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Travel & Adventure
As the old saying goes: A great adventure is only as good as who you get to share it with. And thanks to a handful of wonderful, animal-loving hotels all throughout the state, you can seamlessly bring your pup`s along on your next travel excursion. Here are some of Wisconsin’s best dog-friendly hotels.
Convenience and comfort converge to every lodger’s delight at Aloft Green Bay. The boutique hotel is easily accessible from the city’s downtown, the Titletown district, The National Shrine of Our Lady of Good Help and several other popular attractions in the Fox River Region.
Among some of Wisconsin’s most unique and nature-focused activities is bird watching. In fact, many researchers and bird enthusiasts actually flock to the state to admire the eclectic mix of bird species that can be observed all across Wisconsin. Here are five of the best birding hotspots to visit.
Snow-capped mountains and blistering, winter bluffs are abundant in the more remote corners of Wisconsin. Here are some of the best ski resorts to visit this winter.
Aloft Milwaukee Downtown—located in the center of the downtown area on the Milwaukee Riverwalk—will put you in the middle of the city known for its rich history, unparalleled fine brewing techniques, and reputation as a manufacturing powerhouse.
Located near the Hilldale Shopping Center and just minutes from downtown Madison is the SpringHill Suites by Marriott® Madison—a 3-star, Art Deco hotel that features modern amenities and spacious suites.
Whether it’s through a road trip or an adventurous hike, the state has so many beautiful state parks and communities that boast picturesque fall foliage.
Located in the heart of Wisconsin’s Capitol on Lake Mendota, The Edgewater is Madison’s only AAA Four Diamond Hotel & Spa and is one of the Historic Hotels of America.
Looking to tee up this weekend? These four Milwaukee County Parks public golf courses provide a challenge, a history lesson and wallet-friendly green fees for your Sunday Fun Day.