51 Best Camping Spots in Wisconsin (For an Epic Adventure)


Camping is a great way to spend time with family. The only thing is, if you select a bad campsite, this can totally ruin your vacation. But if you’re in the upper midwest, where is the best camping in Wisconsin?

The best camping site in Wisconsin is Breezy Hill Campground. This campground has all the facilities you need to have a comfortable vacation with your family. In addition to that, it is close to many excellent hiking spots, so you can enjoy nature too.

But that’s hardly the only one!

Although it is a great campsite, there are many other places in Wisconsin where you can do different activities. There are riverside campsites, as well as sites in the mountains and forests! So, let’s take a look at what other campsites are in Wisconsin.

1. Apostle Islands National Lakeshore

The Apostle Islands are a very unique location in Wisconsin.

Here you will be able to explore the caves around Meyers Beach. They are quite spectacular. This is a great place for discovering and appreciating landforms that have taken millions of years to take shape. No RV camping permitted.

You can also go hiking at Lakeshore Trail and explore the multiple rivers in the area that lead to the sea.

Pricing:

$15/night for up to 7 people

Contact:

https://www.nps.gov/apis/planyourvisit/camping.htm

2. Badger Park Campground

Prices at this campground are super cheap, starting at $31 per night! This is a great campsite to go to if you have kids since they have climbing frames and other outdoor play areas to keep them entertained. Tent and RV camping.

Just south of the campground is Peshtigo Harbor State Wildlife Area, where you can go and see wild animals.

Pricing:

$31/night with just water and electricity. $36/night including sewer.

Contact:

https://ci.peshtigo.wi.us/parks-rec/parks-and-rec/badger-park/

3. Big Bay State Park

Big Bay State Park is on Madeline Island, which is the largest island of the Apostle Islands. This camping park covers over 2,000 acres, so there is plenty for you to explore. This campsite has a 1.5-mile sand beach that runs along Lake Superior. Tent and RV camping.

It is one of the best campgrounds you can go to for hiking along the beach.

Pricing:

Fees range from $30 per night for sites with electricity and water for tents or RVs up to 50′ in length

Contact:

https://dnr.wisconsin.gov/topic/parks/bigbay

4. Black River State Forest

This Forest covers over 68,000 acres of land! It is a very quiet campsite and has only a few visitors. The campsite has a lake where you can go fishing. The most popular activities at the Black River State Forest are hiking and hunting. Tent and RV camping.

They have ATV trails too, so if you like off-roading, this place is a must-visit.

Pricing:

Not all sites have electricity. All sites have hand-pump water. Fees range from $30 per night

Contact:

https://dnr.wisconsin.gov/topic/StateForests/blackriver/recreation/camping

5. Bonanza Camping Resort

This campsite is located in the Wisconsin Dells, which is the waterpark capital of the world. There are many tourist attractions nearby, such as a reptile zoo and a go-karting arena. This is not a campsite that is in the wilderness. It is more suited for leisure than exploration.

The water parks here have huge water slides that will have your heart racing. They are very overcrowded, however, and you would probably enjoy going hiking more. Tent and RV camping. Cabins are available also.

Pricing:

Campsites are up to $30 for a pull-through site with full hookups.

Contact:

https://bonanzacamping.com/rates/

6. Copper Falls State Park

Copper Falls State Park is amazing. It is full of waterfalls, Gorges, and other landforms that are truly spectacular. This state park is right next to Bad River. This is a fantastic place to go for a hike or mountain bike along the riverbanks. Tent and RV camping.

Pricing:

Fees range from $30 per night. 28 sites with electrical hookups and 4 non-electric sites for tents or RVs up to 50′ in length

Contact:

https://dnr.wisconsin.gov/topic/parks/copperfalls/recreation/camping

7. Devil’s Lake State Park

This is one of the best camping spots to go if you like hiking. There are countless hiking trails surrounding this campsite, and you have easy access to all of them. Devil’s Lake is just another one of Wisconsin’s large, great lakes. It is also the largest state park in Wisconsin. Total of 423 sites. Tent and RV camping.

Pricing:

Fees range from $30 per night. Some sites have electrical hookups and some have no utilities. Accommodates RVs up to 50′.

Contact:

https://dnr.wisconsin.gov/topic/parks/devilslake/recreation/camping

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8. Washington Island Campground

Washington Island is in the Green Bay Area, in the Door County Peninsula. It has many miles of shoreline for you to explore. It is the perfect place if you want to have fun in the sea, doing activities like paddleboarding and canoeing. Tent and RV camping. They also have sites accessible by horse.

