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Wisconsin Travel Tips

Seasons to Visit Wisconsin Vacation Rentals

Wisconsin is located in the far northern part of the United States and bordered by Lake Michigan to the east and Lake Superior to the north. The state has a humid continental climate which can experience temperature extremes. Winters are long and icy with heavy snowfalls throughout the region. The summer months are warm and the ideal time of year to enjoy various water sport activities near Lake Michigan vacation rentals in Wisconsin. The peak summer travel season is during the school vacation period. July and August see many families heading to the lakes' shores to enjoy some relaxing vacation time together. The winter months also attract many visitors due to the many snow sports available during this season.

Things to See and Do near Wisconsin Cabins

If you are interested in sightseeing then the state of Wisconsin won't disappoint you. Tourism is one of the main activities of Wisconsin and there are a wealth of interesting attractions and activities available. In Milwaukee, you will find the uniquely designed art museum. Here, you can browse both modern and contemporary works of art. On the far western side of Milwaukee are the County Zoological Gardens. This is a beautiful location to relax a while, enjoy a picnic and soak up the summer sun in between your sightseeing. The Vilas Zoo is a great place to spend the day with the family. If you have a strong interest in architecture, you can visit the home and studio of famous architect Frank Lloyd Wright in Taliesin near Spring Green. If you are traveling during the summer months, you can enjoy one of the many music festivals that take place annually in Wisconsin. Most of the concerts feature country music artists and are accompanied by a whole range of other activities and festivities.

Sport is a big part of the local culture and Wisconsin is represented in the three major leagues. On a weekend, you can buy tickets for a game at Lambeau Field which is in Green Bay and watch some impressive touchdowns. One of Wisconsin's great attractions is Lake Michigan. During the summer months, many families head up to the lake shore to enjoy an extended family vacation. Activities include boating, swimming and fishing. Many of the homes have jetties where you can moor your boat for the duration of your stay. This will save you from having to go to the boat launch every day. Another favorite family vacation destination are Wisconsin Dells vacation rentals for year-round indoor water parks and outdoor fun. In the winter months, there are many snow sports available. Snowmobiling trails cross the countryside. Nordic skiing and snowshoeing are also popular sports.

Visitors to Wisconsin Lodging

Wisconsin has something for everyone, from museums and sports to wide open spaces. Water sports enthusiasts can spend their summer days on the lakes and rivers enjoying their favorite activities. Wisconsin is the ideal family vacation destination. There are enough different activities to keep everyone occupied. The more remote northern areas provide ample opportunities for exploring nature trails and watching wildlife. Those that enjoy the outdoors will be spoiled for choice with the vast number of trails available.

Getting to Wisconsin

Wisconsin has an extensive road network that is well maintained. If traveling during the colder winter months, it is advisable to check up on the weather and road conditions before heading out. The two major airports are located in Milwaukee and Madison. These airports host regional and domestic flights from major cities in the United States. If you are traveling from further afield, you may consider flights into the larger international airports in either Chicago or Minneapolis St. Paul. MSP provides easy access to the northern parts of Wisconsin. Chicago is an alternative travel hub into the southern region.

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