Welcome to Wisconsin


So embrace the cheese thing, because there's a good chance you'll be here for a while. Wisconsin has a ton to offer: exploring the craggy cliffs and lighthouses of Door County, kayaking through sea caves at Apostle Islands National Lakeshore, cow chip throwing along Hwy 12 and soaking up beer, art and festivals in Milwaukee and Madison.


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$40 Tours & Sightseeing

Milwaukee Sightseeing City Tour

The 3 hour tour begins in front of Milwaukee's beautiful City Hall, the tallest habitable building in the world when it was completed! Next up is a short walk to see the Pabst Theater and a photo opportunity with the "Bronze Fonz." From here you will hop in the bus and begin the driving portion of the tour. You will see the Milwaukee Museum Mile and the East Side. You will also view the beautiful mansions that line the cliff above Lake Michigan. The first stop on the tour is a chance to enjoy Lake Park and the North Point Lighthouse. You continue on with a drive along Lake Michigan and a 10-minute stop at the Milwaukee Art Museum. From here you travel through the Third Ward and Walker's Point neighborhoods and stop for cheese samples at the Clock Shadow Creamery. The final stop is a 30-minute private tour and tasting at Lakefront Brewery. Each guest will leave the brewery with a souvenir pint glass or key-chain with a bottle opener on it. After the brewery you return to City Hall and conclude the tour.

$58.03 Food, Wine & Nightlife

Walking Food Tour in Downtown Madison

The tour begins at 12:00pm at the first tasting location, The Great Dane. Food and beer samples will be provided as guests learn about the history of the restaurant and bratwurst in Wisconsin. From there the group will casually walk towards the next tasting location, stopping to talk about 2 architectural points and the creation of Madison by James Doty. Once arriving at the second stop, Gotham Bagels, guests will sample and hear about the only NYC style bagel shop in Madison that has been family owned and operated since 2007. Continuing on the walk around the Capitol Square area we stop to talk about the impressive Dane County Farmer's Market and the busting State Street, which is where the third and fourth tastings take place. Sampling Mackinac Island style fudge at Kilwins and deep fried cheese curds at Wisconsin Brewing Tap Haus. From there the tour hears the controversial story behind Madison's first skyscraper and takes a sneak peek inside the beautiful Capitol. The tour ends at a swanky burger joint, DLUX, where the guests get to sample delicious milkshakes made from Wisconsin ice cream, the perfect end cap for a Wisconsin food tour.

$55 Water Sports

Door County Wetlands Kayak Tour

This is a great tour for beginners or first-time kayakers! Sit-on-top kayaks are stable, safe and easy to paddle. You will spend two hours on water – not too much, not too little! This tour is a great way to prepare your kayaking skills for our Bluff Tour or Cave Tour As we use sit on top tandem kayaks, our tours are great for kids ages 5+ and beginner paddlers! If you have no experience and want to gain some, we recommend joining our Wetlands Kayak Tour before you embark on our Cave Kayak Tour. Cancellation Policy: If the conditions are not favorable for the cave tour, you have 3 options; (1) Reschedule for another time (within 3-5 days), (2) Join another tour at that time if available and if conditions are safe (i.e. wetlands, bluff or paddleboard) (3) Cancel and lose your deposit $10/Person. If there is lightning/thunder in the air, we do our best to reschedule everyone, if you are not able to reschedule, you will receive a full refund

$303.84 Tours & Sightseeing

Self-Guided Wisconsin Canoe Expedition: 35 Miles

Go on an adventurous self guided expedition that will allow you to get in touch with nature through a canoe paddle on the Wisconsin River. This local operator will put you and your canoe in at the appropriate length on the river at Spring Green and the rest will be up to you. Enjoy your leisurely paddle down the river to your destination and make sure to stop on the way, this self guided adventure can take up to two days. Your journey will end when you arrive at the local town of Boscobel, where your car will be parked from your drive out.Gear included in this package includes: Two person canoe Two person tent Two person comfort package (two sleep mats, two seat backs, one dry bag, one bundle of wood) Two carbon fiber paddles Two canpanions Gear recommended for you to bring on this trip that is not included: Sunscreen, sunglasses, wide brim hat, long sleeve shirt and pants, sleeping bag, pillow, change of clothes, backpacking stove, pot/pan, cooking utilsils, food / cooler, scouring pad, table, chair, insect repellant, jacket, cap

