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Okee Travel Tips

Try Okee Vacation Rentals for Some Serious Water Fun

Okee, which sits on the beautiful 10,000 acre Lake Wisconsin, is an extremely popular water vacation spot. Okee, which boasts a large pier, where one can fish or swim, plus a sandy beach, and boat launches, is perfect for summer boating and fishing. For family vacation fun, an Okee vacation rental is hard to beat.

Things to Do at Lake Wisconsin Resorts

Depending upon the season, Lake Wisconsin offers many diverse activities. In winter, there is ice fishing, not to mention snowmobiling and skiing. Lake Wisconsin lies in the southeast part of Wisconsin and is known for its many coves and inlets, which makes canoeing a romantic adventure. Lake Wisconsin is also close to Devil's Lake State Park with all of its trails and wildlife attractions. For winter sports, Devil's Lake, and the nearby Cascade Mountain, offer downhill skiing, snowboarding and tubing.

Okee Lodging is Close to Fun and Entertainment

During the summer, there is plenty to do, both on and off the lake. When you are not in the water, you may want to travel a few miles to visit the famous Wollersheim Winery, The 15,000 square foot addition of this famous winery includes tasting and shopping areas, as well as an expanded area for tours. The old winery store is converted to tasting areas as well as historic displays. For fantastic fun, you can enjoy the Baraboo Circus World Museum, where the Ringling Bros. Circus was founded in Baraboo, WI, in 1884; Ringlingville was the name for the original Ringling Bros. Circus winter quarters in Baraboo. The entire area has been declared a National Historic Landmark Site, while Circus World's collection of circus artifacts is considered the largest in the world.

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