Wisconsin has garnered fame for its dairy and professional sports---but it’s also full of fantastic vacation destinations. While the state is part of the Midwest, it’s marked by snowy winters, dense forests, and vast lake shores. Travelers from Milwaukee, Green Bay, Madison, and beyond venture out to Wisconsin’s vacation rentals and cabins for restful retreats, many of which are accented by the state’s many lakes.
Wisconsin lake vacationers have a multitude of options during the state’s sunny summers. In particular, the Eagle River area, surrounded by 28 lakes, has gained great popularity in recent years among travelers and retirees alike. Snowmobiling, sledding, and cozy evenings by the fireplace define winter visits to Eagle River and its neighbors, like Three Lakes and Sayner.
If you’re traveling with kids, consider taking a trip to The Dells, near Lake Delton and dubbed the “Water Park Capital of the World.” For a unique and eclectic vibe, check out all that scenic Door County has to offer, just north of Green Bay on a peninsula Lake Michigan.
Nature lovers and adventurous travelers should explore Apostle Islands National Lakeshore, one of Michigan’s greatest natural treasures. This protected area is home to sandstone caves, which turn to ice caves under the right winter conditions. Lighthouses, old growth forests, and striking cliffs await curious visitors---don’t forget your camera.
There’s so much Wisconsin beauty to explore, and the best way to do it is from the comfort of a cabin or vacation rental. Book today and let the adventure begin.