5 Midwest Campgrounds
The camping opportunities in the Midwest are vast, but we've collected a few stand out spots for your Summer bucket-list. Whether you are a novice or avid "camper," these five campgrounds will get you back to nature and making memories in no time.
RTip: Make a reservation one night at nearby Ishnala Supper Club on Mirror Lake and enjoy a little Summer surf and turf off the campfire.
RTip: is to spend an afternoon hiking nearby Niagara Cave, where you can tour deep into one of the top 10 caves in the US, play mini golf and pan for treasured gemstones. Afterwards, be sure to stop at Karst Brewing in Fountain, MN to sit on the patio between the buildings and sample a variety of their craft beer. If you're hungry, local snacks and goodies are also sold on-site.
Rtip: Check out the events calendar in Forestville to experience a barn dance, make apple cider or attend a guided cemetery walk.
Packing to camp is no easy job. Here is what we find it's best not to forget: Walkies aren't just for keeping track of each other, they add hours entertainment. And there's no better place to play bocce than an expansive campsite. If you never feel like you have enough hands, check out these Turkish towel backpacks for kids. Finally, this portable hammock is the best out there, and perfect for napping.
What are we missing? Tell us your favorite Midwest Campgrounds in the comments below.