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In northwest Wisconsin, days bring hiking in the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest and paddling the Namekagon River; nights bring campfires, cozy cabins and starry skies.
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Milwaukee maintains ties to its German heritage while celebrating the present at a motorcycle museum and fantastic festivals along Lake Michigan.
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The lush rolling hills southwest of Madison originally attracted dairy farmers and craftspeople like brewers and cheese makers. Recently joined by an infusion of artists and chefs, they all make this...
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The valleys between the Mississippi River and Madison cradle some of the Midwest's most diverse pockets of culture: highbrow, hole-in-the-wall, farm-fresh, ethnic and even kooky. Plan on stops...
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The Mississippi River is your constant companion along the Great River Road, but the river towns between La Crosse and Prescott lure you off the road.
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Some 3,000 lakes surround this vacation hub (population: 4,750).
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On a peninsula jutting into Lake Michigan, this one Wisconsin county contains 11 towns (and an island). In and around them, you’ll find wineries, orchards, boutiques, art galleries, lighthouses and...
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Just 60 miles southwest of Milwaukee, this pretty resort town's population of 8,000 swells every summer and fall when vacationers arrive. Hotels, resorts and restaurants hug the lakeshore, and...
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Visitors to Cedarburg will enjoy both history and shopping in this lovely town teeming with carefully preserved limestone buildings.
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This university-anchored city gets an extra dose of sophistication from its role as state capital. Lakes and a famous market encourage outdoor fun.

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