GREEN BAY, WI – 2021 has been an amazing year. Yes, it started off a little rough when my RV roof blew off and for awhile I thought I was done with camping. However, thanks to the internet, YouTube and a little exploration, I discovered “Car-Camping” and I have loved it!

Now one of the things I do at the end of every year with my RV, is share some of my top spots for the year. It’s just a little recap of some of the places and why I loved spending time there.

With me doing a lot of car camping this year, I decided to do a special list, just for car camping spots.

So here are my “Top Car Camping Spots for 2021!”:

#5… “DEVIL’S LAKE STATE PARK”…

Here is the 411 on the trip: 

  • I was scheduled to stay there 3 nights, where after taxes it worked out to be $37.58 per night… But because of the roof I only stayed 1 night.
  • I stayed in site #50… And the bathrooms and water were not available

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#4… “POTAWATOMI CARTER CASINO”…

Here is the 411 on the trip: 

  • I stayed there 1 night,  had it reserved for 2, but ended up leaving early, so the cost was free!
  • I stayed in site #5… It was easy to get into, a pull through with electric and a trash can outside.
  • Cell service was strong for me in the area. I have AT&T.
  • There are about 23 overall sites to park
  • There is a dump station available and potable water.

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#3… “CALUMET COUNTY PARK”…

Here is the 411 on the trip: 

  • I stayed there 2 nights… with taxes and a booking fee it was $30.32 a night or $60.64 for both nights
  • I stayed in site #7… It was easy to get into. There is space between the the sites, not a lot but you at least don’t feel like you’re jammed in together
  • Cell service was strong for me in the area. I have AT&T.
  • SOME of the RVers were loud early in the evening
  • There is a dump station that costs $3.00 even if you’re staying at the park

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#2… “RIVER PARK CAMPGROUND”…

Here is the 411 on the trip: 

  • I stayed there 2 nights… Bring cash or checks, they do not accept credit cards and my total cost was about $75.00
  • I stayed in site #15… It was easy to get into, a pull through with full hook-ups
  • Cell service was strong for me in the area. I have AT&T.
  • There are about 54 overall sites to park an additional 4 electric only and some overflow spots
  • I there is a dump station for guests

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#1… “OCONTO COUNTY PARK”…

Here is the 411 on the trip: 

  • I stayed there 2 nights, where after taxes it worked out to be $32.50 per night
  • I stayed in site #25… It was easy to get into. Paved and had both water & electric
  • Cell service was strong for me in the area. I have AT&T.
  • There is a mixture of dry camping, electric & water sites as well as just electric sites.
  • There is a bathhouse with showers, dump station, boat launch, 2 playground areas, a basketball court, but no real hiking.
  • I booked online through the county site and there is a $5.00 booking fee

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All of these parks are places I think you’ll enjoy! Are there any cool spots you hit up in your car this year? Let me know in the comments below!

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