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Orchard Camp
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1. Orchard Camp

100% Recommend (6 Campers)

Willoway Farm is a small scale organic vegetable and flower farm, located just 35 minutes north of Milwaukee, Wisconsin. It's situated upon a...

Jason: My girlfriend and I had a wonderful experience camping here for one night in May. As a couple that considers themselves on the...
21 Saves
Devils Lake Campground

2. Devils Lake Campground

100% Recommend (7 Campers)

You’ll find you get a lot of options at Devil’s Lake Campground. Electric or non-electric? Beach or hiking? East Bluff or West Bluff? But once you...

Jason: There is no better place to hike in the region but the campgrounds nearly always crowded and loud. It's a great place for a...
16 Saves
Governor Dodge Campground

3. Governor Dodge Campground

Set in amongst the bluffs, dips and valleys of classic Driftless Area topography, Governor Dodge Campground gives you access to one of Wisconsin’s...

Josh: My favorite time to visit is in Mid-May when the leaves are G R E E N and the bugs are minimal. Plus the crowds are typically...
10 Saves
Newport Campground

4. Newport Campground

Ready to get all primitive at Newport State Park? The Newport Campground is for backpackers only, and offers up a quiet and secluded alternative to...

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Goose Island Park Campground

5. Goose Island Park Campground

Goose Island is a large, wooded paradise in the middle of the Upper Mississippi River. Explore the inlets, wetlands, and tributaries around the...

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Mirror Lake Campground

6. Mirror Lake Campground

Camp next to a lake that’s so calm that not a ripple marks it’s surface. Mirror Lake reflects the pristine wooded bluffs and the sandstone cliffs...

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Interstate Campground

7. Interstate Campground

You want to sleep with Old Man of the Dalles? He doesn’t get around much anymore, but we promise, the Old Man will make a stay at Interstate Park...

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Perrot Campground

8. Perrot Campground

At the junction of the Mississippi and Trempealeau Rivers is a magical combination of towering bluffs, high prairies, and diverse wetlands...

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Sandhill Station State Campground

9. Sandhill Station State Campground

Threaded by just a few walk-in style primitive campsites, Sandhill Station State Campground is geared toward the more minimalist among us, boasting...

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Potawatomi Campground

10. Potawatomi Campground

The beautiful Sturgeon Bay on Lake Michigan is characterized by rolling hills bordered by steep slopes and rugged limestone cliffs. Potawatomi...

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Lake Kegonsa Campground

11. Lake Kegonsa Campground

Life moves really fast, but at Lake Kegonsa, you’ll find the opposite. Nearly all of the family campground sites sit deep in woods (1-9 and 87-93...

Susan: Beautiful sunsets, lovely lake, but you can hear the interstate at night in the campground. A nearby railroad sets off coyotes...
Rock Island Campground

12. Rock Island Campground

To truly get away from it all, you’ve got to head out to Rock Island State Park in the massive Lake Michigan. Why, you ask? Well, for starters,...

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Wildcat Mountain Campground

13. Wildcat Mountain Campground

Wildcat Mountain Campground dwells on a steep ridge overlooking the scenic Kickapoo River Valley. Rugged and secluded trails are teeming with...

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Apostle Islands National Lakeshore Campground

14. Apostle Islands National Lakeshore Campground

Twenty-one islands sprinkled along the shores of the majestic Lake Superior like sparkling jewels, supreme solitude, abundant hiking opportunities,...

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Pike Lake campground

15. Pike Lake campground

Looking for a place to set up base camp for a multi-day hiking excursion? Look no further. Pike Lake campground is it. Take the campground hiking...

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Roche a Cri Campground

16. Roche a Cri Campground

Archaeologists, geologists, history buffs, and nature-lovers, this is the place for you! Roche a Cri State Park protects a mammoth, 300-foot rock...

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High Cliff Campground

17. High Cliff Campground

If we were ghosts, we’d make High Cliff Park Campground our home. With rich Native American history and incredible natural beauty, High Cliff State...

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Orchard Retreat House
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18. Orchard Retreat House

The Orchard Retreat House is a bunk-style retreat facility with all the warm perks of home. The house was moved to the farm from the town of...

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Highland Ridge Campground

19. Highland Ridge Campground

This thickly wooded campground is a lovely habitat for all kinds of plant and animal life. There are miles of trails for hikers and horseback...

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Peninsula Campground

20. Peninsula Campground

If you’ve been trying to decide on the perfect Wisconsin camping experience, let us help you out. How would you like to live up rocky bluffs...

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Pattison Campground

21. Pattison Campground

Few things are better in life than falling asleep to a 165 foot high waterfall. Never experienced it? Don’t take our word; head out to Pattison...

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Boulder Lake Campground

22. Boulder Lake Campground

This is Nicolet National Forest’s largest campground—but the sites here still fill up super fast. That’s because Boulder Lake Campground is filled...

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Musky Lake Campground

23. Musky Lake Campground

Ready to explore some of Wisconsin’s most wild lands? The Northern Highland American Legion State Forest encompasses 232,000 acres in the northern...

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North Trout Lake Campground

24. North Trout Lake Campground

Looking for the best swimming and fishing in The Northern Highland American Legion State Forest? You’ll find it in the 3,816-acre North Trout Lake....

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Bagley Rapids Campground

25. Bagley Rapids Campground

Pack up your sleeping bags and hurry over to this sweet spot—Bagley Rapids Campground fills up rapidly on the weekends (see what we did there?)....

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Copper Falls Campground

26. Copper Falls Campground

If you wanna talk bomb diggity, let’s talk deep gorges, old lava flows, and amazing waterfalls. That’s code for Copper Falls State Park, and the...

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Kohler-Andrae Campground

27. Kohler-Andrae Campground

You’re surrounded on all sides! By water, that is—and that’s a good thing at the Kohler-Andrae State Park Campground. On one side of the campground...

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Harrington Beach Campground

28. Harrington Beach Campground

Greetings, Earthling. We’ve kidnapped you and taken you to Harrington Beach Campground. It’s, well, it’s actually to the land you’re from, but...

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Big Bay Campground

29. Big Bay Campground

Big Bay Campground has got a bunch of electrical hook-up sites close to restrooms ‘n’ showers, and a slightly more primitive group site for up to...

Suzy: You'll need to catch the ferry (auto and passenger) from adorable little Bayfield, Wisconsin. It takes about a half hour to...
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Buckhorn Campground

30. Buckhorn Campground

You take care of the Who and Why, and we’ve got you covered on the What (camping) and Where (Buckhorn State Park Campground). Since we already know...

Susan: Love camping here in the fall when I can get a site right on the lake, hidden in trees, as a walk-in on weekdays. One of my...
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