Did you know Wisconsin is home to 11 sovereign nations and the largest Native American festival in the country, Indian Summer in Milwaukee? Each Native American tribe has its own unique traditions, arts and culture, foods and language. Join special guest host Secretary of Tourism, Stephanie Klett on this special episode as we celebrate the past and future of Native American Culture.
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Motorcycling Through Wisconsin Nothing quite compares to the feeling of wind in your face while you soak in the surroundings, on a motorcycle. We're traveling from the gateway into Southern Wisconsin in Beloit, to Door County's scenic peninsula, and all the way up to Lake Superior in Ashland County to check out the riding. Plus, no road trip would be complete without a stop at the Harley-Davidson Museum in downtown Milwaukee. Where are your favorite places to ride in Wisconsin? Comment below!
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Ride through the Driftless Destinations of Western Wisconsin, Platteville and Bayfield County. We experience everything from fantastic scenery, memorable tributes, fun events and great people - all from the comfort of our motorcycle seat.
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To view the full episode, click here: http://bit.ly/VFWDx3 Ask anyone what they know about Green Bay and they'll undoubtedly say "the Packers." And while it is Titletown, Green Bay may just surprise you with everything else it offers vacationers. Check out our segment on Green Bay's eclectic dining options!
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There are over 22,000 miles of groomed snowmobile trails linking every corner of Wisconsin with a different way to travel through our state in winter. People say snowmobiling gets in your blood; and from your very first trip through a fresh snowfall, you may just become hooked as well. Share your favorite snowmobiling memory below!
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In this episode of Discover Wisconsin, Collin and Mariah head up to the Door County Peninsula and Washington Island to take in the incredible sights, tastes, and experiences that make this area a favorite Wisconsin vacation spot. In the Village of Ephraim Mariah goes gallery hopping, tries parasailing, and enjoys unparalleled sunset views. Collin heads to the theater at two spectacular Door County venues – Peninsula Players Theatre and Northern Sky Theater. He also learns how to roast coffee at Door County Coffee, a perfect spot to stop and enjoy a great meal and some fantastic coffee. Mariah concludes our trip on Washington Island, where she visits Fragrant Isle Lavender Farm. Here visitors can experience stunning fields of purple and the wonderful aroma of thousands of blooming lavender plants. Come along with us as we live life well in Door County!
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A Northwoods tradition, St. Germain is known for their excellent outdoor recreational opportunities. Visitors will also find tons of shopping, dining, events and activities year-round, including a 4.5 star, championship 18-hole golf course, numerous lakes and trails, and the paved St. Germain Bike & Hike Trail which connects to 32 miles of biking on the Heart of Vilas County Trail.
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Quirky. Vibrant. Geek chic. Madison is so many things: A foodie’s dream, a bicyclist’s paradise…there are a million reasons why Madison is regarded as one of the best cities to work, play and live. Hosts Mariah Haberman and Jake Zimmermann explore iconic spots and uncover the hidden sides of Wisconsin's capital city. Situated amidst a number of lakes, Madison boasts the best of both worlds: It's a vibrant city filled with local sounds and homemade flavors with gorgeous lake views around every turn. Miles of bike trails wind their way from downtown Madison to outside the city limits, where there is no shortage of historic landmarks and state parks to explore. And wherever you go in the Madison area, you're sure to breathe in a whole lot of what the locals dub: "Bucky Pride." Grab your bike helmet, bring an appetite and get ready to "Jump Around." We're discovering 10 reasons why Madison is one of the coolest cities in America!
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The bulk of the work to create, manage and maintain our state's snowmobile trails falls on the shoulders of one of the largest volunteer groups in the state -- nearly 600 snowmobile clubs. And their work doesn't begin when there's snow on the ground. This episode focuses on ALL the hard work and dedication these individuals within the clubs have to keep the trails managed and maintained. And, we'll visit some events throughout the year -- that all feature the snowmobile. Where are some of your favorite places to snowmobile in Wisconsin? Comment below!
