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FIND OUT MORE From Apostle Islands kayaking to inspiring arts and crafts workshops to hiking and camping in beautiful Wisconsin state parks, Bayfield offers a veritable “What’s What” of what to do in Wisconsin.FIND OUT MORE From its signature ski race — the legendary American Birkebeiner — the Birkie has grown into an exciting array of fitness and recreational opportunities.There is plenty to do; hiking, bicycling, picnicking, fishing and swimming.The North Country National Scenic Trail passes through Copper Falls State Park.Formed by the glaciers of the last Ice Age, the Chequamegon (Sho-wah-ma-gun) National Forest and the Spider Lake Region are covered with crystal clear lakes, rambling streams, waterfalls, glacial moraines, erratic stone formations and an ancient mountain range.By the late 1700s, Europeans began to find their way to the Ojibway people and the lands of the great northern forests.
It’s a Wisconsin culinary tradition that seems totally normal to people who grew up here, but may seem a bit random to visitors and transplants. Scout celebrated his 20th birthday in February 2014!FIND OUT MORE The Civilian Conservation Corps and Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest played big roles in the reforestation of northern Wisconsin, which in 1933 was heavily logged and burned over. These include buildings, bridges, plantations, former camps and fire towers.Some of the sites still exist and are still in use, others have been reconstructed, some have been demolished or removed.FIND OUT MORE Duluth is a four-season city — as breathtaking in winter white as it is in summer green.Come any time of year, and you’ll find an entirely new place to explore.