2016 Forest River Cherokee Grey Wolf
2016 Forest River Cherokee Grey Wolf
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There's just something about waterfalls that is so mesmerizing; something that makes us hold our breath in wonder while we just stop and stare. That's why Pattison State Park is such a popular camping destination.
Located 20 minutes south of Superior, this 1,436-acre park is home to Big Manitou Falls, the highest waterfall in Wisconsin. This spectacular sight draws visitors to the park from far and wide, while Pattison State Park's scenic campground is the perfect place for you to set up camp in an RV for a few nights or more.
And with excellent hiking, swimming, and winter sports opportunities on offer, there are plenty of reasons why you'll want to stay for as long as possible.
With breathtaking natural scenery, Pattison State Park is one of the best destinations in Wisconsin to enjoy some truly memorable sightseeing. The highlight is, of course, Big Manitou Falls, which is 165 feet high and well worth capturing in a photo or two. Twin Little Manitou Falls may be much smaller, at a height of 31 feet, but still a lovely sight.
You'll need to strap on your walking shoes to enjoy the best water views. A half-mile trail leads you to overlooks on both sides of the river, while the Big Manitou Falls River Trail is a steep but rewarding trek that gives you a closer view of the river itself.
There are seven miles of hiking trails in total in Pattison State Park, so it's also worth venturing further afield to explore the best of them. The two-mile Beaver Trail, which leads you around Interfalls Lake, is a particular favorite. Along the way, you might spot some of the 250-plus animal species that call the park home, so keep your eyes peeled.
If you're visiting in the winter months, the park also boasts three loop trails for cross-country skiing. All of these loops can be accessed from the campground and designed for beginner to moderate-level skiers. The red loop is designed for beginners and is the best place to start your adventure.
Of course, if you visit at the height of summer, snow will be the last thing on your mind. Happily, you can cool off by taking a dip in the 27-acre Interfalls Lake. There's a 300-foot sandy beach area where you can venture into the water, or maybe just stretch out in the sun and work on your tan. However, there are no lifeguards on duty, so be very careful if you do decide to go for a swim.
RV camping at Pattison State Park offers the best way to immerse yourself in the beautiful surroundings and enjoy the best the park has to offer. Search for a rental RV in Douglas County and then find yourself a spot in the park's 59-site campground.
Eighteen sites feature electrical hookups, but there are no sewer or water hookups provided. Most are pull-through sites, but a small number of back-in-only sites are also available. Decent shade helps Pattison State Park campers escape the worst of the heat in summer. Three backpacking sites are provided as well.
There's an RV dump station provided for added convenience, while showers and flushing toilets are also available in the summer months. However, the bathhouse closes in September and the shower building in October. Pit toilets in the camping area are open all year round.
If you want to camp at Pattison State Park with your dog, you'll be happy to hear that pets are permitted in the campground. However, you'll need to keep your dog on a leash and clean up after them at all times.
When your Pattison State Park camping adventure comes to an end, there are plenty of good reasons why you shouldn't just head straight for home.
For example, you might want to steer your rental motorhome north towards Superior and take advantage of the great birdwatching on offer on the harbor's four-mile sandbar.
If you'd rather spend some time exploring another of Wisconsin's wonderful state parks, you can be checking out the beautiful waterfalls of Amnicon Falls State Park in less than half an hour.
And if you're something of a winter sports enthusiast, you'll probably want to head to Duluth in Minnesota to spend a while enjoying the Spirit Mountain Recreation Area.
Regardless of whether you're craving exciting adventures or tranquil relaxation, you shouldn't have to go too far to find what you're looking for. Why not rent a camper near Pattison State Park and start planning your perfect Wisconsin camping vacation?