"America's Dairyland" Wisconsin
When taking a vacation, why not consider Wisconsin? Take a Wisconsin charter bus to enjoy the many sights of Wisconsin. Whether your vacation is for the family or just for the adults, there is always something to do in Wisconsin.
Get your Wisconsin charter bus to take you to one of the many beautiful state parks. Governor Nelson State Park, in Waunakee, is located on Lake Mendota. The 10,000-acre lake provides plenty of recreational activities like swimming, fishing, and boating. Located in Sherwood and overlooking Lake Winnebago, is the 1,145-acre High Cliff State Park. This park has a marina, a campground, picnic area, a beach, and more. It is also the only state owned recreational area. For a relaxing atmosphere visit Kohler-Andrae State Park. Located near Lake Michigan, the park offers a relaxing shaded campsite and two mile of beachfront to walk on. You can also tour the nature center or go on one of the two nature walks, in this Sheboygan Park. Rib Mountain State Park is home to one of the oldest geological formations. The 60-foot observation tower offers breathtaking views of the surrounding areas. Located in Wausau, Wisconsin, it offers camping from May through October. Another popular camping site is in Hudson at Willow River State Park. It houses two lakes, two dams, a trout stream, a sand beach, and much more all situated on 2,891-acres on rolling countryside.
For other action visit one of the many theme and water parks. Bay of Dreams Indoor Water Park, in Wisconsin Dells, keeps you indoors away from the summer heat. It also features the tallest and longest water slides in the US. The indoor pools are open year round. Also in Wisconsin Dells is Big Chiefs Karts and Coasters. It is the world's largest go-kart facility, has elevated go-kart tracks, roller coasters, bumper cars, and more. They also have kiddie rides for families with small children. The White Pines Family Fun Center in Rhinelander, offers fun for the whole family. There is an 18-hole miniature golf course, go karts, an arcade and snack shop. In Middleton you will fins Bogey's Family Fun Park, where they have an activity to fit the needs of everyone in the family. For the little boy in your family they have NASCAR go-karts, for your daughter they have miniature golf, and a driving range for the adults. They also have batting cages and an arcade.
For a day of gambling, get your Wisconsin charter bus to drop you off at one of the many casinos. The Majestic Pines Hotel, Bingo, & Casino, located in Black River Falls, Wisconsin, is home to 600 slot machines. They have blackjack tables, and an amazing 480-seat bingo hall. If you choose to stay in one of the 60 rooms available you will have access to the indoor pool, whirlpool, and sauna. The Ho-Chunk Casino & Bingo located in Baraboo is open year round. It houses 2,600 slot machines, 72 blackjack tables, and a 380-seat bingo room. It also has 300 hotel rooms available for those that want to stay the night.
There are also many festivals of art found in Wisconsin. Try Blue Moment Fine Arts in Springfield, where you will find a variety of artists work on display. There are prints, jewelry, and ceramics to be seen in this art gallery opened year round. Wausau is the home of the Center for the Visual Arts. Here you will see exhibits from regional artists. Some annual festivals of art include Art in the Park, Wood Turtle Days, and Lakes Country Art & Craft Show. Art in the Park, in Appleton, is located outdoors in the park where 200 artists show off their work. Wood Turtle Days is an annual festival that lasts all weekend. In Wilton, at Wood Turtle Days you can enjoy an arts and crafts show, fireworks, a parade, volleyball, and kids games.
All of this plus more can be found in Wisconsin, a great place to visit.