Summer Bucket List: Wisconsin Style

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Wisconsin is the place to go when you want islands or bluffs, rolling farmland to 15,000 lakes, festivals or cozy restaurants! We have it all. Here is a great list to get you started!wisconsin cream puff

  1. Take a drive down Highway 42 in Door County
  2. Catch a muskie on the world’s largest chain of freshwater lakes in Vilas County
  3. Hop on a bike and ride along the Elroy-Sparta Trail
  4. Sample 165 years of “the original” cream puff at the Wisconsin State Fair
  5. Kayak the Apostle Island Sea Caves in Ashland and Bayfield counties (and return in the winter for a view of the ice caves)
  6. Take a hot air balloon ride over Lake Geneva
  7. Head over to the Frozen Tundra to take a tour of the Green Bay Packers at Lambeau Field
  8. See incredible views while hiking your way through Devil’s Lake State Park
  9. Explore Big Manitou Falls – Wisconsin’s tallest waterfall – in Superior
  10. Visit all 12 Wisconsin Historic Sites
  11. Spend a day exploring southwest Wisconsin via the Great River Road
  12. Take in a show at Summerfest in Milwaukee
  13. Enjoy a beer and a Lake Mendota sunset at the Memorial Union Terrace
  14. Watch the airplanes overhead at EAA AirVenture in Oshkosh
  15. Spend a weekend exploring Wisconsin’s northwoods via ATV
  16. Sample Limburger cheese at Green County Cheese Days
  17. Attend a Native American pow-wow
  18. Take a motorcycle ride through the Mindoro Cut in La Crosse County
  19. Climb to the top of Wisconsin’s highest natural point at Timm’s Hill in Price County
  20. Embark on a road-trip and discover Wisconsin’s strangest roadside attractions
  21. Check out the unique galleries and exhibits at the Milwaukee Art Museum
  22. Go on a shipwreck tour off the Lake Michigan coastline near Manitowoc
  23. Head to downtown Madison for a tour of the Wisconsin State Capitol
  24. Delve into the world of Frank Lloyd Wright at the Taliesin in Spring Green
  25. Cool off in The Waterpark Capital of the World
  26. Set sail on Lake Superior
  27. Trek the Ice Age National Scenic Trail
  28. Go spelunking at Cave of the Mounds in Blue Mounds
  29. Take a Cranberry Marsh Tour in central Wisconsin

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One thing is for sure, we are very lucky to be living in such a diverse state! Wisconsin is home to so many different things, it is up to us to go out there and experience it for ourselves. #ShorewestRealtors #Wisconsin #SummerBucketList

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