Wisconsin Vacation Rentals

Wisconsin Vacation Rentals

Plan your best vacation ever in Wisconsin. Explore our colorful destinations and pursue your own interests to create your dream vacation in Wisconsin!

Nestled between two great bodies of water, Lake Superior and Lake Michigan, Wisconsin is the state that borders Illinois, Iowa, Michigan and Minnesota. Often referred to as the "Cheese State", Wisconsin is home to a number of different Native American tribes and has a rich historical heritage that dates back to the pre colonial era. The state's capital is Madison and its largest city is Milwaukee.

Wisconsin has a lot to offer as far as accommodations. This premier Midwest destination has many beautiful Wisconsin vacation rentals and Wisconsin hotels among others. Depending on your budget and needs, you can find affordable and comfortable Wisconsin lodging perfect for the whole family.

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Wisconsin Vacation Rentals

Wisconsin will provide you with every kind of accommodation you are looking for. From a secluded, home-like Wisconsin bed and breakfast to a cozy Wisconsin condo - this state offers endless lodging possibilities.

Things to do in Wisconsin

From the largest outdoor waterpark in the world, to attractions of such bustling cities as Milwaukee and Madison, Wisconsin offers a large wide variety of things to do. Those looking for nature trails and historic attractions, can head to Door County while travelers who prefer sightseeing and museums can visit Madison. Read on to find out about Winconsin's points of interest.

Milwaukee

Milwaukee is the largest city of Wisconsin located on the southwestern shore of Lake Michigan. It is a true paradise for history lovers as it offers a wide variety of museums including the Milwaukee Art Museum, the Milwaukee Public Museum and Discovery World among others. Travelers should also visit Maier Lakefront Festival Park which is home to the world's largest music festival, Summerfest.

Wisconsin Dells

Wisconsin Dells is without doubt the most touristic region of the state. Home to such attractions as Noah's Ark, Beaver Springs Fishing Park, Canyon Creek Riding Stable and Wisconsin Duck tours, this diverse area offers it all. Tourists can also visit the local geologic wonder, Cave of the Mounds, and discover its stunning array of crystal formations.

Noah's Ark

Situated in the heart of Wisconsin Dells, Noah's Ark is considered the largest outdoor waterpark in the country. Such premier water rides as Black Anaconda, Time Waro and the only 4D Dive-In Theater in the world await tourists in this fun-filled place. The park also features 49 waterslides, two huge wave pools, two endless rivers, children play areas, mini golf and many more.

Madison

The state's capital, Madison is the first place to visit in Wisconsin. From fascinating museums to excellent parks and shopping districts, this bustling city offers a myriad of attractions suitable for every family member. The capitol building, the University of Wisconsin with its museums, State Street and Olbrich Botanical Gardens are some of the most popular places to visit.

Door County

Often called the Cape Cod of Midwest, Door County is a peninsula that boasts spectacular beaches, harbors and quiet coves. Ten historic lighthouses, numerous parks and miles of scenic shoreline offer excellent biking, hiking and sightseeing opportunities. Ferry rides to nearby Washington Island are also available.

World Known Top Events in the State of Wisconsin

African World Festival
Milwaukee, July 31-Aug. 2

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