Glamping in Wisconsin

Pictured Above: Coadys' Point of View Resort

Not much of a camper? Try glamping. This more glamorous camping experience provides a back-to-nature experience while enjoying some modern luxuries that aren't usually accommodated by a traditional camping trip. Whether you’re a family with kids, a couple looking for a getaway or a group of friends looking for an adventure, glamping is a stress-free, chic alternative to camping that makes an outdoor vacation in Wisconsin unforgettable.

Coadys’ Point of View Resort - Phelps

The Coady family moved up from Chicago to revive this traditional Northwoods getaway. Now the Point of View Resort, the family-focused destination provides top-tier amenities immersed in nature.

Each of the resort’s glamping options are unique. Stay in a 1965 Airstream Vintage Camper or sleep up to 8 in a giant luxury tent themed Al Capone-style. Check out the Hawaiian luxury tent — the 16-foot yurt-style tent is fitted with 1930’s Hawaiian décor, and the transparent ceiling shows off the stars at night. Your bathroom facility is air-conditioned, with hot showers and sinks, and it’s cleaned twice daily.

Just outside of your glamping site, look around — you’re nestled in the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest on North Twin Lake. Numerous hiking and ATV trails are close by, and multiple lakes and streams make for great fishing, paddling and more. Back at the resort, enjoy beaches, docks, firepits, hammocks, outdoor games and more.

Smokey Hollow Campground – Lodi

No need to worry about bad weather impacting your camping trip? Smokey Hollow Campground has a number of accommodations that ensure you won't be left out in the rain. Gazebos, yurts, and even covered wagons are all unique glamping sites available for rent.

The resort’s many amenities make it easy to find new, fun things to explore. Catch some sun on the swimming pond’s beach, work on your putting game with unlimited access to the minigolf course and take turns dunking each other in the dunk tank. A general store selling souvenirs, groceries and firewood is open in case you run out of something or want a ready-to-eat tasty treat. On-site laundry facilities help you return from your vacation relaxed and rejuvenated, without the chore of washing and folding right away when you get home.

Justin Trails Resort - Sparta

There’s so much to enjoy at Justin Trails, and a glamping accommodation adds to the experience. Stay in the hand-crafted Snuggalo tiny cabin for 2 or the dog-friendly Camping Cabin that sleeps 4. Other cabins, cottages, suites and campsites round out the offerings.

On the 200-acre property, say hi to the llamas (named Dusty, Porter and Stout), hike trails, swap stories around a campfire and even enjoy two professionally designed disc golf courses. Be sure to enjoy the resort’s breakfast each morning in the lodge mad from locally sourced ingredients that can be catered to gluten-free, dairy-free and vegan needs.

Silver Springs CampsitesRio

Offering cabins and campsites with electrical and water hookups, this campground is chock full of amenities. A spring-fed pond and sandy beach offers kids a contained place to enjoy the floating water toys or play sand volleyball. Hiking trails are nearby along with paved paths perfect for bike riding. If the pond water is chilly, a heated pool ensures the swimming fun can continue. And while each campsite offers a fire pit perfect for roasting marshmallows or hot dogs over an open flame, the S’more Snacks Shack serves up great eats for poolside dining or carryout. A weekly movie, game room and organized activities ensure your whole family will stay entertained during an extended stay or just a quick weekend getaway.

Kickapoo Stump Dodger CampgroundGays Mills

Glamping is in full swing at this campground. Customizable packages bring hotel luxuries to the great outdoors. This type of tent camping removes the sleeping on the cold, hard ground portion and allows you to wake up feeling refreshed after a slumber in a full-size bed. Other amenities include a refrigerator, coffee maker and microwave. When you’re ready to venture out, fishing, volleyball courts and horseshoe pits are offered on-site or nearby.

Looking for more unique places to stay in Wisconsin? Explore more out-of-the-ordinary lodging for your next vacation. 

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