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Best Camping Spots to Visit in Wisconsin Summer 2019

Best Camping Spots to Visit in Wisconsin Summer 2019

Wisconsin offers several camping options for those planning a trip this summer!

There are so many adventures awaiting this summer and several options for camping in Wisconsin. No matter where you camp in Wisconsin, we guarantee you will be surrounded by the beauty of nature this wonderful state has to offer.

However, because there are so many to choose from, listed below are just a few great options for your next camping trip this summer.

Brunet Island state park

Brunet Island State Park | photo credit: Travel Wisconsin

Devils lake

photo credit: Marina Karsten

Devil’s Lake State Park (left) 

Devil’s Lake is easily the largest and one of the most popular campgrounds in Wisconsin. 500-foot bluffs surround the lake with the lake being 360 acres. The beautiful views and beaches around the park will make for a fun camping trip. We guarantee you will want to make this a tradition for summers to come.

Neshonoc Lakeside Camp (below)

Neshonoc Lakeside Camp on Lake Neshonoc is located in La Crosse, WI in West Salem. The campground features include two heated pools, two playgrounds, basketball court, golf cart rentals and boat/kayak rentals. If you are camping in an RV, the grounds have blacktop roads, LP gas refills/exchanges and a dump station on-site.

lake campground at sunrise

photo credit: roverpass

Peninsula State Park

Tent by fire pit

photo credit: Andy Merkel

Peninsula State Park located in Door County includes over 450 campsites and family friendly activities the whole family will enjoy! This summer, enjoy a movie at the summer theater, play a round of golf and relax by the sandy beaches. Some of the camping spots include modern amenities of showers for your convenience.

Mirror Lake State Park

Mirror lake

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Mirror Lake State Park is the perfect camping destination and for some fun in the sun. While staying at the park, campers have the option of renting rowboats, pontoon boats, paddle-boards and kayaks and canoes for a day on the lake.

indian shores

Indian Shores | photo credit: Unison Credit Union

Indian Shores sits in Wisconsin’s Northwoods on Tomahawk Lake, part of the entire Minocqua chain of lakes. Guests staying at Indian Shores will enjoy swimming by the beach or even renting a boat. There is an on-site restaurant and heated pool for guests to enjoy. This Wisconsin campground has a swimming beach, boat ramp and boat rentals for its guests. The grounds also have an on-site restaurant/bar and heated pool as other amenities. Want a night out on the town? Check out the downtown Minocqua area and explore the shops and other attractions.

Copper Falls State Park

Copper Falls State Park

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Located in the north-central portion of Wisconsin near Mellen, Copper Falls State Park’s main attractions include hiking and biking trails throughout the park and incredible surrounding waterfalls and deep gorges.

High Cliff State Park

High Cliff State Park

photo credit: foxcities

Sitting on the eastern shores of Wisconsin’s largest inland lake, Lake Winnebago, High Cliff State Park offers great views and an on-site museum with general store. The main attraction in the park is a 12-foot statue of Winnebago Indian Chief Red Bird, that overlooks the lake standing on top of a chunk of granite.

Lake Wissota State Park


photo credit: twodoglife

Situated on the shores of beautiful Lake Wissota, Lake Wissota State Park offers both RV and tent camping in Wisconsin. Lake Wissota offers numerous horseback and bike riding trails and a beautiful beach. The campground is also located close to downtown Chippewa Falls where campers can schedule a tour of the Leinenkugel’s brewery.

These are often considered one of the best campgrounds in Wisconsin, offering remote pack-in sites or more simplistic campsites to accommodate to guests.

Willow River Falls

Willow River Falls | photo credit: Wisconsin Explorer

Wisconsin is a beautiful state that offers amazing campgrounds, lakes, hiking trails and more summer activities perfect for a getaway to remember. We hope you find the camping destination you’ve been searching for this summer!


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