Twin Lakes, WI, USA

Twin Lakes, WI, USA

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Welcome to Wisconsin

Welcome to Twin Lakes, a small Wisconsin town located close to the border with Illinois in Kenosha County. Though it has had a long history as one of the home sites of the Native Americans, it wasn't incorporated until as relatively recently as 1937. It's long been a vacation hotspot for those looking to get away from the big city, drawn by the twin lakes of Elizabeth and Mary and myriad adventure activities on offer. This includes the Wilmot Mountain and all of its skiable acres and snowy trails. If you love the outdoors, you'll never be bored in Twin Lakes.

Swing your clubs or ski the groomed pistes

Twin Lakes is truly a year-round destination. If you stay in a Twin Lakes vacation rental in the spring or summer, you can visit the country club, one of the oldest golf courses in Wisconsin, built in the early 20th century. It's got a variety of par 5s, 4s and 3s, which are perfect for beginners to practice their swing. In winter, you can drive down to Wilmot Mountain, one of the state's premier resorts which feature 120 skiable acres and more than 20 groomed pistes. There's enough challenging routes to satisfy even the most experienced of adrenaline junkies.

Aquanuts and orchards

While it can be tempting to spend your days on the golf courses or hiking the local trails, the town is full of interesting attractions. For decades now, the Aquanuts have performed a spectacular display of water acrobats to families. Head down to Lance Park on show days during the summer to watch. The town is also known for its orchards, and you can take the while family down in harvest season to pick your own ripe produce. Book a Twin Lakes vacation rental early if you want to visit the Country Thunder Music Festival in July.

There's always something to do

Wisconsin's climate can be a little unpredictable, but don't let this stop you visiting Twin Lakes any time of year as there's always something to do come rain or shine. Spring can be wonderfully warm and sunny, and with less crowds to contend with you may have the gold course or hiking trails all to yourself. The summer months can be hot, and is the busiest time for Twin Lakes vacation rentals. The Wisconsin golden foliage is famous during fall and the winter months are below freezing, but wrap up warm and enjoy the skiing.

A 1,200-acre wildlife haven to explore

For nature lovers, there's nothing better than spending a day at the New Munster Wildlife Area, a 1,200-acre park just a short drive from Twin Lakes vacation rentals. Established more than 70 years ago, the park works to protect a habitat for upland game and pheasants. Lying along the banks of the Fox River, it lets you check out many other species in the lowland woodland, grasslands and wetlands that make up much of the park. Crossing the northwest of the park is Palmer Creek, a kayaking hotspot and Class III trout stream used by anglers.