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While living or visiting in Wisconsin, you can look forward to trips to the beautiful northern woods and lakes, the Cape Cod-like shoreline of Door County or the sandstone bluffs of western Wisconsin.
Wisconsin's climate offers opportunities for both winter and summer sports enthusiasts. Golfers will find Wisconsin courses to be among the very best. Enjoy biking or hiking through the nearby Kettle Moraine Forest or along the Sparta Trail in western Wisconsin. Camp in Wisconsin's many state and county parks, enjoy downhill and cross-country skiing and take advantage of the state's fishing and hunting opportunities.
There is no better place to experience the glorious oranges, reds, coppers and golds that fall in Wisconsin has to offer.
And like Milwaukee, Wisconsin is known for its friendly natives and genuine hospitality that makes everyone feel welcome.
Whether your interests include outdoor adventures or indoor retreats, you're home in Wisconsin.
And speaking of Milwaukee, This is where we will end the tour.
Milwaukee is the Genuine American City. Located in Southeastern Wisconsin on the shores of Lake Michigan, it is the largest city in the state and the 19th largest city in the United States. Milwaukee's name comes from the Native American name, Milliocki, meaning "gathering place by the waters." Here are a few of the things that are available to see while in the city.
The Pabst Mansion
At the time of its completion Captain Pabst was 57 years old and was an accomplished sea captain, beer baron, real estate developer, philanthropist and patron of the arts. The Pabst Mansion is a testament to his success, his love of life and his German heritage. Boasting 37 rooms, 12 baths and 14 fireplaces, the Mansion helped make the 1890's the "Pabst Decade" in Milwaukee.
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