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Some of the Midwest's best vacation destinations are enticingly close to the Twin Cities. Plan a weekend getaway to Minnesota hot spots like Duluth, Winona and Rochester, or venture outside the...
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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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Save money—and avoid crowds—by seeking out smaller resorts and throwback attractions in the Wisconsin Dells, as well as by enjoying the natural beauty that made the area a tourism mecca in the first...
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You don't have to give up your waterpark fun this winter, but consider adding some of these activities to your itinerary. Take a dip in a heated outdoor pool, zipline over snow-covered trees in...
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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. Check out our picks for...
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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. Check out our picks for what to do, where to eat and...
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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. Check out our guide for what to do, where to eat...
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Some 3,000 lakes surround this vacation hub (population: 4,750). Check out our picks for what to do, where to eat and where to stay in Minocqua.

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