Small RV Travel Fun In Wisconsin

Visitors to Wisconsin with their small RV might want to visit the Wisconsin Dells which is the water park capitol of the world. The area features the largest outdoor water park in the United States known as Noah's Ark. This park is built on seventy acres of fun for those traveling in a small RV. The park features the longest water coaster in the United States which is named the Black Anaconda. The park also features the largest bowl ride in the world named Time Warp. The Travel Channel also named The Conqueror as the top thrill ride in the country.
Visitors will also want to visit the largest indoor water park which is called Wilderness Territory also located at the Wisconsin Dells. Actually there are three indoor water parks located there. They are the Klondike Kavern, the Wild West and the Wild WaterDome. Together the facilities have 205,000 feet of water fun. Included is an area for family raft races. What could be more fun than a raft race when it is cold outside? Possibly the water bumper boats available at the Wild West or the answer could possibly be the other two outdoor water parks. The company also offers carriage rides, a mini golf area and a go cart area. The company has recently just opened a zip line at this location. Those with a small RV will be glad to know that there is a campground right on the site.

Guests will also enjoy boat tours, 18 hole golf courses, horseback riding and a casino. From May to September guests will delight at the skill of the skiers at the Tommy Bartlett's Show. This is a choreographed routine done on water skis. Visitors will also be amazed at the Exploratory which contains 150 science exhibits. Many of these exhibits are interactive family fun. Featured at the Exploratory is the Russian space station Mir. Guests will also want to make sure and visit the Ripley's museum which features many items that will only be seen at this location. When it is warm outside guests can also take boat tours and dinner cruises.

Visitors to the Wisconsin Dells will be sure to have much to do. They will enjoy the shows, museums and water parks. They can also enjoy carriage rides and playing golf. Now that sounds like a great way to spend a vacation in Wisconsin to me.