Where to Camp in Wisconsin
Wisconsin campground guide and camping resources
Check out the best of Wisconsin camping. Wisconsin state parks, forests, and recreation areas are as varied as the areas around them--there are forests, prairies, lakes, rivers, hills, and valleys. Here you will find tent camping and RV park campgrounds, as well as hidden gems and cabin rentals. Below find some of the best campgrounds and places to camp in Wisconsin.
Hidden camping gems in Wisconsin
Looking to explore more of what Wisconsin State Parks have to offer? Check out our top picks for hidden gems and camping off the beaten path in Wisconsin. Find your new favorite campsite.
The site protects 5,300 feet of shoreline on Wood and Huber Lakes and protects Handsaw Creek and Woods Lake Outlet.
Amnicon Falls State Park features a series of delightful waterfalls and rapids along the Amnicon River which can be viewed from a covered foot bridge.
A deep gorge called the "Dalles of the St. Croix" is the scenic focus of Wisconsin's oldest state park.
Best RV Park Camping in Wisconsin
Check out our top picks for the best RV parks in Wisconsin; from Milwaukee to Green Bay, you will find a perfect spot to camp with your RV. Anytime of the year with all the accommodations and activities that your family needs for a great vacation.
High Cliff State Park is situated on limestone cliffs, sacred to Native Americans, that overlook the largest inland lake in Wisconsin.
One of few lakes in southwestern Wisconsin, 450-acre Yellowstone Lake is a popular recreation area year-round that offers fishing, swimming, and boating.
22,000 acres of glacial hills, kettles, pinewoods and hardwood forests can be found in the Southern Unit making it a popular area for a wide variety of users.
Best camping in Wisconsin
Want to know where the best campsites are? Check our list of top campgrounds and camping spots in Wisconsin, from awesome amenities to local attractions, these parks will provide your family with a great camping experience.
The park includes a 300-acre upland area affording a panoramic view of Lake Michigan and excellent birdwatching opportunities.
High bluffs and cobblestone shoreline, bike trails and a year-round Naturalist program make this 3,776-acre park extremely popular.
This scenic gem on the shore of Lake Michigan offers a peaceful getaway with wooded campsites and 2.5 miles of sandy beaches.
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