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  • Twice as Nice: Riding the John Muir and Emma Carlin Trails

    Last Updated: 8/4/2010

    A pair of high-quality trail systems near both Madison and Milwaukee make these trails the most popular mountain biking trails in the state.

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  • Packers Training Camp Thrills Fans in August

    Last Updated: 7/21/2010

    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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  • Ho-Chunk Nation Offers Cultural Tours

    Last Updated: 7/21/2010

    Like their neighbors of European descent, Wisconsin’s Ho-Chunk people have survived centuries of struggle to develop and preserve a rich cultural heritage. That heritage is illuminated in several cultural tours.

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  • Wild Workshops Get Women Outdoors

    Last Updated: 7/8/2010

    Gut a pheasant or build a birdhouse, shoot a rifle or design a wreath, ice fish or dogsled, camp or cook. Whichever you choose, Becoming an Outdoors Woman (BOW) courses will heighten your interest, awareness or connection to the outdoors.

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  • Surf’s Up – on Lake Michigan

    Last Updated: 7/8/2010

    Ready to ride the waves but don’t live anywhere near California? Visit the next best thing - Sheboygan - Wisconsin’s very own Malibu.

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  • Mineral Point: Where Wisconsin Began

    Last Updated: 7/7/2010

    Lying amid the mineral-rich coulees of the Driftless area in the southwestern corner of the state, Mineral Point has been dubbed the “place where Wisconsin began.”

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  • Milwaukee Goes Native American

    Last Updated: 7/1/2010

    No event allows you to experience the passion and culture of the American Indian people quite like a Pow Wow. Drums pound, feet stomp and bright colors swirl in a vibrant pageant of music and celebration; a lively and uplifting combination of traditional dancing, singing, and storytelling.

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  • From Farm to Market: Wisconsin's Backroads Bounty

    Last Updated: 7/1/2010

    With a history rooted in agriculture, Wisconsin is a natural place to find locally grown food.

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  • Red, Round, Tart... and They Float

    Last Updated: 7/1/2010

    Wisconsin has had a long love affair with the cranberry. The round, red berry is one of just three fruits native to North America (along with Concord grapes and blueberries). Native Americans enjoyed cranberries fresh from Wisconsin’s river marshes.

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  • Wisconsin Dells Water Parks: Best in the World

    Last Updated: 6/28/2010

    As America’s Dairyland, Wisconsin’s iconic question is “Got milk?” But in the heart of Dairyland, the question in Wisconsin Dells is “Got water?” And the answer is a resounding “Yes!”

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