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Last Updated: 12/20/2012
For the classic northwoods getaway, it doesn’t get much better than Eagle River. When the temps drop and the snow falls, this popular area of northeast Wisconsin becomes a hot spot for cross-country skiing and snowmobiling. If you’re looking for a trip filled with winter fun and fantastic food, then the itinerary below should be right up your alley.
Last Updated: 12/6/2012
This season, the jingle of sleigh bells aren’t just reserved for Christmas songs. You can hear the jubilant sound as you dash through the snow on your own sleigh or carriage ride, right here in Wisconsin. Whether it’s with your sweetheart, your friends, or the whole family, you’re sure to find holiday cheer on these classic rides.
Last Updated: 11/26/2012
Sheboygan and Kohler are known for their picture-perfect location on the shores of Lake Michigan and also being premier golfing destinations. Douglas H. Frazer, tax attorney, shares some of the lesser-known wonders of Wisconsin.
Last Updated: 11/1/2012
There’s nothing like a good cup of coffee during Wisconsin’s chilly months. We've put together some of our favorite coffee shops and cafes in the state so you can stay energized as you check out all the activities and attractions nearby!
Last Updated: 10/16/2012
Wisconsin is chock full of haunted happenings this time of year. We know that some folks are looking for fun, family-friendly fair while others want something that’ll scare their socks off, so we've broken this year’s sights and frights into a few categories for your reading enjoyment!
Last Updated: 10/5/2012
Wisconsin’s Great River Road has long been a favorite of motorcyclists, photographers, and road trippers alike. This scenic byway is especially gorgeous in autumn, when the hills and valleys are painted with Wisconsin’s beautiful fall colors.
Last Updated: 9/21/2012
There’s no better time to enjoy a Wisconsin hiking trail than in fall. If you only have an afternoon to spare, visit one of the state’s many nature centers.
Last Updated: 9/10/2012
Whether it’s Door County, the Wisconsin River, or the Horicon Marsh, fall foliage is an event not to miss. If you want an unobstructed view, we’ve scouted a few locations that stand head and shoulders – and another 40 feet, or so – above the rest.