Wisconsin is home to glorious waterfront retreats, bustling family-friendly favorites, ideal getaways for adventurers and even soothing spa paradises (many of which are offering seasonal deals and packages), so grab your sunscreen and favorite paperback–and get to booking!
Travel & Adventure
Before you know it, 60-degree days will be upon us, and it’ll be high time to schedule some exploring. Whether you’re seeking a springtime retreat spent on the water, wandering through museums or booking alfresco adventures, here are our favorite Wisconsin spots to spend spring break and beyond.
Whether you’re a pro on the ice or are just dipping your toes into the water—er, ice—of the sport, you’ll find plenty of wintery destinations to visit and get your skate on. Here’s where to ice skate in Wisconsin this winter.
With perfectly frosted slopes, snowboarding in Wisconsin can feel like a dream. The state boasts a multitude of stops to get the perfect gear, thrilling trails to conquer and classes to get you up and moving like the pros.
With colder temps likely to dominate the forecast for months to come, it’s beneficial to find activities best enjoyed outdoors to prevent being stuck inside until spring arrives. The following winter sport professionals in Wisconsin are excellent resources for acquiring—or improving—one’s skiing, snowboarding, ice skating or ice fishing skills.
If you’re looking for an enchanting and cozy weekend away in Wisconsin, you can’t go wrong with a trip to Door County. During literally any season of the year, visitors are treated to picturesque nature views complemented by small town charm and a notoriously cozy community. Whether you’re cozied up with a great cup of espresso at the Door County Coffee and Tea house or you’re settling in for a charming winter evening at the White Gull Inn, you’ll be sure to have a truly quaint time. Here are some of the coziest places to visit in Door County.
Wisconsin is home to so many stunning communities, parks and wildlife preserves. So, it’s no wonder that come fall, the state transforms into an autumnal wonderland that feels less like a Midwest destination and more like a picturesque scene that’s straight out of a movie. In honor of the season, here are some of the best places to see fall leaves in Wisconsin.
Housed in Pewaukee (a smaller suburb in Milwaukee), The Ingleside Hotel is the destination in Wisconsin for a picture-perfect wedding, thrill rides at its water park, or cozying up and vacationing with your pups in style.
Within an hour’s drive south from Wisconsin’s two largest cities—Madison and Milwaukee—Lake Geneva is an idyllic getaway for those seeking a lakeside respite from city life.
Islands are prime vacation destinations any time of year, even in Northern Wisconsin. And Madeline Island—the largest and only one of the 22 Apostle Islands that has year-round residents—is no exception.