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Wisconsin Tourism

Snowshoe Baseball is one of those terms that is flown around our family since I was born–but when we talk about it with other people we can count on getting some strange looks and a lot of questions. So if you aren’t familiar with this game, I’ll give you the quick breakdown! Snowshoe baseball is softball that is played wearing snowshoes and no gloves. In 1961 Lake Tomahawk Town Chairman, Ray Sloan, decided that he wanted to bring another source of entertainment to the small town for tourists and residents

It’s not a trip Up North without catching a keeper or two. Northern Wisconsin has some of the best fishing–Musky, perch, walleye, trout, panfish, smallmouth and largemouth bass, we have it all. This wasn’t our craziest round fishing, as we only caught about 3 fish that were actually worth keeping, it was still a great time on the water with my family.

There are some things you just can’t get in the city. Ever since I was little I considered Up North as my little piece of paradise. I love being by the water and surrounded by woods/nature. It’s so peaceful and the scenery is impeccable. So every year my family takes a week-long vacation up to our lake house; and each time it gets harder and harder to go back to the city. And of course with such a picturesque getaway, I had to snap a ton of photos! These are

I fed a bear, took a selfie with a zebra, pet a giant tortoise, got my purse chewed by a baby goat, hung out with a bunch of deer, and a giraffe tried to make out with me—I’d say it was a pretty epic day at Wildwood Wildlife Park in Minocqua, WI. Growing up we knew it as “Jim Peck’s”—the place where you can go up to domesticated deer and literally just hangout with them. But things have changed a lot since I was a little one! They now have