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Camping with an RV rental at Pine Point Campground is one the best ways to enjoy northwestern Wisconsin. The shimmering waters of Lake Holcombe border the campground and provide a tranquil, retreat-like atmosphere. Along with the dramatic scenery, there's a lot more to enjoy here. You can put a boat in the water at the boat launch, go swimming, enjoy the playground, have a picnic, or hike around the lake.
Campsites at Pine Point Campground have water and electric hookups, so you don’t have to go without comfort while enjoying a perfect sunrise every morning. Firewood is offered for purchase on-site, and the campground also provides shower facilities.
As pleasant as the campground is, renting an RV in the area isn’t complete without taking some time to check out some of the other interesting locations in the area. You can find your way over to amazing natural locations like Pershing Wildlife Area and so much more when you book an RV in Chippewa County. Within a couple of hours' drive, you can be in Minneapolis for an interesting day trip, or you can visit Eau Claire to experience vibrant city culture a bit closer to your campground.
Animal lovers can find paradise at Irvine Park Zoo, while you can dive into the local culture and history at the Paul Bunyan Logging Camp Museum. Take the kids to the Children’s Museum of Eau Claire, or spend an afternoon touring the many local wineries and breweries. There are lots of great options when you camp in a travel trailer near Holcombe.
The wilds of Wisconsin are fascinating to see all year round, and an RV rental is the perfect way to explore it. Brunet Island State Park in Cornell is just a bit to the south of Pine Point Campground. There you can enjoy over 1,300 acres of wildlife and trails for a nice adventure. Campgrounds open up opportunities to stick around and try the hunting and fishing available in the area. Swimming and canoeing are also popular, and firewood is offered for sale, so you can set up a cozy campfire while you're here.
Pershing Wildlife Area consists of two tracts of land next to the city of Hannibal. This area has 7,900 acres to cover, where you can see multiple environments like forested woodlands, 1,000 acres of wetlands, and 3,000 acres of brush prairie. It's the perfect place to do some bird watching along with hiking, canoeing, fishing, and wildlife viewing. In the winter, you can find areas for snowmobiling and cross-country skiing.
If you move a bit farther to the west, you can explore Bear Creek Hemlocks State Natural Area and the many other dynamic areas nearby whenever you want to switch it up. Part of Wisconsin’s natural area system, Bear Creek covers around 1,000 acres and features white pine forests and a few uncommon species. This area and the ones like it nearby are open for hiking and birding.
When you are ready to leave the woods and check out what else the area has to offer, northwestern Wisconsin does not disappoint. From the delicious regional cuisine to a number of tasty wineries around the area, finding some good refreshments shouldn’t be much of an issue. If you’re looking for something to do while camping at Pine Point Campground, the Irvine Park Zoo in Chippewa Falls is certainly worth a look. In addition to a zoo, the property has a park with a swimming pool, basketball courts, fields, a skate park, and more. The zoo features a petting zoo area, large animals, small mammals, and farm animals.
For those interested in a little local history and culture, a visit over to the Chippewa Falls Museum of Industry and Technology is in order. Exhibits there cover all sorts of things, some providing a look into the history of the area from past to present. Then you can try the Leap into Lakes environmental interactive exhibit. There is also a variety of artifacts and history to dive into, and other exhibit topics include supercomputers and nanoseconds.
When it’s time for action, you can head down to the trampoline park in Eau Claire for a ton of fun. If the idea of wall-to-wall trampolines doesn’t seal the deal, there are zip lines, go-karts, mini-golf, and much more to enjoy. Test your skills on the climbing wall or have an experience with virtual reality at this fun-filled park. There’s even a water park where you can check out pools, water slides, and other aquatic diversions.