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Wisconsin Cabins are Winners

Cabin Options Make Badger State Getaways Easier Than Ever

By Cele and Lynn Seldon

With eight Wisconsin campgrounds on offering cabin and cottage rentals throughout Southern Wisconsin, there are plenty of ways to enjoy the camping lifestyle without having to rough it. From rustic cabins with basic amenities to luxury and premier cottages and yurts with all the bells and whistles, camping at these campgrounds is as easy as checking into a hotel, but better– thanks to all of the amenities offers a campground 

Whether you prefer to leave your RV at home or have friends and family that don’t own an RV or tent but want to join the fun, Wisconsin offers plenty of options. The more rustic park models provide sleeping accommodations in twin, double, queen, and bunk beds. Others have sleeping accommodations with some basic kitchen amenities. While the more deluxe options have full living rooms, dining rooms, fully outfitted kitchens with dishes and cookware, lofts for additional sleeping space, full bathrooms, flat-screen televisions, decks, grills, fire pits and so much. There is truly something for everyone when it comes to campground accommodations options. 

Yet, all of them feature the same wonderful hospitality that these camping resorts are known for, as well as tons of activities and amenities, including beaches and lakes, fishing, boating, swimming pools, movie theaters, hiking trails, mini-golf, shuffleboard, tennis courts, basketball, clubhouses, playgrounds, and more that make for memorable  vacations and getaways. 

Blackhawk RV Campground
Blackhawk RV Campground

Blackhawk RV Campground and Lakeland RV Campground are only 90 miles from Chicago and serve as the gateway to southern Wisconsin. Blackhawk features several cabins that sleep six to eight people, with either a secluded setting on Mud Lake or waterfront options on scenic Clear Lake. Lakeland’s cabins are a short walk from fishing and boating on Lake Koshkonong, with a new pool coming Summer, 2019. Further north, Plymouth Rock RV Campground is just 15 miles west of Lake Michigan and offers more than 20 cabin options, along with boat rentals, four playgrounds, two pools, hot tub, a dance hall, and packed weekends of themed activities and fun-filled events. Tranquil Timbers RV Campground in Sturgeon Bay is the gateway to the dramatic Door Peninsula, with its five state parks and 10 lighthouses, and offers basic cabins, deluxe loft cabins, and yurts. 

Fremont RV Campground

Heading west on the other side of Green Bay lies Fremont RV Campground along the shores of Partridge Lake. This first-class resort features a full complement of cabin options, along with a one-bedroom cottage, and world-class fishing, with close to 1,000 acres of shallow reedy water.  

Central Wisconsin summer fun can be found at Lake of the Woods Campground, with 12 fully furnished luxury cabins – eight of them waterfront –including DirectTV and large decks that sleep up to eight people. A bit further west, Arrowhead and Yukon Trails RV Campgrounds are perfect for exploring “The Water Park Capital of the World” in Wisconsin Dells. Minutes from all the action, each campground has basic camper cabins, loft cabins and deluxe cabins, as well as pools, tennis courts and endless outdoor activities.  

Neshonoc Park
Neshonoc Park

On the western edge of Wisconsin lies Neshonoc Lakeside Camping Resort. This premier camping destination along the shores of Neshonoc Lake features the gamut of cabin camping options, from basic log cabins to premier cottages.  

Summer awaits in the Badger State. And, with these Wisconsin cabin, cottage and yurt rentals, it’s easy to take the family on a summer vacation they’ll never forget.

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