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Think winter in Wisconsin Dells means rocketing down indoor waterslides while the snow piles up outside? Well, it does. But it also means so much more. You don't...

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Because 5 million annual visitors flow into the Wisconsin Dells like a tidal wave, you'll find an overwhelming number of places clamoring for your vacation dollars...

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The boundary-pushing one-upmanship of water-park-centric Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin, stirs up a circus of superlatives. Biggest! Scariest! Longest! ...

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The “Waterpark Capital of the World” ranks as one of the most kid-friendly vacation spots in the Heartland, with more than 200 water slides and one of the world's only upside-down wooden roller...
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If you think Wisconsin Dells is only about water parks, you’re missing out. Couples reconnect at wineries, restaurants and posh lodgings surrounded by gorgeous foliage.
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Most who travel here (population: 5,200) visit the water parks and the kitschy downtown, but don’t miss the striking scenery.
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These lodgings offer exceptional service, plush accommodations and plenty of fun ways to spend snowy days (not to mention some bargain off-season rates).
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Check out some of Wisconsin's great places to stay, whether you're headed to the city, the country or the water.
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Things to do in the Wisconsin Dells include the Original Wisconsin Duck Tours, Mirror Lake State Park, Circus World Museum, International Crane Foundation and Dells Boat Tours.
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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.