenic driving, and more.
There are tent sites, cabins, and RV campsites at McCaslin Mountain Campground. Clean restrooms and showers, a camp store, and a snack bar can be accessed on-site. You can also go on guided hunting tours for deer, turkey, and bear or take ATV rides from the campground. Other popular recreational opportunities include fishing, kayaking, and rafting. There are also hiking, biking, and horseback riding trails nearby. The park is open year-round. It has a lot to offer in all seasons, including snowmobiling and cross-country skiing in the wintertime or swimming and boating in the summer.
Other amenities at McCaslin Mountain Campground include electric and water hookups for your Athelstane motorhome rental, a playground for kids, a mini-golf course, and a lot of free space to play. There are no sewer hookups, but there is a dump station on-site. Book an RV in Marinette County, and you can explore the region's beautiful natural areas and attractions.
Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest is just a short drive away from the campsites at McCaslin Mountain Campground. The forest is comprised of about 1.5 million acres of wildlife habitat, hardwood forests, rivers, and ponds. There is a lot to explore here, starting with the diverse plant and animal species. Some of the animals you might observe include white-tailed deer, raccoons, black bears, and river otters. Chequamegon-Nicolet is also a popular destination for hunting, fishing, and trapping. While hiking and exploring the forest, you can visit some interesting places, like Moquah Barrens, Mountain Lookout Tower, Cathedral Pines, and more. The recreational activities here include camping, picnicking, horseback riding, and all kinds of water activities and winter sports.
Governor Thompson State Park is less than half an hour's drive southeast of McCaslin Mountain Campground. The park covers about 2,800 acres of land with access to lakes and ponds, where you can enjoy swimming, boating, and fishing. Here you will find 16 miles of hiking trails perfect for exploring and wildlife watching. There is a boat launch near the Caldron Falls and a lot of beautiful picnicking areas offering amazing scenic views of the lake. Enjoy outdoor activities with your family, or relax by the water when you head to this rugged park.
Escanaba River State Forest is located on the shores of Green Bay. The forest is a beautiful hiking area where you can enjoy nature viewing or wildlife watching. In the ponds and lakes, you can try kayaking and canoeing, or you can go boating on Lake Michigan. Other recreational activities here include fishing, hunting, and cutting wood. Only about an hour's drive east of the campground, this forest is a perfect day trip when RV camping in the area.
The Crivitz Area Museum is located in nearby Crivitz, and it documents the local history of the city, Lake Noquebay, and the Peshtigo River area. Here you can see many historical artifacts, including farm tools and equipment, items from early settler life, logging, and more. The exhibits also display Native Americans artifacts collected in the area. In addition to the main building where you can see what life was like in the early years of the city, there is a logging camp that features houses and logging displays.
In Marinette, the Menominee Railroad Depot is a beautiful historical building, built in the Victorian style in 1903. This Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul Passenger Railway Station is located in the city's historic downtown, close to the lakeshore. The site features a 2,000-square-foot indoor area and additional space outdoors to explore, still in the original style, made out of wood. While admiring the city’s downtown, stop by this landmark to take some fantastic photographs.
The Marinette County Historical Logging Museum is another interesting museum in Marinette, only about an hour's drive from McCaslin Mountain Campground. Learn about the first settlers who arrived in the area or visit the Evancheck log cabin and walk over an old bridge. The museum has many unique historical artifacts on display, including items from the daily life of citizens in the 19th and early 20th centuries.