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There are over a half million acres of land to discover in the eleven sovereign nations in Wisconsin, we're even heading out onto the largest of the Great Lakes to see how the Red Cliff Band of Lake Superior Chippewa got their name. We'll also visit the biggest Pow Wow in North America for more about the Lac Courte Oreilles Band of Ojibwe, and we'll learn how Wisconsin's tribal lands are being preserved and restored to ensure the future of the resources.
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Where in Wisconsin can you relax on picturesque beaches, tour architectural treasures and enjoy the intoxicating aroma of lavender fields? Washington Island, just 6 miles off the Door County Peninsula, has all that and more. Feast on fish caught just a few hours before you sat down to dine. Go kayaking in clear water and pause to see the schooner Grapeshot, an 1800’s shipwreck in just 8 feet of water. The island has more than 100 miles of paved roads so bring your car on the ferry and make some great memories!
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We've logged millions of miles over the last 25 years in the quest to capture the essence of what makes Wisconsin such a great place to live, work and play. But rather than create a retrospective look back at the TV show, we've decided to celebrate our 25th season by doing what we've always done—feature the best Wisconsin has to offer. In both our 25th Anniversary Book - Discovering the Very Best of the Badger State - and our Discover Wisconsin 25th Anniversary episode, check out the best of Wisconsin. What are some of your favorite Discover Wisconsin moments? Comment below!
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As a destination with both a rich mining history and one of the state’s most thriving art communities, Mineral Point is truly unlike anywhere else in Wisconsin. Hosts Mariah Haberman and Marie Justice experience the passion and creative flair that make this town the place it is today. As the first community in the state to be listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Mineral Point is home to a number of historic sites, including Pendarvis, a fully restored Cornish mining village (and one of the 12 Wisconsin Historic Sites!). With over 70 artists calling the Mineral Point area home, the art scene here is unparalleled, with everything from pottery, to painting, tactile arts, sculpture and even filmmaking, with the Driftless Film Festival held at the Mineral Point Opera House every year. Downtown Mineral Point is the heartbeat of the community, home to dozens of art galleries, shops, and restaurants. Plus, events like the Fall Art Tour and Candlelight Shopping gives visitors special access to the galleries, shops and studios and a chance to meet the people behind them. With the blend of history, culture, art and its creative, passionate people, Mineral Point will enchant you!
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Mariah makes her way to Prairie du Chien to explore recreational opportunities along the southern portion of the Wisconsin River.
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Jane the Phoole, of the Bristol Renaissance Faire, discusses the nuances of 16th century language to Discover Wisconsin co-host Mariah Haberman.
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Cheeseburgers…that all-American comfort food is the focus today! From different cheeses to different meats and toppings, this fan favorite is showcasing the best of what Wisconsin offers. Host Eric Paulsen traveled the state to find 8 Unique Wisconsin Cheeseburgers, and Wisconsin didn’t disappoint! Each specialty cheeseburger had something different to offer from locally sourced ingredients, to award-winning specialty cheeses and different types of meats. These chef-inspired cheeseburgers are bound to please your taste buds.
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Discover Wisconsin's Mariah Haberman explores Barron County's ATV and UTV trails.
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Our Discover Wisconsin - America's Dairyland series identifies the dairy industry as a key component of what makes Wisconsin great. Whether profiling career options for today's youth, showcasing culinary professionals who depend on Wisconsin cheese, or telling you where to find all of the great Wisconsin tastes and great Wisconsin events, there's no place like America's Dairyland!
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Wisconsin is home to 47 fun-filled, incredibly gorgeous and bucket list-worthy state parks. The state’s largest park is Devil’s Lake State Park in Baraboo, where kayakers and rock climbers alike relish the views of the quartzite bluffs and smooth-as-glass lake. Discover even more breathtaking vistas and meandering trails at High Cliff State Park along Lake Winnebago, Wisconsin’s largest inland lake. Heading to northwest Wisconsin, we’ll tour Amnicon Falls State Park and Pattison State Park, the latter of which is home to Wisconsin’s highest waterfall, Manitou Falls. In Door County, we explore a beautiful beach, early 1880s historic lighthouse and the only golf course in the Wisconsin State Parks system at Peninsula State Park. Join us for a memory-making trip to a handful of Wisconsin’s stunning state parks!
