Some of Wisconsin's popular destinations include...
The largest city in Wisconsin, Milwaukee is located
in the southeastern portion of the state on the shore of Lake Michigan. Rich
in charming ethnic neighborhoods and heritage, the home of Miller beer and Harley-Davidson
motorcycles, Milwaukee is the place to come for a distinctive mix of diversions.
The city's spectacular Lake Michigan shoreline hosts a summer-long schedule
of festivals, including the world's biggest outdoor music gig, Summerfest, and
more than a dozen ethnic festivals.
Built on an isthmus between lakes Monona and Mendota, Madison
is renowned for its beautiful scenery. A total of five area lakes and over 200
parks provide an abundance of year-round outdoor activities. Known as an ideal
mid-size city for outdoor sports enthusiasts, Madison offers a full menu of
winter recreation, from ice skating at the picturesque Tenney Park pond to cross-country
skiing on a number of groomed trails in the area.
Established in 1634 on the shores of Lake Michigan, Green Bay is the oldest
settlement in the Midwest. Visitors can explore historic buildings at Heritage
Hill State Historical Park, ride the rails at the National Railroad Museum or
experience Native American culture at the Oneida Nation Museum. Green Bay offers
visitors a variety of attractions, shops, restaurants and entertainment. The
premiere sports venue in Green Bay is football with the Green Bay Packers being
a source of pride for the city.
Wisconsin Dells boasts an estimated
5 million annual visitors. With 18 indoor waterparks and 3 outdoor waterparks,
Wisconsin Dells proclaims itself as the "Waterpark Capital of the World".
It is home to the largest outdoor water park in the U.S., Noah's Ark. It has
over 70 acres of water slides. The Dells is also home to some of the nation's
largest indoor Waterpark resorts, like the Kalahari Resort, the Great Wolf Lodge,
Chula Vista Resort and the Wilderness Resort.