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Up next in our series on Wisconsin’s indoor waterparks & water activity centers, we head to the Northwoods to The Waters of Minocqua.TheWatersOfMinocqua
No matter what the weather outside, you’ll find 13,000 square feet of indoor/outdoor waterpark fun for the entire family at The Waters of Minocqua!

Two 3-story-high, completely enclosed body slides carry you to a refreshing plunge pool. Or, have fun in the indoor/outdoor activity pool and relax in the indoor/outdoor hot tub.KiddieArea For the younger children, check out the kiddie area  with a slide of it’s own and shallow depth water.

A snack bar onsite offers pizza, nachos, soda and a few alcoholic drinks for the adults. For dry fun, don’t miss the huge arcade just off the waterpark – great fun for “kids” of all ages!

On the Calendar this Winter:

As always, click on over to to learn more about The Waters of Minocqua as well as more Wisconsin waterpark destinations.


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Congratulations to Andrew F. from North Freedom, WI!  Andrew is the winner of the November WisconsINN Getaways free night give-away at the Hilton Madison Monona Terrace in Madison.Hilton Madison Monona Terrace

If you’re interested in being entered to win a different free night each month, simply sign up for the WisconsINN Getaways monthly e-newsletter. Every month, you’ll receive an email with up to 10 special deals or packages for amazing places to stay in Wisconsin & each month you’ll be entered for another chance to win a free stay.

Upcoming giveaways include:
* Brookfield Suites Hotel (Brookfield)

Click over to the WisconsINN Getaways newsletter to sign up today and again, Congratulations to Andrew!


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  • Stunning sunrises over Lake Michigan? Check.
  • Amazing fishing for salmon, trout and more?  Check.
  • Fun outdoor activities for the whole family? Check.
  • Lighthouses, unique shopping and historical towns? Check, check & check.

About 30 minutes due east of Green Bay you’ll find the quaint harbor towns of Kewaunee and Algoma along the shores of Lake Michigan.

Outdoor Fun:
AhnapeeStateTrailFrom hiking to biking to horseback riding, you’ll find miles of scenic trails over at the Ahnapee Trail.  For the more adventurous, check out Winter Park trail for a mountain bike trail with a “fantastic single track that balances climbs and descents almost perfectly.”  There are also four county golf courses for those who travel with their clubs.

Kewaunee-FishingAnd of course, lest you forget these towns sit directly on the shores of Lake Michigan, there are plenty of charter fishing opportunities from the “most productive salmon fishing harbors in the country.”   For those who enjoy water sports of a self-propelled variety, be sure to try canoeing on the Kewaunee River or sea-kayaking along the Lake Michigan shore.

Don’t Miss:

Finally, end your day with “a fine meal, fine wine and fine jazz at the Kewaunee Inn” or watch the “sunset over town from out on the pier at the lighthouse”.

Mark Your Calendar:
July 25-Aug 2: Kewaunee/ Door County Salmon Tournament
Aug 14-16: Shanty Days, Algoma
Sept 19-20: Wet Whistle Wine FestAlgoma

Where to Stay:
Algoma- Algoma Beach Motel, at the Waters Edge B&B, Harbor Inn Motel, Hotel Stebbins, River Hills Motel or Scenic Shore Inn
Kewaunee- Coho Motel, Harbor Lights Lodge or Kewaunee Inn


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