With Lake Superior to the north-east, Lake Michigan to the north-west, and the Mississippi River in the south-east, Wisconsin has an amazing amount of camping destinations!
On top of that, the many lakes, state parks, and private campgrounds make it one of the best states to go camping in the country.
Here are our picks for the Best Places To Go Camping In Wisconsin.
High Cliff State Park
Sitting on the shores of Lake Winnebago, High Cliff State Park offers great views of the lake atop the limestone cliff overlooking the lake. Mirror Lake State Park
Located on the beautiful Mirror Lake, campers can rent rowboats, pontoon boats, paddle-boards, kayaks and canoes for use on the lake.
Big Bay State Park
With a 1.5-mile long beach, Big Bay State Park campground sits at the northernmost point in Wisconsin on Madeline Island.
Buckhorn State Park
This campground has drive-up sites, hike-in site, and paddle-up sites right on the water.
Wyalusing State Park
Tent campers can find a spot for the night directly on a bluff with stunning views of the rivers and valleys below.
Devils Lake State Park
This 360 acre lake with 500 foot bluffs is one of Wisconsin’s most popular parks and campgrounds.
Spanning 21 islands across the southern shores of Lake Superior, the Apostle Islands are part of the National Parks system. To see more amazing camping destinations, check out www.BeyondTheTent.com
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