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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,

Midwest Travel: Geocaching in Galena, Illinois

Jul 13, 2014 ● By Julie Henning

Galena, Illinois has been on my Midwest Travel bucket list for quite some time. So, when we found ourselves with an open Sunday and the perfect weather for a summer road trip, we headed down to the No

Best Places to Skip Stones in Door County, Wisconsin

Jun 27, 2014 ● By Julie Henning

A summertime tradition passed down though the decades, skipping stones is a rite-of-passage for anyone living in a Great Lakes state. Because a certain type of stone is best for skipping—palm size, fl

Combine Nature and Cars During a Day Trip to Volo, Illinois

Jun 25, 2014 ● By Melissa Schwartz

Volo, Illinois may be  a small town with a population of nearly 3,000, but it is certainly not small on family fun and is home to two attractions that make for a well-rounded  family day trip. The Vol

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

Midwest Travel: Family Vacation in Omaha, Nebraska

Jan 06, 2014 ● By Julie Henning

For those of us living in the Midwest, Omaha, Nebraska is centrally located, affordable, and offers a variety of four-season events and venues. The citizens are friendly and the food is homegrown—here

Midwest Travel: Starved Rock State Park, Utica, Illinois

Nov 18, 2013 ● By Julie Henning

Gateway to the 2,600 acre Starved Rock State Park, the region features sandstone canyons, seasonal waterfalls, and hiking trails galore. A beautiful four-season destination, Utica is closer than you m

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