Pricing:

Both non-electric ($27) and electric and water sites ($42/night).

Contact:

https://www.washingtonislandcampground.com/

9. Pine Harbor Campground

This campground is very close to Lake Wissota and Pine Harbor Woods Park. Just north of the campground is a public fishing pier and Lake Wissota Golf Club. So, if you are into these more relaxed pastimes, it is a great campground to visit. Cabin, RV, Tent, and Park Model camping are available.

Pricing:

Primitive camping starts at $26, tent camping from $30, RV sites from $37. Holidays and weekends may be more.

Contact:

https://pineharborcampground.com/

10. Fox Hill RV Park

This is quite a small campground, covering just 70 acres. It is quite close to Fairfield Hills Golf Course. There are also a few other RV parks in the area. So, if you are thinking of staying for more than a few weeks, you could go here and hop between parks. Tent camping, RV camping, and cabins are available. Not all RV sites have 50-amp service.

Pricing:

Fees range from $48–70 per night

Contact:

https://foxhillrvpark.com/

11. Governor Dodge State Park

This State Park is home to countless miles of trails. It is a popular destination for mountaineers and covers more than 5,000 acres. I recommend you avoid going in the summer months, though. Locals have said that it gets really hot out in the mountains! Tent and RV camping. Over 300 campsites including 80 with electric.

Pricing:

Fees range from $30 per night. Some sites have electrical hookups and some have no utilities. Accommodates RVs up to 50′.

Contact:

https://dnr.wisconsin.gov/topic/parks/govdodge/recreation/camping

12. Harrington Beach State Park

This state park is off the shore of Lake Michigan. The shores of lake Michigan are covered in sandy beaches where you can do hiking and horseback riding. This campsite is just south of Green bay. Tent and RV camping. Over 60 campsites including 31 with electric.

Pricing:

Fees range from $30–35 per night for sites with electricity and $20 per night for sites without electricity.

Contact:

https://dnr.wisconsin.gov/topic/parks/harringtonbeach/recreation/camping

13. High Cliff State Park Campground

Perhaps the coolest thing you can do here is to visit the High Cliff State Park observation tower. This campsite is closer to lake Winnebago. This campsite is also close to the Friendship State Trail, where you can go hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding, and even riding snowmobiles in the winter. Tent and RV camping. Over 100 campsites including 32 with electric.

Pricing:

Fees range from $30–35 per night for sites with electricity and $20 per night for sites without electricity.

Contact:

https://dnr.wisconsin.gov/topic/parks/highcliff/recreation/camping

14. Kettle Moraine State Forest

Of the dozens of state parks in Wisconsin, this is one of the most amazing. This is one of the best places in the world if you want to see glacial landforms. North of this campsite is New Fane Mountain Bike and Hiking Trails. There is a 6.5-mile mountain biking trail here. Tent and RV camping. Over 100 campsites at the Ottawa Lake campground including 65 with electric. Pinewoods campground has over 100 non-electric sites.

Pricing:

Fees range from $30 per night for sites with electricity and water for tents or RVs up to 50′ in length

Contact:

https://dnr.wisconsin.gov/topic/parks/kms/recreation/camping

15. Mirror Lake State Park

Mirror Lake is in the Wisconsin Dells. The lake here is actually a reservoir with steep sides. It is a great place for kayaking and also has a lot of cliffs. So, if you like rappelling or rock climbing, this is a great place to visit. Tent and RV camping. Cliffwood campground has 35 sites, 29 with electricity. Bluewater Bay campground has 63 non-electric sites

Pricing:

Fees range from $30 per night for sites with electricity and water for tents or RVs up to 50′ in length

Contact:

https://dnr.wisconsin.gov/topic/parks/mirrorlake/recreation/camping

16. Peninsula State Park

Peninsula lake is another super scenic lake in Wisconsin. The main attraction here is the Peninsula Lake Golf Course. So, if you are into golf or perhaps want a more relaxing vacation instead of an action-packed exploration vacation, this is a great place to consider. Tent and RV camping. Over 600 campsites across multiple campgrounds, some with electricity and some without.

