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Lakes and Bays of Wisconsin (Milwaukee - Lake Winnebago - Green Bay - Lake Michigan - Self Drive)

8 to 12+ Nights from $1,998*
* This sample price: priced within the past 7 days for arrival on 9/9/2024. Choose your own arrival dates.

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This 8 night sample itinerary includes:

  • Rental Car for 9 days
  • Hotel for 2 nights in Milwaukee
  • Hotel for 2 nights in Lake Winnebago
  • Hotel for 2 nights in Green Bay
  • Hotel for 2 nights in Lake Michigan Shore North
  • Driving Time
    Milwaukee - Lake Winnebago: 1 hr. 10 mins. approx.
    Lake Winnebago - Green Bay: 1 hr. approx.
    Green Bay - Lake Michigan Shore North Area: 1 hr. - 1 hr. 20 mins approx.
    Lake Michigan Shore North Area- Milwaukee Airport: 30 - 50 mins. approx.

Wisconsin offer many areas to enjoy crystal water and natural landscapes. With a Rental Car discover its most popular locations; Milwaukee (largest city of Wisconsin, has advertised itself as the "City of Festivals," especially emphasizing an annual summer party along the lakefront called Summerfest); next, Lake Winnebago (Wisconsin's largest inland lake and, arguably, its most important fishery); then, Green Bay (famous for beaver pelts, paper production, and a thriving shipping industry); and finally, Lake Michigan Shore North (with a number of harbors for boat entry: Hammond Marina, East Chicago Marina and a number of others in Michigan City and Portage). This is a flexible vacation package. Select your number of nights in each city, desired hotel and activities.

Flexible Itinerary

  • Milwaukee, WI

  • Lake Winnebago, WI

  • Green Bay, WI

  • Lake Michigan Shore North, WI

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Trip Summary

  • Milwaukee, WI

    Milwaukee is the largest city in Wisconsin, making it a regional hub for everything from culture to commerce. Milwaukee is a place where 19th-century historic buildings share the same city blocks as 21st-century urban renewal projects. It is one of the beer capitals of the world, and at one time was home to the world`s four largest breweries. Today Milwaukee is famous for beer as well as its budding culinary scene, popular cultural events, and plentiful boating and water sporting activities due to its location on Lake Michigan.

    Explore the Milwaukee Art Museum, Harley-Davidson Museum, Mitchell Park, Discovery World, Milwaukee Public Museum, Milwaukee County Zoo, Frederick Pabst Mansion, Milwaukee RiverWalk, Grohmann Museum, Cathedral Square Park, Lakeshore State Park, Milwaukee City Hall, Bronze Fonz, Charles Allis Art Museum, and so much more!

  • Lake Winnebago, WI

    With 88 miles of coastline, Lake Winnebago is Wisconsin`s largest lake, and is roughly 30 miles long by 10 miles wide. It is a popular year-round vacation destination, with lots of opportunities for boating in the summer and fishing in the winter. More fish are caught from Lake Winnebago than any other lake in the state. The largest city on the lake is Appleton on the northern shore, followed by Oshkosh on the western shore and Fond du Lac on the southern shore.

    Explore the High Cliff State Park, Menominee Park Zoo, Fond du Lac Lighthouse, Barlow Planetarium, Weis Earth Science Museum, Heckrodt Wetland Preserve, EAA Aviation Museum, Paine Art Center and Gardens, Oshkosh Public Museum, The History Museum at the Castle, Hearthstone Historic House, and so much more!

  • Green Bay, WI

    Green Bay, located on the Fox River, is located within an hour`s drive of Door County, the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, and Lake Winnebago, but don`t run off just yet: there is so much to explore in Green Bay, one of Wisconsin`s most beautiful cities. There`s the Tank Cottage, the oldest building standing in Wisconsin; the historic Hazelwood House Museum; and Bay Beach Amusement Park. No trip is complete without visiting sacred ground for Packers fans, Lambeau Field.

    Explore the Lambeau Field, Bay Beach Amusement Park, National Railroad Museum, Green Bay Botanical Garden, Bay Beach Wildlife Sanctuary, Heritage Hill State Park, Hazelwood House Museum, Tank Cottage, Neville Public Museum, Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame and Museum, and so much more!

  • Lake Michigan Shore North, WI

    The Lake Michigan shoreline north of Milwaukee and south of Door County is very diverse geographically, ranging from cities and towns to beaches, state parks, nature preserves, and windswept golf courses. The largest city along the coast in this area is Sheboygan, where the Sheboygan River flows into Lake Michigan. Other towns and cities on the coast include Manitowoc and Two Rivers north of Sheboygan and Port Washington and Grafton south of Sheboygan.

    Explore the Lion`s Den Gorge Nature Preserve, Ozaukee County Pioneer Village, Judge Eghart House, Luxembourg American Cultural Society, John Michael Kohler Arts Center, Bookworm Gardens, Kohler Design Center, Waelderhaus, Wisconsin Maritime Trail, Wisconsin Maritime Museum, Rahr West ARt Museum, Still Bend / Schwartz House, USS Cobia, Two Rivers Lighthouse, and so much more!

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