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Tripleblaze.com Announces the 10 Best Campgrounds in Wisconsin
Lake camping takes over the top 10 in Wisconsin, with all of the campgrounds near at least one lake or body of water. Of course Lake Michigan is right there for campers to enjoy, and both the Kohler-andrae State Park Campground and the Harrington Beach State Park Campground boast beautiful beaches along the Lake Michigan shoreline. Other lakes are thrown in the mix as well, with Devils Lake State Park Campground sitting on a 360 acre lake with 500 foot bluffs jutting out, Boot Lake Campground sitting on a 263 acre lake, Governor Dodge Campground with two lakes, and more.
Lakes aren't all Wisconsin has to boast, though. Franklin Lake Campground, rated number one, is on the National Register of Historic Places, and both Brule River Campground and Amnicon Falls State Park Campground butt up against beautiful rivers with scenic rapids and waterfalls.
"This list shows how much Wisconsin has to offer," comments Tripleblaze Writer, Kelley Spurlock. "These campgrounds offer a wide variety of amenities and outdoor activities like hiking, horseback riding, canoeing, kayaking, and fishing. Wisconsin really keeps their campers busy!"
Many of these campgrounds do take reservations, but make sure to make them early on. All of these campgrounds are owned and operated by either regional or federal government.
Franklin Lake Campground – Eagle River, WI
Devils Lake State Park Campground – Baraboo, WI
Amnicon Falls State Park Campground – South Range, WI
Kohler-andrae State Park Campground – Sheboygan, WI
Boot Lake Campground – Townsend, WI
Governor Dodge Campground – Dodgeville, WI
Harrington Beach State Park Campground – Belgium, WI
Brule River Campground – Iron River, WI
Mirror Lake State Park Campground – Baraboo, WI
Kettle Moraine State Park Southern Unit Campground – Eagle, WI
Tripleblaze.com features a directory of more than 8,000 campgrounds in all 50 US states. In addition to writing reviews, campers can share photos and videos of the places they've camped via Tripleblaze.com and the free Tripleblaze iPhone and Android apps.