This list represents the most popular campgrounds in Wisconsin. Use this list to plan your next Wisconsin campgrounds trip. Select a state and/or activity below to find even more top trails.
#1 Blackhawk Memorial Park Campground
This quiet county park on the East Branch Pecatonica River is sure to have an open campsite.
#2 Bear Lake Campground
Walk-in campsites add even more lakeside overnighting options here.
#3 Ledge County Park Campground
Camp under the tall oaks and maples at this campground that overlooks wildlife-rich Horicon Marsh.
#4 Wildcat Mountain State Park Campground
Wildcat Mountain is an active camper’s destination.
#5 Buckhorn State Park Campground
Most of the camps here are lakeside walk-in sites!
#6 Harrington Beach State Park Campground
Camp a short hike away from one of the most accessible public beaches along Lake Michigan, a short drive from Milwaukee.
#7 Bagley Rapids Campground
The scenic North Branch Oconto River is just steps away from this campground. North Branch of the Oconto twists, turns,
#8 Sidie Hollow County Park Campground
Sidie Hollow is a great “get away from it all” destination.
#9 St. Croix Campground
Despite its abundance of natural resources, St. Croix Campground is surprisingly underused.
#10 Nelson Dewey State Park Campground
The views from the walk-in tent sites are among the best anywhere.
#11 Pigeon Creek Campground
Black River Falls, WI
Pigeon Creek is the most underutilized campground in this entire guidebook.
#12 Governor Dodge State Park Campground
You aren’t the only one to find this an excellent place to camp. Archaeological evidence puts humans here more than 8,000 ...
#13 High Cliff State Park Campground
Camp atop the edge of the Niagara Escarpment with nice views of Lake Winnebago below.
#14 Dells of the Eau Claire County Park Campground
These dells deserve their designation as a state natural area.
#15 Willow River State Park Campground
Willow Falls and a high-quality campground will surprise visitors at this Twin Cities getaway.
#16 Rock Island State Park Campground
Washington Island, WI
It takes a lot of effort to reach Rock Island, but the determination is worth it.
#17 Lake Wissota State Park Campground
Chippewa Falls, WI
You will be surprised at the combination of developed and rustic recreation opportunities here.
#18 Lake Three/Beaver Lake Campground
Both of these campgrounds lie in the shadow of St. Peters Dome.
#19 Newport State Park Campground
Ellison Bay, WI
It is a delight to hit some of the little touristy towns along WI 42 and then disappear into wilderness where you may not ...
#20 Goodman Park Campground
Enjoy the view of Strong Falls from a picturesque river bridge.
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