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Rice Lake is a city in Barron County, Wisconsin that was established in 1870 and received its first post office two years later. The city has a great outdoor atmosphere and serves as a hub for the smaller outlying communities in Barron and other counties where guests can shop, seek medical attention and educational opportunities, and conduct business and industry.
Search for an RV in Barron County, and you will be one step closer to a perfect vacation in the heart of Wisconsin. This is an opportunity to visit some other nearby towns and make the most of your trip. Spooner's nickname is “The Crossroads of the North,” as the junction of U.S. Highways 53 and 63, and the junction of State Highways 70 and 253, both occur in or near the city. Ladysmith is the site of a former copper mine that has since been reclaimed for the native wildlife and habitat. Bloomer holds an annual rope skipping competition that has been televised, earning the city the nickname “Jump Rope Capital of the World.” Siren was first settled by French immigrants and later by Swedish immigrants; “Syren” is the Swedish word for lilacs which are abundant in this area (the name was changed to “Siren” by the postal department). Your Rice Lake travel trailer rental is how you will experience this area in comfort and style.
Flambeau River State Forest is a popular recreational area where guests can hike, canoe or kayak the rivers, or fish in an on-site lake. The rivers can range from easy to challenging in difficulty; hunting and picnicking are also allowed, and visitors can cross-country ski through the trails in winter. Permits may be required for some activities and fees may apply.
Chippewa Moraine State Recreation Area is a part of the Ice Age National Scientific Reserve and contains kettle lakes and many glacial features as a result; it consists of rolling hills, open prairie, and select tree stands. The park has an interpretive center with exhibits and displays of the culture that existed here and the area's natural history. Hiking, fishing, and bird watching are allowed in the summer, and in the winter, guests can enjoy snowshoeing on the trails. Park your Rice Lake camper rental nearby, and use it for a viewing blind while you enjoy its creature comforts.
Loon Lake Wildlife Area was created in the 1960s to provide refuge for a variety of native wildlife creatures, such as black bear, deer, and much more. It consists of grass fields, lowland brush, tree stands of oak, maple, and aspen, and other vegetation. There are waterfowl flowages, pothole lakes, and it is divided by the Apple River. Visitors can enjoy birding and wildlife viewing, hiking, and gathering edibles such as mushrooms; fishing and hunting are allowed, and guests can go cross-country skiing or snowmobiling in the winter.
There are numerous RV parks and campgrounds near Rice Lake, and some of them may have mobile homes. Your Rice Lake RV trailer rental is all you will need to guarantee a relaxing and enjoyable vacation.
Moon Lake Resort is a rustic RV campground on the east side of Big Moon Lake. It is a dog-friendly park with some restrictions; guests can enjoy the sandy beach for swimming and sun tanning. The park also has a playground and other outdoor games. There are restrooms and a sanitary dump station; individual sites have electric and water hookups.
This is Wisconsin country so there are urban parks within the city where visitors can take a relaxing walk and enjoy observing nature; there is also an indoor skate park where guests can exercise away from rain, cold, or other unfriendly weather, should it appear. There are a target shooting range, a small-town community theater, and an indoor adventure park too. The adventure park allows guests to rent rooms by the hour, during which they try to solve puzzles in order to escape the room. The community theater includes small meals with its evening shows, which are put on by local amateurs but worth attending. Don't forget about your Rice Lake motorhome rental; part of the fun is driving it out on the open highways. You don't want to miss out on this part of the adventure.
Sampling the local cuisine is another part of the excitement, and Rice Lake wants you to enjoy this part of your trip. The city has a good variety of cuisines on hand, and most of them are locally owned and operated. One Italian restaurant is family-friendly and has a bar area as well as a dining room. The menu has pasta, sandwich, and salad selections as well as pizzas; portions are very large, and the prices are reasonable.
Another restaurant offers Southern-style barbecue and has a good selection of side dishes to accompany the main courses. The atmosphere is nice; those seeking a quiet dinner can order takeout, which they offer. You can also have your leftovers wrapped up and take them home to your Rice Lake luxury RV rental for a midnight snack. Tasty food enjoyed from your favorite lawn chair under a Wisconsin sky; this is what vacations are all about.