When you choose an RV campground located close to an urban area, you'll find peace, relaxation, and exquisite natural scenery without having to give up the creature comforts you're used to. Riverside Park Campground, on the outskirts of New Lisbon, Wisconsin, is exactly that, a true utopia only minutes away from gas stations, restaurants, and grocery stores. You can stock up on supplies and throw together a meal in your RV rental or head into town and let someone else do the cooking (and the dishes). This family and pet-friendly New Lisbon RV park is open from mid-May to mid-October each year and is located near the Lemonweir and Little Lemonweir rivers.The campsites at Riverside Park Campground have 20/30 amp electricity and grass RV pads. The park has restrooms with showers, a boat ramp so you can fish in the rivers, a playground, and a horseshoe pitch. Once you're settled in and ready to begin, the Wisconsin Dells is only a few minutes away and packed with attractions and an array of entertainment venues.
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Book one of the RV rentals in Juneau County and start your tour by jumping behind the wheel and heading for Mill Bluff State Natural Area, an uncultivated outdoor recreation area that is centered around an extinct glacial lake from the ice ages. There are sandstone mesas, buttes, and pinnacles towering over the lake as well as petroglyphs and tree stands of jack, red and white pine, red maple, among other varieties. The diversity of the landscape makes this park a wonder for hikers to enjoy and an idyllic birding destination.Yellow River State Wildlife Area is a combination of low sandy ridges and floodplain forest, with tree stands such as maple, elm, black ash, and cottonwood; the park is divided by the Yellow River, which both sustains the park and enhances its beauty. This wildlife area exists along an area where the northern conifer-hardwood tree stands are gradually replaced by stands of southern hardwood, making it a utopia for nature lovers. You can come here to hunt and fish in the river, or to simply hike and view the birds and wildlife; there are no designated trails, but there may be paths worn down by previous foot traffic.Quincy Bluff and Wetlands State Natural Area is also an undisturbed refuge with no amenities such as drinking water or restrooms. The park has a variety of ecosystems such as forested areas, pine barrens, sand prairie, and sedge meadows, so hikers and nature observers will have plenty to look at. Some examples of the natural attractions found here are Quincy Bluff and Lone Rock; the park has numerous sandstone bluffs and buttes, which can be up to several hundred feet tall. The combination of ecosystems and geological features has attracted an interesting assortment of wildlife, some of which are rare and not often found anywhere else. As with the Yellow River State Wildlife Area, a map and compass are strongly suggested.
When you've had your fill of the outdoors, you should spend some time in the local communities to experience the culture. Elroy is a quiet and friendly town with some nearby trails you can hike or cycle without having to work too hard; one of them passes through several tunnels and is well marked. It has a few minor hills but should be a pleasant walk or ride for most visitors. Another trail is a rail trail that requires a pass; it is paved, relatively level, and also has a tunnel you pass through. Elroy has a small but adequate restaurant industry with pub and family establishments, a bistro, a deli, and a drive-in. The menus offer standard American-style fare, and these eateries are all locally owned and operated.Sparta is another small town with plenty of character and two museums. The town's character is represented by Ben Biken, otherwise known as “the world's tallest bicycle.” It's a statue of an antique bicycle and is located in a small park with hiking trails and picnic amenities. One of the museums focuses on all things bicycle but also has NASA exhibits and a young children's area. The town's dining options are extensive and have a variety of cuisines, although most are mainstream American eateries. There are pubs and pizzerias, a few commercial chain-style establishments, cafes, and more, so there should be something for everyone.Having the calm and quiet of an RV campground and the proximity of attractions that will catch your eye is how great vacations are established; if this is what you're looking for, then look no further than a campsite at Riverside Park Campground.