Welcome Center for Wisconsin | Informal Campsite

United States

Details

Verified:
about 2 months ago
Altitude:
166.1 masl
Website:
None
Contributor:
safety1127

Amenities

Electricity:
No
Wifi:
Unknown
Kitchen:
No
Restaurant:
No
Showers:
No
Water:
Potable
Toilets:
Running Water
Big Rig Friendly:
Yes
Tent Friendly:
No
Pet Friendly:
Yes

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Description

Welcome center parking lot. Good for the night, they have toilets and bathrooms in the welcome center off the highway. I couldn’t find the wifi network.

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There is a sign at the entrance that says no overnight camping. I’m sure you could if you went on the truck side, but we just cooked dinner here and moved on.

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stayed the night in a small converted van. nice bathrooms open all night with water bottle filler fountains. quiet lot that has car area sectioned off from where the trucks are which was nice. had no issues staying and not a lot of noise at all. drove by the Minnesota welcome center and I think I would prefer the winsconsin one.
the turn around to go west only took like 3 minutes total, so no problemo for small rigs.

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We just crossed in the morning into Wisconsin, 3 RVers from Canada and pulled into this Wisconsin so-called welcome centre. We planned to unload our bikes and visit La Crosse and the vicinity. A service man told us we could not unload the bikes. We asked why since there is no sign saying that we can't park for a few hours. We asked to speak to a higher up responsable person, which he did. The supervisor on the phone was friendly enough to warn us that if we leave our motorhome for more than 10 minutes, we will find when we return that they have been towed. With such a welcome, we returned to Minnesota and we will head north on the west side of the Mississippi. Do not stop here and leave your RV there for more than 10 minutes to avoid the risk of being towed.

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Couldn’t have picked a better place for my first night of boondocking. Stayed on a quiet Tuesday night.

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Nice rest area. East bound access. Quiet and clean. No signs saying you cannot stay for the night.

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As described, no west bound access but we flipped around to stay here because the MN welcome center was tiny with bright lights.

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Awesome spot. The WiFi didn’t work for me though. Had to head to Walmart in the morning.

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It’s one of the nicest rest stop/welcome center. Very clean restroom, it also has a water station to fill your bottle. Good place to stay over night, it’s away from the freeway. Make sure you have bug spray if you’re arriving at night to stay overnight , big mosquitoes that won’t leave you alone. Free WiFi check out the photo I uploaded for password

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As described. There is no access from the westbound highway.

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One of the best rest stops I have been to. Parking is away from the interstate so minimal noise. Indoor restrooms and info. Area to walk around. Stayed 1 night.

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Welcome center parking lot. Good for the night, they have toilets and bathrooms in the welcome center off the highway.

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