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Vacation in Wisconsin.

The state is bordered by the Montreal River, Lake Superior and Michigan to the north, by Lake Michigan to the east, by Illinois to the south, and by Iowa and Minnesota to the west. Part of the state's boundaries includes the Mississippi River and St. Croix River in the west, and the Menominee River and Montreal River in the northeast.

Regions in Wisconsin : Central Plain, Eastern Ridges and Lowlands, Lake Superior Lowland, Northern Highland and Western Upland.

Cities Wisconsin : Appleton, Beloit, Eau Claire, Fond du Lac, Green Bay, Janesville, Kenosha, La Crosse, Madison, Manitowoc, Milwaukee, Oshkosh, Racine, Sheboygan, Stevens Point, Superior, Waukesha, Wausau, Wauwatosa, West Allis, West Bend, and more...

State Capital Wisconsin : Madison

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Camping / Campgrounds / RV Parks

  Wisconsin Campgrounds
Indianhead, Northwoods, Central Wisconsin River, Hidden Valley, East Wisconsin Waters, Southeastern, Search Campground, Camper Survey.

  Go Camping America   -   National Association of RV Parks & Campgrounds (ARVC)
  Koa   -   Campgrounds of America
  National Park Service Campground and Tour Reservation Site
  Funroads   -   Get Outta Town!

Car Rentals Wisconsin

Car rental

Car Rental USA  Sixt   -    

Holiday Homes / Apartments

  Home Base Holidays
Home exchange vacations; enabling house swap holidays since 1985
  Home Exchange
  International Home Exchange
International Vacation Rentals & Home exchange

Hotels in Wisconsin

Centrally located hotels ranging from small family run budget accommodation to world-class five star hotels.

   -   Motel 6 and Red Roof   -    

  Wisconsin Lodging   -   Bed & Breakfast

National Parks / State Parks

  National Park Service
The NPS works with communities to preserve and care for neighborhood treasures. They also work with teachers to create unique opportunities for students to learn about history at the real places where events unfolded.

Travel Agents / Tour Operators

   -   Create your perfect trip to Wisconsin
Flight, Hotel and Car.

Thomas Cook

Local Travel Organizations / Tour Operators :

  Travel Wisconsin
Looking for a place to visit that's quintessential Wisconsin? "Woods and water" are two of the many reasons Wisconsin has become the Midwest's vacation playground, and nowhere is the water more celebrated, cherished and enjoyed than in the state's Harbor Towns.
  Lake Lawn Resort
Situated on 275 wooded acres overlooking picturesque Delavan Lake, Lake Lawn Resort is one of Southeastern Wisconsin's most historic and popular vacation, meeting and special event destinations.
Whether you're looking for a romantic getaway for two, a full-fledged family vacation, themed wedding or a memorable meeting, conference or team-building event, you'll find it all right here, at Lake Lawn Resort.
  Wildman Whitewater Ranch
Wildman Whitewater Ranch is Wisconsin's Premier Adventure Resort. Overlooking the rapids and nestled within the old growth forest of the North Woods, the Ranch offers many outdoor adventures that are both challenging and gentle for every member of the family. Wildman Ranch has two resort locations by the rapids on the Peshtigo and nearby Menominee rivers, offering breathtaking scenery and the most challenging whitewater in the Midwest.

Travel Guides Wisconsin / Travel Related Books

Travel Guides USA Travel Guides USA  [ ]

Transportation / How do I get to Wisconsin

Madison Airport   -   Dane County Regional Airport
  Milwaukee Airport   -   General Mitchell International Airport

Other airports in Wisconsin : see Airnav.


Book cheap flights to Wisconsin at ebookers and benefit from discounted airfares.

KLM Royal Dutch Airlines take you to hundreds of destinations everywhere in the world.

