Campgrounds in Wisconsin
are as varied as the areas around
them--there are forests, prairies,
lakes, rivers, hills, and valleys.
You'll find campgrounds, trails, historic
and archaeological sites, places for
solitude and places for large group
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A typical campsite is in a natural
setting with road access, a fire ring,
and a picnic table, and can be used
by either vehicle or tent campers.
But there also are backpack, walk-in,
and canoe-in sites, sites with electrical
hookups, and sites designed specifically
for either tent or vehicle campers.
Some sites are accessible for people
with disabilities. Some are for people
with horses. Others accommodate large
groups of campers
campgrounds in state parks and forests
that are open for winter
Spend the night with
nature in one of more than 4,600 campsites
in Wisconsin state parks and forests
State Park Camping -Information on camping in state parks. Directions, park
maps and contact info
National Forest Camping -52 campgrounds throughout the Chequamegon-Nicolet
national forest with campground maps, description of facilities, and directions
to where the campgrounds are located.
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