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With its world-class resorts, incredible restaurants and year-round activities, Lake Geneva is a pinnacle of luxury and relaxation. But the 20+ mile shore path around Geneva Lake gives everybody lakefront access and connects the three communities of Lake Geneva, Williams Bay and Fontana. Host Mariah Haberman treks around the lake to discover what awaits along the beaten path. As the only lake in Wisconsin with the entire shoreline accessible, there’s a lot to see around Geneva Lake! Local historian Jim Beloian joins Mariah for a walk along the shore path, where he explains the history of many of the famous homes on the lake including the Wrigley estate, Stone Manor, and Black Point Estate & Gardens. Mariah makes a few stops along the shore path including the Geneva Lake Museum and Baker House 1885, where she enjoys a champagne toast at sunset. Geneva Lake is an endless source for recreation and relaxation, with opportunities for boating, swimming, stand-up paddle boarding, and even flyboarding (essentially, a water jetpack). Mariah teams up with Wisconsin Hydrosports to learn about this growing trend and even gives it a try herself! For those looking for a less extreme water activity, the Lake Geneva Cruise Line has a number of pick up and drop off locations along the shore path, where visitors can hop on board for a lake tour. The arrival of winter doesn’t mean an end to boating quite yet in the Lake Geneva area. With the lake typically not freezing until late January, The Lake Geneva Cruise Line takes visitors on a magical journey to the “North Pole” on its Santa Cruise with beautiful light displays along the shoreline and a special surprise for kids along the way! And once the lake does freeze over, ice boaters flock to Geneva Lake to race in the Ice Boating Capital of the World. Ambitious hikers can take the shore path through all three communities around the lake, but chances are you’ll want to stop and take a break in each one. Downtown Lake Geneva is home to dozens of unique shops and restaurants, including Oakfire. With a focus on specialty pizza and a gorgeous, outdoor deck overlooking the lake, it’s the perfect place to grab a bite to eat. Williams Bay is home to Pier 290, one of just two commercial properties directly on the lakeshore. Enjoy delicious, Wisconsin comfort food, grab a drink at the outdoor bar or spend a day at Pier 290’s beach right out front. Further still along the shore path is Fontana, home to The Abbey Resort as well as Gordy’s Marine and Chuck’s Lakeshore Inn. Mariah visits each of these beloved lakeside spots and even indulges in Chuck’s famous “Sweet Tart” drink. There’s always something new to explore along the shore path!
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The Ice Age Trail is a thousand mile footpath that winds throughout the state of Wisconsin and is only in Wisconsin. It follows the path of the glaciers that moved into the area twelve thousand years ago and left behind some incredible landscape. In this episode we focus on four areas in the northwest where the trail and rock formations will leave you in awe. St. Croix Falls, Rusk County, Rice Lake and Chippewa County. You'll learn more about the trail, which has also been designated a National Park and about the hundreds of volunteers who keep the trail beautiful through the Ice Age Trail Alliance. You'll also learn more about what's available for you to see and do in these four areas. Have you ever ventured to the Ice Age Trail? Comment below.
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America has been referred to as the great melting pot, and Wisconsin- with our history of cheesemaking, can be considered a melting pot of fondue considering our cheesemakers craft more than 600 varieties, types and styles of cheese. Join us as we explore the heritage that makes up our vast cheese legacy.
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Are you looking for a waterfront vacation; maybe a sunny island getaway? Well look no further because Lake Superior has you covered! We're exploring the Apostle Islands inside and out, stand up paddle boarding along the cliffs, kayaking through the sea caves and climbing to the top of the lighthouse towers. Plus we'll discover what the big and small harbor towns along the way offer, wander through the first Tribal National Park in the US, and see how the true connection to the lake runs deep for area artists, businesses and visitors.
