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  • “Inviting People Back to Our Land”

    Last Updated: 4/2/2008

    Wisconsin has the most Native American tribes east of the Mississippi. Find out more about cultural travel opportunities for each of the 11 tribes here.

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  • Steelhead Fishing Primer

    Last Updated: 3/11/2008

    Steelhead are one of the most exciting of Wisconsin's game fish, and springtime means a rare opportunity to tie into one of these bruisers from shore.

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  • Highway 51, Wisconsin's Own Route 66

    Last Updated: 8/16/2007

    Take a detour along Highway 51, Wisconsin's alternative to Route 66. The road rambles along from Hurley to Beloit offering eclectic small towns, Main Street shopping, rural scenery, and one-of-a-kind attractions. Highway 51 has it all and then some.

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  • Five Great "Only in Wisconsin" Food Tours

    Last Updated: 8/7/2007

    Unique food and drink traditions, fabulous events, and Wisconsin's most celebrated and prolific food products are at the heart of these five great tours.

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  • Fall Color Road Trips: Southern Wisconsin

    Last Updated: 8/7/2007

    Fall color may be the reason, but there's so much more for leaf peepers to discover this season along these southern Wisconsin routes.

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  • Take the Ghost Walk in Bayfield

    Last Updated: 1/25/2007

    The town is well known as the gateway to Lake Superior’s Apostle Islands, and as a vacation destination in its own right. But not many people know its colorful history. Virginia Hirsch, a storyteller and amateur historian, is out to change all that.

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  • A Trip to Wine Country

    Last Updated: 12/13/2006

    If you think Napa Valley when it comes to wine, think again—these three Wisconsin wineries give you plenty of ways and reasons to toast the season.

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  • A Snowshoe Romp to Wisconsin’s Waterfall Capital

    Last Updated: 12/13/2006

    In the solitude of a winter landscape you might expect the sound of falling water to be absorbed by the cushioning buffer of a carpet of snow. But what you hear actually is more pronounced, due, perhaps, to the absence of much competition save for the faint clomp of your snowshoes.

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  • Exploring Wisconsin's Native-American Heritage

    Last Updated: 12/13/2006

    The art, traditions and culture of Wisconsin's 11 tribes help make the state a remarkable place to include the exploration of tribal history and heritage in your travel itinerary.

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  • Wisconsin Amish Communities

    Last Updated: 12/13/2006

    Journey to West Central Wisconsin, known as Amish country, and glimpse a life without automobiles, telephones and computers. While traveling through one of Wisconsin's largest Amish settlements, it is not uncommon to see horse-drawn buggies moving down the road and colorful quilts drying in the summer breeze.

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