By Rachel Smith
Summer in Wisconsin is to be cherished to the highest extent. To enjoy it to its fullest, a lakefront camping experience is in order. We’ve found the five most gorgeous lakeside campsites in Wisconsin for you to set your sights on. Make your reservations right away!
Neshonoc is a premier lakeside camping experience that you won’t want to miss out on. Located right on Neshonoc Lake, the campsite offers deluxe cabin rentals as well as electric and seasonal sites. They also have a beautiful beach, pool, hot tub, Sugar Shack treats, volleyball and basketball courts, and tons of local events to maximize your stay.
Come camp at Lake Arrowhead Campground in Montello, Wisconsin. Ask about renting their gorgeous waterfront campsites. There are more than 60 sites at this family-owned and operated resort. Choose from seasonal sites, waterfront, water and electric sites, and full hookup sites. Vacation on your own budget at Lake Arrowhead.
Big Foot Beach State Park offers 100 beautiful campsites. The beach is located in the perfect spot to watch breathtaking sunsets and setting up for picnics. You’ll love how quiet the campground gets at night even in the heat of summer. If you love to exercise, try their well-kept hiking trails for a new type of hiking experience.
Kohler-Andrae State Park is the perfect place to book a campsite for families. With 137 units, in which 52 are equipped for electric, you and your family will love having the ability to choose how you spend your vacation. If you really want to take it up a notch, canvas and pole tepees are available in the summer months. Take in beautiful views of Lake Michigan at Kohler-Andrae State Park.
Holiday Acres Resort isn’t your typical camping resort. The entire space is for those who enjoy cabin-type campsites. Most of the cabins have direct water access and their own personal dock. You’ll be able to take on all that Lake Thompson offers because Holiday Acres has all sorts of water sport equipment. There’s so much fun to be had at Holidays Acres on the water.