Wisconsin is one of the most scenic and beautiful states in the United States. Wisconsin offers a diverse landscape and gorgeous lakes. To the North and West, you have large expanses of hills and mountains. While the areas to the South and East are lowlands perfect for dairy farming. Undoubtedly, Wisconsin's top cultural attractions rest in its two largest cities, Madison and Milwaukee. Both are decked with top-notch outdoor activities for vacationers like hiking, biking, boating, and fishing that could rival any other place in the country.
Go Hiking: Wisconsin has one of the most beautiful and extensive trail networks you can find. One of the wonderful ways to explore Wisconsin is to take a bike or hike across this network of picturesque trails. There are many interesting paths for visitors – the Geneva Lakeshore path, Ice Age National Scenic Trail and the North Country National Scenic Trail, to name a few.
Visit the house on the rock: This is an unusual tourist attraction in Wisconsin. People flock to see this fascinating mix of an antique house and various oddities in a sprawling complex of structures built to resemble Frank Lloyd Wright's famous Taliesin East home. There is also the 218-foot-long infinity room that seems to disappear into the distance when you stand in it. The complex also contains a resort and an inn.
Oshkosh: No list of this sort would be complete without mention of the small town of Oshkosh on Lake Winnebago, in Northwest Milwaukee. Its place in the world airshow circuit cannot be overemphasized. It is indeed the world's largest meeting of aviators. With more than 10,000 aircraft of all shapes and sizes adorning the skies with beautiful, choreographed acrobatics displays to the adoration of millions of visitors each year.
Madison is worth the visit: As one of the two largest cities in Wisconsin, there are a lot of reasons why visitors and fun-seekers go to Madison each year. One big draw is the Wisconsin capitol building. This 284-foot-high dome is truly breathtaking. Guided tours are available for visitors where they get to see the building interior, murals and extensive marble works.
Wisconsin vacation rentals are an appealing alternative to hotels. Staying in a vacation home rental will ensure your Wisconsin vacation is perfectly balanced both in adventure and comfort. After a long day of sightseeing, vacationers can find comfort in a vacation rental of their choice. If you find yourself in there during the winter, a Wisconsin cabin rental in the countryside makes for a secluded excursion designed to provide tranquility after you return from the day's snowmobiling and cross-country skiing adventures. While a vacation rental in downtown Madison will put you right there in the heart of all the action. Where ever you decide to stay on your next trip to the beautiful state of Wisconsin, vacation rentals of all sizes, costs, and styles are available on HomeEscape. Be sure to look for one that suits your style and personality.