Expert Travel Advice to Wisconsin

Top Answers To Wisconsin Travel Questions

  • Anonymous user answered:
    You'll probably want to spend a day or two checking out Milwaukee, which offers a decent zoo, major league baseball, lake activities, and some decent kid-friendly museums. Head down to Kettle Moraine State Forest for a dayhike, plus west to Madison, which is a nice spot to visit for the day (http://vacation.away.com/wisconsin/travel-v2-cid2477-madison-cid350262-family-vacations.html). If you're still looking for things to do, maybe swing down to Lake Geneva, which has a little beach, boat tours, and a pretty downtown area with shops, restaurants, ice-cream shops, etc.
  • Anonymous user answered:
    the way to have fun at a low cost is you go to either walmart or target, and then you go to the toy section and by a few cheap board games, and then you take it back to your place of stay and play the games. and if you want to enjoy wisconsin you just go outside and play the games. its fun easy and cheap. your kids will have so much fun.
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    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:
    You should go for a dip at Mirror Lake State Park, just off I-90/I-94 near Wisconsin Dells. There's a swimming beach there, plus you could take a hike to stretch the legs. If you can do an overnighter, check out the Kalahari Resort in Wisconsin Dells, which has indoor and outdoor water parks.

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