Expert Travel Advice to Wisconsin

Top Answers To Wisconsin Travel Questions

  • Anonymous user answered:
    Assuming you don't want to truck on down to Milwaukee, here are a few ideas for you in the Hartford, WI, vicinity: a picnic and walk at Pike Lake State Park (you can also swim here in the warmer months); go for a splash and paddle at the Signicast Aquatic Center in the Hartford Rec. Center; or check out the antique fire trucks and model railway at the Wisconsin Automotive Museum.
  • Anonymous user asked:
    Anonymous user answered:
    Plenty going on, much of it Halloween or fall related. Take your pick from the Hilltop Pumpkin Party in Hudson, the Spook O'Rama Costume Contest at Hayward Lakes, or the Madison Horror Film Festival. You can search more listings at: http://tourism.state.wi.us/events_calendar.aspx.
  • Anonymous user answered:
    Listings for vacation rentals in Merrimac, near Devil's Head, here: http://trips.away.com/vacation_rentals/keywords-Merrimac--Wisconsin. You should also browse the lodging listings and package deals on the resort's website at: http://www.devilsheadresort.com.
  • Anonymous user answered:
    In Wisconsin, you should try the Rhinelander area, which is way up in the northern part of the state. The snow up here will be pretty reliable, plus there are miles of good trails up here. Rhinelander also has two snowmobile clubs, which help maintain and groom the trails.

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