Stepping out of your neighborhood and taking a trip out on the open roads is a liberating experience for most. Whether you live in the great state of Wisconsin or are planning a trip to visit, bringing your RV out is a great way to connect with the area.
With access to two of the great lakes, Wisconsin is home to so much beautiful wildlife. Wisconsin provides endless opportunities to hike, fish, camp, and much more. Fractional Toys wants to share the journey with you! With our RV and Motorhome rentals, the world is your oyster.
Here are just a few of the wonderful places your RV rental can bring you to in Wisconsin!
Chequamegon National Forest
With over 1,500,000 acres of remarkable forest, Chequamegon is a Wisconsin landmark that will take your breath away. You can sit back, relax, and enjoy the beautiful flora and fauna that Chequamegon has to offer, or take a stab at conquering the outdoors.
Chequamegon is also a popular fishing site for those who enjoy catching several different types of fish, including muskellunge, the state fish of Wisconsin. There’s so much opportunity for fishing, foraging, climbing, and hiking. Even if you’re visiting in the colder months, you may find it appealing to snowshoe, snowmobile, or cross-country ski.
Let Fractional Toys equip you with all your camping and outdoor needs so you can take full advantage of what the great outdoors of Wisconsin has to offer!
Lake Geneva is a beloved and popular spot amongst Wisconsinites. A popular destination spot for any, as it offers beautiful scenery and plenty of activities to do aside from camping.
You’ll find a genuine camp experience at one of the neighboring RV campsites close to the water and wooded areas. Seeing the sites will lead you to many beaches, lake activities, hiking and bike rentals, local restaurants, and even a waterpark!
If you enjoy the quiet serenity that the outdoors brings you but still enjoy connecting with local shops and ventures, Lake Geneva will be the perfect spot to bring your RV for a getaway.
Egg Harbor - Door County
Door County is a charming area of Wisconsin with the beautiful Egg Harbor Village. This peninsula off Lake Michigan will make you fall in love with small-town living. Taking your RV to Door County may put you in tune with your surroundings while enjoying the crisp air and all that Egg Harbor has to offer.
If you visit in the summer, be sure to check out the cherry orchards. You can even try your hand at cooking or baking with some local Door County cherries. Here are some tips for camping dining needs that you may need to get those culinary skills going.
Known for their deliciously sweet local cherries, you’ll find plenty of restaurants incorporating cherries and cherry wine into every menu. You and your rig are bound to plan your next trip back to this quaint and peaceful space in the beautiful state of Wisconsin.
North of Madison, Wisconsin, lies the Wisconsin Dells. Lying on the Wisconsin River and near Mirror Lake State Park, this area was carved out by glaciers, leaving behind natural sandstone formations. The Wisconsin Dells also has several theme parks, water parks, and other entertainment.
For your next RV trip, you can choose from one of ten different campgrounds in the area. Park your rental RV at the Bonanza Camping Resort, the Ho-Chunk Gaming RV Park, or the Holiday Shores Camp-Resort, to name a few. When choosing your campground, make sure you choose one with a full hook-up and 30 or 50-amp service, depending on your RV.
The Wisconsin Dells have enough entertainment for adults, too, like an abundance of breweries, wineries, and distilleries, food and drink options, and live entertainment. Whether you’re looking for a fun time with the family or an adult getaway, choose the Wisconsin Dells for your next RV camping trip.
Devil’s Lake State Park
Located in eastern Sauk County, south of Baraboo, Wisconsin, lies Devil’s Lake State Park. A quick trip from Madison, this area is on the western edge of the last ice sheet deposited during the Wisconsin glaciation. This natural feat left behind amazing 500-foot bluffs surrounding the lake, estimated to be about 1.6 billion years old.
If you love rock climbing and hiking, this destination is for you. There are plenty of hiking trails and scenic drives, along with biking trails and horseback riding. You can even go scuba diving in the lake.
Devil’s Lake State Park has plenty of areas to bring your rental RV where you can hook up and enjoy your stay in nature. If you don’t mind a little chill in the air, you can also go winter camping at the Quartzite Campground.
Made up of 28 connected lakes, Eagle River is a prime destination for any RV campers. Here, you’ll find campgrounds that accommodate your rental RV. In Eagle River, you can enjoy nature to its fullest through hiking, swimming, hunting, fishing, golfing, and more.
Eagle River also has many dining and drink options in the area, including breweries and wineries. Downtown Eagle River is a quaint area to explore and grab a bite to eat after spending the day out on the lakes or hiking through the woods.
Eagle River isn’t just for summertime, though. Snowmobiling, skiing, and snowshoeing are popular winter activities in the area. There are over 500 miles of snowmobile trails around Eagle River. And, of course, if you want a little extra fun in the evening, check out the area’s casinos. You’ll never be bored on your next RV camping trip to Eagle River!
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We’ll help you get your motorhome up and running with all the right equipment so you can enjoy the great state of Wisconsin as soon as possible! Call us today at 651-340-0937!