Circle Wisconsin Tour Planner

circle wisconsinWisconsin is a destination where your groups will find an adventure at every turn. Whether traveling on the interstate, country roads or the state’s many waterways, your guests will encounter beautiful vistas, experience great food, discover arts and entertainment, revel in history and culture, appreciate unique architecture and have just plain FUN.

Discover all this and more in your 2018 Circle Wisconsin Tour Planner. Feature articles, sample itineraries and member listings are designed to assist you in finding the very best of our state to explore with your groups.

Here are a few things you might not have known about Wisconsin (but can learn about on your next tour):

  • Soviet satellite Sputnik IV fell out of orbit in 1962 and while most of it burned up on re-entry, a 20-pound piece of debris crashed to the ground in Manitowoc. The original piece of Sputnik was returned to the Soviets, but the Rahr-West Art Museum in Manitowoc has a replica of it on display.
  • It’s still illegal for a restaurant to serve margarine as a butter substitute unless the customer specifically requests it.
  • Wisconsin is known as the Badger State after the habits of early miners in the region who either lived in mine shafts or dug their homes out of the sides of hills – just like badgers do.

Please join us for the 5th Annual Midwest Marketplace

Mark your calendars for April 8-10 at the Grand Geneva Resort in Lake Geneva, Wisconsin. Over 90+ group-friendly suppliers from around the Midwest region are eager to meet with you. For more information and to register, contact our office or check out the new Midwest Marketplace website at www.midwestmarketplace.org.

We hope you find the 2018 Circle Wisconsin Tour Planner useful for planning your next tour to our beautiful state. Our members are excited to greet your guests with good ole Wisconsin hospitality.

See you on the bus!

Wendy Dobrzynski
Executive Director
wendy@circlewisconsin.com

Julie Gerczak
President, Circle Wisconsin Board
julie@greebay.comcircle wisconsincircle wisconsin

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Previous Editions

2017 Edition

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From whooping cranes and amazing rock formations to lush gardens and unique concrete art displays, the outdoors beckons groups to explore. You’ll find festivals and special events throughout the year that celebrate music, the arts, food, the seasons, cultures and more. Small towns and larger cities all offer something memorable to take home.

Take a moment to explore the Circle Wisconsin 2017 Tour Planner. Filled with longstanding favorites and some new surprises, the planner is designed to inspire your next visit to Wisconsin. Check out our feature stories that highlight Wisconsin’s Natural Splendors, Historic Main Street Communities and Culinary Delights.

2016 Edition

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Circle Wisconsin is proud to present our new 2016 Tour Planner that highlights the best in group destinations, attractions, gaming and lodging around the five regions of the state. The planner is designed to tell the stories of the state and what your groups can expect to see, learn and do. This year’s main features include Lighthouses & Waterways, Arts and Architecture and Celebrating the Holidays. The sample itineraries are also a great starting point to explore all that Wisconsin has to offer your group of travelers.

2015 Edition

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The planner highlights all of our members, offers more descriptive itineraries and features beautiful, vibrant images of group-friendly Wisconsin destinations and attractions. We have also presented the state in five descriptive regions to better reflect each area’s offerings: Mississippi River Valley & Beyond, Northwoods & Lake Superior, Eastern Shores, South Central Crossroads and Wisconsin Heartland.

Sample Itineraries

  • The Culture and Ecology of Central and Southern Wisconsin
  • Along Wisconsin’s Eastern Shore
  • Exploring Northern Wisconsin
  • Uniquely Wisconsin
  • Touring the Mississippi Valley