An eclectic array of Wisconsin resorts of all sorts can be found across this
state, which is rich in history,
wild places, beautiful state
parks, and numerous manmade and natural attractions.
In the northeastern part of the state, Door County resorts offer prime accommodation that takes advantage of the region's ten historic lighthouses, five state parks, eleven golf courses and a thriving arts community. This doesn't take into account the more than 350 miles of shoreline, meaning that some of the best Wisconsin Lake Michigan resorts are located here. Pristine sandy beaches and lively harbors and marinas provide recreational opportunities in both Green Bay and the great lake.
A great number of Door County resorts are found along these miles of shoreline, and these Wisconsin Lake Michigan resorts have a multitude of facilities, such as boat charters for fishing and private beaches. Many will have rooms, cabins, or suites with kitchenettes, since so many families and small groups who vacation here do so for extended periods. This is a big help if you're on a budget and want to save on your dining out costs.
The narrow peninsula between the lake and Green Bay is wide enough for the
state parks and hundreds of miles of hiking
and cross-country skiing trails,
so there are also Door County resorts that are set inland, sometimes right on
golfing venues. All of these have access to the beaches and other recreational
activities, and will be able to help you take tours
and do some sightseeing all over the county. Even if you're not staying right
on the water in one of the Wisconsin Lake Michigan resorts you will be able
to enjoy all that this beautiful region has to offer.
At another of the Great Lakes, Lake Superior and its popular Apostle
Islands and U.S. National Parks Shoreline, there are even more varied Wisconsin
resorts to be found. Many of the ones that are located in this region will also
be inland, offering beautiful woodland cabins and rustic lodges with all the
amenities you normally expect of fine resorts.
Another regions with a large concentration of Wisconsin resorts is around the towns of Wisconsin Dells and Baraboo. Here is where you will find scores of indoor and outdoor water parks, Native American casinos, and the very popular Circus World Museum.
But you won't find Wisconsin resorts concentrated only in these three prime vacation destinations. They are scattered across the state, along the Mississippi River, and around the many other lakes in the state. Many resorts are designed around river sports or located near wineries. Some have their own airports, and some have their own marinas. You can even take a multi-night cruise on a resort ship that plies the waters of Lake Michigan or Lake Superior. There are budget resorts, and even camping and ski resorts. Some are very deluxe, and some are downright exclusive. But what they all offer is a location with access to multiple fascinating and beautiful attractions, and a plethora of facilities to fill you leisure time so that you enjoy a total vacation experience regardless of your taste or budget.