Wisconsin’s State Parks – Where Nature Meets Wow
Wisconsin is home to 47 fun-filled, incredibly gorgeous and bucket list-worthy state parks. The state’s largest park is Devil’s Lake State Park in Baraboo, where kayakers and rock climbers alike relish the views of the quartzite bluffs and smooth-as-glass lake. Discover even more breathtaking vistas and meandering trails at High Cliff State Park along Lake Winnebago, Wisconsin’s largest inland lake. Heading to northwest Wisconsin, we’ll tour Amnicon Falls State Park and Pattison State Park, the latter of which is home to Wisconsin’s highest waterfall, Manitou Falls. In Door County, we explore a beautiful beach, early 1880s historic lighthouse and the only golf course in the Wisconsin State Parks system at Peninsula State Park. Join us for a memory-making trip to a handful of Wisconsin’s stunning state parks!
The village of Pepin is in western Wisconsin on a wide part of the Mississippi River known as Lake Pepin. The playground in Pepin is named after the author Laura Ingalls Wilder, who was born near Pepin.
Stockholm Wisconsin's Spring Street Inn On Our Story's The Celebrities
Join Prairie Ann as she shares with us what she found when she made a stop into Spring Street Inn located in Stockholm Wisconsin a great community in Pepin County
Washington House Inn - Cedarburg, Wisconsin
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The Washington House Inn successfully blends the charm and romance of days past with the amenities and conveniences expected by today's discriminating travelers. Whether you travel for business, a romantic getaway, celebration of a special occasion, or a visit to the world class city of Milwaukee, The Washington House Inn and the quaint city of Cedarburg will exceed your every expectation.
Stockholm Wisconsin's Savvy for Style & Value On Our Story's The Tourists
Join Ellen Seesmore as she tells us what she found when she stopped in Savvy for Style & Value located in Stockholm Wisconsin a great community in Pepin County
Just Off Main Street
A community's Main Street is the beating heart of its town. It's the city's center, it's full of history, and it's a gathering spot for residents and visitors alike. In Wisconsin, Main Street communities are known for being friendly, charming and authentic, with unique personalities that set them apart from one another. And sometimes, the best adventures to be had are found 'Just off Main Street.' In this episode of Discover Wisconsin, we explore the communities of Osceola, Florence, Whitewater and Omro. Hosts Mariah Haberman and Marie Justice step off the beaten path to discover the beauty, history, and fun that these Main Street communities offer visitors. From a Scenic National Riverway, to remote waterfalls of the Northwoods, there are so many things that will surprise you about these places - and they're just down the road!
Paradise Springs Nature Area in the Wisconsin Kettle Moraine South
I photographed Paradise Springs on October 14, 2014. The dam for this two acre trout filled lake malfunctioned on June 19, 2015. Now the lake is mostly drained. Fortunately, this and other natural areas are nearby. Look for Scuppernong.
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Great River Bluffs State Park
Scenic overlook a short hike from the campground, Mississippi river just south of Winona MN, looking across to WI
Wisconsin along Mississippi river fall colors
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Natureland Trail Whitewater Lake Wisconsin
Nature land’s 122 acres contain 4 hiking trails, which provide an opportunity to observe the beautiful Kettle Moraine terrain. Springs and wetlands support a variety of vegetation, displaying the ecological diversity found in the park.
If you are a picnicker.
A picnic area including an open sided pavilion is available for day use with bathroom facilities nearby. A large (30’w x 50’l) cedar log cabin equipped with tables and benches is also available. The log cabin and shelters are approximately 800’ apart. Both of these areas are available for school projects, scout outings, family picnics, weddings, reunions etc.
Please contact the Walworth County Public Works Department at 262-741-3114 for additional information about reserving these areas. Hope you enjoyed our little funny walk. There are Bobcats in Wisconsin but they are hard to find.You would be lucky to see one. And the trails are not steep, just have to watch your step is all. Please Subscribe so you can see more videos. I do not make any money doing this. I just like this as a hobby. And to help you find places to visit in Wisconsin. Hope you Subscribe. once you Subscribe, go to my playlist that says Places to go in Wisconsin, There you will find lots of videos. Thanks for watching and God bless.