Travel Resources

From Milwaukee to Lake Superior, there is a lot to see and do in Wisconsin. You may already have a general idea of what you’re looking for on your family trip, solo adventure or honeymoon, and it’s all here — fun attractions, top-of-the-line accommodations and highly-rated restaurants. 

To help make your Wisconsin trip unforgettable, we suggest using some of our travel resources, including our tourism organizations and visitor and information centers, to aid in your trip planning. 

Visitor Info, Maps & More

Our best travel resource in Wisconsin is our friendly, knowledgeable locals who know and love this state. 

As you start to plan your Wisconsin trip, reach out to tourism organizations, like your destination’s Chambers of Commerce. The people there will point you in the right direction and match you and your family and friends with the perfect hotels and attractions. Being active members of their communities, they know the regions better than anyone.

For a better, more visual understanding of the city or region you’re visiting, check out our regional and highway maps. And learn more about our accessible attractions and landmarks

If you’re planning a seasonal escape be sure to check out our seasonal reports. Visiting in the fall? See when peak color is happening in our Fall Color Report. If you'd like to snowboard, snowmobile or ski in the winter, check out our Wisconsin Snow Report. For general conditions for your hiking or biking adventure, use the Trail Report. 

And once you arrive in a city or town, you’ll also want to stop by a visitor and information center typically found off major highways. These centers provide informational guides and brochures on attractions, dining, events and more.

When it comes time to plan your trip, use our travel resources, which will make planning easy and the trip a truly unforgettable experience.

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It’s all here — fun attractions, top-of-the-line accommodations and highly-rated restaurants.