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In the quiet early season among Lake Michigan’s bluffs, Port Washington—30 minutes north of Milwaukee—offers biking, bird-watching and historical tours.
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History touches just about every part of a trip to Delafield, Wisconsin.
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Our apple blossom itinerary takes you on a 100-mile loop from La Crosse, Wisconsin, to Great River Bluffs State Park in Minnesota.
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Enjoy boat trips, swimming, observatory tours, boutique shopping, inventive restaurants and pampering lodgings in this hamlet 80 miles northwest of Chicago’s Loop.
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When you’re ready for fresh ideas, Northwind Perennial Farm in Burlington, Wisconsin, beckons with native plants and architectural salvage.
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Each September, the nation’s biggest cranberry crop rises in central Wisconsin’s marshes—and a flood of travelers shows up to celebrate the culture and cuisine focused on the tart star of the show...
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Visitors to Cedarburg will enjoy both history and shopping in this lovely town teeming with carefully preserved limestone buildings. Check out our picks for what to do, where to eat and where to stay...
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A pretty creek, a downtown with carefully preserved limestone buildings and some of the best shopping in the region await Christmas season visitors in Cedarburg, Wisconsin.
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Most people associate Sheboygan, Wisconsin, with its famous Sheboygan Bratwurst Company, but visitors with an appetite for more can find standout shopping, lakeside dining and contemporary art in...
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Famous pottery, a cozy bed-and-breakfast and outdoor rec draw visitors to Lake Mills, Wisconsin, 40 minutes east of Madison.

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