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    Wisconsin Travel Guide

    In May of 1848, Wisconsin became the 30th state, and since then has become a major manufacturing of goods. The state continues to move "Forward", as is its motto in fields that include agriculture, mining, and shipping. Along with a diverse landscape offering plenty of recreation to enjoy, festive events, entertainment, and attractions, Wisconsin also has a vibrant history that includes 11 resident Indian tribes. And, among these tribes the Ho-Chunk Tribe and their ancestors are the oldest, and have called the state home for over 500 years. Whether you're looking for camping, and recreation, attractions or want to discover Wisconsin's historic treasures, you'll find there's more than imagined to enjoy on your trip!

    Explore Wisconsin's Backyard:

    Relax At Wisconsin's Campgrounds And RV Parks, And Enjoy Many Activities

    Bayfield - View Fine Arts, Crafts, Enjoy Music And More At The Bayfield Apple Festival

    Mushers And Dogs Get Ready To Run In The Apostle Islands Sled Dog Race

    Cable and Haywood - Northwoods Art Tours

    Fred Scheers Lumberjack Show

    Fresh Water Fishing Hall of Fame

    Namakagon Historical and Cable Natural History Museums

    Door County - Exploring The Lighthouses Of Door County With Journalist, Marie Bartlett

    Journalist, Marie Bartlett Shares Dining Destinations In Door County

    Fort Atkinson - Performances At The First Stage Children’s Theater and Fireside Theatre

    Kenosha - Join 16th Century Court Dancers, Knighting Ceremonies, And More At The Bristol Renaissance Faire

    Madison - Memorable Weekend Getaways In Madison, Wisconsin

    Milwaukee - Join The Milwaukee Irish Fest In Mid August

    Port Washington - Duluth Trading Company Open In Port Washington