This summer, if you and your family plan on taking the RV throughout the state of Wisconsin, there are a handful of roadside attractions that just cannot be missed. Give your family a little added bonus by stopping at these “one of a kind” attractions on your way to a Jellystone Park™ RV Campground.
FAST: Fiberglass Statue Mold Yard
If you’ve ever driven by a giant statue of Bob’s Big Boy, or other plaster replica, you might have wondered where it came from or who made it. All the answers to your questions can be found at the FAST fiberglass statue mold yard. Here you will be able to see molds and replicas of some of the most famous icons and roadside attractions in the country. It’s like visiting 10 roadside attractions in one! Located in Sparta, WI you’re likely to pass by it on the road to the RV Campground in Warrens Wisconsin. Make sure you pull the RV over, let the family stretch their legs, and be amazed by the hundreds of giant models you can view.
Top Secret: Upside Down White House
It’s not every day that you can get to see what the White House would look like, let alone if it were upside down, but if you’re on your way to our Wisconsin Dells RV Campground, you’re in for a treat. Every detail of the President’s home has been replicated — and then turned upside down! Your tour guide will lead you through the rooms and answer any questions you and your family might have. This is a great way to kickoff your Wisconsin Family Camping Trip.
Sometimes Halfway is More than Enough
There are very few places in the world that can lay claim to what the small town of Poniatowski, Wisconsin can. This small city has the distinction of being only one of four places in the entire world that is marked as a “Halfway point of the Earth’s Hemisphere.” But this small town has another claim to fame. It is labeled as the “Exact Center of the Northern Half of the Western Hemisphere” and it is conveniently located on the road to our Jellystone Park RV Campground in Fremont, WI. Anything worth doing all the way is worth doing halfway when you visit Poniatowski. Take pictures and commemorate the time when you and your family were at the exact center of a major geographical line.