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As the oldest European settlement on the Upper Mississippi River, Prairie du Chien is bursting with rich history that dates back to the 17th century. Hosts Mariah Haberman and Eric Paulsen explore the historic sites, exciting events and natural beauty that allows Prairie du Chien to blend the past and present with ease. Mariah begins her journey with a tour of the dungeon at the Old Crawford County Jail before heading to the Fort Crawford Museum to check out its wide variety of exhibits. The crew gets in on the fun by dressing up in period costumes and taking an old time photo at The Local Oven in downtown Prairie du Chien. Eric dives in to Prairie du Chien's fishing industry with an early morning fishing trip along the river with Mike Valley of Valley Fish & Cheese, where they reel in over 200 pounds of fish before Eric samples some of Mike's tasty catches at the shop. Prairie du Chien fully embraces its identity as a fishing community even throughout the winter with fun events like the annual ice fisheree on Gremore Lake and of course, the famous Droppin' of the Carp on New Year's Eve. Mariah and Eric each check out a few of Prairie du Chien's iconic spots, including Pete's Hamburger's, which has been serving up delicious burgers for over a century, and St. Feriole Island, with its beautiful gardens and picturesque views of the river. Mariah visits Shiahata's orchard, and Eric joins in the action at Villa Louis during its annual War of 1812 reenactment before hopping aboard the Maiden Voyage tour boat for a scenic journey down the Mississippi River. With its incredible beauty, fascinating history and unique events, there are so many reasons to explore Prairie du Chien!
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Planning a vacation in Door County soon? The cherry blossoms are incredible if you time your trip to coincide with the bloom. In fact cherry orchards in Door County make for some absolutely delicious products from wine, pie, candy, and the list goes on. This week Discover Wisconsin airs a special Made in Door County episode and features some of those amazing, delectable items.
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Welcome to the Top of Wisconsin where you’ll find some of the best silent sports trails in the Midwest. We’re hiking, biking, kayaking, skiing, tubing and snowshoeing our way through towns like Cable, Hayward, Bayfield and Seeley. From a 5-year-old BMX rider to an Olympic cross-country skier, we’re uncovering what makes Bayfield and Sawyer counties a silent sports mecca for all types of outdoor enthusiasts. Hosts Mariah Haberman and Collin Geraghty hike their way to off-the-grid spots like Juniper Rock Overlook and Lost Creek Falls. Our journey in northwest Wisconsin comes to a close at the “super bowl of silent sports” – The American Birkebeiner and Kortelopet ski race. Gear up: we’re hitting the trails!
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The sun is out, the temperatures are warming up - it's time to start thinking beaches. There are many unique and diverse coastal beaches found in every county along Lake Michigan and Lake Superior. Bring your friends and family, feel the sand between your toes, the sun on your face and embrace these beautiful places with open arms.
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The Discover Wisconsin crew traveled to Sauk City to meet with Ryan Fielding, owner of Paragon Customs.
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In this episode of Discover Wisconsin, Mariah and Eric explore the wonders of Manitowoc and Two Rivers from sunken ship to stunning shore. Eric begins by learning about the history and industry of the rivers that flow through Manitowoc and Two Rivers. After exploring the Rogers Street Fishing Village in Two Rivers, he heads to Burger Boat Company to see what the historic company is up to today. He also meets up with some kayakers to do some paddling on the Manitowoc River. Both the Manitowoc River and the East and West Twin Rivers eventually flow into Lake Michigan, which offers beauty and exploration above and below the surface. At the Wisconsin Maritime Museum in Manitowoc, Mariah talks with a marine archaeologist about the shipwrecks in the area, and the different ways visitors can learn about, and access the wrecks. She also joins a group of standup paddle boarders at the Manitowoc Marina and takes in an amazing view of the city from the water. Back on land, Eric explores the Historic Washington House in Two Rivers, and learns how to make the perfect ice cream sundae in the city where it was invented. We also get to know local producers at Pine River Dairy, who have been manufacturing butter in the area for more than 75 years. Eric then heads to Manitowoc’s Pinecrest Historical Village for their annual Pinecrest Plates event, which brings in local farmers and fantastic food for people to enjoy. And you can’t visit Manitowoc and Two Rivers without spending time on the coast. Mariah flies a kite on the pristine Neshotah Beach in Two Rivers, wanders the beautiful grounds of West of the Lake Gardens, and goes bird watching at Woodland Dunes Nature Preserve. There is so much beauty to be experienced in Manitowoc and Two Rivers and countless ways to do it – from ship to shore!
