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Wisconsin Dells

With more than half of the world's population now living in urban areas compared to less than 40% in 1990, But still people want to spend their vacation in natural and relaxing places.

Wisconsin Dells may be known as "The Water park Capital Of the World!", but world famous indoor water parks aren't the only reason to visit there are scenic tours and thrilling attractions also.


How to get there  

Fly

Fly to Milwaukee or Madison and rent a car to drive Dells.

Train

Train service by Amtrak drops you off downtown. Wisconsin Dells station code WDL.


In the Wisconsin Dells area are lots of natural places within and just outside the city limits,which often comes as a pleasant surprise.So pull out those cross trainers, warm up with a little stretching and start exploring the great outdoors in the Dells, starting with the river and scenery that started it all.

The Wisconsin River & Scenic Tours


The Wisconsin River has two part Upper Dells and Lower Dells. You can take guided Double Decker boat tour for both areas or see the Wisconsin river aboard a land to water vehicle known as DUCK and explore the river with stories of history.






If you want to explore the Wisconsin river by yourself, than you can rent a speed boat and explore by yourself. You can also enjoy kayaking, Jet ski or stand-up paddle boarding around Wisconsin river.







Zipline canopy tours


Ditch the expenses of a rain forest vacation and Zipline in Wisconsin Dells instead. Red pines and white oaks dominate the landscape of Bigfoot Zipline tours . You can skim over the treetops courtesy of Wilderness Canyon ZipLine Canopy Tour, Which literally takes you right over lost canyon.



Indoor and Outdoor Water parks

Stay and play is the biggest attraction in Wisconsin Dells. There are a number of water parks in Wisconsin Dells. The Polynesian resort was the first property in the nation to introduce the indoor water park concept; that was back in 1989. Today, the Dells has more indoor and outdoor water parks per capita than anywhere else on the planet.

A List of water park resorts

  • Great Wolf Lodge
  • Chula Vista Resort
  • Kalahari Resort
  • Polynesian Resort
  • Wilderness Hotel & Golf Resort
  • Mt. Olympus & Theme Park
  • Noah's Ark Water park
  • Glacier canyon lodge


Other things to do:-

  • Wine tasting
  • Shopping & Spa
  • Golf Lessons
  • Waterpark Cabana
  • Snowboarding & skiing
  • Strolling
  • Fishing and Hunting
  • Camping
  • Lot of different types of shows


14 comments:

  1. There's nothing like spending time on the water for a break is there - and I know my kids would love those water parks too!

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  2. You know, I've really have never thought of visiting Wisconsin Dells... but I think this post may have me sold! Espically the zip lining and wine tasting, that basically sums me up! lol

    www.roseandthekitchen.com/blog

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  3. I've never been to Wisconsin before, but now I will have to plan a trip to go there! It looks like there is so much to do in such a nice area. Great, informative post!

    Allie
    http://www.thebackallieway.com

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  4. My sister and her family used to live near here. I have always wanted to visit!

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  5. For me traveling by train would be the best! I also prefer real nature to water parks but all of these ideas look great! I need a vacation!

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  6. As much as I would like to do this I would be dead scared since I do not know how to swim. I tried going through the Loboc river in my country and half of me enjoyed but the other half was fearing for my life.

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  7. We love the Dells! I've taken my oldest son, but not all three boys yet. I think we will plan a trip for next summer.

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  8. My husband and I are interested in exploring natural relaxing places. Vacation is about relaxing with family

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  9. I have a cousin who lived there. She says there is so much to do in Wisconsin. I would love to visit it someday.

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  10. I have been wanting to go to Wisconsin. Looks like lot of great things to do.

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  11. It looks so serene and relaxing, I'd love to go boating there. It's a nice escape from the city, really.

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  12. I have never been in Wisconsin but it seems a great things to do. I want an vacation

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  13. Another great suggestion to look into for ;future trips! Thanks! :)

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  14. Everyone in the house here wants to try the ziplining. It does look and sound fun.

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