Pricing:

Fees range from $30 per night for sites with electricity and water for tents or RVs up to 50′ in length

Contact:

https://dnr.wisconsin.gov/topic/parks/peninsula/recreation/camping

17. Quartzite Campground

Quartzite Campground was once a golf course. So, there is a lot of open space here, with some trees scattered around too. It is quite close to Devil’s Lake Nature Centre. So, if you have young kids that can’t hike through the mountains of Wisconsin, this is a great place to visit. Tent and RV camping. Over 400 campsites across multiple campgrounds, some with electricity and some without.

Pricing:

Fees range from $30 per night for sites with electricity and water for tents or RVs up to 50′ in length

Contact:

https://dnr.wisconsin.gov/topic/parks/devilslake/recreation/camping

18. Rock Island State Park

Rock island is a great place to go if you want a primitive campsite where you can pitch a tent. Rock island also has a beach and the Pottawatomie Lighthouse. The lighthouse is a museum and gives you a great view of Green Bay and the Michigan coastline. Tent camping only. Primitive walk-in sites only.

Pricing:

Fees range from $30 per night

Contact:

https://dnr.wisconsin.gov/topic/parks/rockisland/recreation/camping

19. Smokey Hollow Campground

This is a great, child-friendly campground that you can visit. It is very close to the towns of Poynette and Lodi, so that you will be close to food stores and other conveniences. It is also close to the Winnequah gun club. Here they have a practical shooting range that you can train on. Cabin, RV, Tent, and Park Model camping are available. Not all full hookup sites are 50-amp

Pricing:

Prices range from $30 for tents in the off-season, to VIP RV sites for $91/night during peak times.

Contact:

https://smokeyhollowcampground.com/

20. Mount Olympus Resorts Campground

This is a great place to go if you want to see wild deer. Wisconsin Deer Park is just a short drive away. There is also the Timbavati Wildlife Park and the Wisconsin River, all within a few miles of the campground. Either tent camping or staying in one of their cabins; no RV camping.

Pricing:

Fees for tent camping range from $24.99/night up to $49.88/night.

Contact:

https://www.mtolympuspark.com/

21. Wyalusing State Park

This is very close to the Wisconsin and Iowa border and the Wisconsin River. This campground is surrounded by hardwood forests and is a great place to go if you like hiking and mountain biking. Tent and RV camping. Over 100 campsites across multiple campgrounds, some with electricity and some without.

Pricing:

Fees range from $28 per night for sites with electricity and water for tents or RVs up to 40′ in length

Contact:

https://dnr.wisconsin.gov/topic/parks/wyalusing/recreation/camping

22. Mount Simon Park

Mount Simon Park is a campsite area in the city of Eau Claire. This small city is home to the University of Wisconsin and is a great place to go if you don’t want to be too far from other people. At this campsite, you will be close to food stores and other conveniences.

Pricing:

Unclear from website

Contact:

https://www.eauclairewi.gov/Home/Components/FacilityDirectory/FacilityDirectory/49/72

23. Flambeau River State Forest

Flambeau River State Forest is a very quiet place in Wisconsin. It is one of the least visited places. Therefore, if you want a super serene experience and get some alone time, this is a great place to go. It is located in the Flambeau River Hardwood Forest and is a wonderful place to explore. Mostly primitive, rustic camping with some accessible by canoe only.

Pricing:

Fees range from $16 per night

Contact:

https://dnr.wisconsin.gov/topic/StateForests/flambeauriver/recreation/camping

24. Hickory Oaks Campground

This is a great campground and is close to Menominee Park and Lake Winnebago. The only issue with this campground is that you have to book a place for a minimum of one month. So, if you are looking to take an extended vacation, this is the place to go. It is not suitable for a weekend getaway. Tent and RV camping with or without hookups. Cabins are available too. 20, 30 or 50 amp service.

Pricing:

Fees range from $36-46 per night

Contact:

https://www.hickoryoakscampground.com/

25. Green Lake Campground

Green Lake is a great place for fishing and is known for being a hotspot for largemouth bass. Green Lake Campground is not suitable for RVs, but they have cabins that you can stay in. This is a more comfortable camping experience and not a primitive campsite. Tent and RV camping.

The cabins have flush toilets, and there are even laundry facilities nearby.

Pricing:

Fees range from $67-82 per night

Contact:

https://greenlakecampground.com/

26. Mississippi Bend Campground

This RV park and campground is right next to the Mississippi River. It is also right next to the Wisconsin and Iowa border. It campground is open year-round and is a great place to go fishing. Tent and RV camping.

