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Your Wisconsin RV Road Trip

Warm weather means it’s time to explore new places. And in Wisconsin, the list of things to do can keep you busy for days on end. And if you have an RV then getting to the plethora of interesting venues is even easier. But before you head out, be sure your RV is up for the trip(s).

You can ensure your RV is prepped and primed by doing a thorough inspection of all the moving parts. And while you are at it, don’t forget to check all fluids and see that they are at the proper levels. If you need to add fluids or oil, your local AMSOIL dealer, The House of Syn will have everything you need.

Wisconsin Attractions you Shouldn’t Miss

RV3Wisconsin Dells

Home to the very first indoor waterpark, as well numerous outdoor ones, Wisconsin Dells is known as the Waterpark Capital of the World. The area is home to America’s largest waterpark, Noah’s Ark so come ready to get wet and make awesome memories.

Harley-Davidson Museum

If you are heading to the big city, then be sure that Milwaukee’s Harley-Davidson Museum is on the itinerary. Home to over 400 motorcycles, memorabilia, and a design lab, this is a place sure to excite even the newest of motorcycle enthusiasts.

Olbrich Botanical

There are 16 acres of gardens with sculptures, flowers, waterfalls and more decorating it’s pathways. If you love plants, birds and all things gardening, this is a must-see location!

Circus World Museum

Located in Baraboo, this museum has constantly changing exhibits, live programs, the Siemor Bros. Miniature Circus and 30 permanent structures. You will also find circus memorabilia, a train shed complex, and many other elements related to circus life.

Cave of the Mounds National Landmark

Looking for something unique? Then this is the place. Discovered in 1939, the Cave of the Mounds offers underground hiking where you will see stalactites, stalagmites, columns, fossils, and more. Above ground there are biking and walking trails, a fossil dig, or the beautiful butterfly garden.

National Railroad Museum

In Green Bay you will find many great activities but be sure you don’t overlook the Railroad Museum. Best known for the Eisenhower collection, the museum is also home to an 80-foot observation tower, a train designed to look like Thomas the Tank Engine and hosts haunted train rides in October.

Summertime is just around the corner. It’s time to explore the great activities Wisconsin has to offer. Be it museums, gardens, waterparks, or some other venue you are sure to have fun. So, load up, and head out down the road. Who knows what RV adventures await?