Wisconsin Bed and Breakfasts
Water water everywhere! Any season, any time is a great time for a fun-filled family vacation to Wisconsin, land of lakes and water parks! Anywhere in this state you can find a Wisconsin bed and breakfast that will provide a comfortable home away from home.
Head to the "Waterpark Capital of the World" in Wisconsin Dells and enjoy the great variety of exciting tubes and slides and wet rides! Don't forget to book one of the Wisconsin bed & breakfasts along the way. This Midwestern State's eastern coastline is Lake Michigan and northern border Lake Superior so you have your choice of water skiing in the summer or ice fishing in the winter and so much more! In the wintertime you might even want to try your hand at skijoring, which combines cross-country skiing with dog sledding! Marinette County in northern Wisconsin is a waterfall lover's paradise with over 14 magnificent cascades to watch and photograph. And you may find your historic Wisconsin bed breakfast also photogenic.
Door County is a great collection of small towns with pristine scenery, artists' galleries, and charming Wisconsin bed & breakfasts for a great weekend getaway. 250 miles of shoreline provides plenty of water sports, from swimming to sailing, as well as their famous fish boils- mild white fish from Lake Michigan - and cherries -- pick your own bucketful of fresh cherries in May. One of the many towns here, Sturgeon Bay has a distinctive historic waterfront and rich maritime history as well as superb Wisconsin bed breakfast for your overnight stays.
For a change of pace visit the Milwaukee County Zoo with a great variety of wildlife as well as the opportunity to feed the giraffes and swim with the sea lions. Madison's Henry Vilas Zoo is almost 100 years old and is still offers free admission.
If you are an indoor person, then try the excitement of one of the 15 Native American casinos spread throughout this state. After an evening of slot machines and blackjack you can retire to a relaxing Wisconsin bed breakfast. Northeastern Wisconsin's Ashland has a charming historic Main street framed by Lake Superior's South Shore and the North Woods, as well as some darling Wisconsin bed breakfasts.
Foodies should check out the Green County Beer and cheese, Usinger's Famous Sausage in Milwaukee and don't miss central Wisconsin's Cranberry Highway. And of course, enjoy a scrumptious breakfast at any of the Wisconsin bed and breakfasts along your route.
So whatever season, Wisconsin offers you a full range of activities to keep you busy and a wealth of restful Wisconsin bed & breakfasts for your lodging.
Wisconsin B&B Associations