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Perhaps best known for cheese, Wisconsin offers so much more to the vacationers delight. For the adventurous, whitewater rafting and charter fishing. For the playful, music and food fests, water parks and cheese, wine and brewery tours. Competitive spirits will enjoy a round of golf. Those who want to learn a bit on vacation can explore museum exhibits and historic sties. Plus, wildlife preserves, waterfalls, state parks and bike trails are plentiful.

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The Dells

For family friendly fun, nothing beats Wisconsin Dells! The attractions now numbers close to 100, so there's no shortage of things to do here. Of course there are waterparks, the Dells is famous for them. You can also ride a roller coaster, race a go-kart, or get spooked at a haunted house. The animal lover will want to visit the petting zoos, horse stables, deer park and crane sanctuary. Mom and Dad can try their luck at the casino, or play a round of golf. Make sure to take time for a scenic tour, too. You can view this beautiful area on a river tour by amphibious vehicles called DUCKs or by a river boat or jet boat or hop on a horse or get seated in a horse-drawn wagon to explore narrow canyons. You can even ride the rails on a historic steam-powered train. Let’s not forget the winter activities, with downhill skiing, snow tubing, ice skating, cross country skiing, snowshoeing, snowmobiling and ice fishing.


Dining choices range from simple fare to exquisite meals with something for every taste and budget, but everyone should try a traditional Door County fish boil at one of the restaurants featuring this specialty. Fresh whitefish from Lake Michigan is boiled with onions and potatoes in a big kettle over an open wood fire, with a dramatic “boil over” sending flames soaring into the air, signaling that dinner is ready. Afterwards, fresh cherry pie is always the dessert of choice.

(Adapted from the Door County Official Visitors Guide 2009.)


Be sure to savor the subtleties of hunting for treasures in one-of-a-kind shops, galleries, markets, museums, and lighthouses. Revel in the tranquility of a scenic shorefront stroll or soak in a sunset to recharge your soul. Let thousands of acres of nature and the naturally inspired gathering places of the county fill you with t heir peaceful sounds, sights and smells as you explore the Door.

(Adapted from the Door County Official Visitors Guide 2009.)


Drive some of the scenic highways of Wisconsin during autumn. Fall foliage doesn't get much better. For a free guide to the best spots for admiring the season, contact the state tourist board.

Consider visiting one of the National Football League preseason training camps in Wisconsin. The Green Bay Packers train in Green Bay, but a few other teams also hold preseason workouts in the state.


Wisconsin has four distinct seasons, with warm summers and cold winters. Expect temperatures from the mid 50s to low 80s F/11-27 C in summer, with moderately high humidity and occasional days in the 90s F/32-34 C. June and July are the wettest of the warmer months, with some thunderstorms. The fall foliage is beautiful throughout the wooded areas of the state.

Some people go to Wisconsin during the winter to enjoy good skiing (cross-country and downhill), snowmobiling and other winter sports. The first snow usually falls early in November in the north, in December in the south. Snow accumulations vary, with annual averages being anywhere from 30 to 100 in/100 to 300 cm. Temperatures can be very cold, with occasional readings below -30 F/-34 C. Daily winter temperatures are generally -1 to 27 F/-18 to -2 C in the north and 3 to 30 F/-15 to -1 C in the south and along Lake Michigan. That's before the wind-chill factor.


Major domestic airlines and their affiliated regional carriers serve the state's major airport, Milwaukee's General Mitchell International (MKE), which is 5-mi/8 km south of downtown.


Major rental car agencies maintain branches at the airport.


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