Skip to content

Lambeau Field, Farmer’s Market and a Green Dinosaur

June 8-14, 2018 — Our week started in Green Bay, Wisconsin and ended just across the WI/MN border in Woodbury, Minnesota. We spent three days in Green Bay, two in central Wisconsin and the remaining two days in Minnesota. All nights were boondocking with stays at a casino and at the homes of friends and family. The trek between Green Bay and Woodbury takes us completely across the state of Wisconsin east to west. Soon we will be doing the trip west to east and then back again by early July. We will know every bump and curve on the route by the time we are done. 

Mile Driven – RV

Miles Driven – Car

There’s a rebel in every family. 

Free boondocking at Onieda Casino in Green Bay, Wisconsin. The casino also offers sites with electricity for $15 a night. It’s a great place to park if you don’t mind the early morning plane traffic noise from the nearby airport.  

Saturday Farmer’s Market in Green Bay, Wisconsin. Good produce, bakery, and cheese. Lots of free samples, food vendors and musical entertainment. Easily our favorite farmer’s market in Wisconsin. 

The Green Bay Farmer’s Market provides carts for customers to haul their purchases while shopping. Very nice! Free parking is readily available on nearby streets, parking lots and garages. 

Support OORRV. Become a Harvest Host member today and save 10%!

Harvest Hosts is a network of wineries, farms and attractions that invite self-contained RVers to visit and stay overnight. Since starting our journey we have enjoyed the hospitality of many of these locations.

 Receive a 10% discount by using Off Our Rocker RV as a referral and we also are rewarded as an affiliate.

Every referral helps support this blog. For more details click here.

#80 Donald Driver. A 22 foot tall statue dedicated to the Green Bay Packer wide receiver leaping for a pass in front of the Titletown Brewery in downtown Green Bay, Wisconsin. Driver played 14 years for the Packers and is the teams all-time leading receiver and a Super Bowl Champion. Go Pack Go!

One of many Green Bay Packer statues on the Heritage Trail in Green Bay, Wisconsin. This one depicts a young girl seeking an autograph from Packer legend Bart Starr.

“The First Northern Loggers” sculpture located at Bank Mutual in downtown Green Bay, Wisconsin. Created by artist Lyndon Fayne Pomeroy of Billings, Montana, the sculpture was commissioned by First Northern Savings and Loan Association (now Bank Mutual) as a gift to the people of northeastern Wisconsin. 

Draw bridge over Sturgeon Bay between Green Bay and Lake Michigan. 

weBoost Drive 4G-X RV Cell Phone Signal Booster

Travel and live wherever you want without worrying about cellular connectivity with the Drive 4G-X RV Signal Booster from weBoost! The weBoost Drive 4G-X RV Signal Booster is specially created to enhance signal coverage inside your camper, truck, or mobile home.

Every purchase helps support this blog.

Door Peninsula Winery in Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin. Our first stop on a day trip in Door County. See the rest of our itinerary here

Cave Point County Park in Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin along Lake Michigan. See more on the park here

Dino the dinosaur statue sits at the corner of Lombardi and Ashland Avenues in Green Bay, Wisconsin. It originated when the site previously was a Sinclair gas station and is now fittingly named the Dino Stop Shell station. 

No trip to Green Bay, Wisconsin is complete without a trip to Lambeau Field. 

Renogy 200 Watt 12 Volt Solar Starter Kit

This kit includes our 40A MPPT charge controller which uses Maximum Power Point Tracking technology, transferring power up to 30% more efficiently than PWM charge controllers

With a Renogy 200W Monocrystalline Starter Kit MPPT, you won’t have to wonder about whether you’re getting the most out of your system.

Every purchase helps support this blog.

A common sight in central Wisconsin. We were heading west on Highway 29 in route to Woodbury, Minnesota. 

We are always looking to improving our motorhome to make it more functional for our needs. Here we added a pull out drawer to the closet. It is raised up to provide shelf storage underneath the drawer. We used heavy duty drawer slides so the drawer can hold considerable weight. Currently we are using it as additional pantry space for items such as canned goods and aluminum foil rolls. 

Another week of fun is now behind us. Some weeks it seems like we don’t do much for activities but then we look back at the weeks’ photos and that tells a different story. The key to successful full-time travel is maintaining a good balance between doing activities and having downtime to relax and unwind. We need days where we stay at home and do quiet activities like reading or researching where we want to go next. Speaking of next, stay tuned for our the next adventure episode where we spend time in Minnesota and central Wisconsin. See you then!