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Offering a host of recreational activities and a pretty, primitive campground, New Glarus Woods State Park is a lovely spot for a family camping weekend. Located in New Glarus in southern Wisconsin, this 435-acre park is tucked away in a landscape of dense forest, restored prairies, and undulating terrain.

Spend a few nights here and you can enjoy beautiful hiking and biking opportunities, or try your luck at some hunting or cross-country skiing. And with an 18-site campground that can accommodate RVs, New Glarus Woods State Park is both a relaxing and convenient destination. Keep reading to find out how you can make the most of your stay.

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Getting Outdoors

For some campers in New Glarus Woods State Park, the number-one attraction is simply the ability to escape the city and just immerse yourself in pretty natural surrounds for a few days. But while there's plenty of relaxation on offer here, the best way to enjoy the park is to get active.

A great way to start is to set out on foot to explore New Glarus Woods State Park's eight-mile network of hiking trails. There are trails of varying lengths and difficulty levels available, so study a trail map and route descriptions before starting your walk.

If you're after something easy, either Basswood Nature Trail or the Bison Nature Trail should fit the bill perfectly. If you're after something a little more challenging, the Havenridge Nature Trail wanders for just over four miles and offers the best opportunity to explore the park's varied terrain.

It's also worth bringing your bike along when packing for your New Glarus Woods State Park camping trip. If you set out on the Sugar River trail spur in the park, you'll soon link up with the excellent Sugar River State Trail. This 24-mile trail leads to the villages of Monticello, Albany, and Brodhead, providing an invigorating adventure for keen explorers. It's an easy trail that runs along an old railway, and also links with the 40-mile Badger State Trail just outside of Monticello.

Hunting and trapping are also permitted in the park's open areas, but the other most popular recreational activity in New Glarus Woods State Park takes place in winter. All trails in the park are open to cross-country skiing and snowshoeing, so winter sports enthusiasts are well catered for. The trails aren't groomed, so they're not ideal for skiers of all levels, but they offer a peaceful opportunity for exploration and exercise when the cold weather hits.

Camping at New Glarus Woods State Park

If you'd like to camp with an RV at New Glarus Woods State Park, search for a rental RV in Green County and then reserve a site in the park's Lead Road Circle Campground. There are 18 campsites here for tents, pop-ups, and small RVs — make sure the site you choose can accommodate your camper rental before you make a booking.

These are primitive campsites with no electricity or showers, and there's also no RV dump station, so this isn't the perfect campground for travelers who prefer "glamping" to camping. However, vault toilets and water are provided, there's a decent amount of shade, and a fort-style playground to keep kids entertained.

If you want to camp at New Glarus Woods State Park with your pet, you'll be pleased to learn that dogs are welcome in the campground. However, you'll need to clean up after your dog and make sure to keep them on a leash at all times.

Finally, it's also worth pointing out that the campground also features 14 walk-to sites for tent camping and six group tent campsites.

Exploring the Area

There's plenty to enjoy on a New Glarus Woods State Park RV camping adventure, but you'll also find a long list of nearby attractions when you venture outside the park.

For example, if you'd like to continue your camping vacation in another of Wisconsin's state parks, Yellowstone Lake State Park is just over half an hour to the west. This spot is a firm favorite with anglers and also offers an extensive hiking trail network and several picnic areas.

If you'd like to explore the charming village of New Glarus, aptly nicknamed "America's Little Switzerland," check out the Swiss Historical Village and Museum. Wander through the authentic buildings of this living history museum to experience a taste of what life was like in the original Swiss settlement.

And if you'd rather head for a major center, you can steer your rental RV northeast and be in Madison in around 40 minutes. Once you get there, make sure you spend a day meeting the animals at Henry Vilas Zoo.

Whichever way you look at it, a camping adventure in southern Wisconsin offers a long list of adventures and experiences. So, rent a camper near New Glarus Woods State Park and get ready for your next outdoor escape.

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