Recreational vehicles come in many classes designed for different purposes, ranging from sleeping space to long-term living arrangements. The two main categories of RVs are motorhomes and trailers. If you have a vehicle with enough towing power, RV trailers are an option. Otherwise, you'll want to consider motorhome rentals near Green Bay.
These RVs are divided into three classes: A, B, and C. The largest motorhomes that are built on bus frames fit into Class A. They're ideal for group road trips and long-term camping, but they are more challenging to drive. Class C campers are popular for vacation travel because they're easier to drive and have space for a few people to live. Class B campervans are the smallest motorhomes with space for one or two people to sleep.
If you're interested in a pop-up camper rental in Green Bay, they are also available along with other towed RV trailers. They range from folding trailers to fifth-wheel trailers that rival the living space of large motorhomes.
Campgrounds abound for you to explore with camper rentals in Green Bay. Many of them are located along the Door Peninsula east of Green Bay. Two nearby campgrounds a few miles outside of Green Bay are Apple Creek Campground and Shady Acres Campsites. Further south, you can camp next to Lake Winnebago at Lakeview RV Park and Cabins. On the peninsula, you can enjoy water recreation at campgrounds like Quietwoods South Camping Resort, Tranquil Timbers Camping Resort, and Baileys Grove Campground.
If you plan to tour upstate Wisconsin's outdoor camping sites, you could also keep driving into Minnesota and check out Voyageurs National Park. Located about seven hours away from Green Bay on the Canadian border, the park has four lakes and 27 miles of walking trails to explore. State parks closer to Green Bay include High Cliff State Park on the shore of Lake Winnebago and Potawatomi State Park, located to the east outside Sturgeon Bay.
The Green Bay area in upper Wisconsin is dotted with RV storage options for people who are planning vacations or storing their RVs during the off-season. Three storage locations in Green Bay include Lok Safe Storage, Square One Storage, and Grant Street Mini-Warehouses, LLC. There's also Highway 29 Boat and RV Storage east of Green Bay and V and V Storage to the south in Appleton.
When it's time to unload waste from your Green Bay RV rental, you can take it to the Brown County Waste Transfer station in the city. The nearest dumpstations outside of Green Bay are at Northsider Valley Petroleum and Waste Management's Menasha Transfer Station. There's also a transfer station at Ridgeview Security Landfill to the southeast.
Green Bay is home to the Bay Beach Amusement Park and Dier Straits Disc Golf Course for those looking for family stops on a city tour. Cultural sites include the Oneida Nation Walk of Legends, UWGB Arboretum Trail, and the National Railroad Museum. Football fans might want to add the Green Bay Packers Heritage Trail Plaza to the list.
The major sports team to watch is the Green Bay Packers. The famous NFL team calls Lambeau Field on the west side of the city it's home field. You can also see local football games at the Packers' original home field, City Stadium, on the east side of town, which today is maintained by a nearby high school.
Green Bay is served by two interstate highways: I-41 and I-43. Both highways head south to Milwaukee. I-41 takes an inland route, and I-43 follows the coast of Lake Michigan. I-41 becomes a state freeway that continues north along the Green Bay coast to Marquette and to the national forests in northern Wisconsin.