Guides

Southeast Wisconsin

As home to state's largest city, Milwaukee, and to Kenosha, Racine and Waukesha (the fourth, fifth and seventh largest cities respectively), Southeast Wisconsin is the population center and most developed area of Wisconsin. While somewhat culturally similar to neighboring Chicagoland to the south, the region has a separate character and a diverse economy with a mixture of industry, tourism and agriculture. Milwaukee is an exceptionally diverse city, while the suburbs and exurbs tend to be more homogenous and conservative. Read more

Northwest Michigan

Million dollar sunsets. Michigan’s Northwest Region offers a rich blend of adventure, relaxation and breathtaking natural attractions, making it a must for your travel bucket list. Don’t miss “The Most Beautiful Place in America,” also known as Sleeping Bear Sand Dunes National Lakeshore. In addition to epic sand dunes, the park features forests, historical sites and ancient glacial phenomena. A drive along M-22 will prove though that this is no diamond in the rough – Lake Michigan and the countless inland lakes in the region offer a chance to experience a Lake Effect like no other. The terroir comes to life in the products more than 30 wineries on the Leelanau and... Read more

Northeast Wisconsin

Shimmering lakes and waterways – thousands of them – lure the boater, the whitewater paddler, the angler, the water-skier and swimmer. Verdant forest, dappled meadows and cascading streams harbor relaxation and recreation in Northeastern Wisconsin. Vacationers revel in this unique “up-north” atmosphere. Door County Framed by 300 miles of scenic shoreline, Door County offers seaside experiences in the heart of the Midwest. A sliver of land that juts into Lake Michigan, Door County’s quaint waterfront villages and island community combine with an incredible natural landscape to provide visitors with activities and amenities you’d expect to find in this world-class... Read more

Upper Penninsula Michigan

The Upper Peninsula is a forested region in Michigan bordering 3 of the Great Lakes and extending outward from Wisconsin. It’s connected to Michigan’s Lower Peninsula by the roughly 5-miles-long Mackinac Bridge, which spans the Straits of Mackinac. Sandwiched between the 2 peninsulas is Mackinac Island, a car-free vacation destination with the iconic 1887 Grand Hotel and the Victorian-era Fort Mackinac. Michigan's Upper Peninsula presents attractions unmatched anywhere else. Explore the depth of a mine, a shipwreck tour, climb to the top of a lighthouse, explore a colonial fort and hear the roar of mighty waterfalls. Check out our ATV trails and mountain bike trails -- the... Read more

Featured Destination

Torch Lake, Michigan
Green Bay, Wisconsin
Mackinac Island, Michigan
Milwaukee, Wisconsin