National Camping Week

There’s no question Wisconsinites love the great outdoors, and camping is a summertime tradition.

If you're looking for somewhere to stake your tent, look no further than Perrot State Park and Rock Island – some of the best camping spots in the state.

With over 1,200 acres of land surrounded by bluffs, Perrot State Park is the perfect setting to set up camp. The park offers a multitude of activities and amenities including hiking, biking and canoeing. You’ll even find one of the best views of the Mississippi River. The nearby Great River State Trail, a rail bed route, is great for biking and the village of Trempealeau has great food and an excellent series of summer concerts to enjoy.

Door County's Peninsula State Park is perfect for a truly rustic camping experience. Complete with sandy beaches and high bluffs, it's a breathtaking view. Go off the beaten path to Rock Island, just a ferry-ride away from Washington Island and you’ll find even more opportunity for campaign. Bikes or cars are not allowed on the island and with 40 campsites, 10 miles of hiking trails and 5,000 feet of beach, Rock Island is a truly immersive nature experience. Of course, once you’re ready to get back to society, catch a play at the family friendly American Folklore Theatre. This critically acclaimed professional theater showcases original musical comedies and more, all under the stars.

Go on, book your campsites then get out and enjoy!

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