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The Three F’s To Love in Wisconsin

by Found Inon September 17, 2017
Spotlight
It’s not words I am taking about here……The Three F’s To Love in Wisconsin are some of Wisconsin’s Favorite Things about our State!

14 Awesome Waterparks You Need To Splash In Wisconsin – Vote FOR BEST OF 2016

by Found Inon January 29, 2017
Vote on it!
Yes, Wisconsin is Full of Lakes and Rivers……but we have also found 14 Awesome Waterparks You Need To Splash In Wisconsin! We have a list for you and we need your vote to determine which Waterpark in Wisconsin was your favorite in 2016. YOUR VOTE MATTERS! – as the winner will receive the Title: ‘Best Waterpark in Wisconsin 2016‘, […]

Fall Color — By Land or By Sea

by YooperGoddesson September 26, 2016
October is one of my favorite months to be at camp on Horseshoe Lake in Republic, Michigan. It’s the time of year when the skyline resembles a water color painting from heaven. On my most creative and eloquent day, my description would still not do it justice. I can’t describe how the golden leaves of […]
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Pattison State Park – Superior, WI

by Found Inon July 24, 2016
A Must See
Pattison State Park is a 1,436-acre (581 ha) Wisconsin state park south of Superior, Wisconsin. Situated on the Black River, the park contains both Big Manitou Falls, the highest waterfall in Wisconsin at 165 feet (50 m), and Little Manitou Falls, which is 30 feet (9.1 m). Pattison State Park was established in 1920. There […]

Higher Tides, Dead Alewife, and Very Little Beach on Lake Michigan in Manitowoc

by Lane Bashawon June 18, 2016
With the Temperatures in the eighties, today seemed like a great day to head to one of my families favorite beaches along the lake-shore of Lake Michigan between Manitowoc and Two Rivers Wisconsin. Most of the time this stretch of beach has been very clean and semi secluded, compared to most public beaches, with nice […]

Ready or not, here winter comes

by Found Inon November 6, 2014
It is that time of year once again, and this year, things cooled down early and fast. It was almost as if fall checked out this year, and decided to take a vacation. Trees changed their colors, but it many cases, it all happened within like 2 weeks as the leaves were are all but […]

The International Crane Foundation

by Zach Johnsonon July 17, 2014
Created in 1973 by Ron Sauey and George Archibald, the International Crane Foundation, or ICF, has been around ever since working on a single mission, saving and educating about cranes. Located just north of Baraboo and south of the Wisconsin Dells, it is the only place in the world that houses all 15 crane species, […]

Frisbee Golf Wisconsin: Winter Park, Kewaunee

by Zach Johnsonon July 14, 2014
Disc Golfing, Frolfing, or Frisbee Golf is growing in popularity, and there are 185 courses in Wisconsin alone. But, the one course that I would recommend most highly is Winter Park in Kewuaunee, WI. This course has 27 holes! Located on a winter ski hill, this course winds up and down the hill, through the pines, […]

Little Switzerland, New Glarus, WI

by Zach Johnsonon July 10, 2014
I had no idea what I was expecting when I first heard about the Little Switzerland just a few hours from Madison by way of the Badger State Trail. But, New Glarus, Wisconsin, really looks like a European transplant in the heart of the dairyland. All of the houses, bar, restaurants, stores, gas stations, and […]

Where are the Top Places to go Camping in Wisconsin?

by Found Inon June 23, 2014
We have compiled a list of some of the Best Places to Camp in Wisconsin. Please vote for your favorites, and don’t worry, if we missed your spot, just leave a comment with the name, and city it is located in. The top 10 will then be listed in an article along with a review […]