WI Posted in Wisconsin March 23, 2016 by Laura 11 Things You Must Do In Wisconsin On A Hot Summer Day Yes, spring just started, but we are already daydreaming about summer. Let’s dream together about those nice, warm Wisconsin days and plan what we will do with them. 1. Enjoy Wisconsin Dells like never before. Noah's Ark Waterpark/Facebook Yes, it'll be crowded. But the anticipation of getting on the rides is part of the fun. Whether you go every year or haven't gone in 20 years, head down this summer. 2. Visit Pewit's Nest. kenneth casper/Flickr This is the premier swimming hole in Wisconsin. Get in your trunks and splash. 3. Make a trip to Washington Island. Gina Moskowitz/Flickr Get on the ferry and explore the beautiful beaches. It is unspoiled Wisconsin at its finest. 4. Enjoy Lake Geneva. atramos/Flickr Lake Geneva has beaches to enjoy the water, and some really amazing architecture tours on their cruise boats. You will have a blast. 5. Go tubing. Jeramey Jannene/Flickr I don't think you are a true Wisconsinite if you haven't held onto a tube for dear life while dad is at the boat's helm. 6. Chase waterfalls. Joshua Mayer/Flickr Seriously, there are some incredible waterfalls in our state. Pictured here: Copper Falls. 7. Get out in a kayak. Tim Wilson/Flickr Don't settle for kayaking in the little lake by your house, either. Explore Wisconsin via its waterways. 8. Eat incredible frozen custard. charlie vinz/Flickr A hot day is the PERFECT excuse to eat ice cream. Make it your mission to eat from some awesome ice ream parlors this summer. 9. Walk on the beach with someone you love. Daniel Orth/Flickr Yes, Wisconsin actually has some prettty phenomenal beaches. Make sand castles, splash in the water, and enjoy a picture perfect sunset. Pictured here: North Beach (Racine). 10. Be a kid at Quarry Beach. Quarry Beach/Facebook An adventure park on the water? Count me in. This place is located in Sheboygan. 11. Learn to windsurf. Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources/Flickr Going out on the water in a boat is nice, but there's no better way to enjoy the water than windsurfing. What’s your favorite thing to do on a hot Wisconsin summer day?