Travelogue

Beginners and Advanced Anglers Alike: Book a Trip with a Fishing Guide for an Unforgettable Day on the Water

September 19, 2019

Considering there are 15,074 documented lakes in Wisconsin, it’s safe to say that fishing is a pretty big deal around here—and a way of life for many. But with so many waterways and species of fish, there is a lot to learn. Whether you are …

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Celebrate the Cranberry! Can’t-Miss Tours and Festivals in Northern Wisconsin

September 17, 2019

Did you know that Wisconsin is the world’s largest producer of cranberries, providing 52 percent of the world’s harvested cranberries? Contrary to common belief, cranberries do not grow in the water but on low vines in sandy marshes and bogs. During this time of year, …

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Fishing from a pier on a fall day

A Weekend Trip to Boulder Junction: Two Mix-and-Match Itineraries

September 14, 2019

Deemed “The Musky Capital of the World,” Boulder Junction has long been known as a fishing mecca. But that’s not all this gem of the Northwoods has to offer! Boulder Junction has an abundance of activities and attractions for fishers and fashionistas, athletes and …

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Two pilsner glasses on a bar.

A Northwoods Brewery Road Trip

September 12, 2019

Craft beer lovers, explore the Northwoods with your tastebuds on this brewery tour. Grab some friends (including a designated driver), hit the road, and follow this route to seven great local breweries this weekend!

1. Sawmill Brewing Company – Merrill

Before you get deep in the Northwoods, …

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Motorcycle ride on a forested road.

Tomahawk Fall Ride: Know Before You Go!

September 11, 2019

If your travels Up North have brought you through the Tomahawk area this week, you likely have heard rumblings and seen signs for the Tomahawk Fall Ride. The 38th Annual Tomahawk Fall Ride is a group of events taking place Wednesday, September 11, through …

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Hiking boots standing on autumn leaves.

5 Northwoods Outfitters That Will Get You Ready for Your Hiking and Cycling Trip This Fall

September 10, 2019

There’s an inviting crispness in the air. The leaves on the trees are now dipped in gold. You decide it’s a perfect day for a long hike or a bike ride in the Northwoods.

But when you retrieve your fall hiking and cycling gear from the …

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Your 2019 Up North Fall Festival Guide

September 7, 2019

The approach of the most colorful season of the year is the perfect reason to celebrate! Whether your Up North base camp is in Manitowish Waters or Madeline Island or anywhere in between, there’s likely to be a fall festival near you while you’re in …

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6 Opportunities to Support Local Economy and Ecology at a Farm-to-Table Meal This Season

September 5, 2019

More than just picturesque places to take your kids, pick a few apples, and laugh at the antics of spunky goats this fall, the farms of northern Wisconsin and Michigan’s Upper Peninsula are essential components of the economy, ecology, and culture of our wonderful region. …

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17 Spectacular Ways to Explore the Northwoods This September

September 3, 2019

Consider this your fair warning: as beautiful as an Up North summer is, this region is about to get impossibly beautiful with the arrival of autumn and the amazing colors the new season brings to our forests. And you’re going to want to explore the …

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Labor Day Sales, the Northwoods Way

August 30, 2019

Labor Day is a popular time for mall shops and online retailers alike to capitalize on the transitioning seasons, the last-minute scramble to get all the back-to-school essentials, and an extra weekend day of leisurely shopping time to draw in patrons with major sales. As …

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