Waterfalls in Wisconsin are more likely to flow agreeably and splash, not cascade and crash because of modest elevations. Steepness of descent is one difference between a waterfall and rapids.
Many know Wisconsin as the Dairy State, however, few realize that it holds another title — the largest producer of cranberries in the world.
When Wheaton residents Willie and Kathy Beshire wanted to learn how to skate ski last winter, they made a bee-line for Minocqua in the far northern tier.
At Wisconsin wineries, whether your palate screams for white or red, fruity or savory, or dry or sweet, there are plenty of options.
Nestled along the shores of Geneva Lake is the perfect location for your next couples retreat. Here are a few ways to heat things up in Lake Geneva!
Lake Geneva golf is ranked high in the industry, and it’s no wonder why – home to a trio of the finest multi-course properties in the Midwest, among others.
In 2000, a four-state segment of the Great River Road (including Wisconsin’s Highway 35) was designated a national scenic byway, placing it in the company of such iconic byways as Historic Route 66, the Blue Ridge Parkway and the Santa Fe trail.
An easy 10-minute car drive south of downtown is the gateway to Bay View – Milwaukee’s dining and imbibing neighborhood of the moment.
Exact numbers will never be known, but archival records indicate that between 1842-1861 100+ escaped slaves appear to have found freedom by way of Wisconsin.