Pricing:

Unclear as they only offer an outdated Facebook page. Call for rates – (608) 412-0483

Contact:

https://www.facebook.com/msbend/

27. Indian Mounds Campground

At this campground, they have a camp store, fishing pond, and laundry facilities. There is also a nature trail and dog park. So, if you have a dog, this is a great place to visit since a lot of RV parks don’t allow pets or require them to be on a leash. Rustic camping only, but can accommodate RVs up to 40′.

It is also near some Native American Burial Mounds.

Pricing:

Fees range from $20 per night

Contact:

https://dnr.wisconsin.gov/topic/StateForests/nhal/recreation/camping/rustic

28. Northern Lure Resort and Campground – Northern Wisconsin

This campground is over 89 years old, but they have electrical hookups, cabins with air conditioning, and other facilities. This is a great place to go for a camping trip. You can also go kayaking here. They also have fire rings that you can use for campfires and cooking. Tent and RV camping with or without hookups. Cabins available too. 20, 30 or 50 amp service.

Pricing:

Fees range from $45 per night for tent sites with water & electricity and 20/30 amp RV sites. $55 per night for sites without full RV hookups with 50 amp.

Contact:

https://www.northernlure.com/

29. Little Sand Bay Campground

This campground is one of the most unique RV sites and is operated by the town of Russell. It is located on Sand Island and is a fantastic place for water activities. Personally, these are my favorite places to go, an isolated island where it is just my family and me. Tent and RV camping.

Pricing:

Fees range from $35-40 per night for sites with electricity.

Contact:

https://townofrussellwi.gov/little-sand-bay-recreation-area/

30. Sparta DNR Campground

This campsite is a great place for tent camping in Wisconsin. They have countless mountain bike trails, and they have state trails for you to explore too. The trails are maintained by the department of natural resources. It is also close to the Mississippi River. Hike in only tent camping.

There are a lot of sites for tent camping in Wisconsin, and this is one of the best tent sites. It is also only a short drive away from local small towns.

Pricing:

Fees range from $15 per night.

Contact:

https://dnr.wisconsin.gov/topic/parks/elroysparta/recreation/camping

31. Willow River State Park Campground

This campsite is a great option if you want to see waterfalls and amazing landforms. In the summer, the water is nice and warm and feels like a heated pool! Though it is fast-flowing, it is not the kind of water where you can paddle and enjoy quality time with your family. Tent and RV camping. 300 campsites across multiple campgrounds, some with electricity and some without.

Pricing:

Fees range from $35 per night.

Contact:

https://dnr.wisconsin.gov/topic/parks/willowriver/recreation/camping

32. Amnicon Falls Campground

This is another campsite that is near the waterfalls. You cannot go in the water here though. This campsite is great because they have fire rings that you can use for cooking and you are bound to meet other campers at this site. Rustic camping with nop electricity and no generators allowed. But both tents and RVs are allowed.

So, if you want to meet people with similar interests to you, this is a great place to go.

Pricing:

Fees range from $15 per night.

Contact:

https://dnr.wisconsin.gov/topic/parks/amnicon/recreation/camping

33. Lost Falls Campground

This campground is right near the Black River. They have 2 group campsites, where you can have tents. They also have log cabins that you can rent too. Since this place is in one of the US national forests, it is the main attraction for large groups of tourists. Tent and RV camping. Some sites are tent only with no hookups. Other sites are 30 amp and others are 50 amp.

Therefore, the nature trails do get a little busy.

Pricing:

Fees range from $40 per night for tent sites, $44 for RV sites with electricity and water, and $46 for full hookups.

Contact:

https://www.lostfalls.com/

34. Black River State Forest

There are numerous campsites in the Black River State Forest, and Lost Falls is just one of them. There are other campsites in this area that have basketball courts, electric hookups, and a general store. There is something for everyone here. Both tent and RV camping available, some with and without electricity.

Pricing:

Fees range from $16-28 per night depending on whether a site with electricity is chosen.

Contact:

https://dnr.wisconsin.gov/topic/StateForests/blackriver/recreation/camping

35. Point Beach State Forest

This state forest is right next to 6 miles of Sandy Beach. So, it is a great place to go in the summer if you have a paddleboard or kayak. Watersports are the main attraction here, however, there is also plenty of forests for you to explore if you head inland. Tent and RV camping.

Pricing:

Fees range from $15-30 per night depending on tent or RV site.

