Wisconsin is home to more than sixty golf resorts and five hundred golf courses. Whistling Straits in Haven Wisconsin and Black Wolf Run in Kohler Wisconsin have been the site for three PGA Championships, a U.S. Senior Open, two U.S. Women’s Opens and the Palmer Cup.
With over 14,000 peaceful and pristine lakes, Wisconsin is a great place for boating and sailing. Milwaukee is one of the most popular sailing spots on Lake Michigan.
The League of American Bicyclists has repeatedly ranked Wisconsin as one of the top bicycling destinations in the nation. Wisconsin offers more than 80 trails in the “rails-to-trails” system, including the world famous Elroy-Sparta Trail, and hundreds of miles more on rolling, quiet country roads and through pristine forests. Wisconsin boasts a biking friendly culture and is clearly big on biking as a way to keep visitors healthy, happy, and coming back to bike time and time again.
Wisconsin State Park System offers more than 4,900 campsites at 95 state parks and boast about 14 million visitors a year. Camping opportunities include family and outdoor group campsites, indoor group camps, backpack, hike-in and canoe-in sites, and equestrian campgrounds. There are accessible campsites available, and nine properties offer cabins for persons with disabilities.
With over 15,000 inland lakes and 42,000 miles of streams and rivers, plus the marine-esque experience of fishing the Great Lakes, Wisconsin is a premier fishing destination and offers more opportunities for reeling in more species of fish than anywhere else in the Midwest.