If you could move to any city in Wisconsin, what would it be and why?
No. 18 Randall Cobb – Door County to be on the lake, or Milwaukee to have a city life.
No. 30 John Kuhn – Green Bay, live here now and love the people here. It’s a great place to live, people are respectful and nice and it’s a great place to have a family.
No. 70 T.J. Lang – Lake Geneva. The summer is nice down there. I like the outdoors and being on the Lake.
No. 44 James Starks – Appleton, it’s a lot of fun on the weekends.
No. 11 Jarrett Boykin – Stay in Green Bay, I feel like this is everything you need.
No. 81 Andrew Quarless– Milwaukee, because it’s the biggest city in Wisconsin.
No. 52 Clay Matthews – A more metropolitan city, like Milwaukee or Madison. The options for restaurants and things to do are greater.
No. 50 A.J. Hawk – La Crosse, it’s really awesome there with the Mississippi River flowing through.
No. 96 Mike Neal – Madison to go to a place in Wisconsin I’ve never been before and it’s more of a city.
From the Great Lakes to the Mighty Mississippi and the land in between, Wisconsin is home to a vast landscape of beauty that includes woods, waters, prairies and cityscapes. In Wisconsin you’ll find small towns and back roads filled with charming hidden gems and deep history connected to nature. Our resort communities, like Lake Geneva, offer a relaxing oasis while our urban cities pulse with excitement and take fun to the next level. Lake Geneva has been a resort community since just after the Civil War when wealthy Chicago families discovered the area and began building summer homes there. Today the elegant estates still surround the lake. Tour the historic Black Point Mansion, view the mansions aboard any of the scheduled cruises or walk the famous 21-mile Shore Path surrounding the lake. The Lake Geneva area is filled with world-class golf resorts, spectacular spas, charming B&Bs, boutique shopping, fine dining experiences, and historical sites making the area an ideal getaway destination.
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