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Although Milwaukee camping near water is almost always a priority, regulations now generally prohibit setting up your tent right next to it. Many parks and forests throughout the country either request or require that campsites be no closer than 100-200 feet from lakes, streams, and other water sources.

If the terrain is rough or steep, it’s possible that at times you may not be able to find a suitable campsite anywhere near a water source. A wilderness trip can also involve crossing a dry region which has no dependable water sources at all, requiring that you transport water for part or all of the trip.

Guidebooks will sometimes offer advice about recommended places to camp in addition to designated campsites. Information about the availability of water and where to find it is essential. This can also be gleaned from a good map.

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Bibliography Hamilton, Elizabeth. William’s Mary. New York: Taplinger, 1972. Hoake, Dale, and Mordechai Feingold eds. Milwaukee Map The World of William and Mary. Stanford: Stanford University Press, 1996. Robb, Nesca. William of Orange: A Personal Portrait. New York: St. Martins, 1962. Williams, Roger (c. 16021683) Roger Williams’s views on the separation of church and state and his fair dealings with Native Countrys have ensured his place among the most forward-thinking people of his age. Williams based his life upon his religion as he understood it, and his politics and philosophy were subsumed by passionate faith. Biographers, most notably George Bancroft, tend to emphasize the aspects of his beliefs that modern readers find agreeable. But Williams’s life was more complex than his legend or these writings let on. Roger Williams was born in between 1602 and 1606 in Smithfield, England, a bustling commercial area on the northwestern side of London. From an early age, religion was the most important thing in his life. Though the precise date is unknown, Williams experienced a life-changing conversion early in life. Separatist sentiment was strong in and around Smithfield, and it is not surprising that Williams latched on to a particularly strong version of Separatist faith.

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