It’s not too late to “get your sport on” in Wisconsin. Take a look below at some of the best ways to squeeze the last drop of fun out of your summer activities.
Head down to Salmo Pond County Park in Cross Plains. There’s no fee for this spring-fed pond with crystal-clear water. Kids of all ages can use the shallow entrance to the swimming area while older folks can take advantage of the gradual drop-off into cooler water for more open swimming.
Notable golf courses in Wisconsin include the Whistling Straits in Haven, with two championship 36-hole, links-style golf courses. The Straits is home to fairways, massive sand dune bunkers, meandering streams and serene grassland. If you like open, rugged and windswept terrain, you’ll be right at home along these two miles of Lake Michigan shoreline.
If you like a variety of outdoor activities, there’s no better place to visit than Peninsula State Park. At 3,776 acres, the Peninsula is the third largest state park in Wisconsin, receiving approximately 1 million visitors every year. It has nature centers, bike trails, golf courses and camping grounds for adventurous men, women and children!