A Wisconsin family vacation is all about woodland wildlife and the great outdoors. Enjoy birdwatching at a wildlife refuge. Peddle for miles both on and off-the-beaten Wisconsin biking trails. Fish for musky, walleye and bass on one or more of the state's countless inland lakes. Cast a line for king and Coho salmon, steelhead and lake trout on the open waters of Lake Michigan and Lake Superior. Canoe, kayak or tube thousands of miles of river. Walk or stroll forested hiking trails where, apart from the happy squeals of the kids, there is little to dull the sound of the wind. And while the wooly mammoth no longer roams the state, in Wisconsin, wildlife abounds. In winter, ice fish, cross-country ski, snow tube and sled or motorize your family adventure with a snowmobile or atv (all terrain vehicle). Check out one or more of the Wisconsin attractions from indoor waterparks to museums that offer an alternative to rain, snow and even sun. And while family travel to Wisconsin may not produce the adrenalin of a mountain holiday or emotion of a trip to the deep blue sea, it is a top destination for old-fashioned family fun.