Lakeland Camping Resort

Address: 2803 E State Road 59, Milton, Wisconsin, 53563-9625, United States | Campground
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This campground is located on 2803 E State Road 59, Milton.
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          A travel blog entry by jenny.rule on Aug 16, 2015

          3 comments, 5 photos

          ... Art, all types, intentionally not judging their worth, buying the good and the bad both- not knowing or maybe not caring about its value at the time. They displayed them all; the good next to the bad; and let their customers decide. Maybe I was just road weary, but I could have stayed there a while and walked around like it was a museum or gallery; looking at all that was good and bad about the American West and ...

          Day 2-long drive ahead

          A travel blog entry by johnnotless on Sep 07, 2013

          5 photos

          ... laid out.

          Started to let the pups move around some today while we were driving. On day one they stayed belted into their harnesses in the seat belts, but today we let them move about some. Buddy decided he wanted to be the co-pilot for a while, usurping Sara's spot in the navigator's seat!

          We changed time zones today about 2:30, moving back to Central Time. As we hit Chicago the temps had gone up to about 84 degrees as we began to ...

          Milton, Wisconsin

          A travel blog entry by cathyjanu on Sep 03, 2013

          2 comments, 1 photo

          ... it about Ohio and the clouds?

          We are heading West on I90 all the way to Wyoming. This is the same route we took when we went to Alaska last year. We went to Alaska in July, and even though you would think we are seeing the same things again, there are differences. For instance, there is construction where there wasn't any last year, especially around Chicago. And instead of seeing corn fields growing (or not ...

          Final Thoughts on My Trip

          A travel blog entry by keviimis on Jul 29, 2012

          ... to have unlimited power as long as no other administrator stopped them. In addition to this tangled system is 500 years worth of miscellaneous bureaucracy. The university has been existence for over 500 years, which is really impressive in a historic sense. Unfortunately, it also means that the layers of bureaucracy are especially set in stone. I wouldn't be surprised if there was still an office to bring bubonic plague complaints too. I felt ...

          Day 8: Madison/Dells, WI; St Paul/Minneapolis, MN

          A travel blog entry by steffie1112 on Jul 23, 2012

          35 photos

          ... and every store you can possibly think of! I almost didn't want to leave! But I had to start making my way back home. I had driven from Virginia, through Ohio, up through Michigan and the UP, over to Wisconsin, then to Minnesota all in 8 days!!! I'm a road warrior but I was definitely feeling a little homesick. So I decided to start heading back home. I still had some stops to make on the way. I was so tired that I made it back into Wisconsin but I stopped in Black River Falls to sleep.