  Airline Tickets /  Bargain Flights

  Greyhound Lines

  Driving Conditions   -   Wisconsin Department of Transportation

  Maps of Wisconsin [ Uni Texas   -   Perry-Castaņeda Library   -   Map Collection ]


  Travel Wisconsin
Looking for a place to visit that's quintessential Wisconsin? "Woods and water" are two of the many reasons Wisconsin has become the Midwest's vacation playground, and nowhere is the water more celebrated, cherished and enjoyed than in the state's Harbor Towns.

  Government State of Wisconsin

  City of Madison   -   State Capital Wisconsin
Madison was created in 1836 when a former federal judge named James Duane Doty purchased over a thousand acres (4 kmē) of swamp and forest land surrounding lakes Mendota, Monona, Kegonsa, and Waubesa, then known as the Four Lakes region, with the intention of building a new city on the site.

  Central Wisconsin   -   see Places to Visit
Adams-Friendship Area, Algoma & Kewaunee, Alma & Pepin Area, Appleton & Fox Cities, Black River Falls & Jackson County, Calumet County, Chippewa Falls Area, Eau Claire Area, Fond du Lac Area, Green Bay Area, Green Lake Area, Hudson & St. Croix Area, Juneau County Area, LaCrosse & Onalaska, Manitowoc Area, Marshfield, Menomonie Area, Neillsville & Clark County, Oshkosh Area, Prescott, River Falls Area, Sheboygan Area, Sparta & Tomah Area, Stevens Point Area, Trempealeau & Fountain City, Two Rivers, Waupaca Area, Wausau Area, Waushara County Area and Wisconsin Rapids Area
  Northern Wisconsin   -   see Places to Visit
Antigo & Langlade County, Ashland Area, Bayfield & Madeline Island, Cable Area, Crandon, Door County, Eagle River, Grantsburg & Burnett County, Hayward Area, Iron County, Lac du Flambeau, Ladysmith & Rusk County, Marinette Area, Medford & Taylor County, Minocqua, Oconto Area, Phillips, Park Falls & Price County, Rhinelander, Rice Lake & Barron County, Spooner & Washburn County, Shawano & Menominee Counties, St. Croix Falls & Polk County, Sturgeon Bay, Superior Area, Tomahawk & Merrill Area, Vilas County.
  Southern Wisconsin   -   see Places to Visit
Baraboo, Beloit, Brookfield, Cambridge, Cassville, Cedarburg, Delafield, Eagle & East Troy, Fort Atkinson & Lake Mills, Germantown, Grant County, Horicon Marsh & Dodge County, Janesville, Kenosha Area, Kickapoo Valley & Virocqua Area, Lafayette County, Lake Geneva Area, Madison, Milwaukee, Mineral Point & Dodgeville Area, Monroe & New Glarus Area, Mt Horeb, Platteville, Port Washington, Portage, Prairie du Chien Area, Racine Area, Richland Center Area, Sauk-Prairie Area, Spring Green, Waukesha Area, West Bend and Wisconsin Dells Area

