Travelogue

Northern Wisconsin & U.P. Waterfalls Awaiting You This Spring

April 9, 2024

 

Lucky for us, this land we call Up North has many waterfalls to brag about, so wherever your travels throughout Northern Wisconsin and U.P. Michigan take you this season, a waterfall will be but an easy …

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From Native Brook Trout to Trophy Musky, the Waterways of Iron County, MI, Provide Excellent Sport Fishing

March 26, 2024

With 314 lakes and approximately 900 miles of rivers, Iron County, Michigan, provides almost limitless remote waterways with bountiful stocks of diverse species. Anglers enjoy fishing for walleye, northern pike, bass, musky, yellow perch, bluegill, sunfish, black crappie, bullhead, and brook trout in Iron County’s …

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Four Phelps-Area Hikes We’re Daydreaming About Taking

March 26, 2024

According to the calendar, spring has arrived in the Northwoods of Wisconsin, no matter what the recent chilly and snowy weather may say. While we wait for the stubborn snowbanks to dwindle and the trails to drain, we daydream about taking long hikes through the …

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Two pilsner glasses on a bar.

A Northwoods Brewery Road Trip

March 21, 2024

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 six great local breweries this weekend!

1. Sawmill Brewing Company – Merrill

Before you get deep in the Northwoods, …

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U.P. Waterfalls Worth the Trip This Spring

March 12, 2024

You will oftentimes hear them before you see them. We’re talking about waterfalls in the Upper Peninsula. And springtime is prime time to hear them roar as they flush the snowmelt and spring rains to their final destinations—either Lake Superior or another, larger river system.

We …

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Bewabic State Park Is Popular for Its Beauty

March 12, 2024

Not only is Bewabic State Park an ideal place to have a picnic, to camp or take a hike or swim, it’s also steeped in Civilian Conservation (CCC) history. Several CCC structures are still in use, including a log bathhouse constructed in 1937.

Located four miles …

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Plan a Wilderness Experience to the Sylvania Recreation Area this Summer

March 5, 2024

Few areas compare to the Sylvania Wilderness and Sylvania Recreation Area, located near Watersmeet, Michigan, and part of the National Wilderness Preservation System.

The 18,327-acre wilderness offers an outstanding experience for those who want to camp, fish, hike, view wildlife, canoe, or enjoy the solitude of …

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Find Delicious Dinners and Rustic Comforts at These Northwoods Lodges and Inns

March 5, 2024

If you’re planning a getaway to the Northwoods, you’ll have your pick among places that offer incredible outdoor adventures. To make planning your stay a breeze, opt for a resort, lodge, or inn that also offers delicious dinner right on-site. That way, after an …

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Watch Motorsports Mayhem at Keyes Peak Ski Hill in Florence, Wisconsin

March 3, 2024

By Dean S. Acheson

Trucks will be taking over Keyes Peak Ski Hill on Saturday, March 9, when it hosts exciting side-by-side truck drag racing.

Watch all types of stock and modified trucks, some with jacked-up fuels. It’s loud, aggressive, and for a great cause—proceeds will help …

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To Know a Northwoods Supper Club Is to Love a Northwoods Supper Club

February 28, 2024

Supper clubs’ roots are traced back to New York City’s Prohibition-era speakeasies that served dinner as a cover for their real business (serving illegal alcohol) and to the Los Angelos diner that Milwaukee native Lawrence Frank opened. But today, supper clubs are a particularly …

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