Scenic Wisconsin, famous for cheesemaking, wineries and backwater country with great lakes and forests is this and a great deal more.

From the many tribes that used to make their homes here, there is Native American culture apparent in nearly every aspect of Wisconsin, from its architecture, to the place names, many of which are from native American languages and words.

Near Milwaukee Wisconsin

 Its may towns and lake side retreats offer a great deal more than cheese.
Oshkosh, on the shores of Lake Winnebago, which is just north of Milwaukee is host to the worlds largest meeting of aviators yearly, in July and August, with the total number of aircraft that attend the meetings now being usually over 10 thousand each year.
Also in Oshgosh is the Air Adventure Museum, which is well worth your time to peruse.

Eagle River Wisconsin offers a beauty that is unsurpassed elasewhere and each year it is home to myriad wildlife, including moose, whitetail, bear and so much more as well as having been called the snowmobile capital of the world.

Upper St Croix Lake In Solon Springs, Wisconsin

This may be due to the fact that the snowfall is consistent yearly and that there are well over 500 miles of snowmobile trails networked together to permit nearly unlimited use of the vehicles.

Summer and winter you will find a way to take full advantage of the largest inland chain of lakes in the United States. Twenty eight freshwater lakes will make the Eagle river chain your favorite haunt, whether you are there for the amazing fishing of Musky, walleye or bass that come in trophy size, or simply for the skiiing and the breathtaking view, part of which may include the viewing of some of the pairs of Eagles that nest and live along the  waters.

View of the Eagle area

Door County, a peninsula that juts out over Lake Michigan to the north of Milwaukee, is a land of apple and cherry trees, trout streams and  marinas which also house several diving schools.

A  local speciality is a fish stew of trout, onions and potatoes. One of the most stimulating ways of exploring this most refreshing stretch of country is by bicycle.

The chief places attractions here are Sturgeon Bay  and Baileys Harbor on Lake Michigan where there is a ferry to carry you to Washington Island, which was originally founded by Icelanders, and where you can find Rock Island State Park.

Among some of the other treats to visit while you are in the area are the Apostle Islands National park, and when you are ready for a bit of city life, take the family to a viewing of one of the many productions that can be seen at the First Stage Children’s Theater

Wisconsin has something for everyone, any time of the year.

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