The Cheese State Wisconsin has certainly produced plenty of the nation’s cheese supply over the years. The warm and gentle lands lend to farming and maintaining cows. The 1800s produced an influx of French settlers that helped leave behind French history. Settlers moved in droves to Wisconsin to take part in the American Dream, which has helped create the communities one can visit today. The Wisconsin Dells are known for their beauty, resorts, and zip lining.

If you are looking for a top vacation destination in a cooler climate than the south, Wisconsin will certainly provide. Great hotels built like giant log cabins offer luxury, western décor, and indoor water parks. Add in a zip line tour in the late morning, and your adventure could be complete.

The Great Lakes, Mississippi and St. Croix Rivers provide more beauty in this vast state where hiking, biking, fishing, camping, and skiing are part of your every vacation. There are urban bases like Madison and Milwaukee; however, if nature is your requirement Wisconsin has plenty with national forests and lakes.

Vacationers can enjoy a variety of tastes and types in Wisconsin with a start at zip lining adventures and ending with a ferry ride around the Great Lakes.