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  • Boating Fun in Wisconsin

    Last Updated: 5/29/2013

    With over 15,000 inland lakes – not to mention those two Great ones – and 84,000 miles of rivers, Wisconsin offers endless opportunities for boating fun. You don’t need experience, and you certainly don’t need to buy a boat, to take advantage of Wisconsin’s waterways. Across the state, you’ll find boating rentals, lessons, and guides to get you started.

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  • Raising a Mai Tai to Wisconsin’s Tiki Bars

    Last Updated: 5/23/2013

    Dreaming of warm weather and tiny-umbrella-clad cocktails? The tiki bar phenomenon is a fun, kitschy American take on tropical style. You can relax with exotic drinks among palm tress, volcanoes, hula girls, fish traps, torches, and wood carvings. Plenty a Wisconsin tiki bar can make those dreams come true.

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  • Wisconsin Offers a Symphony of Fun

    Last Updated: 5/21/2013

    Since moving to Wisconsin to begin work in the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra, Margot Schwartz has discovered there can be much more to Milwaukee – and Wisconsin – than may meet the eye (and ear, for that matter). She shares what the state has to offer, both in the arts and otherwise.

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  • Wisconsin Getaway Ideas: Exploring Wisconsin’s Great River Road in Summer

    Last Updated: 5/16/2013

    It starts in Prescott and flows south through Kieler. While the Mississippi River stretches far beyond the state line, Wisconsin’s Great River Road covers 250 miles and 33 charming river towns. Tackle the route for a road trip and you’ll encounter some of the state’s best hiking, biking, and bird watching, along with quaint farm-towns, museums, and more.

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  • Discovering Wisconsin’s History: Burial Mounds

    Last Updated: 5/14/2013

    Between 800 BC and 1200 AD, Native Americans built over fifteen thousand burial mounds in Wisconsin. That’s more than anywhere else on the continent.

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  • Win a Fishing Boat and More from Travel Wisconsin

    Last Updated: 5/13/2013

    Fans of fishing and lovers of lakes, now’s your chance to enjoy Wisconsin’s 15,000 lakes and 84,000 miles of rivers in your very own, brand new boat! We’ve teamed up with Discover Wisconsin to put one lucky winner on the water for years to come.

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  • Disc Golf in Wisconsin

    Last Updated: 5/9/2013

    Disc golf is a family friendly activity that can be played by people of all ages and abilities and is truly a great low-impact exercise that can be enjoyed by everyone. Wisconsin has over 200 courses across the state, so come out and enjoy its plentiful and diverse disc golf courses!

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  • The A-Z of Wisconsin Cheese Curds

    Last Updated: 5/7/2013

    Yellow or white, fried or fresh, seasoned or plain, but always a tasty treat. Wisconsin Cheese curds are usually made from fresh cheddar, mozzarella, or Colby, and yes, they really do squeak when you eat them!

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  • Indulging Mom: Mother’s Day Ideas Across Wisconsin

    Last Updated: 5/6/2013

    Whether it’s treating Mom to an extra mimosa at brunch, or taking her to a concert in a beautiful flower garden, we’ve got your plans covered for Mother's Day.

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  • The Roads to Wellness: Wisconsin Hiking Trails

    Last Updated: 4/28/2013

    Wisconsin’s hiking trails can lead you to places of amazing hidden beauty. They can also lead you to new levels of wellness, giving you a physical workout along with the chance to clear your mind and get away from it all. Why kill time on a treadmill when you can get a great workout in the great outdoors? We’ve rounded up some of Wisconsin’s tougher trails, so even if you’re fit as a fiddle, these should be a fun challenge.

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