At the very tip of the Door County peninsula lies Gills Rock, where a strong tradition of commercial fishing continues today. This area is also very popular with scuba divers who explore the many shipwrecks in and around Death’s Door. The Door County maritime museum houses many artifacts from these wrecks and chronicles the fishing industry. Ferries to Washington Island depart regularly from Gills Rock and nearby Northport Pier.
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The rolling hills, beautiful lakes and streams, picturesque scenery, and unique places to explore are a few reasons to visit Northern Wisconsin. This region stretches from the border of Minnesota to Michigan on the East border.
Everyone loves a trip “up-north”! Whether relaxing or adventuring, Northeastern Wisconsin has it all. With all the beautiful lakes, streams and harbors, if you’re a water-skier, fishermen, whitewater paddler, or outdoorsmen, then you are in the right atmosphere.
Come visit the Midwest’s most popular destination for family fun, Wisconsin Dells! The South Central region holds great Wisconsin history as well as the State Capitol and University of Wisconsin in downtown Madison.
From lakeshore festivals to spectacular performing arts, Milwaukee and it’s surrounding neighbors offer the perfect urban mix. In Southeastern Wisconsin, you’ll find some of the states finest museums, zoos, beaches, fishing and outdoor activities. Lake Geneva serves as a premier vacation destination for those wanting to relax.
West Central Wisconsin’s deep valleys and rolling hills are bordered by the Mississippi River. Explore the rich heritage and unique charming towns along the Great River Road. If you are planning a road trip, you will want to explore all West Central has to offer.