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About Wisconsin

Wisconsin can go from pastoral to metropolitan in a short drive. The residents are friendly and the food is fattening, but it truly is an amazing area to visit. With lakes scattered throughout the state, as well as neighboring Great Lakes, plus dozens of sports team and one huge univerisity, Wisconsin has so much to offer beyond farmland. To take advantage of all it has, you can settle in to one of the many cabin or home rentals in Wisconsin and use it as a base to set off from and explore.


Wisconsin's continental climate means this state enjoys a little bit of everything, weather-wise. Summers are generally warm and pleasant, while the area is covered with a thick blanket of white snow in winter. Because of Wisconsin's hearty winters and heavy snowfall, this state is a popular destination for snowboarders and other winter sports enthusiasts. Average temperatures in the summer fall into the 60-to-70-degree range, with temperatures climbing to over 90 degrees for approximately two weeks in the south and two to four days in the colder northern region. Winters are extremely cold in Wisconsin, with temperatures staying in the teens and single digits and occasionally falling to as low as minus 30 or lower.


Wisconsinites love to party and play sports. Be sure to visit during the fall for Green Bay Packers season, and go see Lambeau Field, a once-in-a-lifetime trip. Another summer/fall sports visit would be to the University of Wisconsin where their home games are just as well attended as the NFL teams in the area. In the wintertime, the Snowmobile Derby in Eagle River and The Big Chill (a snow sculpting tournamnet in Racine) both attract thousands of visitors. The American Birkebeiner in Cable, Wisconsin is a cross-country skiing marathon that draws a global crowd. The Country USA Festival takes place in June in Oshkosh and features top acts from the country music scene. Milwaukee Summerfest is a huge celebration of everyone's favorite season with food, music, and almost 1 million patrons on the shores of Lake Michigan. For those with more bucolic tastes, check out the Lumberjack World Championships (June in Hayward) or the Wisconsin State Fair (West Allis in August). Lastly, head to La Crosse in October for the Wisconsin Oktoberfest with all the beer and brats your body can handle. 


Of course known as the cheese state, Wisconsin produces over 600 varieties. You can sample it at one of the many farmer’s ...

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