Difference between revisions of "Wisconsin"
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Wisconsin is known for its natural beauty and has a large number of state parks to visit.
Greyhound busses provide travel throughout the state, along all major cities and towns along I-43, I-45, I-90, I-94, and more, servicing among others Appleton, Brookfield, Eau Claire, Fond du lac, Green Bay, Kenosha, La Crosse, Milwaukee, Oshkosh, Racine, Steven's Point, Waukesha, Wisconsin Dells, and more.
Milwaukee has one international airport (General Mitchel). Madison and Oshkosh both have regional hubs (Dane County and Wittman Regional Airports, respectively).
There is a fast Amtrack Metro line that travels between Milwaukee and Chicago, stopping at Kenosha and Racine. There is also a regular passenger Amtrak line that effectively parallels I-94.
Noah's Ark is "America's largest Waterpark" in Wisconsin Dells. Wisconsin Dells is full of waterparks, amusement parks, shopping and shows. It also includes Tommy Bartlett's Watershow, one of the world's greatest waterski shows. Wisconsin Dells is also famous for its ducks, truck-like vehicles that can travel on land and sea that travel from lake to lake and along the rivers of "the Dells" to demonstrate the sights and nature.