by Joel Jacobson
A Wisconsin holiday is a holiday you won’t soon forget
There is so much to do in Wisconsin, so much to see, and so much beauty abounds, a Wisconsin holiday is a vacation that you will remember for a long time.
Wisconsin has four very distinct seasons. So depending upon what season you plan on taking your Wisconsin holiday will determine what activities there are available.
If you’re taking a Wisconsin holiday in the spring, the opportunities are endless.
For family fun, there are Children’s museums in cities across Wisconsin. You can freeze your shadow in place (La Crosse), trek across the longest indoor rope bridge in the U.S. (Sheboygan), and crawl around the human heart (Fox Cities).
The state parks offer a Wisconsin holiday you’ll remember with vast pine forests, rocky shorelines, and sandy beaches. Camping is very popular in the state parks which offer cascading waterfalls, hiking, biking, canoeing, and kayaking, just for starters.
If you’re a sports fan, in the spring there’s baseball and golf. Tremendous opportunities for fishing exist, and many an avid angler head for a Wisconsin holiday to take part in the numerous fishing opportunities that exist here.
In the summertime, a Wisconsin holiday is filled with possibilities. There are 15,000 lakes, two Great lakes, and more than 33,000 miles of streams to have fun fishing, swimming, skiing, or just lounging on the boat catching rays. Wisconsin has a lot of history to it, and there are plenty of historical attractions and reenactments that you can take part in and enjoy. If you’re into adventure, a Wisconsin holiday can provide just that with adventure sports like hot air ballooning, SCUBA diving, and mountain biking just to name a few.
A fall Wisconsin holiday offers some great picturesque views of the changing colors of the trees turning. There are many small towns to stop and explore while taking a leisurely fall drive. Hiking and biking trails number the hundreds for those who like to take in the scenery by bike or by foot.
There’s no lack of winter fun available for a Wisconsin holiday. There are indoor water parks in the Wisconsin Dells area where thousands of families flock to every year. North America’s largest population of wintering bald eagles is here for eagle watchers. Snow tubing and sledding is a popular activity with youngsters, and there are many places to go in Wisconsin. And, of course, there’s snowmobiling, with hundreds of miles of trails available, you can have a great time taking in all the scenery and beauty that abounds in the north woods.
A Wisconsin holiday is holiday that’s great anytime of year. There are plenty of places to see, things to do, and fun to be had. You’ll be glad you did.
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