Not Just Tents: Campgrounds With More

With almost 400 campgrounds in Wisconsin, it’s hard to know where to start. Try something new this summer. Visit one of these campsites that offer water parks, restaurants, events, and other exciting extras!

Peninsula State Park | Photo Credit Jeff Miller
Peninsula State Park | Photo Credit Jeff Miller

Blackhawk Camping Resort - Milton

There are a lot of campgrounds equipped with an in ground pool, but what about morning water aerobics? The Blackhawk Camping Resort in Milton offers classes every morning! They also feature fun activities for the kids, including face painting, horseshoes, and a playground. We haven’t forgotten about the adults, either! There’s a restaurant with a bar and bingo on the grounds. To reserve your spot now, click here.

Jellystone Campground - Caledonia

Nothing says family fun like Jellystone Campground. With seven different locations in the state, you can land at one anywhere you go. Caledonia’s Jellystone offers volleyball, candy bar bingo, crafts, cartoons, jump rope and more. Add in the water park, mini golf and pedal carts for guaranteed family fun all day. To reserve your spot now, click here or call: 1-800-558-2954

Farmer Gene’s Campground - Marion

Looking for something with the entire family in mind? Farmer Gene's Campground offers planned kid’s crafts and activities weekly, multiple playgrounds throughout the park, live entertainment on various weekends, heated pool and hot tub, and a lake for fishing and swimming. Looking to get moving? Bike and kayak rentals are also available!

Peninsula State Park | Photo Credit James Jordan
Peninsula State Park | Photo Credit James Jordan

Peninsula State Park - Fish Creek

A definite “must-see” for any new camper in Wisconsin is Peninsula State Park in Door County. Not only does the campground cover quite a bit of ground (3,776 acres to be exact), it also holds a Travel Green certification, and an onsite theatre! The Northern Sky Theater offers shows throughout the summer season and discounts are offered to those who stay at the park. Make sure you place your reservations as soon as possible – some of the more popular sites are filled nearly a year in advance.

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