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Recent Wisconsin reviews

  • Great Family Vacation

    "LOVED THIS PLACE.... We had a wonderful time. The cabin is very spacious and Rest Lake is a great body of water. Fishing was great, we even have a video of an Eagle catching a fish. Everything you need is there, you are so close to the town of Manitowish Waters. (the town pretty much closes down at 8pm so if you need something make sure you go before 8) I almost don't want to give it such a great review so we can keep this place to ourselves. The boathouse roof was the perfect spot for morning coffee and the swimming area by the dock is very sandy. It was very cool in the evenings when we were there so we were able to take full advantage of the beautiful fireplace. Thanks for such a great place!"
    Guest: Powers Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: August 20, 2014
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  • Doesn't get any better than this!

    "We are vacation home owners with vrbo.com 381131 as well and decided to rent this home to celebrate my mother's 75th birthday with our Spooner, Wi relatives. Everything was perfect! This cabin, the lake view, fishing pier and firepit are amazing! The owners are phenomenal! Will definately be back!"
    Guest: Countryview . Date of Stay: October 2014 Review Submitted: October 21, 2014
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  • God's Special Creation

    "While this cabin claims to be one of God's Special Creations, she apparently was too busy creating this fine spot to provide good weather - we had 40's and rain for 3 days. We enjoyed our stay despite the weather - it's all about attitude. The weather gave us plenty of time to enjoy the beautiful inside of this domicile, as well as explore the covered bridges in the nearby national forest, shop in Minocqua and read, read, read. I recommend LOST IN THE WILD from the cabin bookshelf - I read all 225 pages in one day. We found the hosts to be gracious and accommodating, the cabin spotless, the view calming, and the road to the cabin loaded with turkeys! We would stay here again."
    Guest: borzy Date of Stay: September 2014 Review Submitted: September 16, 2014
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  • Door County Getaway

    "Wow, a blend of the past and the present! Take an 1860s school house log cabin and combine it with all the modern conveniences of today and you have the Larsen log cabin. Surround sound, built in inside and outside speakers, satellite, wifi and don't forget about the hot tub. All that awaits for you when you finally return from all the outdoor activities that Door County has to offer. Can't say thanks enough for the wonderful stay in Egg Harbor, thank you Paul."
    Guest: Joe L. Date of Stay: October 2014 Review Submitted: October 20, 2014
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Wisconsin Travel Tips

No matter what type of adventures you’re looking for, Wisconsin is sure to give you what you want. Thanks to its varied terrain, outdoor and indoor adventures are plentiful here, and its combination of populous cities and charming small towns makes it a great place for those looking to get away or immerse themselves in a new city’s culture. If you can’t decide which Wisconsin destination to visit, look into these cities:

Lake Geneva

Lake Geneva is found in the southern part of the state near the border with Illinois. There are several restaurants in this town to enjoy, including family eateries such as Margot’s Restaurant, Popeye’s on Lake Geneva, Pier 290 and Clausing Barn Resaurant. A family meal at Pier 290 will sit you along the shores of Geneva Lake where you can enjoy the rustling of the waters as you munch on a delicious meal of American cuisine. Before you stop and eat at Clausing Barn Restaurant, be sure to take a tour of the 19th-century museum and walk through the grounds of Old World Wisconsin, where you can learn more about the state’s early beginnings of rural and immigrant life. Art lovers should stop by the many galleries and exhibits in the city, including Geneva Art Pottery, Maple Park Antiques and Lake Geneva Antique and Art Bazaar. At these locations, you can purchase items and browse through the works of local talent. If you’re really itching to visit the big city while staying in Lake Geneva, Chicago is only an hour and a half away by car.

Milwaukee

Milwaukee may be best-known for its delicious taps from breweries large and small alike, but this beautiful city also sits along the shores of Lake Michigan and features many attractions for everyone. Children will enjoy the Milwaukee County Zoo as they pick out their favorite animals. They’ll also love the science and technology at their fingertips with a trip to Discovery World, which can be found along the water in downtown Milwaukee. Many festivals come to Milwaukee year-round, and present a great opportunity for visitors to get out and explore the city on a deeper level. For a night of sports, you can venture out to cheer on the Milwaukee Bucks during basketball season or watch the Brewers outscore their visiting opponents. Adults can enjoy the Harley Davidson Museum, Milwaukee Theatre or the Miller Brewery Visitor Center and the Girl in the Moon Brewery Shop. Shopping is all over town and includes boutiques, brand name designers, an adorable farmers market and some of your favorite retail stores. A trip to Milwaukee will not only be the escape to the city you never knew you needed, but also a prime chance to enjoy yourself with a relaxing trip.

Madison

Madison is the capital of Wisconsin and home to several historic sites as well as the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus. Despite being a small, college city, there’s much to do in Madison, including it’s downtown area known as State Street as well as great shopping and dining destinations in the bustling Capitol Square. Don’t forget to pencil in a trip to the 100-year-old state capitol which towers over the city thanks to its gilded bronze statue. Daily tours are offered to the building’s visitors, where they can get a more in-depth look at the history behind the state and how it got to where it is today. Down the street a couple of blocks is Monona Terrace, a center designed by the famed architect Frank Lloyd Wright. He once called nearby Taliesin home and his presence is still felt in Madison and its neighboring cities. You can take a tour of the home and stand in awe at the city and lake views from the rooftop garden, the perfect place for a picnic.

Wisconsin Dells

No matter the time of year, there’s always a water adventure to be had in Wisconsin Dells. The "water park capital of the world" has indoor and outdoor water thrills which are some of the best you'll find anywhere. There are five indoor and outdoor water park attractions open to guests during the year’s warmer and cooler months, including Chula Vista, Kalahari, Mt. Olympus, Noah’s Ark and Temple of the Black Pearl at Polynesian. Noah’s Ark is the only water park in Wisconsin Dells that is open during the summer months; however, with four others to choose from, there’s still plenty of fun to be had here. Kalahari is a safari-themed attraction that includes the uphill water rollercoaster called Master Blaster, and the family raft ride, Victoria Falls.

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