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Popular with small families and first-time RV drivers who want a little more room than a van. Comparable to driving a truck.
The smallest and nimblest of fully enclosed RVs. Drives like a van. Loves posing for Instagram.
A formal-sounding name for camper van, but just as photogenic.
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If an RV park with easy access to highways and urban centers in western and southern Wisconsin is what you're looking for, look no further than Oakdale KOA. This family-owned and operated RV campground has a playground for the kids and a covered area where parents can observe in comfort; it also has a heated swimming pool that the entire family can enjoy. You can bask in the privacy of your own site while sitting around a campfire, or join in the social activities that include ice cream socials and pancake breakfasts. If the weather decides not to cooperate, you have a pavilion at your disposal for large group activities and a game room with a pool table and a ping-pong table. Additional amenities include horseshoes, a badminton court, and a volleyball court.
Once you've arrived in your Oakdale motorhome rental, you can catch up on your email and news with the park Wi-Fi and cable TV channels, or get some laundry done in preparation for the days ahead. The individual sites have either 30 or 50 amp electricity and pull-through or back-in access. Some of the sites have full hookups while the rest have water and electricity hookups only. Firewood and propane can be purchased, and there is a Kamp K9 where your pets can stretch their legs and enjoy some freedom.
When you're ready, start your vacation by taking a look at what's near Oakdale KOA. Wisconsin is as widely known for its cheese as for its landscape, and there is a multitude of local farms and Amish homesteads that welcome tourists and visitors. The Kickapoo River is your invitation to go canoeing and kayaking, enjoying the waters and the scenery that includes rolling landscapes, sandbars, and towering rock bluffs. If cycling is your thing, the local Elroy/Sparta Bike Trail is part of the much larger 400 Mile Bike Trail that runs from Reedsburg to Elroy; the trail has bike tunnels that can reach almost a mile in length.
Search for an RV in Monroe County, and you are one step away from finding the RV rental of your dreams. Once you have what you're looking for, jump behind the wheel and head for Wildcat Mountain State Park, a mere 30-mile trip from Oakdale KOA. The park is open year-round and looks down on the Kickapoo River; you can hike the trails that follow the river and also lead to the peak of Wildcat Mountain. The park is open for camping too, and if you don't have a canoe or kayak, you can rent one in the nearby village of Ontario. There is a shuttle service to and from the river if you use a rental.
Mill Bluff State Park is a few miles from Oakdale KOA, so you can come here in your campervan rental or even by bicycle, making the most of the outing. Mill Bluff is open from early morning to late evening year-round and is accessible for swimming, hiking, picnicking, and camping. The campground is open from roughly late May until September, but you can park at the gates and walk into the park during the offseason. The sandstone bluffs and buttes were created during the last ice age and were originally islands until the waters receded, leaving the spectacular monuments you see today.
If you're interested in seeing something slightly different, consider visiting Suk Cerney Peatlands State Natural Area, a short distance northeast of Oakdale KOA. The park is a patchwork of bog, meadow, conifer swamp, and sandy uplands that support pine barrens. It is an undeveloped area so you won't find restrooms or picnic facilities, and there are no designated hiking trails, only footpaths that should be identifiable but rustic. The park is a good destination if you are hoping to observe nature, resident wildlife, and bird species.
When it's time to start considering meals and evening entertainment, head for the city of Sparta, the county seat of Monroe County. Sparta refers to itself as “the bicycling capital of America” due to its conversion of a rail bed into a biking path (the first of its kind in the state). The town has a museum dedicated to space exploration and, wouldn't you know it, bicycles. It also has Ben Biken, a statue that is the world's biggest bicycle; it's located in a park with a stream, so you can take a stroll after you've seen it.
Another potential destination could be New Lisbon, which has an assortment of restaurants to choose from. Some of the venues are commercial chain restaurants, but most are locally owned and operated, so there should be something for everyone. A few of the choices have some very creative names, suggesting that some considerable thought may have gone into developing these eateries. One of the local pub restaurants has friendly staff, outdoor seating, and a spectacular water view to accompany their menu.
Outdoor adventure and indoor ambiance, Monroe County has it all, and Oakdale KOA is your portal to this exciting piece of Wisconsin.