Since 1998, Wisconsin golf courses have hosted seven United States Golf Association championships, and will now play host to the PGA Ryder Cup.
There’s plenty of winter fun to be had in southwestern Wisconsin—here are five unique activities to put on your calendar.
In winter, there’s always a “flurry” of activities to do. Head outside to enjoy some of the best outdoor experiences the Northwoods has to offer.
Time to hit the road and start roaming through autumn’s glory. Here are a few places for your scenic drives when color coverage gets up over 70%!
Fall is a gentler, slower time in the Northwoods. There’s no better time to be here to enjoy these great al fresco activities.
Wisconsin in winter has a “flurry” of activity. Welcome the snow and head out to enjoy some of the best outdoor experiences the state has to offer.
Paddling is one of the most enjoyable ways to experience Wisconsin’s waters. Here are five spots for beginners to give it a try in Wisconsin.
Get out and have some family fun on these easy, kid-approved paths and hiking trails throughout the state.
Bundle up and head out on foot to one of these parks or hiking trails, where you can decompress and chill out (literally!).