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As the Gateway to the Chain O’Lakes, Antioch is a village that welcomes boaters, fishers, and other water lovers to 15 interconnected lakes, the largest collection in the state. During the holidays, Kringle’s Christmas Village presents themed shadowboxes, and Dickens Holiday Village features characters and stories from Charles Dickens.
The Nestle Chocolate Plant gives Burlington, WI, the name Chocolate City. Check out the Chocolate Experience Museum, with exhibits tracing the growth of the sweet delight from the ancient Aztec and Mayan cultures to how chocolate is made today. The annual ChocolateFest celebrates with a chocolate carving contest, rides, food, entertainment, and lumberjacks.
A suburb of Milwaukee, Glendale attracts fishers to the Milwaukee River because of a waterfall that challenges spawning salmon and other migrating fish. The city also calls itself the “Root Beer Capital of the Universe” because of its Annual Root Beer Bash, which is the world’s largest Root Beer Float Festival.
Over 23 million visitors flock to this village because it houses Six Flags Hurricane Harbor Chicago, Gurnee Mills, Great Wolf Lodge, and Six Flags Great America., the largest park in the Midwest with 15 thrill rides, 19 family rides, and 11 rides for kids.
Kenosha stands out because of its cheese, which you’ll find plenty of at the Mars Cheese Castle, which has one of the largest types of cheese in the state. When you’ve had your fill, try the local brews at the Kenosha Brewing Company or Public Craft Brewing.
Brew City, as Milwaukee is known, has been brewing beer since the mid-1900s and is the headquarters of some of the world’s biggest breweries, including Miller, Pabst, Blatz, and Schlitz. Many offer tours that include a drink or two. Here, you can also attend Summerfest, one of the largest music festivals in the world.
Union Grove, WI
Union Grove is named for a grove of burr oak trees on the west side but if you’re looking to watch some exciting racing, head for the Great Lakes Dragaway, which highlights a quarter-mile asphalt drag strip. Anyone can race here as long as you have a car.