Wisconsin (WI) camping is all about forested lake camping. From the shores of the Great Lakes to the many inland glacial lakes, campers will be sure to find the perfect campground for them.
Southern Wisconsin and Eastern Wisconsin bring campers to the shores of Lake Michigan. Lake Michigan offers stunning lakeside camping with both sandy beach campsites and secluded, forest campsites. Northern Wisconsin boasts Lake Superior where campers can enjoy views of the pristine lake while sitting by the campfire at their lakeside campsite. Local parks and private campgrounds offer family-friendly RV and camper sites as well as more basic tent sites.
Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest is also located in Northern Wisconsin; here you will find plenty of places to camp near water. Glacial lakes, secluded ponds, and scenic wetlands all provide relaxing campsites in the woods, and there are hundreds of miles of trails to enjoy as well. Western Wisconsin offers rugged, hilly terrain perfect for some scenic camping near gorges, rivers, and caves. You can even find camping opportunities near cities like Milwaukee as well!
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