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This page is a collection of links of interest to those seeking to relocate to Wisconsin or to research the available services. Those seeking Wisconsin campgrounds and RV parks for sale will find useful links to the states campground owner's associations as well as tourism sites. General information about the state from Wikepedia, historical societies and university Web sites are included as a general reference. If you would like to add a service offered in Wisconsin please contact us.

Wisconsin Tourism Site

Official Tourism Site of Wisconsin

"Perrot State Park: Over 1200 acres of land surrounded by bluffs, where the Mississippi and Trempealeau Rivers meet, is the perfect setting to set up camp at Perrot State Park. Not only are the natural surroundings a haven for campers, but the park offers a multitude of activities and amenities including hiking, biking and canoeing while camping there. In the park, you should take make sure to hike on Brady's Bluff to catch some of the most spectacular views of the Mississippi River and Trempealeau Mountain. You can also canoe in the calm waters of Trempealeau Bay, which is a laid out trail -- perfect for first-time canoers. Additionally, the area outside the park provides a variety of things that visitors can do. You will find access to the Great River State Trail, which spans 24-miles, winding its way through the park to Onalaska, Trempealeau, and the Trempealeau National Wildlife Refuge. Also, travel south if you want to spend some time away from your campsite and enjoy indoor and outdoor activities in the Village of Trempealeau..."

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Wisconsin Historical Information

The Wisconsin Historical Society

The Society was founded in 1846, two years before Wisconsin became the 30th state, and it ranks as one of the largest, most active, and most diversified state historical societies in the nation. As both a state agency and a private membership organization, it receives about 60 percent of its funding from the state of Wisconsin. The other 40 percent comes from membership fees, admission fees, gifts, trust funds and grants.

Its mission is to:

The Society helps people connect to the past by collecting, preserving and sharing stories.

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Wisconsin Sites of Interest

University of Wisconsin

UW–Madison ranks as one of the most prolific research universities in the world, placing third among American public universities for research expenditures. Driven by a desire to both explore new worlds and to apply new ideas to real-world problems, research at UW–Madison isn't conducted only by faculty, staff and graduate students. Undergraduate research opportunities also are fostered, making research a truly campuswide enterprise.

University of Wisconsin

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Wisconsin on the Wikipedia Web site

"Wisconsin's economy was originally based on farming (especially dairy), mining, and lumbering. The state was rich in virgin stands of old growth white pine and hemlock. As lumber companies sawed the forest for timber, migrant farmers settled the cleared land. Wisconsin's topography of rolling glacial hills with rich (but rocky) soil coupled with unpredictable seasons favored dairy farming. Industrial centers sprung up along Lake Wisconsin and in the Fox Valley where there was easy access to raw materials (lumber, iron ore) and shipping ports, most notably at Milwaukee. After WWI Wisconsin became a major exporter of durable goods, with Milwaukee being known as the "tool box of the world." This may be attributed to a diversified economy as well as a low net population growth. Wisconsin's landscape, largely shaped by the Wisconsin glaciation of the last Ice Age, makes the state popular for both tourism and many forms of outdoor recreation due to the many lakes, streams, and rolling hills. Popular tourist destinations include Door County, Wisconsin Dells, and the northern forest/lake region. Most tourism is from neighboring states within driving distance, especially Illinois, Iowa, and Minnesota."

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Wisconsin Campground Associations

The Wisconsin Campground Owners Association

WACO - a non-profit association, is a federation of private Wisconsin campgrounds dedicated to the promotion, usage, growth and improvement of campgrounds in the State of Wisconsin. The Wisconsin Association of Campground Owners was formed to help campers select a private campground in Wisconsin that lives up to the highest standards of quality camping. We want to improve your family camping experience by making it a pleasant, relaxing and rewarding outdoor experience at our campgrounds.

Members range from primitive parks to luxurious camping resorts, both large and small. The amount of development, activities, facilities and types of recreation, rental opportunities as well as nearby attractions and conveniences are featured in our listings, giving you the opportunity to select the campground that appeals to the personal requirements of you and your family.

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Wisconsin Government Sites

Wisconsin DNR

The Department of Natural Resources is dedicated to the preservation, protection, effective management, and maintenance of Wisconsin's natural resources. It is responsible for implementing the laws of the state and, where applicable, the laws of the federal government that protect and enhance the natural resources of our state. It is the one agency charged with full responsibility for coordinating the many disciplines and programs necessary to provide a clean environment and a full range of outdoor recreational opportunities for Wisconsin citizens and visitors.

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Official Wisconsin government site

"Thinking about relocating to Wisconsin? The Badger State offers many of the good things in life: charming small towns, vibrant cities, great outdoor recreation and some of the friendliest people in the world. Wisconsin also has great jobs, educational opportunities and affordable housing. You'll find everything you need to know right here. The state has nearly 500 public courses, ranking it among the top states for its ratio of golfers to courses. Milwaukee's Summerfest is recognized by the Guiness Book of World Records as the "World's Largest Outdoor Music Festival. Home of the world's most famous motorcycle manufacturer (Harley-Davidson). The Green Bay Packers are the only publicly owned franchise in the NFL. With 15,000 inland lakes, more than 33,000 miles of rivers and streams, two Great Lakes and the Mississippi River, the fishing, and boating, opportunities in Wisconsin are virtually limitless. Wisconsin has one of the lowest unemployment rates and lowest cost of living indices in the country. Wisconsin has excellent grade schools and high schools. In fact, among states in which the ACT is the predominant college admission test, Wisconsin has received the top score in the nation every year since 1995. Wisconsin is historically one of the nation's leading producers of many food products, including milk, cheese, cranberries, ginseng and beer. Wisconsin residents are famous for their warmth and friendliness.

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