If Wisconsin isn't at the front of your mind for a vacation destination, it should be! From glacial rock formations to pristine pebble beaches, this Midwestern state is a hidden gem.
There’s nowhere quite like the Midwest. America’s friendly heartland has lakes, prairies, hills, and forests beyond compare. It’s also a great region for a road trip. That’s why we’ve come up with three of the best Midwest road trips for campers.
Extending into Lake Michigan is Door County, named after the once-dangerous Death’s Door strait between the peninsula and Washington Island. But the era of shipwrecks is well in the past and the area is now a spectacular destination!
It may be in the Midwest, but Fond du Lac East/Kettle Moraine KOA brings an authentic Old West vibe to "America’s Heartland." Formerly Westward Ho RV Resort, this family-friendly campground in Glenbeulah, Wisconsin offers amenities, forest, and social events for all ages.
The U.S. is full of secrets, with hidden gems scattered throughout the country. Perhaps you’ve experienced fall in the Mid-Atlantic region, where the Appalachians burst into fiery hues. Now it’s time for the Midwest, where peak season generally arrives in early-mid October.
Snow in the summer? Why not! Throughout the north, our resorts are getting into the Christmas spirit as we prep for one of our favorite themes, Christmas in July. Wagon rides, visits from Santa, and site decorating contests are just a taste of what you can expect from these summer celebrations.