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Green Bay boasts leafy outdoor spaces, great restaurants—and passion for the only fan-owned team in the NFL.
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Lake Geneva, Wisconsin, a summertime vacation spot for many Chicago-area residents, reveals its artsy side each February, when snow sculptures nestle on the frozen shoreline.
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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. Check out our picks for what to do, where to eat and where to stay...
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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. Check out our picks for what to do, where to eat...
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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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This 115-mile drive goes through six Wisconsin counties, taking travelers past sites like Holy Hill Basilica and Bald Bluff.
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A scenic drive in Wisconsin's Door County links galleries, orchards, lighthouses, state parks, shops and restaurants.
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The gateway to the Apostle Islands offers walking and biking tours, sailing outfitters and great ice cream. Check out our trip guide for what to do, where to eat and where to stay on Bayfield.

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