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Most people come to Elkhart Lake for weekends of swimming, boating and water-skiing on the 286-acre lake. But there's plenty more to do here in this town of about 1,000 people, just over an hour...
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Wisconsin's oldest brewpub, a multifaceted arts center, and the home base of the Eco Candle Company can all be found in Wisconsin's sixth-largest city.
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Five museums, four historic districts and a walkable downtown draw visitors to Kenosha, on the shore of Lake Michigan about 40 miles south of Milwaukee.
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Every state has roadside attractions—fanciful, often artsy, and definitely unusual items or places that catch your eye as you're driving by. Here in America's Dairyland, we've got...
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The Wisconsin-based creator of the famed Summer Shandy is celebrating its 150-year-anniversary the only way it knows how—by brewing more beer. Oh, and throwing a party in Chippewa Falls next weekend.
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Once a year, women farmers in south-central Wisconsin throw a party to celebrate their work on the land—and everyone’s invited.
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Carved by ancient glaciers, Wisconsin’s Ice Age Trail offers an adventure for every skill level. Hike the full 1,200 miles, or just wander for an afternoon. 
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Buildings designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, the National Mustard Museum and the Chazen Museum of Art are just a few of the free things in Wisconsin.
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Perhaps best known as home of the posh The Osthoff Resort and its Aspira spa, Elkhart Lake (an hour north of Milwaukee) packs a few active surprises, too.
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As the week draws to a close, Wisconsin’s restaurants and bars fire up their fryers for a ritual drawing on century-old food traditions.

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