Discover Wisconsin's podcast is called The Cabin, and since we're celebrating the 50th anniversary of Earth Day, one of our big topics in this newest episode is on some of Wisconsin's amazing and beautiful state parks.
Mariah Haberman and I dive into our weekly Campfire Conversation first, honoring Earth Day by highlighting the importance of conservation and protecting the natural beauty of Wisconsin. We discussed some of our favorite state parks to get out and visit once the stay at home order is lifted. They include Interstate State Park, Hartman Creek State Park, Wildcat Mountain State Park, Lakeshore State Park, Kettle Moraine State Park, and Copper Culture State Park.
When we go "Behind-The-Scenes," we cover a new episode of Discover Wisconsin, discussing some fun stops in Johnson Creek (or, as many from Milwaukee and Madison call it, Exit 267.) We explore the Johnson Creek Premium Outlets (including a tasty stop for chocolates), marvel at the Frank Lloyd Wright-inspired design and great drinks at Hi-Way Harry's Steakhouse, and indulge in sweet and savory treats at the popular stop known and loved by many as The Pine Cone. We also get out and explore nature and recreation, including Milford Hills, powersports dealers (Johnson Creek is a major crossroads for trails and fun in all four seasons), check out the unique history at Aztalan State Park, and trace the founding on Johnson Creek on a kayak tour up and down the Rock River.
Enjoy our salute to state parks in the latest edition of The Cabin, right here. Thanks for listening!
Here's the new Discover Wisconsin episode on Johnson Creek: