10 Ways to Enjoy Menomonie Year Round

Perhaps best known for being home to UW Stout, the city of Menomonie is the perfect destination for outdoor enthusiasts, theater lovers, foodies and beer connoisseurs alike. No matter what time of the year you visit, Menomonie has plenty to…

8 Things To Do With The Oneida Nation

Amelia Cornelius Culture Park The center of Oneida culture, this  open-air heritage center has historic homes that visitors can walk through and learn about Oneida history. Also the site of Big Apple Fest, and throughout the year they’ll…

Art Roars to Life in Marshfield’s Jurustic Park

Near the center of the state, you’ll find one of Wisconsin’s most unique roadside attractions: Jurustic Park. For more than 25 years, this quirky stop has delighted visitors to the Marshfield area with iron-clad creatures, great and small,…

9 Wisconsin-Made Gifts for Dad on Father's Day

Kick off the summer by celebrating all things Dad! With Father's Day coming up on June 16, we've teamed up with Something Special from Wisconsin to share some fun, festive, locally-made gifts that will make dad smile. Whether he's loves a great…

10 Things to Do in Postcard Perfect Elkhorn

Less than two hours from Madison, Milwaukee and Chicago, the small-town oasis of Elkhorn, Wisconsin awaits, offering a perfect retreat from big-city life. It’s the kind of place where people say hello to each other on the street, flags and…

5 Things You Need to Do in Reinvented Oak Creek

Over the past few years Oak Creek has reinvented itself! With a beautiful downtown square, fun thriving local businesses, and staple shopping spots Oak Creek is reinvigorated and on the rise. Take A Walk Downtown - In an area that used to…

10 of the Best Supper Clubs in Wisconsin

Praise be to the Wisconsin Supper Club! Where a juicy steak or Friday night fish fry await and the (brandy) Old Fashioned is king! Lawrence Frank, a Milwaukee native, is credited with opening the first supper club in California in the 1930s,…

Do You Know Wisconsin's Conservation Legend?

Aldo Leopold is one of the most respected conservationists of the 20th century. He was one of the first foresters trained in the United States and a wildlife ecologist. He was a writer, especially later in his life, and a philosopher who thought…

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