Map of Wisconsin Campgrounds: National Forests, State Parks, County Parks and More

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Whether your looking for the closest Wisconsin State Park or are planning a last-minute Wisconsin camping trip, this map of Wisconsin Campgrounds will help you find the campground options around your destination.

Over the years when Wisconsin trip planning, we’ve found that Google doesn’t always show us all of our camping options. For example, it often misses the stunning National Forest Campgrounds.

I’m not sure why this is. But to combat this problem, we put together this map of all of the campgrounds in Wisconsin to visualize our options when planning trips.

So if you looking to see what campgrounds you can choose for your next Wisconsin camping adventure, this map is for you.

It contains all of the National Forest, State Parks, and County Parks that have campgrounds for you to enjoy.

The map also contains some of the private campgrounds we’ve found while trip planning.

We update this map as we find more available campgrounds.

Hope this map helps you find all your Wisconsin camping options. And if you also camp in Michigan, check out our Map of Michigan Campgrounds.

Let’s go camping!

Map of Wisconsin Campgrounds

How to Use This Map: Click on the icon on the top left-hand corner. You will now see all of the different categories of Wisconsin Campgrounds. You can click the checkboxes to the left of the layer name to turn on and off categories. For example, if you only want to camp in a National Forest, you can clock “off” all of the other types of campgrounds to only see the National Forest campgrounds.

For more info on each campground, click on the map icons.

To see the map in more detail, click on the [ ] in the top right-hand corner. This will bring to a larger map where the details of each point can be found by clicking on the location point name in the list on the left.

You can also save the map for your own use; click the ⭐ to the right of the map name. This will save the map to your Google Maps where you can make a copy and use it for your own trip planning.

Do you want to create your own Google Map? Check Out How to Plan a Road Trip With Google Maps

Related Post: Best Wisconsin State Parks: A Survey of Wisconsin State Park Lovers

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