One of the best ways to celebrate the sights, sounds and smells of autumn is by attending a fall festival. Here are eight within easy driving distance.
From hiking and biking to camping and swimming, Wisconsin’s state parks and forests are gems to be explored.
Fall and winter in the Apostle Islands offers fewer crowds, a slower pace and some unique experiences that can only be had when the temperatures plunge.
There’s plenty of winter fun to be had in southwestern Wisconsin—here are five unique activities to put on your calendar.
Sure, it’s the Waterpark Capital of the World, but there’s plenty of fun to be had at these nostalgic attractions, restaurants and lodges that are tailor-made for vacation memories.
When you live in the Upper Midwest, you’ve got to embrace winter. Wisconsinites have been doing so for well over 150 years.
With more than 90 attractions from which to sample—most of which are not waterparks—you’d have to spend more than a month in Wisconsin Dells to experience them all.