RV Rental in Milwaukee, WI
On your next trip, bring along the comforts of home in one of our Milwaukee RV rentals from Cruise America. Enjoy the great outdoors at one of the city’s scenic parks. Start your engine at the new Harley-Davidson Museum. Explore the water in a boat tour, or rent your own boat. Experience the local and national art scene at the Milwaukee Art Museum. Catch a game at one of the city’s sporting arenas. Camp, fish and relax on the lake. Take a leisurely bike ride along Lake Michigan's Oak Leaf Trail, where you will find over a hundred miles of paved off-road bike paths, parkways and connecting streets. And for overnight accommodations, there are beautiful RV parks for your rental motorhome all around the area.
If you'd like to venture out for some sightseeing, consider doing some lighthouse chasing. Your Cruise America motorhome is just the ticket for a sightseeing tour of the lighthouses in the area.
You can kick off your trip by starting at the North Point Lighthouse right in Milwaukee. This beautiful 1877 gem has been recently restored. It's hidden in the beautiful trees of Lake Park.
From Lake Park you can drive along the lake past the art museum and you will find the new Lakeshore State Park on the harbor. Here you will find the Breakwater Light, built in 1926.
Travel south on Wisconsin 32 to the north edge of Racine. Go east on Three Mile Road and you will find the Wind Point Lighthouse. This classic Poe tower is one of the tallest lighthouses on the Great Lakes. While in Racine, take Lighthouse Drive to North Main Street and you will find North Beach. This is a gorgeous stretch of white sand adorned with a wooden castle playground for the little ones called Kids Cove. You can walk or bike the trail that runs along the beach from the Racine Zoo right into downtown. At the marina entrance downtown, you will find the 1910 breakwater light.
Get back onto Wisconsin 32 and follow the signs to Lake Michigan Circle Tour and then on to Kenosha. This quaint town comes complete with a beautiful white sand beach and playground equipment scattered about. At the end of the long concrete pier that stretches out into the water, you will find the recognizable red cylindrical shape and red color of the 1901 Pierhead Light. On the other side of the pier entrance is a white breakwater light with a green stripe. Up on the hill above Kenosha is the 1866 Southport Lighthouse. It's built of Cream City brick. While in Kenosha, you can take the sight seeing tour on the 50-cent Electric Streetcar Circulator. This streetcar makes a two-mile loop through downtown, as well as the historic districts.
There are a myriad of great little towns to explore along the coast of Lake Michigan. You will never fall short-handed on things to do while traveling in the Badger State. Whatever you do and wherever you go, enjoy the ride in a Milwaukee RV rental from Cruise America!
RV Rentals in Milwaukee, WI
6146 S. Howell Ave.
Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 53207