The Lake Superior Circle Tour traverses through Minnesota, Ontario, the Upper Peninsula of Michigan and Wisconsin. The Wisconsin portion of the circle tour offers many attractions, scenic views, parks, and unique villages. Beginning near Superior, Pattison State Park is the site of the state’s highest waterfall and also offers great camping and hiking. The Apostle Islands are also a must-see, and many tours of the area are available. The Bayfield and Ashland areas also offer many recreational opportunities, day trips, and dining and lodging options. The Wisconsin portion of the Lake Superior Circle Tour is sure to be your family’s favorite.
Home & Sport Show
March 31 - April 02
Displays and demos of home and recreational products.
Fishing Expo & Auction
The Wild Rivers Chapter of Trout Unlimited presents its annual Fishing Expo & Auction. The expo features fly-tying and fly-casting instruction, bucket raffles,...
Gitchee Gumee Brew Fest
Sample more than 125 beers from over 30 craft brewers from Wisconsin, Minnesota, Michigan, Illinois, and Iowa. Celtic music and beer games for your...
The Pub Restaurant & Wine Bar
Premier lakeside dining featuring regional Lake Superior trout and whitefish, seafodd, steaks and stone hearth pizzas. Casual poolside bar and beachfront patio...
The Village Inn
The Village Inn of Cornucopia, Wisconsin offers food, spirits, and lodging. Located in Wisconsin's Northernmost Village on Lake Superior's beautiful South...
Portside Bar & Restaurant
Casual fine dining overlooking Port Superior marina. Full dinner menu and nightly specials. Reservations welcomed. Leashed pets allowed on the deck.
Five Top Spots for Wisconsin Waterfalls
Things to Do
Roaring, rushing, or rippling over rocks, Wisconsin’s waterfalls offer the best of the great outdoors: excitement, beauty, wonder, and fun. Here are our top...
7 Natural Wonders of Wisconsin
Natural Attractions and Parks
In a state known for its love of the good earth and clean waters, we thought it would be fun to come with a list of the natural wonders of Wisconsin. We could...