Dream of your next adventure, whether it be visiting America's largest water park, driving an ATV trail, walking ocean-like beaches, quirky stops, or Natural Wonders like the Falls or Lapham Peak. Your Wisconsin Road Trip starts here.
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Rotary Botanical Gardens
Rotary Botanical Gardens is an award winning 20-acre, non-profit botanic showcase with 26 different garden styles and 4,000 varieties of plants. The Gardens is home to many dramatic and internationally themed gardens, including Japanese, Scottish, French Formal, Italian and English Cottage Gardens. Visitors to the Gardens may enjoy guided garden tours, shopping local artisans’ works in the Cottage Garden Gallery Gift Shop, and a variety of educational classes and programs available for adults, youth and families.
Scenic Byway State Highway 60
Wisconsin Scenic Byway, Highway 60 takes travelers 100 miles along the Lower Wisconsin River from Lodi to Prairie du Chien in the heart of southwest Wisconsin’s rural Driftless Area.
Great River Road
The Great River Road National Scenic Byway was voted one of America’s “10 Most Scenic Drives” by the Society of American Travel Writers. The route is marked by steep, forested valleys and coulees, as well as soaring limestone bluffs providing amazing views for fall color drives.
Cave of the Mounds
Cave of the Mounds, a natural limestone cave located near Blue Mounds, Wisconsin, United States, is named for two nearby hills called the Blue Mounds. It is located in the southern slope of the east hill. The cave's beauty comes from its many varieties of mineral formations called speleothems.
Devil's Lake State Park
Devil’s Lake State Park is located in Baraboo, Wisconsin, and is Wisconsin’s most popular state park. The over 9,000-acre park anchors more than 27,000 acres of parkland and natural areas open to public recreation in Sauk County.