Wisconsin, also known as the Badger State, has both natural and man-made attractions that are perfect for people of all ages. From snowmobiling, to kayaking, to boating, to golfing or cycling, Wisconsin is full of activities that never fail to impress or entertain. There's something for everyone in this picturesque state that's home to famous painter Georgia O'Keeffe and famous architect Frank Lloyd Wright. Must sees include: Door County, Devil's Lake, Eau Claire, Green Bay, Hudson & St. Croix County, Iron River, La Crosse, Lake Geneva, Madison, Marshfield, Milwaukee, Nekoosa, Oshkosh, Port Edwards, Rhinelander, Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin Rapids, and more.
For those who crave the great outdoors, Wisconsin has some great state parks to explore for hours on end. Just 12 miles west of Devil's Lake and occupying 530 acres is the Natural Bridge State Park, home to the largest sandstone arch in Wisconsin and was created by the eroding effects of wind and water. Continue your day with a kayaking excursion on the Wisconsin segment of the Lake Superior Water Trail. The trail covers more than 400 miles of diverse shoreline from the Montreal River at the Michigan border to the city of Superior.
Other points of interest and activities include: Land O Lakes, Spring Green - Frank Lloyd Wright's Taliesin, Wisconsin Dells, Sheboygan, the House on the Rock, Charles Allis Art Museum, Milwaukee Art Museum, Villa Terrace Decorative Art Museum, Circus World Museum, Apostle Islands, Madeline Island and more.