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Summer in Waupaca and the Chain O' Lakes

Jul 19, 2014 ● By Julie Henning

Nestled among pristine spring-fed lakes, this beautiful tourist destination boasts endless outdoor recreational opportunities, a unique shopping scene, an assortment of dining to please every palate,

Family Camping: Waupaca Camping Park, Waupaca

Jul 19, 2014 ● By Julie Henning

July is the perfect time of year to go camping in Wisconsin and if you find yourself up near Waupaca and the Chain O'Lakes, the Waupaca Camping Park is a nice option for families.Within a short drive

Hot New Items for Back to School

Jul 15, 2014 ● By Dannelle Gay

Those three words: Back to school.They make me feel like Meg Ryan in the movie You've Got Mail! I LOVE the smell of new pencils, wandering down through the aisles of school supplies, and figuring out

Wisconsin Waterfalls: Willow River Falls

May 27, 2014 ● By Julie Henning

The first in our Wisconsin Waterfalls series, we found ourselves in Hudson, Wisconsin this past weekend for a visit to Willow River State Park and Willow River Falls.At nearly 3,000 acres, Willow Rive

Wizard Quest vs. MagiQuest: Which one is right for you?

May 27, 2014 ● By Tiffany Malloy

This is our first summer in Wisconsin, and you have better believe that we’ve spent this long, cold, snowy winter making our list of local attractions to explore after the world thawed. While we were

Midwest Travel: The Children's Museum of Indianapolis

May 22, 2014 ● By Julie Henning

With 472,900-square feet, more than 120,000 artifacts, and over 1 million visitors each year, The Children's Museum of Indianapolis is largest children’s museum in the world. Located north of downtown

Midwest Travel: Indianapolis Zoo

May 21, 2014 ● By Julie Henning

Indianapolis Zoo Located within the White River State Park in downtown Indianapolis, to me the Indianapolis Zoo feels a bit like being in Central Park. Zoos usually aren't high on my places to visit,

Midwest Travel: Family Vacation in Indianapolis, Indiana

May 20, 2014 ● By Julie Henning

Indianapolis. AKA Indy, The Circle City, Crossroads of America, Naptown, The Racing Capital of the World, and Amateur Sports Capital of the World. Until last week, I had always been focused on getting

Monumental Square Art Festival, Racine Wisconsin (May 31-June 1)

May 09, 2014 ● By Julie Henning

The Monument Square Art Festival (MSAF) in Racine, Wisconsin brings the works of 80 artists from throughout the country to Sixth and Main streets in Downtown Racine on Saturday and Sunday, May 31 and

Teacher Appreciation Day

May 06, 2014 ● By Brooke McGee

I must admit I’m late on submitting this, and to be honest, late on THINKING of it—which is exactly one reason I feel it is so important to point out that today is Teacher Appreciation Day. Yes, I sen

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