Spring horses in a corral in Wisconsin

It’s Time to Start Thinking Spring!

Put those ski’s and skates away and get your bicycles out of storage, Spring is coming! In Wisconsin, there are a ton of great places to go, things to do, and sights to see that can get you in the mood for Spring! From a hike at one of the magnificent state parks to visiting a local farmers market, you can start the new season in the fresh Wisconsin air.

Some great events going on this time of year include the Milwaukee Brewers Opening Day on Monday, April 2nd and the Crazylegs Classic in Madison on Saturday, April 28th! For more events, check out our WisTravel Event Calendar HERE!

Other great Spring activities include visiting a local Zoo, taking a fishing trip in a local stream of lake, or enjoying the blooming tulips in a county park! There are endless ways to enjoy Spring in Wisconsin and we invite you to start exploring them all today!

Happy Spring!

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