The Regions in a nutshell
Door County, the "thumb" on the eastern side of the state, claims more miles of shoreline, state parks and lighthouses than any county in the United States. Picturesque villages feature art galleries, shops and restaurants.
Wisconsin’s Northwoods, the spectacular wooded country stretching across the northern third of the state, is a land of lush forests, sparkling lakes and rushing rivers. The area offers private cottages, resorts, guided fishing opportunities and golf, as well as outdoor recreation.
Bayfield is the gateway to the Apostle Islands National Lakeshore at Wisconsin’s northern tip which is a scenic chain of 21 islands just off the shores of the town of Bayfield. Visitors will enjoy kayaking, sailing and fishing with charter opportunities, as well as performing arts, shopping and fine dining.
Wisconsin Dells, located in southern Wisconsin, is one of the Midwest's most popular family vacation destinations. It offers the scenic Wisconsin River, flanked by 100-foot cliffs, and a multitude of attractions including river cruises, the nation’s largest waterpark and stage shows.
Wisconsin’s 300-mile Great River Road along the Mississippi River is one of the Midwest’s most scenic drives, with quaint river towns along a road etched in limestone river bluffs.
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