Take a two-wheeling trip back through time and across some of the state’s most scenic hills and valleys.
Birdwatchers flock to leks, or prairie chicken mating grounds, in central Wisconsin each year.
The Menominee River forms part of Wisconsin’s border with the Upper Peninsula. It also provides some of the best guided white-water rafting in the state.
The nearly 2,000-acre preserve is a diverse mix of landscapes — prairie, oak savanna, stands of trees, wetland marshes and two streams — cradled between the Baraboo Hills and the Wisconsin River.
Spend the day lounging on the sandy 2-mile beach or hiking the cordwalk through the dunes.
Iron County boasts a wide array of waterfall-watching opportunities. Half the fun is actually finding them.
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