Visiting Wisconsin

Wisconsin can go from pastoral to metropolitan in a short drive. To take advantage of all it has to offer, you can settle in to one of the many cabin rentals in Wisconsin and use it as a home base to set off from and explore.

Regions for Wisconsin Rentals

Find Wisconsin vacation rentals in the following regions:

Central Wisconsin - Fifteen Native American casinos add excitement to Green Bay’s many other attractions.Northern Wisconsin - Home to winery tours in the warmer months and snowmobiling competitions in the colder, there’s always an opportunity to enjoy the natural beauty of Northern Wisconsin. Southern Wisconsin - Not to be missed is Frank Lloyd Wright’s masterpiece -- and his own home -- Taliesin.Wisconsin cabin and cottage rentals make already-friendly Wisconsin feel like home to visitors year-round.

Sightseeing in Wisconsin

Wisconsin vacation rentals give you access to activities that you wouldn’t expect - a gangster tour, an underwater search for shipwrecks, drive-in theaters - and put you in the center of popular events and destinations.

The Milwaukee Art Museum houses nearly 20,000 works that range from the ancient to the contemporary and is one of the few places in the United States to see the work of world-renowned architect Santiago Calatrava.

Madison offers a rich cultural life with the Madison Symphony Orchestra (performing September through May), the Madison Ballet and the Madison Opera.

Outdoor Fun in Wisconsin

Golf is a popular pastime in Wisconsin. Courses old and new dot the landscape. Find a Wisconsin cottage rental central to a few links you want to hit.

The weather in May through October makes it a perfect time to catch a hot air balloon ride in Lake Geneva, Oxford or Brillion. Rather fly through the air while tethered to something? Parasailing adventures can be had in Ephraim, Wisconsin Dells, Fontana and Lake Delton.

Wisconsin’s great outdoors leaves plenty of space for outdoor entertainment. Wisconsin vacation rentals can be found near all of them. For plein air theater,  Spring Green is home to Shakespearean company, the American Players Theatre, which produces five plays (not just Shakespeare) throughout the summer; in Door County, the Peninsula Players and American Folklore Theater cover comedy through tragedy; and Northern Wisconsin’s Lake Superior Big Top Chautauqua has a full summer season of concerts, plays, lectures and musicals.

Looking to jazz things up? Catch the Great River Jazz Fest in LaCrosse, the Historic Third Ward Jazz Festival in Milwaukee or the Ziegler Kettle Moraine Jazz Festival in West Bend.

Other Activities in Wisconsin

The Wisconsin Dells are home to the only ayurvedic spa in Wisconsin. Head to the Sundara Spa for a massage and a purifying bath and then settle in to the comfort of your own Wisconsin cottage rental.

Shopping in Wisconsin

From the upscale shopping of Milwaukee’s Historic Third Ward to Mineral Point’s enclave of artists, shopping is plentiful near all Wisconsin vacation rentals. Stockholm Pottery and Mercantile is a great place to pick up locally made crafts and while you’re there you can drop by the Stockholm Pie Company and bring some tasty treats back to your Wisconsin cabin rental.

Food and Dining in Wisconsin

Of course known as the cheese state, Wisconsin produces over 600 varieties. You can sample it at one of the many farmer’s markets, on a dairy farm tour or at a supper club along with a Milwaukee brew.

Wisconsin Weather

All four seasons can be experienced from Wisconsin vacation rentals. Chilly temps in the teens in the winter are perfect to take advantage of a range of winter sports and provide a scenic backdrop for holiday events in charming Door County, while mild summers that average around 66 degrees let you bike and hike along Wisconsin’s many rivers.

Wisconsin Vacation Rentals

You can’t go wrong year-round with a Wisconsin vacation rental. You can make yourself at home in a Wisconsin cabin or cottage rental and sample the foods and culture around you like a native.

When to Visit Wisconsin Rentals

Snowy winters make cabin rentals in Wisconsin enticing. You can take advantage of downhill skiing, cross-country skiing and snowmobiling. Eleven Native American tribes call Wisconsin home and you can use the temperate spring to visit them and sample organic veggies, admire native crafts and enjoy a hike. Summer in Wisconsin is a perfect time for a sail and to visit a scenic lighthouse. The Harley-Davidson Museum is the place to go to find fellow enthusiasts to join you on an autumn ride through picturesque Wisconsin.
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