Wisconsin Vacations

Jean Nicolet sat paddling in his canoe as it traversed the Great Lakes, landing him somewhere near Red Banks in modern-day Wisconsin. It’s 1634 and the French explorer’s voyage marks the first European visit to the area. Centuries later, a nearby city becomes famous for winning great battles... on the football field, as the Green Bay Packers work ... Read more
their magic at Lambeau Field for a stadium full of “cheeseheads.” Bordered by the Montreal River, as well as Lakes Superior and Michigan, Wisconsin provides the perfect setting for adventurers interested in water sports from fishing to jet skiing. Within its industrialized cities, old factories and railroad stations share the space with modern restaurants and shops. Annual festivals celebrate local ethnicities like Polish Fest and Norwegian Constitution Day, proving that the state renowned for cheese and football certainly has loads more to offer.
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Wisconsin enjoys four distinct seasons, each offering its own perks depending on what you want to do. Summer is the most popular time of the year to visit since the 60-70 (15-21) weather is ideal for fishing, ... Read more
boating, camping and other outdoor activities. However, summers can be rainy, so be sure to bring waterproof gear. Despite brutally cold weather, Wisconsin’s winter months also attract a flood of visitors to the mountains for skiing, snowboarding and other winter sports. Keep in mind that small towns will book up fast around popular festivals like the American Birkebeiner. To enjoy the state’s most beautiful weather, head to Wisconsin in the fall or late spring.

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Schenectady, New York State, USA

Wisconsin is a state with lots diversity of outdoor activities. The home of the Green Bay Packers Football Team to the Door country. with access two Great Lakes of Superior and Lake Michigan.

Recommended for:Adventure TravelersBudget TravelersHistory BuffsOutdoor Enthusiasts
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Wisconsins beauty is shown through all four seasons that are experienced. If you can handle the extremes of all 4 seasons Wisconsin is your place to live.

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Appleton, Wisconsin

So much to do, so much to see. Love my home state!!!

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Los Angeles, California

Pretty state!

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Portland, Oregon

Its right next to the state I grew up in so its ok

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LOVE WISCONSIN! living here is awesome !

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Mukwonago, Wisconsin
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