Contact:

https://dnr.wisconsin.gov/topic/parks/pointbeach

36. Lake Lenwood Beach and Campground

This campground has a lake that is 50 feet deep and is a popular destination for kayakers and jet skiers. It is also close to Sandy Knoll County Park. It is also very close to Jack-Putt, which is a mini-golf site. This is a great place to visit if you have kids interested in watersports and hiking. Tent and RV camping with or without hookups. 20, 30 and 50 amp service.

Pricing:

The website still lists “2021 Daily Camping Rates ” but showsprices from $50-54 and notes lakefront sites are an additional $12.

Contact:

https://www.lakelenwood.com/

37. Blue Mound Campground

Blue Mound Campground is nearby some national scenic trails. You can also go and explore the Flint Rock Nature Trail and Blue Mound State Park. This Wisconsin Campground has sites that are suitable for bikers and hikers. Tent and RV camping and a rustic accessible cabin.

Pricing:

Fees range from $15-28 per night depending on tent or RV site.

Contact:

https://dnr.wisconsin.gov/topic/parks/bluemound/recreation/camping

38. Milton KOA Holiday

This campground has a heated pool and is located near Lake Koshkonong, which covers over 10,000 acres. So, if you have a speed boat, this is the place to visit. You won’t have many lakes this large that you can explore and enjoy in many other places. RV and tent camping plus park model RV lodging.

Pricing:

Fees range from $62-90 per night.

Contact:

https://koa.com/campgrounds/milton-wi/

39. Whitewater Lake Campground

This is a primitive campground, located as part of the larger Kettle Moraine State Forest, which is open year-round. There are showers available, but they are over 20 miles away from the main campsite. So, this is not the kind of place you would take kids. And you would have to be a seasoned camper too. Primitive tent camping.

Fishing is the main attraction at this campground. Beginners and expert fishers alike fish at Trout Lake Creek. You do have to pay extra to fish here though.

Pricing:

Fees range from $18 per night.

Contact:

https://dnr.wisconsin.gov/topic/parks/kms/recreation/camping

40. Happy Acres Kampground

This campground has so many facilities. They have a swimming pool, basketball court, volleyball courts, a snack bar, and a game room. There is also an 18-hole mini golf course and a dump station for your RV. Tent and RV camping plus cabins.

Pricing:

Fees range from $50–65 per night depending on tent (no hookups) to RV (both 30 and 50 amp available)

Contact:

https://www.happyacres.com/

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41. Crazy Horse Campground

This campground is very close to the city of Brodhead. So, if you need to be close to a place where there are stores and other conveniences, then this is a great place to go. In the summer, in particular, this campground is usually fully booked. So, you need to make a reservation online. Tent and RV camping plus cabins.

Pricing:

Fees range from $40–62 per night depending on tent or RV, with weekends and holidays at a premium price.

Contact:

https://www.crazyhorsewi.com/

42. Wild Goose Park

This campground is placed right along the Wild Goose State Trail. It is also just north of the city of Juneau. A few miles east of Wild Goose Park is the Horicon Hills Golf Club. This is a beautifully maintained golf club where you can relax and enjoy the sun. Tent or RVs up to 18 feet in length.

The main activities done here are bicycling, walking, hiking, and even cross-country skiing. There is also a snowmobile and ATV trail. If you like horse riding, there are even horse-riding trails too!

Pricing:

Fees range from $20 per night.

Contact:

https://cityofjuneau.net/2230/Wild-Goose-Park-Camping

43. Dodge County Ledge Park

This is another campsite near the city of Horicon. Here you can visit Dodge County Park and Trails. A few miles west of the campsite is the Rick River. There is also the Storybrook Hiking Trail, Discher Park, and the Horicon Marsh Scenic Outlook. Both tent and RV camping up to 30 amp.

So, if you are looking for a place where you can do lots of hiking in beautiful forests, this is a place to consider.

Pricing:

Fees range from $25–30 per night.

Contact:

https://www.co.dodge.wi.gov/departments/departments-e-m/land-resources-and-parks/parks-and-trails/ledge-park

44. Timber Trail Campground

This campground is in the Green Bay area of Wisconsin and is right next to the shore of Lake Michigan. If you have a boat, this is a great place to go. It is right next to Sunrise Cove Mariana, so if you have any watercraft you need to launch, you have a place to do it right here. Tent and RV camping. Full hookups available.

Pricing:

Fees range from $30–38 per night but website hasn’t been updated since 2019.

