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  • Wisconsin Indoor Waterparks

    Last Updated: 3/15/2012

    Indoor waterparks continue to grow in popularity throughout the country and Wisconsin is leading the way. Here are a few hot spots to beat the winter doldrums.

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  • Catch a Show in Wisconsin

    Last Updated: 3/13/2012

    Get out and get inside a theater because Wisconsin features an outstanding lineup of plays and performances.

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  • The Lake Superior Ice Caves

    Last Updated: 3/9/2012

    Picture this: A frozen lake meets the base of a cliff where giant pillars of ice majestically hang, extending into every crevasse and cavern. That’s the scene at the Lake Superior ice caves, and it is definitely a Wisconsin winter spectacle you have to see to believe.

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  • St. Patrick’s Day in Wisconsin

    Last Updated: 3/6/2012

    St. Patrick’s Day is coming up and there’s no better time to embrace the history and culture of the Irish right here in Wisconsin. The state is loaded with fun events and venues to celebrate, so throw on some green because this month, we’re all Irish!

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  • Day Trip Idea: Menomonie

    Last Updated: 3/2/2012

    Menomonie is a quaint town with a whole lot to offer: Historic and local art, delicious dining, and plenty of breathtaking scenery. It’s a short drive from many of Wisconsin’s major cities, making it the perfect place for a day or weekend trip.

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  • Cabin Fever Cures For Kids

    Last Updated: 2/28/2012

    If the kids are getting antsy and you’re running out of ways to keep them entertained at home, try some of these Wisconsin family outings!

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  • Exploring Bayfield in Winter

    Last Updated: 2/24/2012

    We put the spotlight on Northern Wisconsin and the picturesque town of Bayfield. In summer, Bayfield is the gateway to renowned sea-kayaking and camping on the Apostle Islands, but the allure doesn’t stop in winter.

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  • Snow, Skis & Sweat: The 39th Annual American Birkebeiner

    Last Updated: 2/20/2012

    Each year, thousands of people flock to Hayward, Wisconsin for North America’s largest cross-country ski marathon, the American Birkebeiner (also known as the “Birkie”)! While racer registration is closed, Birkie Week offers tons of excitement for spectators looking to catch a piece of the action.

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  • Wisconsin Snow Report Update: 2/17/12

    Last Updated: 2/17/2012

    Despite Wisconsin's mild winter, there's still plenty of it snow to hit the slopes for some outdoor winter fun! Here’s an update on the snow cover across Wisconsin for snowmobiling, skiing and snowboarding, courtesy of our Snow Conditions Report.

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  • Wisconsin Cabins & Cottages

    Last Updated: 2/14/2012

    There’s something iconic about renting a cabin or cottage in Wisconsin’s Northwoods. It’s quiet, beautiful and chalk full of small-town hospitality. If you haven’t experienced it first-hand, winter is the time to make it happen!

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