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Baraboo, Wisconsin Campgrounds & RV Parks - Wisconsin Accommodation: Campgrounds/RV Parks
Green Lake, Wisconsin Bed & Breakfasts - Our inn was built in 1905, a beautiful Queen Anne style property with perennial gardens. The inn has 5 guest rooms, all with private baths and 3 with large whirlpool tubs for your relaxation and comfort. A full breakfast is served each morning.
Reedsburg, Wisconsin Bed & Breakfasts - Parkview B&B, an 1895 Queen Anne Victorian, opened in 1989 in the Park St Historic District of Reedsburg, WI, one block off of Main St. across from City Park. Tom & Donna Hofmann, innkeepers, haverestored the home to its original beauty.
Reedsburg, Wisconsin Bed & Breakfasts - Romantic bed and breakfast located in a private rural setting near many prime Wisconsin Dells area sites and state parks.
Sparta, Wisconsin Bed & Breakfasts - Three log cabins located in the country 5 miles south of Sparta, WI. Full breakfast served. We are 1 1/2 miles from famous Elroy Sparta Bike trail. Walking trail threw the woods, gift shop
Onalaska, Wisconsin Bed & Breakfasts - 35 scenic acres await. Relax in the hot tub, milk a goat, feed a kid, collect the eggs, enjoy the country setting. Bike trails, off-road biking, hiking, and birding.
Amherst, Wisconsin Bed & Breakfasts - Enjoy a serene retreat on 90-acres of woods, fields and organic gardens. Amenities: Sustainably operated with three rooms, solar power and heat, and organic linens. Travel Green Wisconsin’s Certified.
Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin Hotels & Resorts - Door’s first motel. Steps from the bay and the city’s best shops & dining. Newly renovated! Vintage furniture, local art, great beds. Pets welcome. Free breakfast, picnic space, fire pit, live music weekly. Cute, clean, comfortable. Friendly staf
Brookfield, Wisconsin Hotels & Resorts - The Quality Inn® hotel is conveniently located off Interstate 94, just eight miles from the Milwaukee County Zoo. Area attractions include the Potawatomi Bingo Casino, Milwaukee Art Museum, Harley-Davidson Museum, Summerfest Grounds amphitheater, Mi
Milwaukee, Wisconsin Hotels & Resorts - The Hilton Milwaukee River is a full-serviced hotel and conference facility overlooking the banks of the scenic Milwaukee River, only minutes away from the Airport/Interstates, major attractions, businesses, and venues within Milwaukee. 161 Rooms.
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Welcome to Wisconsin, the Dairy State! This beautiful state rests upon the shores of Lake Michigan to the east and Lake Superior to the north, and is one of the best vacation destinations in the nation. Wisconsin is a great vacation option; whether you are traveling alone or with a group, or if you’re looking to have an outdoor adventure or simply relax.
Start your Wisconsin travels by visiting a dairy farm, where you can milk a cow, check out the wheat threshing machinery and take an agricultural tour! If you’re going to be taking a family vacation, bring the kids to one of the many amusement parks, or water parks in the state; there are over 75 to choose from! For an educational and cultural trip option, take a guided tour of the land with one of the many Native American tribes that still reside in Wisconsin; the state has the most Native tribes east of the Mississippi.
Next up on your Wisconsin travels bring the family to famous Door County, a top vacation destination for many Midwesterners. In Door County you can experience all the great outdoors has to offer, from hiking and biking in Peninsula State Park, to water skiing and boating in Lake Michigan. You can also take a tour of each one of Door County’s 11 lighthouses, a popular trip idea! There are several islands in Green Bay, where you can take day trips and spend the afternoon discovering rural and untouched northern paradises. Another popular family vacation spot is Lake Geneva, which offers beautiful resort accommodations, summer music festivals and great cross country skiing in the winter.
Check out the state capitol of Madison, where you can explore the national and natural landmark, Cave of the Mounds. If you are planning your Wisconsin travels for the winter months, ski at Cascade Mountain Resort and warm up afterwards, in one of Madison’s luxurious hotels. For beautiful sightseeing, stroll through James Madison Park or check out the 16 acres of flowering plants at the Olbrich Botanical Gardens. No Wisconsin travel is complete without a stay in Milwaukee, the largest city in the state. In July check out the German festival, where you can try traditional German food and beer and in August, shop and tour the Milwaukee fairgrounds at the famous Wisconsin State Fair! If you love motorcycles, make a stop at the Harley-Davidson headquarters and take a scenic drive on one of the world’s fastest bikes!
Wisconsin boasts some of the best fall foliage in the nation and some of the most beautiful sunsets, year-round. Let RealAdventures help you plan your incredible Wisconsin travels today!
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