Big Bay State Park
Big Bay State Park is on the eastern side of Madeline Island. It is on the opposite side of the ferry landing and includes four miles of Lake Superior Shoreline. Reserve your campsite ahead of time, so you will know that you have a place to park your RV after pulling off the ferry.
Swimming, hiking, fishing, picnicking, and camping are popular in Big Bay State Park. Pack your bug spray, as the mosquitoes can be thick in the warmer months of the year. After a fun day on the beach, you can wander back to your RV for a hot, over-the-fire evening meal.
There is a fee to visit Wisconsin state parks, and it’s charged in addition to your campsite fees. A tip that I would give you is to pack up your groceries before you leave the mainland. Camping supplies and groceries are in limited supply on the island. Are you traveling with a pet? They are allowed and must always be…