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No better place to get outside than Wisconsin. Whatever season you choose, a vacation to outdoor Wisconsin will keep you busy with activity and adventure.
Whether it be a family vacation, a romantic getaway, or an overdue motorcycle excursion, your time in Wisconsin is sure to impress. Check out the snowmobile trails of Eagle River in northern Wisconsin – known as the Snowmobile Capital of the World. Rent a machine and tour the snowy Midwest during your winter getaway, or choose from snowshoeing, ice fishing, and cross-country skiing. Waiting for it to warm up?
Then head to the 400-acre Fox Brook Park in Brookfield – just west of Milwaukee. Try fishing for perch in Fox Brook Lake, enjoying a game of volleyball, or just stretching out on the sand for a little “you” time. Even sailing is available, as well as golfing, biking and hiking.
Wisconsin is also home to the Waterpark Capital of the World – otherwise known as Wisconsin Dells. Set in the southern part of the state, Wisconsin Dells encompasses more than four waterparks – including the largest waterpark in the country, Noah’s Ark Waterpark. Once in Wisconsin Dells, you can also try zip lining, fishing, and exploring nearby state parks.
Never a dull moment in Wisconsin, so start planning your trip to the Badger State.
Beaches in Brookfield – what better way to spend your summer in Wisconsin? Just west of Milwaukee, Brookfield is an ideal summer getaway for those looking to spend some time outdoors. Fox Brook Park has it all. Choose from biking, hiking, golfing and even sailing in in Fox Brook Lake – all set in northwest Brookfield. Fox Brook Park is known for its 400-acre beach – complete with volleyball nets, sunny spots for sunbathers, and some prime sandcastle real estate.
Reel in some bass, bluegill, and perch when fishing in Fox Brook Lake, and enjoy paddle-boating, swimming or scuba diving. Pack a lunch for the designated picnic areas, and get a great view of the whole park from the observation decks. Fox Brook Park is open from June through August, so take advantage of summer memories in Brookfield.
A quaint town in northern Wisconsin, Eagle River is an outdoor escape where visitors are encouraged to take advantage of recreational opportunities in the scenic Northwoods wilderness. Summer and winter alike, Eagle River travelers have a full schedule of fishing, hunting, and of course, snowmobiling. Known as the Snowmobile Capital of the World, Eagle River is home to the World Championship Snowmobile Derby, the Eagle River 500, and the Women on Snow snowmobiling event.
Check out the Have Sled Will Travel Snowmobile Tours company – great for beginners and vacationing families. Another option for snowmobiling in Eagle River is Decker Sno Venture Tours, as well as the Eagle River Snowmobile Touring Company. But winter fun doesn’t have to end with snowmobiling – choose form cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, and even ice fishing during your time in Eagle River.
Don’t leave your winter vacation in Eagle River without a trip to the Ice Palace – constructed annually by the residents of Eagle River. Pack up the family and head to the Northwoods region of Wisconsin – where every day is a snow day.
Wisconsin Dells – the Waterpark Capital of the World – is the ideal summer getaway for a Midwest vacation. Choose from golf, fishing and zip-line tours, as well as water parks galore. Spend a day at the Mt. Olympus Water & Theme Park in Wisconsin Dells for indoor and outdoor waterpark fun. See if you can go down all 37 waterslides, or take the little ones to one of three play areas. Relax in one of three lazy rivers, or take on the wave in Poseidon’s Rage wave pool – a pride of the Mt. Olympus Water Park.
Not wet enough? Take the family to Noah’s Ark Waterpark – America’s Largest Waterpark – and spend the day on 49 waterslides, including the first looping waterslide, the Scorpion Trail. Let the kids loose in the Tadpole Bay Kiddie Play Area, or get some sun on one of two never-ending lazy rivers. Calling all fishermen – head to the many fishing spots in southern Wisconsin. Make your way to Lake Delton and fish for northern pike, walleye, and bass, or set up shop along the Wisconsin River for panfish, musky and sturgeon.
A plethora of nearby state parks also provide fishing spots like Devil’s Lake State Park and Rocky Arbor State Park. For more outdoor fun in Wisconsin Dells, try golf at the Woods Family Course at the Wilderness, or the Trappers Turn Golf Course. Sign up for para-sailing at Lake Delton, or rent some jet skies for a day on Mirror Lake. With so much to do this summer, you’ll hope fall never shows up.