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|How-Dea Service Center|
This is a truck stop right off I-43 (exit 32) between Milwaukee and Sheboygan with a big parking lot where RVers may spend the night. Like most truck stops it can be noisy. There’s BP gas, a restaurant and all the regular truck stop amenities. To avoid truck noise it’s probably best to stay around the edge of the parking lot. The address is 178 N Royal Ave.
Black River Falls, Wisconsin
RVers may dry camp in the parking lot off Whitehawk Road on the east side of the casino. Trucks park here, too, so maybe a little noisy. From I-94 take exit 161 and go east on state route 54 about three miles. The address is W9010 Hwy 54 East, Black River Falls.
|Boaz Community Park|
This is a small park a half mile south of U.S. Highway 14 on Wisconsin State Highway 171. A sign at entrance to parking area south of building states "Camping allowed in upper end of park only." It is a large grass area big enough for any rig. The sign also states "No hook ups to electricity without permission" and "no open fires" and "Questions 608-536-3455, 608-536-3865, 608-536-3446" Latest reported fees: $5 dry camp or $10 with electricity.
|Mondovi Tourist Park|
This is a pleasant place to camp about 1/2 mile off of state highway 10 and less than a mile south of downtown. Six campsites have electric and water hookups. Payment is on the honor system, $10 a night or $60 for seven nights. Easy access, nice and clean. RV waste dumping available at the Mondovi Treatment Plant M-F 8am-3pm. Located in a wooded (oak) area.