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Esie Leoso from the Bad River Band of the Lake Superior Tribe of Chippewa Indians talks about an experience when she recognized her language being spoken and Ron Corn Jr. from the Menominee Indian Tribe of Wisconsin talks about having a day to speak your language every month to keep everyone's dialect alive.
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Wisconsin is full of hidden gems and there’s one river in Northwestern Wisconsin that winds through untouched wilderness and offers unique Northwoods adventures, the Flambeau River. Join hosts Mariah Haberman and Jake Zimmerman as they begin their journey on the North and South Forks in Price County. After a little fishing and a quick stop at Smith Lake County Park, the pair continues their trek down the river through Sawyer County where Mariah explores the renowned Winter Greenhouse and Jake attempts target-shooting from a canoe. Next, the duo stop off in Ladysmith to try Stand-Up Paddle Boarding and enjoy Ladysmith Mardi Gras festivities before ending their journey at the Flambeau River State Forest on the roaring rapids of the infamous Slough Gundy.
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From a towering, hilltop basilica, to a stunning shrine nestled in the bluffs, and a quiet chapel in the countryside, Wisconsin is home to three incredibly unique and reverent Marian shrines. Mariah heads to Holy Hill just outside of Milwaukee where she visits with the Carmelite friars who call the shrine home and climbs to the top of the steeple for a stunning view of the Kettle Moraine. She also joins the Bike to Mary pilgrimage, a 200-mile bike trip from Holy Hill to the Shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe in La Crosse. Jake continues on to Our Lady of Guadalupe, where he takes in the shrine’s stunning architecture, explores the 100-acre grounds and learns all about the traditions surrounding the Feast Day of Our Lady of Guadalupe. Jake then heads to the Green Bay area to visit the National Shrine of Our Lady of Good Help. The shrine is located on the spot where Mary, the mother of Jesus, is said to have appeared to a young woman in 1859 – the only Marian apparition in the United States that has been approved by the Catholic church. Don’t miss Discover Wisconsin’s tour of Wisconsin’s Marian shrines!
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Discover Wisconsin's Mariah Haberman attends opening night at La Crosse Rotary Lights, one of the state's most magnificent holiday light shows.
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Frank Lloyd Wright is one of the world’s most celebrated architects, and he spent much of his life living and working in Wisconsin. Established in 2016, the Frank Lloyd Wright Trail takes visitors along a self-guided driving tour to nine stops across southern Wisconsin tracing Wright’s steps from his birthplace to some of his most famous buildings. Mariah kicks things off in Racine at SC Johnson’s world headquarters before heading to Wingspread, one of the largest prairie-style homes Wright ever designed. Jake picks up the trail in Madison, where he explores the Monona Terrace, a building Wright originally designed in the 1930s, and the First Unitarian Society Meeting House, a building with a very personal connection to the famous architect. The DW crew then follows the trail to Spring Green, a place Wright called home for many years, and Mariah and Jake meet some of the people who have dedicated their lives to preserving Wright’s architectural legacy. Meanwhile, Stephanie Klett, Secretary of the Wisconsin Department of Tourism, visits Taliesin, Wright’s very own estate, where she hears the stories of those who knew Frank Lloyd Wright personally. Don’t miss this incredible journey on the Frank Lloyd Wright Trail!
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Our "Collin Geraghty vs. Mariah Haberman ATV race" comes to a close in Douglas County. (But wait - Eric Paulsen for the win!?)
