Native American Tourism of Wisconsin (NATOW)

Wisconsin is home to the largest number of Native American tribes east of the Mississippi River. The reservations of these eleven sovereign nations occupy more than one half million acres of Wisconsin’s most beautiful and unique landscapes: pristine lakes, rivers and streams, towering forests and ancient wild rice beds, each teaming with an abundance of wildlife. Tribal art, traditions and culture are significant parts of both Indian and non-Indian communties in the State, making Wisconsin a remarkable place to explore the history of Native American people.