  Central Plain Wisconsin
For the most part, the Central Plain is a rural area of farmland and forests. Population is sparse. The city of Eau Claire is located on the southern border of the plain's northwest end, and is the region's largest city. Other principal cities in the Central Plain region include Chippewa Falls and Menomonie in the northwest, as well as Stevens Point and Wisconsin Rapids along the Wisconsin River.
  Eastern Ridges and Lowlands
The Eastern Ridges and Lowlands is a geographical region in the eastern part of the state, between the Bay of Green Bay in the north and the state border with Illinois border in the south. Lake Michigan lies to the east of the region.
The majority of the region is covered by farmland. Many of Wisconsin's largest cities are located in the Eastern Ridges and Lowlands region, including Milwaukee, Madison, Green Bay, Kenosha, Racine, Appleton, and many more. The abundance of cities in the area make it Wisconsin's most populous region.
  Lake Superior Lowland
The Lake Superior Lowland, also known as the Superior Coastal Plain, is a geographical region located in the far northern part of the state bordering Lake Superior and does not extend beyond 20 miles from the Lake Superior shore.
Woodlands cover most of the Lake Superior Lowland. The region is sparsely populated. Two Ojibwa Indian reservations are located along the shores of Lake Superior, the Bad River Indian Reservation and the Red Cliff Indian Reservation. The largest city in the area is Superior. Other cities include Ashland and Washburn.
  Northern Highland Wisconsin
The region stretches from the state border with Minnesota in the west to the Michigan border in the east, and from Douglas and Bayfield Counties in the north to Wood and Portage Counties in the south.
The largest city in the region is Wausau. Other principal cities include Merrill, Rhinelander, and Ladysmith. Despite the absence of large cities, tourism is an important part of the local economy. The region's numerous lakes and forests make it a popular destination for outdoor enthusiasts during the summer season.
  Western Upland Wisconsin
The Western Upland is a geographical region covering much of the western half of the state. It stretches from St. Croix County in the north to the state border with Illinois in the south, and from Rock County in the east to the Mississippi River in the west.
The largest city in the Western Upland is Janesville in the extreme southeast corner of the region. La Crosse occupies a more central position along the Mississippi River. Other principal cities include Beloit, Monroe, Platteville, and Sparta.

  Appleton   -   Appleton
  Beloit   -   Beloit
  Eau Claire   -   Eau Claire
  Fond du Lac   -   Fond Du Lac
  Green Bay   -   Green Bay
  Janesville   -   Janesville
  Kenosha   -   Kenosha
  La Crosse   -   La Crosse
  Madison   -   Madison
  Manitowoc   -   Manitowoc
  Milwaukee   -   Milwaukee
  Oshkosh   -   Oshkosh
  Racine   -   Racine
  Sheboygan   -   Sheboygan
  Stevens Point   -   Stevens Point
  Superior   -   Superior
  Waukesha   -   Waukesha
  Wausau   -   Wausau
  Wauwatosa   -   Wauwatosa
  West Allis   -   West Allis
  West Bend   -   West Bend
  Wisconsin Dells   -   Wisconsin Dells [ Water Park Capital of the World ]

  Attractions   -   Wisconsin Tourism Attractions Association
Here you'll find an abundance of natural wonders, scenic river waterways, spectacular underground caverns, amazing technical wizardry, sensational water activities, brilliant laser lights and unique architectural marvels.
Whether you choose to sample Wisconsin's famous festivals, explore nationally recognized museums, taste a luscious cream puff at the state fair or cheer for the home sports team, you will feel a sense of wonder at the diverse entertainment they have to offer you.
  Magazine   -   Lake Magazine   -   Resort Lifestyle on Lake Michigan
  News   -
Appleton Post-Crescent, Green Bay Press-Gazette, Fond du Lac Reporter, Oshkosh Northwestern, Manitowoc Herald Times Reporter, Marshfield News-Herald, Sheboygan-Press, Stevens Point Journal, Wausau Daily Herald, Wisconsin Rapids Daily Tribune.
  News   -   Journal Sentinel Online [ Milwaukee ]
  Native American Tourism of Wisconsin
  Noah's Ark   -   Noah's Ark Water Park
Noah's Ark is the world's largest water park, with over 40 water slides and dozens of other various attractions. Located in the city of Wisconsin Dells, Noah's Ark is a popular tourist attraction.
  Racine Zoo
The Racine Zoological Gardens is located on the shores of Lake Michigan on the north side of downtown. Covering 32 acres, the Zoo is home to over 250 animals representing 76 species. Here you will find giraffes, lions, rhinos, orangutans, kangaroos and more, living in exhibit spaces designed to imitate natural surroundings.
  Skiing Wisconsin   -   Little Switzerland Ski Area  -  ski resort in Slinger
Little Switzerland has a front side and a back side to the hill, with different attractions on each side.
  University Wisconsin   -   University of Wisconsin-Madison

Cuisine  -  Wisconsin Recipes

Known as "America's Dairyland," Wisconsin is known for cheese. Citizens of Wisconsin are referred to as Wisconsinites, although a common nickname (sometimes used pejoratively) among non-residents is "Cheeseheads," due to the prevalence and quality of cheesemaking in the state.

