13 Enchanting Spots In Wisconsin You Never Knew Existed
Have you ever visited a place and thought it seemed like something magical, enchanted, and straight out of a fairy tale? There are a lot of places in Wisconsin that are incredibly awe-inspiring, and many of them are off of the beaten path. Here are 13 of our favorite little-known gems, tucked-away places, and hidden parks in Wisconsin.
Do you agree that these are some of the most magical beaches, little-known trails, and hidden parks in Wisconsin? Be sure to share your thoughts with us in the comments below — we’d love to hear from you!
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Does Wisconsin have any hidden gems?
Perhaps we’re a bit biased, but we believe Wisconsin to be one of the most beautiful places in the world. Aside from having some truly awe-inspiring and famous attractions, Wisconsin is also home to a collection of relatively little-known spots. If you’re a local, you might not necessarily call these places “hidden gems,” but you’d be surprised by how many people have never ventured to the following places: Horicon Marsh, Door County, Apostle Islands National Lakeshore, Big Manitou Falls, Pewit’s Nest, Stavkirke Church on Washington Island, Cave Point County Park, Wyalusing State Park, the Driftless Region, Devil’s Lake State Park, Olbrich Botanical Gardens, and Amnicon Falls. Have you experienced any of these hidden gem destinations in Wisconsin?
What are some lesser-known state parks in Wisconsin?
We’re so glad you asked! For some of the best hidden parks in Wisconsin, look no further than Tower Hill State Park, Rocky Arbor State Park, Lake Wissota State Park, Hartman Creek State Park, Roche-A-Cri State Park, New Glarus Woods State Park, Buckhorn State Park, Merrick State Park, Kinnickinnic State Park, Mill Bluff State Park, and Nelson Dewey State Park. Learn more about these relatively underrated state parks in Wisconsin.