Wisconsin Favorites: Packers discuss where they would retire in Wisconsin

Posted by Paige Curtis on January 27, 2015 – 2:30 pm

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If you could live anywhere in Wisconsin after you retire from the NFL, where would it be?

No. 12 Aaron Rodgers – Door County. It’s right by the water and the summers are nice on the lake. You can put the boat in, jet ski, stand up paddleboard, and there’s some nice golf up there. It’s really pretty.

No. 75 Bryan Bulaga – Lake Geneva because it’s close to where I grew up (Crystal lake, IL) and it’s a great part of the state.

No. 16 Scott Tolzien – Either Green Lake, Madison, or Sturgeon Bay; all would be nice.

No. 31 Davon House – Wisconsin Dells.

The state of Wisconsin welcomes visitors from far and wide with countless yearly travel options. Enjoy the natural wonders, such as Cave of the Mounds or the Apostle Islands. Experience outdoor Wisconsin, an incomparable paradise for hunters, fishermen and campers. Foodies, wine and beer lovers will delight in discovering Wisconsin’s artisan cheese makers, wineries, and breweries, as well as farmers markets and award-winning restaurants. Great places like Wisconsin Dells not only offer a playground for kids, but for adults too. Book a massage at the adults-only Sundara Spa, grab a seat at the swim-up bar at the Wilderness Resort or enjoy a romantic dinner at House of Embers. Door County and Lake Geneva also offer options for family fun as well as resorts and cabins for romantic getaways. Wisconsin has something special in store for everyone!

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