Located in the Midwest of the USA, Wisconsin is associated with its dairy heritage, and is known as 'America's Dairyland'. Two of the Great Lakes are located here, and thousands of waterways and inland lakes crisscross throughout the lush region, making it popular with vacationers in search of a tranquil break. Explore wild and pristine natural attractions with the family, and consider a Wisconsin vacation rental for a rewarding getaway.
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Compare and find a dreamlike rental for as little as $109 per night by searching among the 37,951 options featured in Wisconsin. HomeToGo instantaneously shows the best offers by comparing all of the available properties in Wisconsin from its various partners.
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Vacation rentals with Wi-Fi
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Vacation rentals with a fireplace
Get warm and cozy on cold winter nights Wisconsin by booking a vacation home with a fireplace.
Vacation rentals and apartments with air conditioning
Keep cool during your trip to Wisconsin and book a vacation rental with air conditioning.
Popular Rental Amenities Wisconsin
You will have a large selection of vacation rentals to compare and choose from if you are looking for an accommodation including a pool in Wisconsin. Interestingly, HomeToGo's data shows that more hotel rooms offer a pool than condo. In addition, they can host 7 vacationers, on average, while condo with pools can accommodate an average of 6 vacationers. You can also find and book a rental providing a pool near the water, which is the case for nearly all of the rentals in this destination.
Price and Availability Index in Wisconsin
Vacation Rental Price Information Wisconsin
We analyzed price data and rendered them in this graph, which shows vacation rental prices for the next twelve months Wisconsin. It is during a week of July (7/8 - 7/15) that you will find the highest prices for the next 12 months. Prices drop in February to an average of $299 per night (2/4 - 2/11).
Rental Availability Information Wisconsin
Our availability graph helps you identify the busiest months Wisconsin. The most challenging week to find a rental in the next twelve months is in February (2/4 - 2/11). Conversely, it is in September (9/23 - 9/30) that the highest percentage of rentals are available.
The Weather Wisconsin
You can see our climate diagram above. In July maximum temperatures go higher than 29°. On the contrary, the coolest month is January. According to the climate diagram, January is the rainiest month of the year Wisconsin.
7-Day Weather Forecast Wisconsin
Wisconsin's culinary legacies
The German influence on Wisconsin's cuisine is evident through the presence of bratwurst (German sausages) at summer cookouts. Pack some to enjoy at your Wisconsin vacation home with a round of chilled beer. Those with a sweet tooth should sample the rich and creamy frozen custard made from egg — hard to find outside the Midwest.
Being America's dairy state, Wisconsin has plenty of dairy-related options such as fried cheese curds on offer. Eastern Wisconsin's Bouja soup, which is made from chicken, pork, beef and veggies, is influenced by the Polish population that once settled here. With all those lakes, the abundance on fish on offer is hardly surprising. Try the 'Friday All You Can Eat Fish Fry' served with delicious tartar sauce and fries. Wisconsin also offers exciting cheese factory tours where award-winning cheeses can be sampled.
A good time to visit Wisconsin
Wisconsin enjoys two high seasons, namely summer and winter. Vacationers flock here between June to October for activities such as biking, fishing, swimming, and of course the summer festivals. Fall is quieter, causing prices of many Wisconsin vacation rentals to dip slightly.
The season picks up again from December through February when winter sports figure prominently on most itineraries. Make sure your Wisconsin vacation home is booked well in advance if you plan on coming in this period. No matter the season, you will the best prices if you choose to visit midweek.
Places to visit in Wisconsin
Beyond its reputation for lakes and the dairy industry, the state of Wisconsin boasts a rich and well preserved cultural heritage. Explore Milwaukee's neighborhoods of Bay View, Brady Street, Bronzeville and Riverwest which are home to an eclectic mix of shopping boutiques, restaurants, and clubs. The capital city of Madison is best known for its majestic state capital building which has one of the world's largest domes. Madison's Olbrich Botanical Gardens, the UW Arborteum, and Henry Vilas Zoo are all worth a visit too.
The easygoing Door County has much to offer starting with its breathtaking Peninsula State Park that houses an observation tower perched high on a bluff, clean beaches, campsites and a lighthouse. Enjoy the apple and cherry orchard tours, boating options on Lake Michigan and the vibrant art communities.
Art and culture in Wisconsin
Wisconsin takes its Native American heritage very seriously. The Milwaukee Public Museum has an interesting European village, and rain forest replica, while the ambient lake facing Milwaukee Art Museum is built to resemble a sail boat. It houses 20,000 works of art and ancient objects spanning across centuries.
Madison meanwhile is home to the Wisconsin Veterans Museum which features life-size replicas of a WWI Sopwith Camel biplane. Visits to the Madison Museum of Contemporary Art, Chazen Museum of Art and Madison Children's Museum are recommended to get acquainted with the state's singular heritage.
Activities with children
The kids will love Wisconsin for the sheer amount of fun activities that await. Wisconsin Dells is home to the world's largest water park, Noah's Ark. There's also the Mount Olympus go-karting park, mini golf courses, and the Wisconsin Ducks river tours. Take the kids to the world's greatest water ski show: Tommy Bartlett's Watershow.
Wisconsin truly offers something for everyone. Book your Wisconsin vacation rental and get ready for an unforgettable American sojourn into the land of lakes, lighthouses, waterfalls and caves.
Excursions and activities in Wisconsin
Wisconsin offers overland activities such as hiking, bicycling and cross-country skiing, as well as fishing, boating and swimming opportunities. The adventurous Ice Age National Scenic Trail that runs along for more than 994 miles is ideal to experience the state's recent natural history. Equally majestic is the Apostle Islands National Lakeshore carved by fierce winds and waves creating caves and rocky outcrops.
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Peninsula State Park
This park in Door County has several biking trails with scenic view points. Canoes, tandems, kayaks and bicycles can be rented at Nicolet Beach, where you'll also find a café serving snacks and ice-cream.
Wisconsin State Capitol
Take the informative free guided tour at this State Capitol building designed by Frank Lloyd Wright. The natural skylights are particularly beautiful, whilst the square outside is replete with shopping and dining options.
Olbrich Botanical Gardens
A Madison city treasure, these gardens house the Bolz Conservatory, a shallow reflecting pool and a Thai pavilion with plenty of benches to rest on. Entry is free.
Rick Wilcox Magic Theater
Dramatic lights and flamboyant costumes await in this theater where seasoned performers Rick and Suzan Wilcox weave magic and comedy together.
Home to the Green Bay Packers of the National Football League, Lambeau Field is the oldest continually-operating NFL stadium. Visit the players' tunnel and box areas via the guided tour.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the typical price of a vacation home Wisconsin?
The nightly price for accommodation Wisconsin starts at $108.
What is the typical availability of House rentals Wisconsin?
September has the highest availability of House rentals Wisconsin, so you can expect plenty of selection, even for last-minute bookings.
What are the most popular vacation home amenities Wisconsin?
Many travellers are searching for Internet, TV, and Barbecue when booking a vacation home Wisconsin.
How many House rentals and Cabin can I find Wisconsin?
Wisconsin has 37,044 House rentals and Cabin available to book.
Are there pet-friendly vacation rentals Wisconsin?
If you're travelling with a dog, over 16% of vacation rentals Wisconsin are pet-friendly.
What's the best month to visit Wisconsin?
When booking accommodation Wisconsin, remember that the rainiest months are usually January and April, with September often being the sunniest.
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