You’ll never run out of things to do when you visit Wisconsin in an RV rental. Wisconsin has coastlines on two Great Lakes and an abundance of forests, farmlands and small towns to explore. Its cities, like metropolitan Milwaukee and stately Madison, are home to countless cultural attractions. The next step after deciding on the scenic Badger State as your vacation spot is to choose which RV class suits your needs.
If you like high-end comfort, drivable Class A RV rentals contain the amenities of a well-appointed home in a bus-sized vehicle. Class A RVs range in size up to 45 feet long to sleep 10 adults.
The Class B RV can be expanded with slide outs. Its amenities are on a less ornate scale than other motorhome rentals in Wisconsin, but it's perfect if you plan to spend most of your vacation days outdoors. A Class C RV sits on a truck chassis to hold what you need in the way of kitchen, beds, bathroom, and storage. Its smaller size means it gets more miles to the gallon of fuel, and its wide windows and over-cab bunks make the Class C a good Wisconsin RV rental choice.
Towable camper rentals in Wisconsin are good options if you own a large SUV or truck. If you have your heart set on a fifth-wheel trailer, you'll need a towing vehicle with a special in-bed hitch. It's possible your sedan may haul a small pop-up camper rental in Wisconsin.
You’ll find an abundance of RV parks and campgrounds in Wisconsin. For a pleasant experience, stay at the Wisconsin State Fair RV Park, which is directly inside the Milwaukee area. Plan to discover downtown Milwaukee from this RV park that provides full hookups and soothing hot showers for you to enjoy after your jaunts through metropolitan attractions. Relax by using the park's Wi-Fi to stream your evening's entertainment.
Country Roads Motorhome & RV Park on Lake Delton offers 100 campsites for travelers that have full hookups, on-site laundry facilities, and shuttles to the nearby casinos 24/7. It's quiet, friendly, and their shade trees deliver comfort from the heat.
Peninsula State Park, overlooking Lake Michigan, is known as Wisconsin's most complete park. It has 468 campsites, a summer theater, an 18-hole golf course, bike trails, and an 1860s lighthouse. The bluffs surrounding the park offer splendid views of the water.
Isle Royale National Park in nearby Michigan is a national park that offers island serenity amid Lake Superior. Park your RV at several gateway towns in either Wisconsin or Michigan, then travel by boat to the island park. Once you’re there, you can visit lighthouses, observe local wildlife, like mink, moose, and wolves, and take a hike or cruise around the island. You can also SCUBA dive there. Keep in mind that most ranger-led activities occur from June to August.
Wisconsin is a prime vacation destination for RVers, so facilities abound where you can store your RV. Check out A Plus Storage Solutions in Eau Claire, Franklin Self Storage in Milwaukee, Elkhorn Self Storage LLC in Elkhorn or A & R Mini Storage in Weyauwega.
Keep your RV at its best by using dumpstations at Viking Express in Baraboo, Hartman Creek State Park in Belgium or Eagle Cave Resort in Blue River.
There is so much to see and do in Wisconsin. One family-friendly attraction is Circus World in Baraboo. You can watch regal Bengal tigers perform and catch the clowns in hilarious action. To take in some art, visit the Milwaukee Art Museum, which is a work of art in itself. The stunning building is home to a number of pieces by Georgia O'Keeffe.
Touted as “The World’s Biggest Outdoor Music Festival”, Milwaukee’s Summerfest certainly is a large event, attracting over 800,000 visitors each year. Here you’ll find a wide variety of local and celebrity music artists, as well as plenty of food from delicious area restaurants.
Football games from the Green Bay Packers in Lambeau Field offer prime sports thrills from the team that holds the record for the most NFL titles. If your game is baseball, catch a Milwaukee Brewers game in Miller Field. Fiserv Field hosts games from NBA's Milwaukee Bucks, the team that Kareem Abdul-Jabbar played for from 1969 to 1974. For college sports, both the University of Wisconsin's campuses at Milwaukee and Madison offer football, basketball for both men and women, and hockey.
Make sure to check out some festivals when you’re in Wisconsin, like Milwaukee's Summerfest, Oktoberfest, Polish Fest, Festa Italiana, Irish Fest, and Green Bay's Polka Days.
No fewer than five interstates bring you to Wisconsin: I-39, I-41, and I-43 run north to south, and I-90 and I-94 take you east to west.
If you are considering a rental from RVshare, then you will need to be 25 years of age to be approved.
Just like any vehicle that you rent, with camper rentals in Wisconsin, you are going to need to have insurance that will cover the vehicle in the event that there is an accident. If you do not have insurance that you can use for the rental, then take a look at our insurance page for more information about your options.
When you rent an RV, it’s a good practice to bring the RV back with a full tank. At the same time, not all owners require it, so be sure to communicate with the RV owner before you rent so that you understand his or her refueling requirements.
One-way RV rentals in Wisconsin are available, but it is not always an option with every RV owner. It's important to ask the renter if a one-way rental is an option prior to renting your vehicle.