Commonly known for cream puffs, cheese curds, beer, and brats, one visit is all it takes to discover that the Badger State encompasses much more. From the Ice Age Trail’s magnificent evidence of glacial formation to the American Indian tribes (for which many of its cities are named) Wisconsin has rich history to explore. Bordered on the east by the second largest of the Great Lakes, Lake Michigan, an additional 15,000 inland lakes provide ample opportunities for white water rafting, kayaking, swimming, and boating. It’s also a fisherman’s paradise with over 150 species of fish waiting to be caught. Wisconsin isn’t just about summer activities, autumn offers scenic drives through glorious fall foliage, and when the snow flies, winter ski resorts offer some of the best downhill and cross-country skiing in the region. Whether it’s for a day, a week, or longer, Wisconsin is a favorite place to visit – after all, one third of houses sold here are for second homes.