Wisconsin? What’s in Wisconsin? More than you think!


That frequently heard statement is regularly voiced by Wisconsin residents and echoed by those who have been transplanted to the State from other parts of the country and the world.

Wisconsin offers a quality of life that is second to none with a comfortable combination of urban, suburban and rural communities throughout the state. Stunning landscapes, rolling countrysides, impressive lake shorelines and fresh water rivers are available to be enjoyed by all.  Amazing natural boundaries exist on 3 sides of the Wisconsin with the Great Lakes of Superior to the north, Michigan to the east and Wisconsin’s western boundary; the Mississippi River.

Wisconsin’s preservation and development of natural resources and recreational opportunities has been a long standing tradition and includes 2 National Forests, 43 State Parks, 11 State Forests, 1 National Wildlife Refuge, 6 National Scenic Trails and 22 State Trails.  There are also 10,000 miles of mapped bike routes along Wisconsin roads, 7 State bike trails and 49,000 public and private camping sites.

Wisconsin, winter of '08

Spring flowers bloom on the Road to Beckman Mill
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Fall color at Devil's Lake State Park

Wisconsin’s four separate seasons combine a multitude of outdoor and indoor recreation and a never ending calendar of Wisconsin events to be explored. Whether participating in sporting events or observing Wisconsin’s professional sports teams, enjoying the rich cultural life and venues available, attending the many festivals, parades, music festivals and cultural celebrations offered, there is something for everyone to enjoy.

Wisconsin also enjoys top-level public and private schooling from elementary level through higher education and is home to the largest State University system in the country with 26 statewide campuses. Many other colleges, universities, technical and specialty schools are available to select from throughout Wisconsin.

Life in Wisconsin is active but not rushed, relaxed but never dull. Family life and traditional values provide the foundation for Wisconsin’s superb living environment and is one of the reasons so many people wouldn’t think of living anywhere else.

provided by Liz Mottet, Vice President of Relocation & Corporate Services, First Weber Group

Thanks for reading the First Weber Wisconsin real estate & Wisconsin living blog. We love Wisconsin and know you will too! There’s a link to First Weber’s Relocation Department above if you are moving to Wisconsin and need help. You’d be welcome here…

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