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Check out a few of our favorite getaways that will suit Midwesterners' new travel priorities.
Kayak in Wisconsin
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Whether you're looking for cosmopolitan flair, small-town fun or outdoorsy adventures, you'll find it all here.
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Wisconsin's cities, lakes and rivers, and small towns draw families eager to explore the state's beaches, museums, wildlife parks and other kid-friendly attractions.
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Things to do on Ohio's Lake Erie shore include Cedar Point Amusement Park, Ottawa National Wildlife Refuge, Kelleys Island, Put-in-Bay and Marblehead Lighthouse State Park.
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Canoe, bike or hike to experience the outdoor adventures of Niobrara River Valley.
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From Duluth northeast to Canada, Minnesota's North Shore takes visitors past inland mountains, wave-battered cliffs, and a wide expanse of stormy, enchanting and utterly massive Lake Superior.
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Things to do in Michigan's Traverse Area include Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore, National Cherry Festival, Beaver Island, wineries and Clinch Park Beach.
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Almost every traveler finds a vacation to suit them in the small towns surrounding Little Traverse Bay: Petoskey, Charlevoix, Harbor Springs and Boyne City.
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Visitors to Crystal Lake will find a great sandy beach, eclectic shopping and standout dining.
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Where do Midwest Living's readers love to vacation? Here are 15 favorites -- and why our readers love them.

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