Wisconsin RV Camping

There are literally hundreds of Wisconsin RV camping spots to choose from throughout the state with many situated around the state’s glacial lakes and rivers. Nearly all of these campgrounds are family-friendly, and although the northern parts of the state are densely wooded, these campgrounds can still accommodate large RVs.

Wisconsin RV Camping Spots

  1. Trails End Resort in Hayward, Wisconsin. Located in Wisconsin’s Great Northwoods, Trails End Resort is a retreat with plenty of amenities. The resort lodge has a full bar and restaurant, a 64-site campground, and a large beach area with boat mooring and outdoor seating. Trails End has full-hook-up sites that include with cable TV. During peak season, from July to the middle of August, sites are available for weekly rentals from Saturday to Saturday.
  1. Devil’s Lake State Park in Baraboo, Wisconsin. As the third oldest state park in Wisconsin, Devil’s Lake offers its visitors magnificent views from quartzite bluffs overlooking a 360-acre lake. There are lakeshore picnic areas, swimming beaches, and hiking trails all for you to enjoy in this beautiful year-round park. During the busy summer months, reservations for Wisconsin RV camping at Devil’s Lake State Park are highly recommended.
  1. Patricia Lake Campground in Minocqua, Wisconsin. Patricia Lake Campground is a family-friendly place with large wooded campsites for tents, trailers and motorhomes. Peaceful Patricia Lake is a spring-fed, 32-acre lake where largemouth bass, northern pike and crappies can be caught. While there are no gasoline motors allowed on Patricia Lake, you can also visit the nearby Minocqua chain of lakes for excellent fishing and boating opportunities.
  1. Peninsula State Park in Fish Creek, Wisconsin. Peninsula State Park features 468 campsites, a summer theater, an 18-hole golf course, sand beach, bike trails, a lighthouse and eight miles of Door County shoreline. Peninsula State Park is one of the busiest parks for camping in Wisconsin, so reservations are strongly recommended.
  1. Neshonoc Lakeside Camp Resort in West Salem, Wisconsin. Neshonoc Lakeside Camp Resort offers RV campers a variety of big rig pull-through sites with 50 amp electric, water, and sewer hookups. Spend a relaxing day at the lakeside beach, go for a dip in the pool, play a spirited game of horseshoes, go boating, or spend the day fishing on the lake.
  1. Stoney Creek RV Resort & Campground in Osseo, Wisconsin. At Stoney Creek RV Resort, family-friendly camping activities abound. Campsites consist of lovely soft pea gravel on top of sand, making for cozy sleeping and big rig-friendly conditions makes for easy access for even the biggest RVs. Be sure to book as far in advance as possible since this Wisconsin RV camping spot fills up fast during the summer season.
  1. Wisconsin Riverside Resort in Spring Green, Wisconsin. Wisconsin Riverside Resort is a great option for families who are set on a nature experience. There are kid-friendly campsites that are set away from other camping areas. Canoeing, kayaking and tubing along the river are among the outdoor activity options. During the heat of summer, kids can cool down in the swimming pool or take advantage of the splash pads. If the weather doesn’t cooperate with your outdoor plans, there are indoor options in the nearby historic town of Spring Green — you can visit Frank Lloyd Wright’s Taliesin, the House on the Rock, and the American Players Theatre.

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