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Perched on the southern edge of Wisconsin along the Illinois border lies Twin Lakes. The two lakes, Lake Elizabeth and Lake Mary, are pristine glacial pothole lakes connected by a short waterway stretch just a short distance from Lake Michigan.
Twin Lakes neighbors Kenosha and is less than 5 miles from Silver Lake and Wilmot towns Since Twin Lakes is less than one and a half hour’s drive from the big cities of Milwaukee and Kenosha, it would be a good idea to set up a base camp for your Silver Lake camper rental at Twin Lakes for your quest to explore southern Wisconsin. Book an RV in Kenosha County, and make memories camping with an RV at Twin Lakes.
Twin Lakes is named after Elizabeth and Mary Ineson, the twin daughters of one of the early settlers in the area. When it comes to a list of fun activities to do while camping at Twin Lakes, you’ll be stunned. If you’ve got a great lust for watersports, Twin Lakes is a hotbed for boating and fishing. Nearby Powers Lake is also loaded with recreational activities to ensure you have a magnificent adventure. The lakes are closely bordered by New Munster Wildlife Area and the Elizabeth Lake Nature Preserve, which are perfect for hiking and biking. Should you venture to the are in the winter, the Wilmot Mountain Ski Resort is the place to be for some skiing and snowboarding.
When you’re RV camping at Twin Lakes, you’ll be spoilt for choice over the variety of fun activities to engage in. Since both the lakes are year-round fishing hotspots, it would be great to pack a few fishing rods in your campervan. Children will be delighted to ride the rental pontoon boats around as you’re introducing them to some deep water fishing. When angling, some of the fish you’ll come across include northern pike, walleye, and bass.
Water skiing, jet skiing, and wakeboarding are some of the popular among the more adventurous folk. Boating and canoeing pave the way to stunning views of the graminoid bog, with tons of marsh shield fen and sphagnum moss on the Elizabeth Lake Nature Preserve.
If you’re an avid hiker or just love some alone time with nature, remember to pack some excellent hiking boots in your rental RV before setting off on your adventure. The adjacent New Munster Wildlife Area offers an epic 2.9 miles hiking, biking, and cross-country loop trail loaded with birds and immensely beautiful landscape. On the south of Lake Elizabeth, there’s a 26-mile Prairie Trail, which is popular among mountain bikers.
When looking for the best state park RV campgrounds in the Twin Lakes area, Chain-O-Lakes State Park will most likely find its way to your list of favorite Wisconsin campgrounds. The 238 ample-sized pull-thru sites on level ground are perfect should you be interested in practicing some dry camping. The only available hookup for your RV rental is a 50 amp electric hookup. Additional amenities include a camp store, laundry facilities, and a playground. The sites are spacious, and pets are allowed.
An alternative camping option would be the Happy Acres Kampground, which hosts about 179 pull-thru sites. The sites are big rig accessible and neatly spaced. Only water and electric hookups are offered, but a dump station is available. WiFi is provided, and for recreation, campers have pool access.
When your time of Twin Lakes camping is almost over, visit more tourist attractions before you leave. Harvest Time Orchards is one of the best family hangout spots in the area. If interested in old-fashioned apple picking, then this is the place to be. Here, the whole family will enjoy an amazing selection of apples and donuts.
Don’t leave the area before paying a visit to Lance Park which is just beside Lake Mary. Enjoy soaking up some rays at the sandy beach, a nice picnic, or even an afternoon basketball game. If touring the park during summer, don’t miss out on the free Aquanaut water ski shows on Wednesdays and Saturdays. There are also fantastic summer movies and the annual County Thunder Music Festival.
The region hosts some whimsical restaurants, which will reward you with an amazing gastronomical experience. After a long hike, hop into one of the many diners around and try something new. You’ll get everything from chicken parmesan sandwich to the mouth-watering lasagna. For the beer and wine lovers, you’ll not be disappointed.