No matter why you seek epic thrills, Wisconsin has an adventure for you. Here are nine to try with the little ones, each with a thrill rating ranging from 1 (mild) to 10 (wild).
Since 1998, Wisconsin golf courses have hosted seven United States Golf Association championships, and will now play host to the PGA Ryder Cup.
The small town of West Bend, 40 minutes north of Milwaukee — named for being on the Milwaukee River’s westward bend — is quickly becoming an artsy hub.
June 3 is National Running Day! If you like to pound the pavement, here are some lovely options around the city to hit the ground running on.
Take in a dose of arts and culture while at home by “visiting” these stellar art spaces that showcase works from around the world and provide a bit of escape from your living room couch.
Midway between Milwaukee and Door counties and hugging Lake Michigan for a 30-mile stretch is Manitowoc County, home to the new Wisconsin Coastal Food Trail.
Fondly referred to as the “Fox Cities,” Appleton and Oshkosh lie a stone’s throw from Green Bay and reside along the Fox River.