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Frequently Asked Questions
Can I find cheap vacation rentals in Lake Wisconsin?
Accommodation in Lake Wisconsin cost from $58 per night.
Is there a wide selection of vacation rentals in Lake Wisconsin?
On tripping.com, you will find 15 available vacation rental offers in Lake Wisconsin.
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Lake Wisconsin Information
About Lake Wisconsin
Lake Wisconsin, a reservoir in the southern part of its namesake state, is the product of the dam at Prairie du Sac. Since the 1914 completion of the dam, Lake Wisconsin has served as a fishing and outdoor recreation destination for residents of southern Wisconsin. It is only 25 miles from Madison, the state capital. The hot and humid Wisconsin summers are perfect for a dip in the lake. Nearby museums, hiking trails, and wineries make this a fun destination!
Things to do in Lake Wisconsin
Wisconsin’s unique glacial landscapes allow visitors to enjoy unique vistas while hiking. Take the family on part of the Ice Age Trail’s thousand-mile footpath. There are only 11 National Scenic Trails in the United States, and this is one of them! Two state parks in the area—Devil’s Lake State Park and Natural Bridge State Park—offer opportunities for hiking, biking, and nature watching. Practice your short game at nearby Lakeland Hills Golf Course, which is a 9-hole course open to the public. From April to November, take a free ride on the Merrimac Ferry, which traverses the Wisconsin River. In the winter, visit either of the two local ski resorts to go snow tubing, skiing, snowshoeing, and more. There are also a number of museums, such as the Circus World Museum, that the whole family is certain to enjoy.
Day Trips from Lake Wisconsin
Madison, Wisconsin’s capital city, is only 25 miles southeast of Lake Wisconsin. There are fun events and festivals throughout the winter, such as Henry Vilas Zoo Lights in November and the Isthmus Beer and Cheese Fest in January. Additionally, there are many opportunities for ice fishing, ice skating, and skiing and snowboarding! All year long, there are many free activities that the whole family is sure to enjoy. Visit the Olbrich Botanical Gardens, or check out the free summer concerts hosted at Monona Terrace. Another major city, Milwaukee, is only an hour and a half away. It has an exciting nightlife, and is known for its brewery scene. Try taking a guided beer tour to get the best Wisconsin hops! Additionally, the Milwaukee Art Museum and Milwaukee Public Market are great for families.
Accommodation in Lake Wisconsin
There are over 600 vacation rentals near Lake Wisconsin on Tripping.com. Use the interactive map to find a lakeside cottage with easy access to a boat dock. You may also choose to stay in a nearby neighborhood for easy access to restaurants and museums. Vacation homes next to Devil’s Lake State Park, 30 minutes from Lake Wisconsin, are cozy log cabin retreats. Let Tripping take the stress out of vacation planning; search today for the perfect rental!
Transportation in Lake Wisconsin
Visitors arriving by air can book flights to General Mitchell International Airport, which is 85 miles away in Milwaukee. Lake Wisconsin is also accessible on Interstate 90. Vehicle transportation is the most efficient way to see all that southern Wisconsin has to offer, and car rentals are available at General Mitchell International Airport.