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9 Wisconsin Family Campgrounds
Sandhill Station Campground
Lake Mills 1 of 10
This small, secluded campground is nestled in an oak savanna with 15 walk-in campsites, and one group walk-in site. With only pit toilets and well water available, plan for a weekend of primitive camping with plenty of hiking, biking and fishing. After registering for your site, check out the 52-mile Glacial Drumlin State Trail, which starts at Cottage Grove, runs through the campground, and ends at Waukesha.
Fremont Jellystone Park Campground
Fremont 2 of 10
This isn't your typical campground. Partridge Lake plays host to the campers, providing opportunities for fishing, boating and swimming, and that's just the beginning. Kids can spend their days making tie-dye, taking hayrides, and slipping down the water slide while you relax at the Poolside Caf?. You can even take the family to the cafe for pizza, fresh-made subs or a hot breakfast.
Roche-A-Cri State Park
Friendship 3 of 10
A 300-foot-high rock outcropping is the centerpiece and namesake of this campground. A lengthy set of wooden stairs allows visitors to see the view from the top. Note that food, drinks and pets aren't allowed at this lookout point. After you've seen the sights from the top of Roche-A-Cri, head back to your shaded and quiet campsite, or lace up your hiking shoes and hop on the Acorn, Mount or Turkey Vulture trails.
Harrington Beach State Park
Belgium 4 of 10
History and nature come together at this Wisconsin campground. Located on the shores of Lake Michigan, you can splash around in the water or just relax on the beach. Take your kids to the half-mile nature trail, the hiking trail around Quarry Lake and the historical trail that pays tribute to the Stonehaven mining community. Spend a day relaxing by Puckett's Pond with a fishing pole in hand, and come back to the campsite with fresh trout and smallmouth bass for dinner.
Arrowhead Resort Campground
Wisconsin Dells 5 of 10
This Wisconsin Campground is located on 188 acres of land. Large campsites provide plenty of space for the family to relax, and a playground close by gives the kids room to run around. Volleyball, tennis courts and horseshoes will keep everyone busy right at the campground. Head to Devils Lake for hiking or take a trip to nearby Wisconsin Dells for a day of fun at the waterparks.
Rocky Arbor State Park
Baraboo 6 of 10
Find privacy and tranquility at this secluded campground. Stroll along the state park's nature trail for a quiet escape next to babbling creek waters and rocky, sandstone, ledges. Back at the campsite you can relax underneath towering pines while your little ones run around at the park's playground.
High Cliff State Park
Sherwood 7 of 10
This Wisconsin Campground is a hiker's paradise, with trails for the whole family. Start with a short trek along the limestone cliffs for a view of the largest inland lake in Wisconsin, Lake Winnebago. You can also take the paved Butterfly Pond Trail, .4 miles, The Red Bird Trail, 3.4 miles, or the Forest Management Trail, a 1.4-mile loop. Back at your wooded campsite, you'll enjoy plenty of privacy for roasting s'mores and telling ghost stories.
Yellowstone Lake State Park
Blanchardville 8 of 10
Don't get too comfortable at your campsite. Instead, take your family to the Yellowstone Wildlife Area, with 30 miles of horse trails, undesignated hiking trails, birding, and catch and release fishing on Steiner Brook. Winter campers can enjoy snowmobile trails and cross-country skiing, too. Reserve campsite 30, or take one of the first-come first served campsites, 26 to 29, for direct access to trails.
Potawatomi State Park
Sturgeon Bay 9 of 10
This Wisconsin campground is located on Sturgeon Bay, but don't just experience its beauty from the shore. Instead, climb to the top of the 75-foot observation tower, where you can see it from high above the tree line. From here you and your family can enjoy panoramic views of Sawyer Harbor, all the way across to Green Bay on a clear day. Back at the campsite, tall trees create privacy for family time around the fire.