Campgrounds & RV Parks

Bond over the campfire with ‘smores and ghost stories. Then, sleep under the stars and wake up to the sounds of a nearby babbling brook and critter chirpings. 

Spend a night or week camping out in nature in Wisconsin with the people you love the most. Dozens of campgrounds and RV parks are waiting for you to claim as your home away from home. 

Pack the RV and Drive

If you’re heading on an RV journey, our parks offer plenty of amenities that’ll make your trip easy and fun. 

Along the Mississippi River is Nelson’s Landing RV Park, located at the foot of gorgeous bluffs. This secluded haven features a bathhouse, Wi-Fi and coin laundry. It’s just the spot for the minimalist looking to get away from it all.

For a resort-style family getaway, pull up to River Bend RV Resort. However long you plan to stay, you’ll find all you need at this resort in Watertown, only an hour away from Madison. Here, there are campsites to pitch a tent or park an RV and other accommodations like cabins. The resort-style amenities include a miniature golf course, a sandy beach and a waterpark with slides and a pool. 

State Parks & Forests

Rushing waterfalls, peaceful lake beds and gorgeous views from bluffs stretching for miles. See…

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National Parks & Forests

Wisconsin is home to ancient sea caves, pristine riverways and lakes where glaciers used to be. Our…

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Scenic State Parks

In the Badger State, we treasure our woods. Consequently, Wisconsin state parks and their campgrounds are as beautiful as they are diverse.  

Willow River State Park is a camper’s dream in large part due to a waterfall — Willow Falls. Found in Hudson near the Minnesota border, this popular spot has a nature center and lakeside picnic areas in addition to its campgrounds. Here, you and your family will enjoy paddling, hiking, fishing and swimming in the waters of Little Falls Lake.

Or stay at Roche-A-Cri State Park in Friendship, particularly unique because it’s home to a 300-foot-high rock formation as well as ancient Native American petroglyphs. The campgrounds are also beloved for snowshoeing and cross-country skiing in the wintertime. 

If you plan on staying at a state park campground, you will need a vehicle admission sticker to enter. Click here for the most up-to-date information on how and when to buy a sticker.

Camp Near Attractions 

Everyone loves the Wisconsin Dells. Also known as the “Waterpark Capital of the World,” it is an ideal destination for families with kids of all ages. 

The Wisconsin Dells campgrounds are a fun and affordable option for a family vacation near resorts and attractions, including water parks. Reserve a spot for you and your family at Dells sites like Stand Rock, Dell Pines or Shangri-La.

If you want to get away from it all or enjoy the great outdoors without sacrificing the comforts of home, Wisconsin campgrounds and RV parks have something for everyone in the family.