Contact:

https://www.timbertrailcampground.com/

45. Breezy Hill Campground

At this campground, they have fishing ponds where you can catch fish. They also have another pond that is for swimming. They also have a regular swimming pool and a hot tub for relaxing in. You can also buy propane and other necessities at their campground store.

This campground also has a dump station, picnic tables, as well as a snack bar. It pretty much has everything that you need to have a great vacation.

Pricing:

Fees range from $34-83 per night depending on season/holiday and tent sites with no hookups or RV sites with full hookups.

Contact:

http://breezyhillcamp.com/

46. Benson’s Century Camping

This campground is very close to the Milwaukee River Tamarack Lowlands. This is one of the most scenic places to go hiking in Wisconsin. It is a very quiet place, and you are unlikely to bump into other hikers when here. It is the perfect campground to visit if you want to unwind in nature. Tent and RV camping.

Pricing:

Fees range from $25-45 per night depending on tent, 30 amp, or 50 amp.

Contact:

http://bensonscampground.com/ (site isn’t secure and will give browser warning but is legit – but don’t pay online)

47. Mr. Ed’s Campground

This campground is on the banks of Long Lake. If you are looking to do kayaking or other water sports, this is an excellent place to visit. Long Lake is quite narrow and measures just 700 yards across, so you could paddle across the lake to visit the Long Lake Recreation Area on the other side. RV and tent camping. All sites have 30/50 amp service.

At this campground, they have a boat launch that you can use to get your watercraft onto Long Lake.

Pricing:

Not listed – call for info 920-533-4342

Contact:

http://www.mredscampground.com/ (site isn’t secure and will give browser warning but is legit – but don’t pay online)

48. Camp Northern Lights

There is so much to explore at this campground. You are right next to Kettle Moraine State Forest, Long Lake, and the Ice Age National Trail. This is a 31-mile trail that goes through the centuries-old forest. Tent or RV camping (30 amp)

Pricing:

Fees range from $60 per night.

Contact:

https://www.campnorthernlightswi.com/

49. Waupun Park

This campground is in the city of Waupun and is close to stores and other conveniences. You will not be out in the wild, like at most other campgrounds on this list. A few minutes away from this campground is the Rock Golf Club.

Just south of this campground is the Horicon National Wildlife Refuge. Here you can see foxes and countless species of birds. RV or tent camping (electric only)

Pricing:

Fees range from $25 per night.

Contact:

https://www.fdlco.wi.gov/departments/departments-n-z/parks-trails/camping

50. Glacier Valley Campground

This campground has a dog park and pond. The pond has sand around it, making it feel like a beach. There is also a mini golf course and a volleyball court. Overall, this is a great campsite to visit if you have small children that can’t go on tough hiking adventures just yet.

At this campground, there is an 18-hole mini golf course, playgrounds, a gaga pit, and hiking trails. There is even a disc golf course, so if you want to try something new, you could head there. If you have a dog, you could take it to the dog park. Tent, RV and cabin camping available.

Pricing:

Fees range from $40–65 per night depending on tent or RV.

Contact:

https://glaciervalleycampground.com/

51. Willow Mill Campsite

This is a great campsite to visit if you like hunting your own food. Willow Mill Campground is just a few minutes away from Duck Creek Public Hunting Grounds. There are also the Peter Helland and Jennings Creek Wildlife areas for you to explore.

Pricing:

Fees range from $42-44 per night with electric sites being an additional $2.00/night.

Contact:

http://www.willowmillcampsite.com/ (site isn’t secure and will give browser warning but is legit – but don’t pay online)

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Conclusion

There are more than 6,000 campsites in the Wisconsin State Park System! Wisconsin state parks are super scenic and have mountains, rivers, lakes, and forests for you to explore. There are also a lot of mines in Wisconsin.

History is also an important part of the state of Wisconsin. Mining was once the main industry there. In fact, in the past, there were so many mines in Wisconsin that it earned the name “The Badger State” because there were so many holes dug there.

So, there are plenty of historical sites that you can visit in Wisconsin if you don’t want to go hiking. Wisconsin is a good place for watersports, however, there are better states for that.

There are many primitive campgrounds in Wisconsin if you want basic camping. And there are campsites that have heated pools, stores, and laundry facilities if that’s what you need. There is something for everyone in Wisconsin.


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Jeff Campbell

Jeff Campbell travels on and off with his 3 daughters in a Newmar Baystar Class A Motorhome. He writes extensively on both RVs, campgrounds, parenting on the road tips, remote learning & schooling, and much more!

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