Here are some tips to help you choose the perfect park for your family, with specific suggestions for picking the right park in winter.
More and more families, couples and individuals are opting to bring their pups along on their summer vacation. The Wisconsin Dells welcomes this trend.
Baraboo's The Cheeze Factory, formerly the Cheese Factory and not to be confused with the Cheesecake Factory, serves some of the best vegan food in the world.
On a recent trip to the (seemingly self-proclaimed) Waterpark Capital of the World, I got two views of the Wisconsin Dells. One was exactly the one you might expect, but the other was anything but.
Last year, Wisconsin Dells hosted its first Ice Castle Wonderland, which was delayed a bit by excessively warm weather. This year, the closest location for the frigid winter sculptural wonderland is in Stillwater, Minnesota.
Due to warmer than usual winter temperatures, the Ice Castles' Wisconsin Dells location was closed for several days. However, the impressive sights will reopen to the public on Saturday, Jan. 28 at 6 p.m.
Warm-ish winter temperatures have slightly delayed the creation of the Dells' first Ice Castle Wonderland, but the cold weather seems to be here to stay and the tentative opening date for the icy extravaganza is Jan. 12.
Although Wisconsin Dells has become synonymous with waterparks over the past couple of decades, some vacationers seek a taste of the past. The funky Black Hawk Motel, built in 1945, is still owned by the same family that opened it.
Research shows that 25 percent of The Dells' visitors come without children - and this number is increasing every season. So, how should adults "do The Dells"?
The Wisconsin Dells are known for waterparks - and they're awesome - but here are 13 more things to do when you eventually dry off.
Valentine's Day is around the corner and warm weather is not, so why not whisk your partner away to the Wisconsin Dells (yes, the Dells) for a luxury getaway at Sundara Inn & Spa?
The snow is falling and it's cold outside, but you can get away to hit the slopes (or a snow tube run) with a jaunt to Christmas Mountain Resort at the Wisconsin Dells.
This week, OnMIlwaukee.com polled the Social Circle for its favorite Wisconsin vacation spots. A lot of shout outs for Door County and other lush "Up North" places. And one vote for the Sybaris.
Because Chula Vista is located three miles from "the strip," it has the most rural setting for a water park. For some, this is the main appeal of the resort which means something akin to "beautiful view" in Spanish.
There is plenty of great golf to take advantage of in Wisconsin Dells, but Coldwater Canyon - now part of the Chula Vista Resort - is a must play for travelers and residents alike.