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  • America’s Best College Football Town: Top Badgers Gameday Traditions

    Last Updated: 7/1/2016

    Named as America’s best college football town by USA Today, Madison promises electrifying action on and off the field with a UW Badgers gameday.

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  • Crandon World Championship Off-Road Races

    Last Updated: 9/28/2016

    In the pine filled forests of northeast Wisconsin you’ll find the Crandon International Off-Road Raceway. Here is where you’ll discover the excitement of off road racing at its best.

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  • Nine Last Chance Vacations

    Last Updated: 10/4/2016

    Round up the kids and take them on one last trip before school starts. Get out and explore all of the things to do and see just minutes from your doorstep!

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  • Play Ball! Wisconsin Loves Baseball

    Last Updated: 11/25/2015

    Class A baseball in Wisconsin has produced MLB stars like Alex Rodriquez and David Ortiz. Catch a game this summer and maybe you will see the next big star!

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  • College Stars Unite in Wisconsin for Summer Baseball

    Last Updated: 7/7/2016

    Watch some of the best college baseball players in the country compete as they play for one of Wisconsin’s seven Northwoods League teams.

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  • Top Picks for March Madness in Madison

    Last Updated: 2/19/2016

    If you’re heading to Madison for the State high school tournaments, you should at least have a list of local options in your pocket.

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  • 8 Indoor Activities to Thrill Your Children this Winter

    Last Updated: 12/19/2016

    Plan on hibernating until spring? Nonsense. Keep your kids active and put a stop to the boredom with these excellent outlets for staying active indoors in Wisconsin.

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  • The Seduction of Speed: Iceboating on Lake Geneva

    Last Updated: 6/16/2016

    Known as the iceboating capital of the world, Lake Geneva sits in the Ice Belt – a band that wraps around the earth between the 40th and 50th parallels. Temperatures along the belt are cold enough to freeze bodies of water, but temperate enough not to produce piles of snow.

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  • Packers Training Camp Thrills Fans in August

    Last Updated: 9/18/2015

    An annual tradition, Green Bay Packers training camp, along with Packers Family Night will attract an estimated 100,000 visitors from across the nation and as many as 20 foreign countries.

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  • Eight Historic Bowling Alleys

    Last Updated: 12/10/2014

    There’s nothing better than bowling… unless it’s bowling and beer. The best of both is right here: Wisconsin has more small, old-fashioned lanes than any other state in the union – the no-frills kind where you roll a rumbling strike down wood lanes, mark your own scores and watch your ball speed back toward you on the above-ground return.

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