Places in Wisconsin

 

Ice Age Trails - Wisconsin is home to many amazing and interesting natural treasures that invite people from all around to enjoy the sights and recreational activities that are available.  One of those is the Ice Age National Scenic Trail.  Thousands of years ago, many ice...

Lake Michigan - is known for its many surrounding dunes and national parks in the area. People come from all over the country to take part in the many recreational activities that there are around the lake. Did you know that Lake Michigan is the 6th largest freshwater lake in the...

Lake Superior - is known as the largest freshwater lake in the entire world. People come from all around to take advantage of the great fishing opportunities. Lake Superior is filled with more than 60 breeds of fish including: bloater, trout, burbot, carp, salmon...

Mississippi River - Mississippi River also known as "The Great River" or "The Mighty Mississipp" creates most of Wisconsin's western border between both Minnesota and Iowa. The river is a major shipping route, a great fishery, home to a variety of wildlife and very scenic with it's bluffs.  It's the largest drainage system in the...

National Parks - There are 4 National Parks in Wisconsin; Apostle Islands National Lakeshore, Ice Age National Scenic Trail, North Country National Scenic Trail and Saint Croix National Scenic River

State Forests - There are about 14 State Forests in Wisconsin...

State Parks - There are about 62 State Parks in Wisconsin including Roche-A-Cri State Park, Yellowstone...

The Great Lakes - Lake Michigan, Lake Superior, Lake Huron, Lake Ontario & Lake Erie...

Wildlife Refuges - There are about 9 Wildlife Refuges in Wisconsin including Necedah National Wildlife Refuge, Green Bay...

Wisconsin River - Wisconsin is home to the 430 mile long Wisconsin River.  The Wisconsin River is known for its amazing historical background.  Many years ago before it turned into the river, it was used throughout the state as a road for transportation from...

Wisconsin River Journey - Wisconsin River Start to Finish: The Wisconsin River's long journey starts at the very northern part of Wisconsin in Vilas County at Lac Vieux Desert Lake, which is in both Wisconsin and the Upper Peninsula of Michigan.  The river flows on a south western path through most of

Wisconsin State Parks, National & Wildlife Refuges, WI. - Main page for public properties in Wisconsin...