Wisconsin Travel Guide
Most of Wisconsin’s landscape was formed some 10,000 years ago by a great glacier that left in its wake 15,000 lakes, 12,624 rivers and streams, pristine prairies, and some of America's finest examples of glacial topography. Today this means endless opportunities for hiking, bicycling, canoeing, bird-watching, snowmobiling, skiing, and ice fishing.
Regions in Wisconsin
While Canoe Bay's 300 acres and three private lakes can't be transported, their posh cabin accommodations... Read more
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Finally, we arrived in Bayfield and checked into the lovely Old Rittenhouse Inn for two nights. Read more
After we left MC, our first stop was the 10am two hour boat tour of the Soo Locks in Sault Ste Marie ( the largest waterway traffic system on earth and the boat travels along the international shoreline Read more