Spread across 200 acres, Bluebird Springs Campground is a tural paradise. You can swim in the 1.5-acre, spring-fed swimming area. If you love the outdoors, hike to the top of the top of the bluffs to see amazing scenery below, especially when the fall leaves are putting on a show.
This is a long-term campground in La Crosse, Wisconsin, with a few spots for short-term stays. No matter how long you stay, you’ll find that everyone is very friendly. Guests enjoy the swimming hole, hiking trails, shuffleboard and easy access to a golf course.
“This campground is AMAZING! I went here as a child and brought my own kids back we with tales of fun and excitement and they did not disappoint! They have hayrides for the kids and movies at night at the park! Also, a pool and fishing holes available and miles of hiking trails. There is also a bar on site for the adults with an arcade for the kiddos as well. Best part … they spray for mosquitos!” Tricia, Google Reviews
This campground located along the banks of the Mississippi River is a great place for fishing. Enjoy Sunday morning special activities and the bands that perform on special occasions. For added comfort, this campground has many shade trees near its campsites.
You will love the friendly atmosphere at this La Crosse-area campsite nestled on the banks of the Mississippi River. The sunsets are particularly stunning. Great fishing abounds in this area, and you’ll find great hiking trails too.
“Wasn’t sure what to expect when we rolled up, but we were not disappointed. Check in was a breeze. The campsite was clean and easy to find. Despite there being a bunch of people, the site was quiet. The bathrooms were clean. The neighbor campers were friendly. The fish were hungry. I plan on going here a lot more to fish and camp. It was awesome.” Aaron, Google Reviews
This campground, which is about 17 miles east of La Crosse, offers direct access to the La Crosse River. Bikers can also access the La Crosse River State Bike Path. The campground magers promise to never turn anyone away.
Located just off Interstate 90, this RV camping site near La Crosse offers both paved and grassy sites. The friendly hosts are available to answer any questions. If you’re lucky, you may be able to find a great riverfront site for your RV.
“Wonderful. Clean, nice space for each camper, friendly people and friendly host n hostess. well taken care of. Campers were not packed in like sardines. I recommend this campground to everyone who camps in the area. Hope it stays the same. I am coming back there in 3 weeks” ncy, Google Reviews
If you are looking for a venue with a campground and event hall, then make sure to check out Pettibone Resort RV Park & Campground. The large pull-through sites right by the Mississippi River make this a great place to relax. You can even rent a canoe to create your own fun on the river
Large sites with easy access makes this a great place to bring a rented RV. While this facility may be better known as a great place to host a wedding or reception, there are many reasons to camp here. Guests get easy access to canoeing, fishing and other water activities. Enjoy watching the sunset or build a campfire and watch the stars twinkle overhead.
“This is the place to stay in the La Crosse area. Close to everything La Crosse has to offer. Great smiling people to greet you. Clean restrooms/showers. Short walk over Mississippi River bridge to downtown attractions.” Richard, Google Review
At this RV campground near La Crosse, Wisconsin, a special theme runs throughout each weekend during the camping season. Examples include magic weekends, Oktoberfest and Disney. Guests can also enjoy playing in two swimming pools and an adults-only hot tub.
This Good Sam RV park near La Crosse, Wisconsin, offers a variety of amenities, including rental golf carts and canoes. Live bands perform at least once a month during the summer. In addition, easy access to Neshonoc Lakeside makes this a great place for water play.
“One of the best parks we’ve been to so far. Very clean. Awesome playgrounds and facilities. Staff is super helpful and courteous. The lake is gorgeous. The surrounding area is pretty nice with lots of access to shopping and even a bike trail. Would highly recommend, you probably won’t find better for 100 miles.” Aaylia, Google Reviews
With many themed weekends occurring throughout the camping season (including Christmas in July), there is always a great reason to consider Whispering Pines Campground. While some activities like miniature golf cost a little extra, many other amenities are included in the base camping fee. You can also play on the swimming beach.
You will love all the family-friendly activities built around special themes at Whispering Pines Campground, which is located about 17 miles away from La Crosse. In fact, you may have trouble pulling your children away from the swimming beach and the miniature golf course. The recreational hall is a great place if it rains.
