Local Attractions

Exciting Local Attractions

Ahnapee State Trail

Come and ride the beautiful Ahnapee State Trail, rail grade bicycle and hiking trail and see the water, marshland, deer, birds and historical railway trestles along the way. The bike trail is well groomed and easy to ride for all ages and goes for miles. Spend a weekend exploring our area. We have a beautiful harbor with two marinas, tugboat tours and the largest working grandfather clock in the United States.

At the end of your journey, stop at the Kewaunee Custard for the undeniable best custard in the state. Pack up the family, bring your bicycle and come and stay with us to explore our piece of history on Lake Michigan. Visit Kewaunee RV & Campground today!

The Attractions You Can't Miss

Kewaunee area:
Bruemmer Park & County Zoo
Historical Jail Museum
Marquette Historic District
Besadny Anadromous Fisheries Facility
Marshland Nature Walk
Trout Festival (3rd weekend in July)
Art Galleries & Nautical Museum
Tug Ludington Tours (WWII Tugboat)
Ahnapee State Trail
Local area:
Charter Fishing - Record Salmon & Trout
Boat Launching / Marine Facilities
Kewaunee & Algoma City Beaches & Parks
Area Craft, Gift & Antique Shops
Cheese Factories
Fine Dining
Kewaunee County Fair (1st week in August)
Shanty Days Festival (Algoma – 2nd week in August)
Within 45 Minutes
Door County Peninsula:
Peninsula Players – Summer Stock Theatre
Peninsula Music Festival
Sand Dunes
Cherry & Apple Orchards
Door County Maritime Museum
Green Bay area:
Packer Hall of Fame / Lambeau Field
Packer Training Camp (June – August)
Bay Beach Amusement Park
Heritage Hill – Living History Museum
Rail America, Nation Railroad Museum
Wildlife Sanctuary
Neville Museum
N.E.W. Zoo
Oneida Enterprises (Bingo & Casino)
Manitowoc - Two Rivers:
Maritime Museum & Submarine Tours
Wisconsin – Michigan Car Ferry Service
Ahnapee State Trail
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"Big rig friendly... The campground, men and women showers, laundry area, and office looks very clean. Can't wait to get back."

John F.
Good Sam Club
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