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Fishing and North Woods heritage have lured travelers to Hayward Lakes for generations.
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More than 30 small river towns—filled with niche-yet-fascinating museums, creameries, art galleries and pretty inns—dot the bluffs overlooking the Mississippi River along Wisconsin’s stretch of the...
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Looking out at the Apostle Islands, one of the region’s most attractive small towns makes a great base for walking, biking and sailing as well as touring the plentiful fruit orchards on Wisconsin’s...
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State parks and roadside cherry stands keep visitors coming back to this famed peninsula, 45 minutes northeast of Green Bay. Door County booms in summer and mellows slightly in fall. But it’s a...
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Brew City maintains ties to its German heritage (beers and brats, anyone?) while celebrating the present at an iconic art museum and fantastic festivals along Lake Michigan.
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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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The state capital tempts with locavore eateries, outdoor rec, museums—and Badger fandom.
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Your first mission, should you choose to accept it: Find the Safe House restaurant. Stroll along an alley...

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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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