Ever wanted to stay in a yurt, glass cabin or vintage cottage? Now you can at these unique vacation spots around the state.
Cold temps and snowy conditions don’t deter these Wisconsin festivals—in fact, chilly weather and having fun in the snow are required.
Make this Mississippi River city your must-stop this fall and winter with plenty of arts and culture to experience, cuisine to taste and even craft brews to toast.
With 15,000 lakes, 84,000 miles of rivers, and the majestic lakes Michigan and Superior shorelines, Wisconsin is the perfect place to cool off and have some summer fun with the kids. These family-friendly attractions offer relaxation, recreation and opportunities to make memories.
Creativity thrives all year long across Wisconsin, but somehow, it’s at its most inspiring in the peak of summer.
Vintage shopping is an activity that has its own magic—the thrill of the hunt, scoring one-of-a-kind finds and exploring shops and markets that are as far from big-box as you can get. Wisconsin holds many antique shopping gems, along with vintage-inspired inns and restaurants to turn it into a weekend to soak up the past.
On the state’s Ice Age National Scenic Trail, hikers can customize their trail experience in a variety of ways.
Indulge in a fun-filled jaunt to the scenic Lake Michigan communities Sheboygan and Kohler for killer views, eats and things to see.
22 ways to savor the season, from pumpkin patch adventuring to art tour viewing to craft cocktail sipping. Get out and explore!