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Discover Madison, WI


Just 80 miles west of Milwaukee, Madison is one of the largest cities in the state of Wisconsin, in addition to being the state capital. Madison is uniquely positioned between Lake Monona and Lake Mendota, which create a small isthmus where the state capital building is located. Madison was founded in 1836 and is named for James Madison, the fourth president of the United States.

When you book an RV in Madison, it will become clear as day why so many people believe the city to be one of the very best in the country to live or visit. Consistently top-rated by newspapers and periodicals, this cultural powerhouse of a city has everything you could possibly want. Trendy coffee shops, new-age breweries, cuisines from all different cultures, exciting sports events, music performances, grand old architecture, and beautifully manicured landscapes are why so many people visit Madison.

Interstate 90 connects the city with Chicago and other regional hubs, as does Interstate 94, both of which run through Madison. The incredible public transportation, regional airport, and an extensive network of bicycle trails make Madison an overall friendly place to explore or even take a leisurely stroll through the storied streets of the state’s gorgeous capital.

Experience the Sites and Scenery

If Madison weren’t already great enough, it is home to one of the best collections of public parks, beaches, walking & biking trails, and sports facilities. With 6,000 acres spread out across more than 250 public parks, you’ll surely find a park to suit your needs when you vacation in the vibrant city of Madison.

Warner Park is closely intertwined with its local neighborhood, frequently hosting celebrations and festivals. This large park is great for pleasant walks around the pond or fishing, among other things. Places like Olbrich Park Beach and Olin Park are known for their awesome lakefront beaches located right in the city, so long drives in your Madison camper rental are not necessary when you want to cool off and take a swim.

Outside of Madison, the trend continues; there are countless other nature spots and recreation areas for you to enjoy when you rent an RV. Capital Springs State Recreation Area is situated on both Upper Mud Lake and Lake Waubesa just outside of Madison and can be found on the National Register of Historic Places for its rich archaeological history and indigenous tribal excavation sites. Hiking around the lakes, canoeing, kayaking, or swimming are great ways to experience this lovely recreation area.

Lake Kegonsa State Park is a little bit past Stoughton and also involves a pleasant lake. The lake is a glacial remnant from the last ice age some 12,000 years ago that now serves as a refreshing swimming and fishing area. Lots of boat launches and docks are available should you have access to a boat.

Lake Winnebago is about 75 miles northeast of Madison. It’s a famous lake in Wisconsin that is suitable for nearly all types of water recreation activities, and there are a number of fun campgrounds and state parks that line its shores where you can park the Madison RV rental. High Cliff State Park is named for its steep escarpments and unusual geological features that can be found on any of the hiking trails. In addition to its scenic wilderness areas, High Cliff State Park is home to several ancient effigy mounds created by the natives that inhabited the area for thousands of years.

Getting to Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest involves several hours of driving in your Madison motorhome rental, but it is surely worth the effort. This national forest covers 1.5 million acres of pristine forest, wetlands, savanna, bogs, rivers, and glacial lakes. Three majestic wilderness areas can be explored if you have the right equipment and survival skills to comfortably do so.

City Attractions

Despite people’s best efforts, it is truly impossible to even see a fraction of all the amazing things in Madison when they visit for a vacation. You would have to move to Madison to fully appreciate just how special the city is. The Wisconsin State Capitol building is one of many architectural wonders found in Madison. The state legislature passed a law forbidding any other building to overtake the capitol building in height, so the great big dome is the most prominent feature of the city skyline. The square in which the capitol sits is known for all sorts of activities, like the Dane County Farmers Market. The University of Wisconsin-Madison Arboretum and the Olbrich Botanical Gardens are two places where fabulous nature is on display. Exotic flowers and plants decorate the edges of the many footpaths, and meditating is wonderful while exploring these gorgeous gardens.

Another fun facet of Madison’s identity is that it is an intellectual hub with many cultural institutions and learning centers. Chazen Museum of Art, Madison Children’s Museum, and Wisconsin Historical Museum are all delightful places to learn a thing or two about the area or gaze upon iconic art. Henry Vilas Zoo has animals from every continent on display, and families seem to love visiting this exciting attraction that ranks among the best in the nation.

Where to Park It

Madison seems to have everything you could possibly need when you rent an RV in the city, and finding an overnight camping space is no exception. Milton KOA, near Lake Koshkonong, is a place to consider, with a refreshing pool, large clubhouse, game room, and four-acre recreation area with things like disc golf and beach volleyball.

Madison KOA is closer to the downtown area, so all of the exciting shops and restaurants are not too far away when you set up camp with the Madison camper rental here. This KOA park offers bicycles to rent which come in handy for area exploration, and there is a pool and a dog park on site. Viking Village Campground is great for events and has a large heated pool. Badgerland Campground is located right outside the city and has a fishing pond, swimming area, playground, and its very own bar.

