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Should you be traveling near the tip of the Wisconsin peninsula, book an RV in Potawatomi State Park, if you are keen to see the lesser-visited side of The Badger State. Conveniently located with great accessibility to Route 42 and Route 57, Potawatomi State Park is easily reachable when you rent an RV in Wisconsin. Less than an hours drive away from Green Bay on the west coast, and no more than a 90-minute drive from Manitowoc on the east coast, this park has the perfect balance of city convenience and natural beauty.
Established in 1928, the park …
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This park is found on the outskirts of Belgium, WI, on the far eastern edge of the state. The nearest larger town is Sheboygan, located less than 25 miles to the north, while the nearest large city is Milwaukee, at less than 50 miles to the south. One of the park boundaries is the western shore of Lake Michigan, which is one of the large, five Great Lakes. This location helps to give the park its easy access to so many recreational activities.
Trails for hiking, biking, riding horses, and winter sports, like cross-country skiing, are available …
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There's just something about waterfalls that is so mesmerizing; something that makes us hold our breath in wonder while we just stop and stare. That's why Pattison State Park is such a popular camping destination.
Located 20 minutes south of Superior, this 1,436-acre park is home to Big Manitou Falls, the highest waterfall in Wisconsin. This spectacular sight draws visitors to the park from far and wide, while Pattison State Park's scenic campground is the perfect place for you to set up camp in an RV for a few nights or more.
And with excellent hiking, swimming, and winter …
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Sitting on the eastern bank of Lake Wissota lies 1,000 acres of dense forest and open prairies, otherwise known as Lake Wissota State Park. Located just twenty minutes away from the city of Eau Claire, and even closer to the charming town of Chippewa Falls, Lake Wissota State Park is the perfect stop for anyone exploring Wisconsin with their RV rental.
The state park was formed in 1917 when a local company built a dam on the Chippewa River. Used for its hydroelectric power for over one hundred years, Lake Wissota State Park was finally opened in 1972 …
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Interstate State Park is currently the oldest state park in Wisconsin is one of the most loved state parks and is a perfect escape for a motorhome camping trip. Covering 1330-acres of forested land, the state park lies within the Saint Croix National Scenic Riverway and the Ice Age National Scientific Reserve in the city of Saint Croix Falls, WI, and includes the scenic Dalles of St. Croix River. Surrounded by basalt cliffs, cavernous depressions, stunning rock formations, and miles of trails, its no surprise why Interstate State Park is considered one of the best state parks in the …
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Located just outside Crivitz, WI, and a bit over an hour from Green Bay, Governor Thompson State Park lays on the shores of the Caldron Falls Reservoir. Outdoor enthusiasts love this state park because it allows them to engage in various recreational activities all year round. These include fishing, hiking, boating, and wildlife watching.
This 2,800-acre state park is relatively new. The construction began in 2000, and the park welcomed its first visitors in 2005. It was named after Governor Tommy Thompson, the longest-serving governor in Wisconsin’s history. If you love spending time in nature, as well as …
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Offering a host of recreational activities and a pretty, primitive campground, New Glarus Woods State Park is a lovely spot for a family camping weekend. Located in New Glarus in southern Wisconsin, this 435-acre park is tucked away in a landscape of dense forest, restored prairies, and undulating terrain.
Spend a few nights here and you can enjoy beautiful hiking and biking opportunities, or try your luck at some hunting or cross-country skiing. And with an 18-site campground that can accommodate RVs, New Glarus Woods State Park is both a relaxing and convenient destination. Keep reading to find out how …
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Mill Bluff State Park sits an equal distance from two of the largest cities in Wisconsin, Eau Claire and Madison. Accessible via Interstate Route 94, Mill Bluff State Park is a convenient stop for anyone renting an RV in Wisconsin and looking to explore the great outdoors.
Mill Bluff State Park is most well known for the ten tall bluffs that dominate the landscape. These bluffs were originally sea stacks that were formed over 12,000 years ago when Wisconsin was covered in a huge sheet of ice. As part of the Ice Age National Scientific Reserve, Mill Bluff State Park …
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Although relatively small in size, Big Foot Beach State Park in Wisconsin has a lot to offer visitors and campers. The park is located on the banks of the huge Geneva Lake and offers both stunning views and a range of recreational activities.
Big Foot Beach State Park got its name from Chief Big Foot, who was an early Potawatomi leader in the area until they all were forcibly relocated in 1836. The park officially became a state park in 1949, and from then has continued to develop. Today, visitors can find a range of useful facilities while still maintaining …
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If you're a keen angler or boating enthusiast, Merrick State Park might just be your dream RV camping destination. Located near Fountain City in western Wisconsin, this pretty park sits on the backwaters of the mighty Mississippi River.
Surrounded by rolling hills and home to abundant native wildlife, it's a beautiful and peaceful spot to stay for a few nights or more. With great boating and fishing on offer, not to mention hiking and cross-country skiing opportunities, Merrick State Park is one of the gems of the Wisconsin state parks system. And with two campgrounds that can accommodate RVs, once …
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Located on the banks of the Bois Brule River in the northwestern corner of Wisconsin, Brule River State Forest is heaven on Earth for outdoor enthusiasts. If you love nature, escaping the city, and indulging in outdoor adventures, the list of features in this 45,000-plus-acre park will have you licking your lips.
Some of the highlights include excellent trout fishing, beautiful river paddling, hiking on the North Country Scenic Trail, and several miles of shoreline on spectacular Lake Superior. And with two campgrounds catering to the needs of RV and tent campers alike, Brule River State Forest is a wonderful …
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Located in downtown Baraboo, Wisconsin, Mirror Lake State Park sits only three miles away from Wisconsin Dells. This 2,000-acre state park is known for its many trails and beautiful, calm lake which lies in the middle of natural wetlands and sandstone bluffs. Visitors flock to the park to experience its pine woodlands and cool, open spots perfect for relaxing and enjoying nature.
Millions of years ago, a glacier covered much of the Wisconsin area, and when the glacier melted, it created rivers that flowed into the channel, bringing in sand. When the rivers retreated, the sand hardened into the sandstone …
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With more than 5,000 acres of steep bluffs, scenic valleys, and picture-perfect lakes, Governor Dodge State Park is one of the largest state parks in Wisconsin. Located just to the north of Dodgeville, it's easily accessible from Madison and is the ideal spot for a weekend getaway (or something a little longer).
When you visit Governor Dodge State Park you can hike along 40-odd miles of trails, swim and fish in two man-made lakes, indulge in a host of winter sports, and just enjoy the serenity of nature. And with two campgrounds and more than 260 campsites available, the …
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In Sauk County, just a few minutes away from Baraboo, is the largest, most popular state park in Wisconsin: Devil’s Lake State Park. This 9,200-acre park is just 35 miles away from the state capital, Madison, and 12 miles away from the town of Merrimac. The park's vast RV camping area makes an excellent stopover or vacation destination.
The primary attraction here is Devil’s Lake. Before Devil’s Lake formed, this area was filled with gorges. During the last ice age, a glacier covered the eastern end of the Baraboo Hills. This created two natural dams which altered the …
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