Camping in Wisconsin is not just a respite but it can be a wonderful place to get adventure and different encounters when campers go there. There are no National Parks in Wisconsin but certainly there are some wonderful lake-shores and national scenic trails to explore. Most campgrounds are located near major highways and the state parks are scattered all over the state. Even though it is easy to reach the campground from major cities like Madison, there are still chances to get out of the city and camp at one of the Wisconsin state parks.
If you are looking for ideal camping spots in the National Forest of Wisconsin then head into Door County. Wisconsin Dells is the perfect place for camping in Door County as it has lots of beautiful lakes and river. The Door County State Park is home to many campsites all over the lake shore. Here you will get to experience scenic views of the Door County forest all around you. If you camp at the national park then you might want to head to the Rainbow Bay Campgrounds where there is housekeeping service every night and a grill that serves burgers and steaks.
In addition to the national park camping spots, you will also find several other places that will make you come across all your hiking and camping requirements. In Door County there is the Rock House State Park where there is an opportunity to view bear during winter and the rare white-tailed deer in the summer. Another attraction of Door County is the famous Green Bay Cave, which is open all the year round and is the second-longest cave in the world. Hikers from all over the country come to see this marvelous site and spend their time in the caves.