  Penzeys Spices   -   see Recipes and Past Recipes [ bottom page ]
  The Bratwurst Pages
Check out the Wisconsin Recipe Pages for more on Wisconsin cuisine, Wisconsin recipes, and cooking tips!
Why the Bratwurst Pages? Because bratwurst is the party food of Wisconsin. Because it's the world's best -tasting sausage, the memory of which causes great angst among expatriate Wisconsinites. Because the website owners have a passion for bratwurst, and want you to cook them right, for your maximum enjoyment . They hope that you'll enjoy the bratwurst pages, and remember to eat bratwurst anywhere else, but don't eat them at your computer. It's hard to clean the juices from your keyboard.
  Wisconsin Apple Growers Association   -   see Recipes
Ordering the WAGA Apple Cookbook is possible.
  Wisconsin Beef Council   -   your source for recipes, nutritional information and more!
Cuts, Cooking mehtods, Meal Ideas, Lean 'n Healthy, Rubd & Marinades, Kid friendly.
  Wisconsin Berry Growers Association   -   see 'General Information'
  Wisconsin Cranberry Growers Association   -   Cooking with cranberries
Mmmmm?your kitchen never smelled so good! Cranberry muffins baking in the oven, fresh cranberry pie cooling on the counter, and tantalizing chocolate-covered cranberries quickly disappearing from the table!
Cranberries add tangy flavor to everything from stuffing and sauces to beverages and barbecues. They make everyday relishes, mouth-watering. And, of course, they add a touch of the extraordinary to dessert.
Cranberry Muffins, Chocolate Covered Cranberries, Cranberry Steamed Pudding, Oatmeal Cranberry White Chocolate Chunk Cookies, Blue Ribbon Cranberry Chicken, and more
  Wisconsin Milk Marketing Board   -   see Recipes   -   mmm... Wisconsin Cheese!
If cheese is "milk's leap toward immortality," then cooking with Wisconsin's more than 500 varieties, types and styles of cheese might be yours.
Versatile cheese complements everything from vegetables to meat. Quickly search hundreds of recipes featuring cheese from Wisconsin.
  Wisconsin Pork Association   -   Recipes
Grilled Bratwurst with Onions Braised in Beer and Mustard, PDQ Barbecue Pork Chops, Black Pepper Chops with Molasses Butter, and more.

  Wisconsin Restaurant Association

  Cuisine of the Midwestern United States

History of Wisconsin

  Wisconsin Historical Society
  History of Wisconsin - Wikipedia
Pre-Columbian history [ Exploration and colonization, French exploration, French colonization, The British period ], The territorial period [ War of 1812, The lead boom, Indian wars, Territorial status ], Statehood [ Admittance into Union ], References

  National Park Service  -  Links to the past
Explore America's cultural resources - buildings, landscapes, archeological sites, ethnographic resources, objects and documents, structures and districts.

Music, Art & Culture, Entertainment

People of German ancestry are the largest ancestry group most of the state, with about half of the state's white population reporting at least partial German ancestry on the Census, and Wisconsin is widely regarded as the most "German-American" state in the Union (although North Dakota, with 43.9% German ancestry, can also make this claim). People of Scandinavian descent, especially Norwegians, are heavily concentrated in some western parts of the state. Wisconsin also has the highest percentage of residents of Polish ancestry of any state. Menominee county is the only county in the eastern United States with an American Indian majority.

  Great Lakes Culture Program
  Henry Maier Festival Park, Milwauki
Summerfest, African World Festival, Arab World Fest, Asian Moon Festival, Festa Italliana, German Fest, Indian Summer, Irish Fest, Mexican Fiesta, Polish Fest  -  see Summerfest.
  Lake Magazine   -   see 'Events'

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