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    Five Farms Beyond Cows & Corn

    Think a trip to a Wisconsin farm would offer an opportunity to view crops in a field, cows being milked and not a whole lot else? Think again. Here are some agri-tourism opportunities that will get you right in the action and experiencing agriculture in Wisconsin in ways you wouldn’t have ever imagined. Read More
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    Dwellings and Days Off in the Driftless Area

    The forested hillsides and stunning valleys of Wisconsin’s Driftless and Ocooch Mountain area are home to several of our state’s most magnificent views and treasured cabins. Check out this information on some of our favorites! Read More
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    Silent Winter Sports - Travel Green

    Silent winter sports such as snowshoeing and cross country skiing are a great way to enjoy the wonderful Wisconsin outdoors in a more relaxing setting. Here are three destinations to participate in a silent winter sport as well as a unique place to stay and eat! Read More
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    Away for the Holidays

    Maybe the best gift to seek this holiday season is an opportunity to temporarily escape the stress, fatigue, isolation or uncertainties of daily living. Consider the abundance of options Wisconsin has to offer. Read More
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    Staying at An Eco-Elegant B&B in Wisconsin is a Feel Good Experience

    Here is a list of Wisconsin inns that wow with their eco-conscious vibe and luxury amenities, four other green inns not to overlook and one to watch for. All these properties are certified by the Department's Travel Green Wisconsin voluntary certification Read More
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    Four Great B&B's With A Theme

    If you’re looking for a good night’s rest in unique surroundings, here are four of the state’s more unusual settings for small hotels and bed and breakfast inns. Read More
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    Hitch A Ride

    Love dogs? Love skiing? Try skijoring, a blend of cross-country skiing and dog sledding believed to have been created by enterprising Scandinavians who hitched their skis first to horses as a means of faster transport. Read More