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  • The Best Views in Wisconsin for the Fall Colors

    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.

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  • Wisconsin Art Tours, Gallery Walks and Open Studios

    Last Updated: 9/7/2012

    Art is everywhere you look – street murals, sidewalks, and of course, galleries and museums. And while it’s easy to take advantage of beautiful and thought-provoking views, we don’t always have the chance to talk with the creators. That’s why gallery walks and studio tours are a fun way to embrace Wisconsin’s artistic community, chat with the artist, and maybe even pick up a new piece for your wall.

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  • Exploring Sunken Shipwrecks in the Great Lakes

    Last Updated: 9/4/2012

    From 19th-century schooners to embattled steam ships, you might be surprised to learn that there are many historical wrecks nestled within the waters of Lake Michigan and Lake Superior. Having had all summer to warm up, September is a great time to scuba dive in Wisconsin since water temperatures can be very comfortable. Water clarity might surprise you, too. When the weather cooperates, visibility can reach up to 50 feet!

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  • Fan Favorites: Wisconsin’s Best Breweries

    Last Updated: 9/1/2012

    Wisconsin has earned its stripes when it comes to beer. We’re home to over 70 active breweries. From kingpins like Miller and Leinenkugel, to smaller crafters like New Glarus and Lakefront, we have a brewery for every taste.

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  • Green Bay or Bust: Enjoying the Packers Preseason

    Last Updated: 8/28/2012

    Packer fans head to Lambeau in the preseason to tailgate, paint faces, compare cheese hats and cheer on their favorite team. If you’re in town to watch the August 30 showdown with Kansas City, there’s plenty more for you and your pack to take in.

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  • End-of-Summer Trips with Your Kids

    Last Updated: 8/17/2012

    There are plenty of time (and ways) to have fun with your favorite people under five feet! Check out a few in this blog post.

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  • Road Trip: Hudson Is Home to History, Hiking and Golf

    Last Updated: 8/14/2012

    Just a stone’s throw from the Minnesota border, you’ll find the city of Hudson. Set along the sparkling St. Croix River, it’s a bustling center for recreation with boating, golfing, historic sites and delicious eateries.

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  • Wisconsin Dells Was Made for Weekend Getaways

    Last Updated: 8/10/2012

    Enjoy a weekend getaway in Wisconsin Dells. Play a round of golf at Wild Rock Golf Club, bungee jump, and follow a zip line.

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  • The Aloha Spirit: Wisconsin’s Dairyland Surf Classic

    Last Updated: 8/6/2012

    One hour north of Milwaukee lies the sleepy little lakeside town of Sheboygan (pop. 50,000). Being centrally located on the western shore of Lake Michigan makes this the prime spot for surfing. Yes! Wisconsin Surfing!

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  • Wisconsin Cheese, Beer and Festival Fun

    Last Updated: 8/4/2012

    There are wonders to be discovered during a seasonal exploration of rural fun. County fairs, farmers’ markets and roadside veggie stands await, despite record warm temperatures and dry conditions. After all, this is Wisconsin, where we’ll be complaining about snow and anything subzero soon enough.

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