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Wisconsin

Driving the Ice Age National Scenic Trail
7 months ago

Driving the Ice Age National Scenic Trail

Ice Age National Scenic Trail covers about 1,200 miles across the state of Wisconsin. It follows the meandering edge of the moraine created by the Ice Age. This National Scenic Trail was established in 1980. While you could hike the Trail, this guide provides a driving option that follows the same route, more or less. Going from Potawatomi State Park in the east to Interstate State Park in the west, it offers many trailheads with parking. Read More

Best Destinations to Take a Hot Air Balloon Ride
8 months ago

Best Destinations to Take a Hot Air Balloon Ride

If you’ve never experienced riding in a hot air balloon, you’re really missing out! There’s really no better way to experience the beauty of the world than being up close in person on a hot air balloon. To some, it may seem a little scary. We don’t blame you for feeling that way – it can be frightening to be in one, but once you’re there you won’t regret it. If you’re thinking about taking a hot air balloon ride, why not do it in some of the best destinations in America? Read on to see just where that is…

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Apostle Islands National Lakeshore
8 months ago

Apostle Islands National Lakeshore

Off the shore of Lake Superior in Wisconsin, you’ll find the beautiful Apostle Islands. There are 21 in all, and there’s lots to see and do on each. No matter which you choose, all sorts of outdoorsy pursuits await you. From hiking and fishing to kayaking and scuba diving, hunting, and everything in between, there’s fun to be found for everyone!

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It Takes a Village: Olympic Hometown Pride
11 months ago

It Takes a Village: Olympic Hometown Pride

The Olympics are in full swing and the athletes are proudly representing their countries of origin as they compete for gold. Team USA alone has sent over 500 athletes to the Olympics in Rio, but where were those athletes born and raised in America?

Hailing from sea to shining sea, Team USA brings together top talent from every region of the country. Learn more about the hometowns of Team USA Olympic athletes. Read More

Best Beaches on Lake Michigan
12 months ago

Best Beaches on Lake Michigan

The Great Lakes are a great setting for beach going, and Lake Michigan has some of the best beaches in the upper Midwest. Because it adjoins several different states, we …
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Can’t Miss Music Festivals for Summer 2016
1 year ago

Can’t Miss Music Festivals for Summer 2016

It’s almost time to bring your flower crowns out of retirement. Festival season is quickly approaching. And while everyone knows about Coachella and Governor’s Ball, Bonnaroo and Lollapolooza, there are plenty of other festivals happening around the United States that’ll inspire you to dance in the streets (or open field, or parking lot)–and just might be a bit closer to home. Read More

Best Midwest Antique Destinations
1 year ago

Best Midwest Antique Destinations

The Census Bureau’s definition of the Midwest consists of twelve states in the north central region of the United States: Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, Ohio, South Dakota, and Wisconsin. Let’s look at some of the best locations for antiquing in each of them. Read More

6 Corn Maze Adventures to Explore
2 years ago

6 Corn Maze Adventures to Explore

An October tradition for many Americans, corn mazes provide a fun and educational alternative to chilling haunted houses. As the warm summer months melt away to a cooler crisp, Fall sweater …
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Quick Guide to Milwaukee
2 years ago

Quick Guide to Milwaukee

It’s the largest city in Wisconsin, and that means there’s a wealth of opportunities for food, fun, and fabulous entertainment. Whether you’re visiting for only a few days or a week, these tips will help you do Milwaukee right! Read More

The Best Spots for Ice Fishing Across the United States
3 years ago

The Best Spots for Ice Fishing Across the United States

If you grew up in a cold weather climate, driving by a local lake or pond and spotting dozens of people drilling holes through the ice is a pretty common …
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