Expert Travel Advice to Wisconsin

Top Answers To Wisconsin Travel Questions

  • Anonymous user answered:
    I think you'll find everything you want in Rhinelander, in the Northwoods region of the state. I recommended the same spot to someone who was looking for places to snowmobile in Wisconsin, but the advice holds true for the other seasons, too. Up here, you've got fishing, lake swimming, biking and ATV trails, plus plenty of family-friendly resorts and campgrounds from which to choose (and hopefully score a shoulder-season deal, too).
  • 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 answered:
    I actually had a family reunion in Wisconsin Dells, and that was a good time. Or you can go to this website that shows different cabin resorts. http://bit.ly/h6glO0
  • Anonymous user answered:
    I have a feeling that they might have been to New Glarus, Wisconsin. It is not too far from Madison and it looks like Switzerland. The New Glarus Brewery makes Spotted Cow (a nice creamy beer), and there is a chateau there which is a great place to hang out. If you get there, check it out, as I would like to go back there again.

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