Wisconsin offers its own variety of beautiful visages and experiences for you to discover. Here are a few of our top picks to visit with your camping utility trailer.
Apostle Islands National Lakeshore – Bayfield
Starting at the northernmost point of the state, Apostle Islands National Lakeshore is located on Lake Superior and consists of 21 islands and 12 miles of mainland. This national park offers a variety of scenic, natural, and historical sights to enjoy. On the mainland, there are beaches, trails, lighthouses, and sea caves to explore. Offshore, the park also promotes aquatic activities such as fishing, boating, and even scuba diving. This picturesque national park is just one of five located along Lake Superior. Make sure to load up your camping utility trailer with canoes or kayaks so you can fully enjoy this beautiful national park.
Interstate State Park – Saint Croix Falls
South of the Apostle Islands along Wisconsin’s western border is the Dairyland’s oldest state park. Interstate State Park was founded in 1900. As a result, it is rich with history and fervorous character. This park is situated along the St. Croix River and offers hiking, camping, swimming, and canoeing/kayaking opportunities. For visitors who are more interested in the history of the region, there are also exhibits about the Ice Age glaciers.
Ice Age Scenic Trail
This 1,200-mile-long national scenic trail runs through some of the most beautiful landscapes Wisconsin has to offer. In the West, the trail starts in Interstate State Park, St. Croix, and runs down across Wisconsin ending in the east in Potawatomi State Park, Sturgeon Bay. The Ice Age Trail contains footpaths for hiking, backpacking, snowshoeing, biking, and some camping opportunities throughout 30 counties. Over 2 million people use the Ice Age Trail every year. This historical trail outlines a Wisconsin glacier formation from more than 12,000 years ago. Does that sound interesting? Get outside with your camping utility trailer and enjoy the Ice Age Trail at your own pace!
Moving over to southern-central Wisconsin is the waterpark capital of the world, Wisconsin Dells. This destination offers a more social experience with a variety of activities. In the surrounding area, there are several campsites that offer both social and private camping experiences with varying levels of amenities. Wisconsin Dells is iconic for a reason and, it is worth checking out a few camping sites with ease in your camping utility trailer.
Harrington Beach State Park – Belgium
East of Wisconsin Dells on the shores of Lake Michigan our last destination is found. Harrington Beach State Park offers many different sights including a mile-long sandy beach, white cedar forest, limestone quarry lake, wetland ponds, and grassland fields, along with many things to do. This park also has an observatory for stargazing and astronomy programs. This 715-acre state park is the perfect place to bring your camping utility trailer to and kick up your feet and relax.