Wisconsin - Milwaukee
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Wisconsin - Milwaukee
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The best campervan rentals near Milwaukee, WI

Come explore Milwaukee! You can do it easily with a campervan rental. With its rich German heritage, there is no better place to visit for some delicious beer and food than in Milwaukee.

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2015 Ford Transit "Rover Van"

Ford Transit Long (148" WB)

Low-Top in Glenview

Sleeps4
Seats4
100%
$190/ night
Glamper
GoRoameo Mobile Travel Suite Chicago, IL

Dodge Ram Promaster (159" WB)

High Top in Chicago

Sleeps2
Seats2
100%
$251/ night

Take in the culture and natural beauty of Milwaukee, a city known for its beaches on Lake Michigan where three rivers converge. Claimed to be one of America's coolest cities with many walking streets that are full of character, visitors can spend their time visiting unique areas like Bay View or Brady Street while viewing gorgeous views along the shores year-round at an affordable rate.


Milwaukee's neighborhoods and historic areas are the best places to learn about its past, present culture. You'll find German food on Old World Third Street with shops like cheese stores, a spice market, sausage markets as well as Mader’s restaurant serving 100-year old traditional cuisine for people who love their history in Milwaukee.



Visit the numerous exhibits and dioramas at the Milwaukee Public Museum, the state's biggest natural history museum. Here you will find sites that portray everything from Africa to Old Milwaukee streets. Discover more about astronomy, zoology, geology, and other cultures as well. At the Harley-Davidson Museum, you may explore the Design Lab or climb aboard a bike as a ripping video depicts your ride. There is fun for the whole family.

Milwaukee Fun Facts

The world’s largest dinosaur head is housed in the Milwaukee Public Museum.

The United States Navy has named five ships after Milwaukee, including the USS Milwaukee.

The word “Milwaukee’’ could be derived from the Potawatomi language minwaking or the Ojibwe language ominowaking, which both mean ”gathering place (by the water).’’

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