Wisconsin isn’t all cows, and RV campers get to find this out.
There’s a lot more to the Dairy State than cheese and milk production. In summer, RV campgrounds in Wisconsin offer opportunities for swimming, hiking, and ATVing. Point your rig to Door County to watch boats at one of the many Lake Superior harbors and dine on locally caught fish at a fish fry near your site. Drive to Bayfield to peruse the maritime museum, shop at a sled dog-themed book store, and drive along the coast for stunning views of rocky ridgelines and thick evergreen forests. For an urban trip, pull into Milwaukee to see the Milwaukee Art Museum on the lakefront. Visit the Summerfest grounds for music and cultural festivals in the warmer months and a winter wonderland during the December and January holiday. Drive southwest and park near Eau Claire where you can get an Eau Claire Brew Pass to visit breweries like the Leinie Lodge, home of the Leinenkugels founder.