There’s a certain community that flourishes within the grill smoke of a campground. Kids shout as they toss footballs among the trees. Old friends reconnect under starry skies. Spend even one night at the 24 campgrounds we’ve identified as the Midwest’s best, and you start to see the appeal. Keeping in mind the popularity of RVs, we researched hundreds of RV campgrounds in the region, visited dozens and interviewed avid campers in all 12 states. We picked our favorites in categories for scenery and for amenities—then crowned 5 “supercampgrounds” that have an amazing combination of both, including Hayward KOA in Hayward, Wisconsin (pictured). Click ahead to see our picks!
Simply the best: 5 “supercampgrounds”
These campgrounds scored big for the ultimate combo of creature comforts and unbeatable views. Click to the next slides for details on each.
• Hayward KOA in Hayward, Wisconsin
• Brown County State Park in Indiana
• Indiana Dunes State Park in Chesterton, Indiana
• Eugene T. Mahoney State Park in Ashland, Nebraska
• Sibley State Park Campground in New London, Minnesota
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