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  • Not Just Tents: Campgrounds With More

    Last Updated: 9/25/2015

    With almost 400 campgrounds in Wisconsin, it’s hard to know where to start. Try something new this summer. Visit one of these campsites that offer water parks, restaurants, events, and other exciting extras!

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  • Wisconsin Arts and Crafts Fairs

    Last Updated: 6/10/2014

    Love arts and craft fairs? Lucky you that Wisconsin is the proud home of many dedicated and talented artists. So many, in fact, that we have to keep track of all them in a directory! You can thank the Wisconsin Arts Board for producing the annual Arts & Crafts Fairs Directory.

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  • Fish Hatcheries

    Last Updated: 12/31/2013

    Fish hatchery facilities give you a chance to see the fish up close and everyone can learn the proper techniques to ensure Wisconsin’s rich fishing tradition.

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  • Family Fun Starts in Spring Green, Wisconsin This Summer

    Last Updated: 12/16/2013

    The signs of summer returning, and we’re having visions of a fabulous vacation in Southwestern Wisconsin’s picturesque Spring Green.

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  • Cycling Wisconsin with Bjorn Selander

    Last Updated: 7/1/2013

    Professional racer Bjorn Selander has had the opportunity to cycle around the world, but he shares his love for the place where his passion for the sport started: Wisconsin.

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  • Catch of the Day: Wisconsin Seafood Restaurants

    Last Updated: 7/1/2013

    Wisconsin is known for it’s supper club style Friday fish fries, but what if you’re craving a more diverse seafood dinner? No problem. Wisconsin has a number of restaurants that specialize in serving up delicious seafood dishes, both local and exotic.

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  • Nostalgic Lighthouses Around Wisconsin

    Last Updated: 6/30/2013

    Wisconsin has plenty of lighthouses to tour, photograph, and admire. Here are some of our favorite offering history, nostalgia, and beautiful views.

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  • Wisconsin’s Beautiful Botanicals

    Last Updated: 6/30/2013

    Spring is the perfect time of year for botanical gardens to flaunt their true colors. We rounded up a handful of Wisconsin gardens known to truly blossom in the spring… pun intended.

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  • New Glarus – “America’s Little Switzerland”

    Last Updated: 6/11/2013

    Over 150 years ago, the Swiss established a city in southern Wisconsin that we now call “America’s Little Switzerland.” And if you like folk traditions in a friendly atmosphere, you’ll want to experience New Glarus for yourself!

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  • Some Diamonds Are Forever: Eau Claire’s Carson Park

    Last Updated: 2/26/2013

    There’s a very special venue just spitting distance from the Chippewa River in Eau Claire, Wisconsin. And when I say spitting distance, I actually mean chaw.

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