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Recent Wisconsin reviews

  • Christmas in July

    "We all found this place to be very comfortable, very spacious, and retreat-like for our multigenerational family "Christmas in July" celebration. Raspberries and blueberries were available. Trout and bass were caught and eaten too. T-ball, badmington, frisbee throwing, and outdoor grilling when not in or on the water. Games were played at night and some even ventured out for a late night walk in the woods. Birds and foul, four footed animals, and waterfalls for viewing pleasures. The space suited us since there were 11 adults, 3 teens, 1 toddler, and an infant. The kitchen and dining rooms were a gathering space for a few of the special meals, with room for all (cooks and recipients). the pantry, refrigerator, and counter space were welcome accomodations. Even the mayfly hatch was considered fun -all of the windows were covered! "Newbies" to the area went to view the Paulding light. Some of us enjoyed the geocaching in the area, one of which included a challenging rigorous hike. Thanks for opening this home to us. Great time in a wonderful place."
    Guest: Irene Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: August 18, 2014
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  • Totally relaxing!

    "Our family really enjoyed this lake house! The linens were all crisp and new and the deck has beautiful new patio furniture. The most appreciated feature was the gradual slope to the peaceful lake, and the sandy beach for our grandson to play in. The view from the deck is exquisite! We also really appreciated having a rowboat and kayak at our disposal, and we fished right from the very sturdy dock. The owner was very accommodating and helpful and easy to reach by phone. Thanks for a wonderful vacation!"
    Guest: KAREN K. Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: August 21, 2014
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  • Peaceful cottage in the woods!

    "Of all the places we have ever stayed at in our numerous visits to Door County, this cottage will always be one our favorites. It had everything we needed plus a great location for sightseeing all of Door County. It was well furnished, had a well stocked kitchen, and comfortable beds. It was roomy and it was great to have access to a washer and dryer. We loved the solitude of being in the woods. Our visits to Door always include hiking in the state parks, but this time we brought our bikes along and took the ferry over to Washington Island and biked the perimeter of the island. That was so much fun! We also hiked at Peninsula, Potawatomi, and White Fish Dunes state parks plus we visited Cave Point county park during our three full days of sightseeing. We biked 32 miles and hiked 18 miles altogether. The fall colors were gorgeous everywhere we went. It was also so nice to come back to the cottage after our busy day to relax and enjoy our evenings. We would like to thank Charlie and Evelyn for offering this wonderful cottage as a vacation rental and we hope to stay there again the next time we visit Door County."
    Guest: Barbara S. Date of Stay: October 2014 Review Submitted: October 24, 2014
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  • Nature Lovers

    "We had a group of 13, 8 adults, 2 teens, and 3 between the ages of 2 and 5. There was plenty of room for all of us. Three nice full baths to use made it easy. We loved the large wrap around deck and all of the doors out to it from everywhere in the house. The huge island in the kitchen was fantastic for a group like ours along with the very well supplied kitchen. The yard was large and the walk to the beach was convenient. We had wonderful bike rides in the area and Green Bay, a salmon charter which gave us some delicious fish dinners, walks on the beach, toured the Manitowoc Maritime Museum and submarine, and spent a day hiking in Whitefish Dunes State Park. We had a wonderful time. I would have given five stars if we could have gotten in the water. That is one of the things we were looking forward to most but it was freezing! The view is gorgeous and all was enjoyed except for that one thing. Thank you Scott and Erika for sharing this home with us. We and our canine family enjoyed it very much!"
    Guest: Happy Hart Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: July 26, 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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