RV Rentals in Madison, WI

Madison, WI is the perfect spot to start your next road trip.

There are many popular rentals in Madison. Outdoorsy's Madison RV rental marketplace allows renters to choose from rental options from professional RV rental agencies as well as RVs for rent by owner.

RV and Motorhome Rentals Nearby

Nearby to Madison are a number of National, State and Local parks. Travelers can easily rent RVs and motorhomes near Starved Rock State Park, Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore, Effigy Mounds National Monument, Devil's Lake State Park, and Matthiessen State Park.

What's around Madison, WI


Check out local hikes, campgrounds, parks and more!

Local Hiking Trails

Hiking Trail City State
Devil's Lake Loop Baraboo Wisconsin
Gander Mountain Loop Trail Wilmot Wisconsin
Deer Grove Forest Preserve Trails Palatine Illinois
Maquoketa Caves State Park Maquoketa Iowa
Rock Cut State Park Loves Park Illinois
Des Plaines River Trail: Old School County Forest to Des Plaines Libertyville Illinois
Parfrey's Glen Trail Merrimac Wisconsin
Sentinel, Sunset, and Pine Trail Savanna Illinois
John Muir Blue Loop Trail La Grange Wisconsin
Lake Geneva Trail Lake Geneva Wisconsin

Nearby Campgrounds

Kettle Moraine State Forest

campground Dousman, WI
The rugged beauty of the Kettle Moraine State Forest makes Waukesha County a haven for campers. Pull in with an RV for a restful camping trip with the comforts of home, load everything on your back and head to a secluded walk-in site, or bring horses for a frontier-style camp out, complete with tether post and riding trails. RV Accommodations include pull-thru sites, big rig access, 50 amp, electric, clean restrooms and showers. There are a variety of sites, most very secluded and private. One of the best areas is the outer loop close to Ottawa Lake. Though the lake is small, it has a clean, sandy beach and dogs are allowed to swim at one end of the lake. Several sites are actually on the lake. However, these sites are all on a steep embankment and none of them has electricity. The park's electric sites are currently a mix of 30A and 50A. Kettle Moraine State Forest has numerous hiking trails to enjoy.

River Bend RV Resort

campground Watertown, WI
Less than an hour?s drive west of Waukesha takes you past a scenic display of lakes, rivers, and granite rocks to the River Bend RV Resort. This exciting, bustling venue has plenty to keep everyone busy, and earns the title ?resort? with on-site recreational options that include a waterpark, fish ponds, a lodge, community center, a gift shop, and a bar and grill, just to name a few. There are events every weekend that follow a certain theme and include music, dancing, and other community activities. Boating enthusiasts can rent canoes here and explore the freshwater lakes and rivers of inland Wisconsin, and the site itself gives guests access to the Craw Fish River. The RV park has rates to accommodate visitors who want to stay for just a night or spend a whole season, and recommends that you book well in advance as this is a popular spot that fills up quickly.

Lakeview Campground and Bar

campground Milton, WI
If ever there was a reason to pack up that RV and head on down to Wisconsin, then the Lakeview Campground and Bar in Janesville is it. This is the ideal site to hookup that RV and relax, as the amenities on the property will hardly require you to set foot out of the park at all. The property has 91 sites, and each site is a pull-through, which allows easy access. Each site includes a fire pit and picnic table to make those camp dinners feel a little more authentic. The sites include sewer and metered electricity, and those furry friends are welcome as long as they remain on a leash. Possibly one of the best features of the campground, is the stunning view of Lake Koshkonong, which provides a wonderful time for boating enthusiasts. The premises also features a bar and grill which has a relaxing view of the lake.

Madison KOA

campground DeForest, WI
Madison has developed a well-deserved reputation for being one of the coolest and hippest small cities in the United States. It doesn?t hurt that the surrounding Wisconsin countryside is full of scenic beauty. Madison KOA provides a conveniently located full-hookup, pull thru site for their guests. Ready to relax and spend a few days visiting southern Wisconsin's many attractions? Whatever the reason, you'll always find a warm welcome at Madison KOA. Kids enjoy the playground, and pets have their own K9 park for exercise. The friendly staff can direct you to eating establishments and help you find plenty of things to see and do. If you need auto/RV repairs, the staff can put you in contact with nearby repair facilities. Madison has a large number of attractions ranging from Capitol Square to the numerous breweries and wineries. Back at KOA, you can play a yard game, take a dip in the heated pool, toss horseshoes or relax by a campfire. Pool: Memorial Weekend - Labor Day Weekend. Max pull thru: 80 feet. Your hosts: Arnold & Terri Bernatchy.

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