“Nicest place and folks. Very clean with a great swimming area. Only complaint is the Wi-Fi didn’t work even after the guy said it was fixed. But no big deal because we were here to camp anyhow. Can’t wait to come back” Marcia, Google Reviews
Hidden in the Leon Valley under tall trees, Leon Valley Campground is perfect for those who want to cool off in the summer. If you like outdoor adventures, there are miles of well-maintained hiking trails. You’ll also want to check out the game room and camp store.
With campsites for individuals and groups, everyone can find the accommodations at this campground. A small playground located next to the swimming pool offers children a variety of activities, but if it is raining, then the recreation hall offers arcade games and other activities. This is a great place to stop if you’re looking for an economical option that still has great accommodations.
“Very clean and quiet. There are a lot of seasonal sites here so if you don’t mind a constant traffic of golf carts driving by your site all the time you will enjoy your stay. The staff is very courteous. The site is not located directly on the bike trail but is within driving distance. We will definitely visit again.” Nathan, Google Reviews
When you are looking for RV camping near La Crosse, do not overlook Lost Falls Campground. As a water sport-oriented park, standup paddleboards, canoes, kayaks and tubes are all available for rental. Beautiful campsites surrounded by grass make this a great place to camp.
There are so many different water activities available at this campground, which is located about 46 miles northeast of the La Crosse. You can rent a single or tandem kayak or canoe. For something different, rent a standup paddleboard. With the little ones, you can dig for clam shells, visit a butterfly garden and play on the playgrounds.
“Christmas In July” at the Lost Falls Campground. This year we had 37 people (kids, grandchildren & great grandchildren). We have tried other places, but this became our staple many years ago. Everyone really looks forward to our family time together at Lost Falls. It is nice and relaxing unlike some more commercialized campgrounds. The owners and camp hosts are always very friendly and accommodating. Highly recommended by our entire family.” Robert, Google Reviews
This campground within Black Forest State Park is open all year, making it a great place for ice anglers and hunters to camp. While the sites are close together, there are native trees between each one to help control noise. The camp is conveniently located near Interstate 94, making it easy to explore La Crosse or the rest of southwestern Wisconsin.
At this RV park, you’ll find miles of hiking trails that encourage you to reconnect with nature. Elk have been reintroduced here, so make sure to watch for them. This campground within Black River State Park is open year-round, so you are welcome to enjoy winter activities while camping here.
“Castle mound is a great place to camp and hike. There are amazing views on the hiking trails and it’s also not that far from a local ATV trail which is just up the road. The ATV parking lot does have a dock to take your ATV out of your truck if you forgot to bring ramps, it’s come in handy many times for me. It can get a little buggy around the camp ground but that’s common with almost any camp ground you go to around Jackson County.” Josh, Google Reviews
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Back-in/Pull-through Sites: Both, Pool/Hot tub: Yes, Showers: Yes,Pets Allowed: Yes,Cell Reception: Yes
You’ll love all the activities available at Tunnel Trail Campground. For example, you can rent bikes to enjoy the nearby trail. Every site has a picnic table, so it’s a great place to enjoy a meal or play a friendly game of cards. Relax in the heated swimming pool or shop in the camp store.
“Nice campground right on the bike trail. A little more expensive than other campgrounds we’ve stayed at but worth it. There are no loud/obnoxious people and it’s quiet at night with quiet time enforced which is great. There’s a nice pool, mini golf, clean bathrooms/showers and playgrounds,” Wilson, Google Reviews
It can be difficult to decide where to stay when you look at La Crosse RV park maps. Some campgrounds are near the city while others require a short drive. Some are near bike trails, and others are near rivers. Deciding what activities you want to do on your camping adventure will help you choose the campground that fits your needs the best. No matter where you stay, you’re sure to have an unforgettable time. In fact, La Crosse makes a great home base for those who want to explore the 10 best RV destinations in Wisconsin.
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Yes. The majority of campgrounds we selected in this blog allow pets.