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Explore the rich culture, history, and beautiful natural locations of north-central Wisconsin when you book an RV in Wausau. You can visit amazing spots each offering their share of jaw-dropping views and recreational opportunities that can be as diverse as the seasons. A Wausau RV rental is full of convenient comforts, or you can park it for a while and hop on the Metro Ride, offering bus routes around the area.

You can also take advantage of the extra mobility that a campervan rental from Wausau provides and check out other interesting cities like Green Bay. Another excellent spot to visit for culture and great food is Eau Claire. Booking a travel trailer rental in Wausau opens up an array of opportunities for fun and relaxation.

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The Great Outdoors

Wausau and its surrounding area have everything you could hope to find when you rent an RV, with each spot offering a unique look at the area. Marathon Park bolsters opportunities with many ways to have a good time. Sports fields, picnic areas, camping spots, and more are just a few of the things you can find at this recreational park. Then you can head out to Rib Mountain State Park just south of town, where you can immerse yourself in nature. Whether you are visiting in the summer or taking advantage of Granite Peak Ski Area in the winter, you can find many activities to keep you moving. Hiking will lead you to a wild assortment of memorable scenes regardless of when you visit, and you can also find hunting opportunities if you are interested.

Wisconsin is an amazing place to visit year-around. Sylvan Hill Park offers access to cross-country skiing and tubing fun, or you can also enjoy mountain biking trails and hiking during the spring, summer, and fall.

Tranquility is easy to find when you visit Bluegill Bay Park, on the western banks of the Wisconsin River. You will find more activities than you would expect on this park's 68 acres; it's the perfect atmosphere for enjoying some peace and quiet. When touring the terrain with a camper rental from Wausau, you may want to set aside a day to visit the historic Barker-Stewart Island & Big Blue Falls Park. Here you can enjoy a lighted stroll through the island park trail, set up a picnic on the shore, or explore the 15-acre island by bicycle.

RV Parks

It's simple to find a nice place to stay during your visit with a motorhome rental from Wausau, WI. You could try Lake Dubay Shores Campground in Mosinee for a peaceful stay. There you will find amenities like Wi-Fi, restrooms, showers, laundry facilities, and a camp store. The campground has frontage on the Wisconsin River, and guests here can enjoy boating, swimming, and other water recreation.

Another spot worth a look is Rivers Edge Campground in Stevens Point. Bring the Wausau RV trailer rental here, and you can enjoy amenities including a swimming pool, a jumping pillow, a playground, and access to the Wisconsin River. Full hookups are available, and there are sites with pull-through or back-in access.

When the night starts to draw near, you can also head to Council Grounds State Park in Merrill for the evening. This spot has amenities that include electrical hookups and shower facilities, and there is a dump station on site. Food and shopping options are just a short drive from the park.

Marathon Park is another spot to consider parking the Wausau camper rental. Here there are electrical hookups available, along with a dump station, restrooms, showers, and sports courts nearby. Playgrounds can be found throughout the park, and there is a splash pad perfect for steamy summer days.

Explore the City

Once you’ve taken in the sights of the gorgeous outdoors, you can explore some of the city attractions around the area. No visit to the area is complete without checking out the amazing art you can find at Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum. Nature-themed works fill this stunning year-round destination.

For some more fantastic natural scenes, head to the Monk Botanical Gardens. At this 29-acre wilderness area, you can walk the trails leading to themed gardens and also explore the on-site treehouse. There's a different scene around every corner; you can easily spend an afternoon wandering through this beautiful spot.

Perhaps after you want to catch a show at The Grand Theater. You can also take advantage of the many local breweries in the area to test out the local suds. You probably don't want to miss the 400 Block venue for local events or to rest and enjoy the fresh air. Then you can visit the Yawkey House Museum to learn a little bit about the town's history. It's easy to strike a balance between nature and fun city explorations when you book a campervan rental in Wausau, WI.

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