List of RV Campgrounds in Wisconsin

From natural beauty to the city’s high life, from Lake Michigan to state forests; with serene RV parks nestled in the woods and bustling family resorts, Wisconsin has a surprise around every corner. Take a drive along the Wisconsin Great River Road and visit Door County with its many shipwrecks or go underground and marvel at the stalactites in the Cave of Mounds.

No wonder it’s one of the favored states for RVers and campers. Here’s my choice of some RV Parks that’ll allow you to explore many of the superb attractions on offer.

PS. Researching RV parks in Nebraska? Check out our list here.

Patricia Lake Campground, Minocqua

Patricia Lake is one of those quieter campgrounds, which is ideal for getting away from it all. It’s in Northern Wisconsin on the Oneida/Vilas county border, surrounded by forests, lakes, and plenty of wildlife. The Lakelands, incorporating Minocqua Lake, affords you spectacular photo opportunities, and in the winter, there are skiing and snowboarding opportunities.

The park has everything you need with hot showers, a laundromat, dog park, games, free WiFi, a beach to while away the sun-drenched hours, walking trails, and tons of fish in the lake for the fishing enthusiast.

All the 100 RV sites nestle amongst the trees and have full hookups with either 30 or 50 amp service, and pull-through sites are available.

Rustic Barn Campground & RV Park, Kieler

Situated in the mid-western region and Wisconsin’s tri-state area, this park allows guests to experience the rolling hills and the grand old Mississippi River. Apart from natural beauty, you may enjoy wine tasting at the local winery or test the beers at the breweries, and when you get hungry, you can pop on over to the cheese factory. 

The area offers some of the most exciting and scenic roads for biking, and ATV/UTV enthusiasts are welcome. The park has WiFi, laundry facilities, clean showers, a dump station, and a well-stocked store.

The 58 RV sites have full hookups and 30 and 50 amp service. Rustic Barn is open from April until November, weather permitting.

Stoney Creek RV Resort, Osseo

This park feels more like an amusement park than a traditional RV site. It’s ideal for young and old who want to fish in the pond, play on the miniature golf course, ride on wagons, and play the many games in the arcade such as laser tag, bouncy pillow, or skate in the skate park, or take it easy and swim in the pool.

They’ve 192 sites that include 79 full hookup RV sites, 31 water/electric RV sites, and all with 30 and 50 amp service. 

Stoney Creek is a family run business for groups who want to spend time together and have fun. Then, of course, there’s Morey the Moose, the camp’s mascot, who’ll join in with all the enjoyment at the drop of a hat.

Wisconsin State Fair RV Park, West Allis

This is the only suburban park in Milwaukee. It’s in a central location to enjoy the city’s many attractions such as the Zoo, the Casino, mouth-watering restaurants, summer festivals, and the annual State Fair. 

Lake Michigan is a watersport haven with boat tours, fresh-water surfing, kayaking, and jet skis. If you prefer a quieter holiday, you can take a stroll along the River Walk, enjoy a scenic cruise, or paddle your own canoe. The options are endless.

Wisconsin State Fair RV Park isn’t a resort but a convenient place to stay, and it has 70 full-service sites, both backup and pull-through with water, sewer, and 30 and 50 electricity service.

After a day out exploring Wisconsin, you can relax with the hot, clean showers and good WiFi. Other amenities include a water and propane filling station, a dump station, and pets are welcome.

My Verdict

Exploring Wisconsin in an RV is the only way to view the rolling farmlands, the undulating hills, and the crystal clear lakes. Whether you choose to establish yourself in the city or the wilds, your RV experience will bring you back time and time again.

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