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In this episode of Discover Wisconsin, Mariah and Eric explore Kenosha, a revitalized lakefront city that is bursting with culture, activities and experiences that can't be found anywhere else in the state! Mariah kicks things off on the lakeshore, where you'll find gorgeous views, a variety of museums and parks, and vintage electric street cars that can get you from place to place. After stopping by Kenosha's infamous HarborMarket, she kicks back and enjoys some tunes at Peanut Butter and Jam, a weekly concert series set on the lakeshore. When it comes to recreation, you better believe Kenosha's got you covered. The mountain bike trails at Silver Lake County Park are fantastic and draw bikers from all over the region. And if you want to try something a little more unique, Kenosha is home to Wisconsin's only, and the country's oldest, Velodrome. Here, Mariah tries track cycling and watches racers young and old compete in a variety of races in front of tons of spectators. Meanwhile Eric heads out onto Lake Michigan to do some salmon fishing with the Kenosha Charter Boat Association. He then heads to the Boathouse Pub for a "Shore Lunch," where the chefs turn your catch into a fantastic fish feast! We continue to get to know Kenosha's food scene at the iconic Mars Cheese Castle, where Mariah learns how to make the perfect grilled cheese. Another Kenosha staple is the House of Gerhard. This family-run restaurant is a traditional German eatery meets classic Wisconsin Supper Club. They specialize in German specialties and mile high ice cream drinks. And for dessert, Eric heads to Elsie Mae's Bakery and Cannery where he makes a delicious cherry pie. We also check out Taste of Wisconsin, where you can try a little bit of everything that Kenosha has to offer! One of the best things about Kenosha, is there are so many unique and one-of-a-kind experiences to take advantage of. At the Jelly Belly Visitors Center in Pleasant Prairie, visitors can tour the Jelly Belly warehouse and learn about this classic candy. Eric also runs the bases in a giant bubble ball at a Kenosha Kingfish game, and Mariah meets William Shakespeare at the Bristol Renaissance Faire. It's stuff like this that shouldn't be missed! All here in Kenosha, where you can experience "Life on the Lakeside!"
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To watch the full episode, click here: http://bit.ly/JfICnd When the snow flies in Wausau, excitement soars. Adventure-seekers take to just about every snowy activity imaginable at this wintertime playground: sledding, skiing, snowboarding, ice-skating, winterfests, horse-drawn carriage rides and more! Zip through "fresh powder" at one of central Wisconsin's largest ski areas, take a joyride down the longest tubing hill in the state and brace yourself for a little curling action at the largest curling facility in the nation. Dress warm. We're heading to the best place to play in the snow!
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Discover Wisconsin's Collin Geraghty explores Barron County's ATV and UTV trails.
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With hundreds of miles of trails and dozens of pristine lakes, Barron County is a prime candidate for outdoor adventure. In this episode, Mariah and Eric take a deep dive into the hidden gems and history of one of the most beautiful areas in the state. Eric kicks things off mountain biking through the Blue Hills before checking out the Barron County ATV playground, an intensive-use area perfect for kicking up some dirt! Meanwhile, Mariah travels to Norske Nook to sample some of their award-winning pies and learn about the business’s Norwegian heritage, and Eric gets his own delicious meal at Lehman’s Supper Club, named as one of the top 10 supper clubs in the state by Travel Wisconsin. The crew makes a stop at the Pioneer Village Museum, where the history of Barron County is on full display with hundreds of artifacts, 40 buildings and a heritage garden. Next, Eric travels to Northstar Bison and Mariah visits Anderson’s Maple Syrup to get an inside look at how these industries thrive in the area. Finally, the crew discovers the best of summer in Barron County at the county fair and the Cars, Crafts & Rock n’ Roll show in Turtle Lake before Mariah ends her Barron County journey with a movie at Stardust Twin Drive-In Theater. There’s no shortage of fun and excitement in Barron County!
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Watch segment 2 of our latest "Camping For The Fun Of It" episode! Jumping pillows, dunk tanks, mini golf, swimming pools, bicycles, water wars, theme weekends, giant shopping cart rides, and so much more! Your family hasn’t been camping, until you’ve gone Camping for the Fun of It – where it’s all about the stuff! http://discoverwisconsin.com/destinations/camping-for-the-fun-of-it/ Original air date: November 22, 2014
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Enjoy hanging with the locals at the confluence of the Eau Claire and Chippewa rivers also known as the city of Eau Claire. In this episode of Discover Wisconsin, we take in the vast diversity of music in the area while celebrating the unique venues and activities around town, including KUBB, a drive-in movie theater and a world class ski jump–all special and all in Eau Claire!
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