$377.69 Tours & Sightseeing

Self-Guided Wisconsin Canoe Expedition: 60 Miles

Go on an adventurous self guided expedition that will allow you to get in touch with nature through a canoe paddle on the Wisconsin River. This local operator will put you and your canoe in at your launch location after checking in at the Sauk City central offices. After a safety briefing and adventure instruction, you will be brought to the starting drop location on the Wisconsin River. Enjoy your leisurely paddle down the river to your destination and make sure to stop on the way, this self guided adventure can take multiple days.Please be Aware: There's a nude beach seven miles into your trip that is located across from Ferry Bluff and is river left. You will be ticketed by the DNR if you stop at the beach by watercraft on a weekday. You may stop at the nude beach via watercraft if it is a weekend. There is no camping one mile up and one mile down river from the beach, period. There are usually small yellow signs posted on sandbars that are within the two mile stretch, but not necessarily visible due to vegetation or pranksters. You could be ticketed and will be asked to pull your camp and move on by the DNR regardless of the time of day/night. If you stay river right when you near Ferry Bluff you’ll most likely glide right by the beach and not even realize it’s there. This local operator sends around 3,000 people past the beach every year and have had no issues, but if you're looking to avoid the nude beach all together please consider pulling out at the Mazomaniee boat landing or paddling out of our Boscobel location (can be arranged after booking).Please bring an extra set of car keys. While you're on the river the local operator will arrange to get your vehicle moved 60 miles down river to Boscobel. This way when you finish your trip your vehicle will be waiting for you and you can be on your way home that much quicker. Gear included in this package includes: Two person canoe Two person tent Two person comfort package (two sleep mats, two seat backs, one dry bag, one bundle of wood) Two upgraded canoe paddles Two canpanions Gear recommended for you to bring on this trip that is not included: Sunscreen, sunglasses, wide brim hat, long sleeve shirt and pants, sleeping bag, pillow, change of clothes, backpacking stove, pot/pan, cooking utilsils, food / cooler, scouring pad, table, chair, insect repellant, jacket, cap

$503.24 Tours & Sightseeing

Self-Guided Wisconsin Canoe Expedition: 92 Miles

Go on an adventurous self guided expedition that will allow you to get in touch with nature through a canoe paddle on the Wisconsin River. This local operator will put you and your canoe in at your launch location after checking in at the Sauk City central offices. After a safety briefing and adventure instruction, you will be brought to the starting drop location on the Wisconsin River. Enjoy your leisurely paddle down the river to your destination and make sure to stop on the way, this self guided adventure can take multiple days.Please be Aware: There's a nude beach seven miles into your trip that is located across from Ferry Bluff and is river left. You will be ticketed by the DNR if you stop at the beach by watercraft on a weekday. You may stop at the nude beach via watercraft if it is a weekend. There is no camping one mile up and one mile down river from the beach, period. There are usually small yellow signs posted on sandbars that are within the two mile stretch, but not necessarily visible due to vegetation or pranksters. You could be ticketed and will be asked to pull your camp and move on by the DNR regardless of the time of day/night. If you stay river right when you near Ferry Bluff you’ll most likely glide right by the beach and not even realize it’s there. This local operator sends around 3,000 people past the beach every year and have had no issues, but if you're looking to avoid the nude beach all together please consider pulling out at the Mazomaniee boat landing or paddling out of our Boscobel location (can be arranged after booking).Your local tour operator will stay in touch with you while on the river and accommodate you rarrival time as best as possible. It is highly encouraged you to bring an extra set of keys for your vehicle, while you're on the river they will move your car from Sauk City 60 miles down river to Boscobel. At the conclusion of your trip they'll pick you up at Wyalusing Beach and shuttle you 31 miles up river to Boscobel and your car.Gear included in this package includes: Two person canoe Two person tent Two person comfort package (two sleep mats, two seat backs, one dry bag, one bundle of wood) Two upgraded canoe paddles Two canpanionsGear recommended for you to bring on this trip that is not included: Sunscreen, sunglasses, wide brim hat, long sleeve shirt and pants, sleeping bag, pillow, change of clothes, backpacking stove, pot/pan, cooking utilsils, food / cooler, scouring pad, table, chair, insect repellant, jacket, cap