From the warm sand dunes and white beaches of Lake Michigan, across the scented woodsy landscapes and into the scenic treasures of the forest, you’ll find camping Sheboygan County a fun experience for everyone. Of course, if you prefer a few more amenities for your outdoor adventure, we’ve got that, too. RV parks, cabin rentals, camp resorts with pools and even full-service restaurants let you camp Sheboygan County your style.Kohler-Andrae State Park 1020 Park Lane Sheboygan, WI 53081 (920) 451-4080 Located three miles east of I43, on the shores of Lake Michigan, just south of the City of Sheboygan. Approximately one hour from Milwaukee, and three hours from Chicago. Use I43 exit 120. Travel east on County Trunk V into the park.
Words cannot describe the beauty of the 988-acre Kohler-Andrae State Park. Beaches, sand dunes, hiking trails through the woods, bike trails, and did we mention how incredibly scenic it is? Lay on the beach, build sand castles, spy on the natural wildlife, even play a little volleyball or baseball. Each of the 137-units offers a campfire ring, so be prepared to make some smores and tell a few ghost stories. For the kids, the Sanderling Nature Center is open May through October, and the park offers themed hiking programs throughout the season. Pets are allowed, too. And for a more authentic camping experience, rent a tepee for under $40 a night. The kids will love it! For a full list of amenities and reservation information, visit Kohler-Andrae State Park online. Kohler-Andrae is open year round.Broughton Sheboygan Marsh Park (920) 876-2535 Located minutes from Elkhart Lake west of I43. Take exit 126 west on Hwy. 23 toward Plymouth. From Plymouth, take Hwy. 67 north to Elkhart Lake. In Elkhart Lake, take Cty. A west to Cty. J. Continue one mile northwest on Cty. J to the park.
Broughton Sheboygan Marsh Park is 30-acres, with 64 camp sites surrounded by 14,000 acres of natural splendor and bountiful year-round activities for the outdoor enthusiast or even the indoor enthusiast who simply wants to take it easy for a while. The Sheboygan Marsh, Sheboygan River and Sheboygan Lake provide plenty of opportunity for canoe and row boat fun, and you don’t even have to bring your own. Simply rent one for the day. Haul your boat for recreation or fishing adventures, or fish off the piers. And if you’re looking for one of those amazing breathtaking views that puts it all back in perspective, climb the Marsh Tower. At 80 feet, it’s the tallest wooden observation tower in the State of Wisconsin. If you need a break from “roughing it” in the great outdoors, head to the Marsh Lodge for a little rest and relaxation. It’s the park’s full-service restaurant and tavern. Visit Broughton Sheboygan Marsh Park online for camping reservations and more information.Westward Ho Camp Resort, a NASCAR RV Resort N5456 Division Rd. Glenbeulah, WI 53023 (877) 313-0905 From Chicago: I-94 to downtown Milwaukee, then I43 to Hwy. 57 north toward Plymouth, left on Hwy. 23, to Hwy. G, left on Hwy. G, three miles to Hwy. T, then left on Hwy. T. Follow signs. From Green Bay: Hwy. 57 south to Hwy. 23, right on Hwy. 23 to Hwy. G, then left on Hwy. G. Three miles to Hwy. T. Left on Hwy. T. Follow signs. From West Side of Milwaukee: North on Hwy. 41 & 45, then 45 toward West Bend. Stay on 45 to Cty. W. Right on Cty. W. Right on Cty. B. Left on Cty. G. Follow signs. From East Side of Milwaukee: Follow I43 and refer to Chicago directions.
Amenities galore! As a NASCAR RV Resort, Westward Ho boasts basketball and volleyball courts, three heated swimming pools, playgrounds, miniature golf course, horseshoe pits, shuffle board, petting farm, fishing pond, arts & crafts, organized games, evening activities and movies. And of course, weekend parties featuring Sprint Cup races on a giant screen for an all-new NASCAR experience with family-style cookouts, contests and activities. Whatever your camping style, you’ll find it here with cabin rentals as well as camper, tent and RV sites. Visit Westward Ho Camp Resort online for reservations and more information.Plymouth Rock Camping Resort N7271 Lando St. Plymouth, WI 53073 (877) 570-2267 From Milwaukee: Take I43 north. Merge on to WI-57 north toward Plymoutn. Turn left on Cty. J. Turn right on WI-67. Turn right to destination. From Chilton: Take W-57 to WI-67. Turn left on Lando Street to destination. From Green Bay: Take US-151 south. Turn left on to W-67. Turn left to destination. From Madison: Take US 151 north. Turn right on Cty. K. Turn right on Hwy. 23 east. Turn left on to W-67 north. Turn right to destination.
Plymouth Rock Camping Resort offers so many amenities, we can’t even list them all! With 180-acres and 609 sites, it’s all about family fun. The resort boasts three heated pools, two whirlpools, sauna, wading pool, bath house, kayak, canoe, boat and watercraft rentals, bicycle rentals, basketball and volleyball courts, miniature golf, bocce ball, horseshoes, shuffle board, two arcades, an activities center, playgrounds and kids activities–even a masseuse! Of course, if you don’t feel like grilling, there’s a restaurant and live music on most weekends. Cabin rental is available. Visit Plymouth Rock Camping Resort for reservations and more information. Plymouth Rock is located across from the Road America racetrack, site of the 2013 NASCAR Nationwide Series/ARCA, June 20-22.