The most visited attractions in Wisconsin

Attractions in Wisconsin is located in the north central region of the United States on the coast of the Great Lakes. The landscape of this beautiful American state is mostly flat in low plateaus. Lowlands are east to Lake Michigan and along the Great Lakes.

Humid continental climate with sudden changes in temperature. We start with natural attractions in Wisconsin - Big Manitou Falls. The highest waterfall in Wisconsin, located on the territory of Pattison State Park. The water falls from a height of 50 meters and has a light brown color because of the minerals in the rock.

Other small but beautiful waterfalls is located in Amnicon falls state park, southeast of Superior. There are two available paths along the river Amnicon, which is divided into a least two form a small island. Parks are available in all seasons, even disabled. Bookmark and Share

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The most interesting attractions in Wisconsin

Wyalusing State Park, a beautiful park covered with forest where there are many well-preserved Indian mounds. Perrot state park, located near the town of Trempealeau River Mississippi. A little further south you can visit landmarks in Iowa State will not regret it!

Except here the observation of wildlife and migratory birds has several hiking trails and camping. There is a mountain bike trail well secured. Of the lakes in the state of Wisconsin we can mention Lake Monona to Madison.

In winter always freezes for more than 100 days, but at other times is ideal for boating and fishing. The most beautiful natural attraction in our opinion Dells of the Wisconsin River. Represents a picturesque gorge of the river with the typical Wisconsin Cambrian rock formations above the water.

These horizontal jagged cliffs as high as 30 meters and can be photographed only if you make a boat. Cave of the Mounds, limestone cave 30 km south of Madison. Opened to visitors in 1940 with interesting cave formations.

The coast of Lake Michigan is very built and almost no nature left except the Island Washington. This is ideal for a quiet holiday. In the past along this island (Straits Green Bay) have sunk many ships due to the shallow water and poor navigation.

Apostle Islands, a group of 22 islands in the northern part of the state of Wisconsin in Lake Superior. In winter there is a large concentration of black bears. Biggest attraction for tourists visiting the sea caves in Devils Island and Sand Island.

They can be seen only during the coldest months of the winter, because the lake freezes. Besides the caves can make great pictures of frozen waterfalls and large icicles.

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