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Old 09-02-2020, 10:44 AM
Location: Kronenwetter Wisconsin
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Northern Wisconsin is lovely with lots of lakes. Also check out Door County and Bayfield/Apostle Islands.
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Old 09-28-2020, 09:51 PM
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Door County is wonderful. Very scenic. I like it very much. It does not have the expansive sandy beaches of Michigan and the sand dunes. Instead it has smaller beaches and more rocky ones and it has high bluffs overlooking the lake.
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Old 09-29-2020, 09:48 PM
Location: Rural Wisconsin
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Originally Posted by Bert_from_back_East View Post
Last summer, I had an extraordinary time exploring northern and western Michigan. Overall, I was very impressed by the beautiful forests, lakeshores and small towns of Michigan. I especially enjoyed Mackinac Island and the sand dunes that dotted the western shoreline of Lake Michigan.

After a lovely vacation in Michigan last year, I am now determined to see and explore more of the Great Lakes Region, which is highly underrated by Americans who live on the East and West Coasts of the United States. As a result, I am considering a vacation in Wisconsin next summer, and I am curious to know:
  • Overall, how does Wisconsin compare to northern and western Michigan from a travel perspective?
  • Is there as much natural splendor in Wisconsin as there is in Michigan?
  • How do the small tourist towns in Wisconsin compare to those in Michigan? Are they as clean and charming?
  • What are the attractions and destinations that a first-time visitor to Wisconsin must see?
Thank you in advance for your replies.
I don't know about Northern Michigan, but you might consider Door County in Wisconsin, called the Cape Cod of the Midwest.

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