Green Travel Guide to Southern Wisconsin surveys the best green restaurants, lodgings, shops, and activities southern Wisconsin has to offer. Dine at independent, locally owned eateries that serve up delicious fare grown and raised by farmers right down the road. Overnight at peaceful inns that sponsor workshops on topics ranging from cheesemaking to sustainability. Scour markets that sell locally foraged mushrooms, berries, and syrups as well as arts and crafts created by local artisans. Bicycle through southern Wisconsin, stopping at small-scale farms where travelers are not only welcome but encouraged to visit. Honorable Mention, Foreword Magazineas Travel Guidebook of the YearThe parka#39;s concession stand rents canoes and kayaks, including a kayak specially designed for people with disabilities. It is said that more people visit Devila#39;s Lake State Park than Yellowstone National Park. The granddaddy of all Wisconsinanbsp;...
|Title||:||Green Travel Guide to Southern Wisconsin|
|Author||:||Pat Dillon, Lynne Diebel|
|Publisher||:||Univ of Wisconsin Press - 2010-06-30|