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Summer Vacation Planning 101
Last Updated: 7/1/2013
Summer clothes are coming out of hibernation and the kids are counting down the days until the last day of school. Yep, summer is almost here but there’s no need to panic for plans. With the help of these FREE tools (that got your attention, huh?), you can take advantage of the countless events and endless fun Wisconsin has to offer during summertime.
Our Summer Playlist is a handy-dandy list of over 100 events to check out this summer. We've featured one event every day and included the classics like Summerfest and State Fair as well as other cool, quirky and absolutely killer Wisconsin events.
Before getting on the road, you need a game plan. Check out our downloadable maps and guides to scope out the region(s) you want to explore. With so much to discover, you have the added option to have printed brochures mailed directly to you. Less time asking for directions, more time for roaming!
Once you have your plan of attack mapped out, the last thing you want is to run into a parking lot on the freeway. Be sure to get the lowdown on all traffic and road construction before you hit the road.
Finally, you need a convenient and informative way to keep up with everything going on in Wisconsin. We’ve got an app for that, for iPhones and Androids. From accommodations to event listings to dining options, you literally have the whole state at the tip of your fingers. You can also make a stop at one of the many Travel Wisconsin Welcome Center or information centers for maps, travel guides and more while on the road.
Carpe the summer, Wisconsin!This entry was posted in Things to Do