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When you are starting your search for an RV in Waupaca County, you’ll want to find a place to stay and play, and Wolf River Trips and Campground fits the bill for both. You can enjoy tubing, canoeing, or kayaking down the Little Wolf River. All equipment, gear, and shuttle service are included. First-time tubers are welcome. There is also a full-service bar and grill on the property.
The campsites at Wolf River Trips and Campground may have full hookups or water and electric hookups only. Some riverside sites are available. Sites have fire rings. Campground amenities include restrooms and showers, a beach, a playground, and sports and recreation areas. Quiet hours are enforced, and leashed pets are permitted.
Visit the Mosquito Hill Nature Center when you rent a camper near the Wolf River Trips and Campground, and you’ll get an excellent sense of the great outdoors here. The center sits on 441 acres near the Wolf River. It features hands-on displays, natural history exhibits, a library, themed classrooms, and a nature-themed gift shop. There is also a trail system with three miles of developed trails, including one with wheelchair access. There are also trails for snowmobiling and other winter activities. Special events held here include the annual Harvest Moon Festival with hayrides, live animal programs, and after-dark stargazing.
Near Appleton, the Gordon Bubolz Nature Preserve, also known as the Fox Cities Environmental Learning Campus, is another excellent place to explore when you camp in an RV near New London. The preserve features 725 acres of mixed habitat, eight and a half miles of trails with benches, snowshoeing, and cross-country trails, and two teaching ponds. There is also an environmentally themed interactive play area, a low ropes course, a nature center, and a turtle pond. Special events held here include Friday Night Flights with birds of prey and craft beer, Maple Syrup Saturday, and Ales on the Trails.
The Navarino State Wildlife Area consists of nearly 15,000 acres of state-owned land that you can enjoy with your RV rental near the Wolf River Trips and Campground. The wildlife area is made up of sandy uplands, open fields, lowland scrub, pine plantations, and other habitat types. The Navarino Nature Center features a nature center, a shelter, picnic areas, and restrooms. There are hiking trails, snowshoe trails, groomed ski trails, an interpretive trail, and a canoe launch. Other recreational activities include hunting and trapping, fishing, wildlife viewing, and wild edible gathering. Special events that happen here every year include ArtFest and Halloween Happenings.
New London itself is split between Waupaca County and Outagamie County. There are plenty of things to enjoy when you are in New London camping. Some of the highlights include the Heritage Historical Village, Thern Farm, the New London Public Museum, the scenic views along Wolf River, and the restored historic downtown district with excellent retail therapy opportunities. Movies are now shown in the fully restored Grand Opera House, and the Wolf River Theatre offers the best of community productions. You can be part of the community at events such as the New London Car Show and Swap Meet, a big band dance, and Heritage Day and Railfest. Make sure to visit New London Tourism and Travel Wisconsin for the latest in local news, happenings, and visitor guides.
If you’re looking for big-city attractions and amenities when you're camping at the Wolf River Trips and Campground, you can head over to Green Bay. Some of the top things to do here include the Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame, the National Railroad Museum, the Green Bay Botanical Garden, Bay Beach Amusement Park, and Heritage Hill State Park. Special events that take place here include the Annual Gallerie of Shoppes, tailgate parties, the Festival of Trees, Mile of Music, and the Tall Ships Festival. This area is known for beer, cheese, frozen custard, and other good eating, so you’ll have plenty to tempt your taste buds while you're here. Check out the Greater Green Bay Convention and Visitors Bureau and the Tourism Federation of Wisconsin for updated information on area events, attractions, promotions, and tourist guides.
The Upper Deck is a full-service bar and grill right on the grounds of the RV park. If you decide to head into town, you’ll also be able to find comfort food, home cooking, ethnic eateries, and other family-friendly fares. You’ll probably also need to refill your tank while you’re here and service stations, convenience stores, and truck stops have both gasoline and diesel fuel readily available.