Upcoming Episodes

  • There’s No Place Like Lake Geneva in the Fall Airs: 08/26/2017 - 08/27/2017

  • It’s no secret: Lake Geneva is a world-renowned summer destination. But suffice it to say, this place only gets better during the autumn months. With stunning lakeside estates, world-class resorts and umpteen tucked-away gems – not to mention the largest refracting telescope on the planet – this Walworth County gem has got it going on all year round. Grab your camera and a light jacket! We’re discovering Lake Geneva when summer turns to fall…

  • Featured Destinations: Lake Geneva
  • Cranfest – Warrens Cranberry Festival Airs: 09/02/2017 - 09/03/2017

  • Featured Destinations: Warrens Cranberry Festival
  • Mississippi River Towns – Choose Your Adventure Airs: 09/09/2017 - 09/10/2017

  • Simply put, the southern part of the Mississippi River in Wisconsin is breathtakingly gorgeous. Thread through charming small towns – like Genoa, Ferryville and Potosi – and take in the spectacular views of towering bluffs on one side and the majesty of the Mighty Mississippi on the other. Perhaps one of Wisconsin’s most underrated regions, the southwestern corner of the state offers umpteen opportunities to have some fun along the river. In Vernon County, stop by the Genoa National Fish Hatchery and then try your fishin’ luck at the nearby Clements Fishing Barge. Heading south to Crawford County, take a trip on the Celebration Belle and enjoy the sights and sounds at Sugar Creek Bluff State Natural Area. Brush up on your history when you tour the stunning Villa Louis on St. Feriole Island or round up the fam to attend Railroad Days at Stonefield Historic Site in Cassville. Satisfy your appetite with a cold brew at Potosi Brewing Company and meander through the wonderful farmers markets in places like Viroqua and Ferryville.

  • Featured Destinations: Southern Mississippi River Communities
  • Washington Island – A Magical Place Airs: 09/16/2017 - 09/17/2017

  • Where in Wisconsin can you relax on picturesque beaches, tour architectural treasures and enjoy the intoxicating aroma of lavender fields? Washington Island, just 6 miles off the Door County Peninsula, has all that and more. Feast on fish caught just a few hours before you sat down to dine. Go kayaking in clear water and pause to see the schooner Grapeshot, an 1800’s shipwreck in just 8 feet of water. The island has more than 100 miles of paved roads so bring your car on the ferry and make some great memories!

  • Featured Destinations: Washington Island
  • Sheboygan – A Fall and Winter Retreat Airs: 09/23/2017 - 09/24/2017

  • We already love Sheboygan for its gorgeous lakefront, sandy beaches and coastal vibe, but even when the leaves turn and the temperatures drop, Sheboygan has plenty of fall and winter activities to keep you busy all year long! From a scenic (and historic!) Segway tour, to craft beer, Oktoberfest and festive holiday events, there’s no doubt that Sheboygan isn’t just for summertime!

  • Featured Destinations: Sheboygan
  • Made In Door County Airs: 09/30/2017 - 10/01/2017

  • Planning a vacation in Door County soon? The cherry blossoms are incredible if you time your trip to coincide with the bloom. In fact cherry orchards in Door County make for some absolutely delicious products from wine, pie, candy, and the list goes on. This week Discover Wisconsin airs a special Made in Door County episode and features some of those amazing, delectable items.

  • Featured Destinations: Door County
  • Pagel’s Ponderosa Airs: 10/07/2017 - 10/08/2017

  • This week Discover Wisconsin is taking the farm-to-table movement full circle starting with Wisconsin’s largest family owned dairy farm, Pagel’s Ponderosa. Mariah and Eric become honorary farm hands for the day, attempting to keep up with the Pagels’ 72-cow rotary milking parlor before splitting up to tackle a few more chores on the farm. Just when the duo thought their work was done, Mariah and Eric lend a hand at the Ponderosa’s onsite cheese-making facility and stop in at Ron’s Wisconsin Cheese in Luxemburg. Finally, they enjoy the fruits of their labor at The Cannery Public Market in Green Bay!

  • Featured Destinations: Pagel’s Ponderosa
  • Wisconsin’s State Parks – Where Nature Meets Wow Airs: 10/14/2017 - 10/15/2017

  • Wisconsin is home to 47 fun-filled, incredibly gorgeous and bucket list-worthy state parks. The state’s largest park is Devil’s Lake State Park in Baraboo, where kayakers and rock climbers alike relish the views of the quartzite bluffs and smooth-as-glass lake. Discover even more breathtaking vistas and meandering trails at High Cliff State Park along Lake Winnebago, Wisconsin’s largest inland lake. Heading to northwest Wisconsin, we’ll tour Amnicon Falls State Park and Pattison State Park, the latter of which is home to Wisconsin’s highest waterfall, Manitou Falls. In Door County, we explore a beautiful beach, early 1880s historic lighthouse and the only golf course in the Wisconsin State Parks system at Peninsula State Park. Join us for a memory-making trip to a handful of Wisconsin’s stunning state parks!

  • Featured Destinations: Wisconsin State Parks
  • Evansville & Janesville – A Slice of Americana Airs: 10/21/2017 - 10/22/2017

  • Located in Rock County, the communities of Evansville and Janesville have more in common than one might think. Both destinations boast gorgeous parks, vibrant histories, phenomenal art scenes, amazing recreational opportunities and so much more. Mariah shows off her hometown of Evansville, where she takes in a historic walking tour, a fiber arts lesson and the town’s lively 4th of July Celebration. Meanwhile, Collin heads 20 miles east to the city of Janesville to explore the Lincoln Tallman House, Rock County Dairy Breakfast and Devils Staircase along the Ice Age Trail. Get ready for Evansville and Janesville – A Slice of Americana!

  • Featured Destinations: Janesville, Evansville
  • Best of the West: Menomonie & Pepin County Airs: 10/28/2017 - 10/29/2017

  • With rich history, small town charm, scenic rides and drives, and vibrant art scenes, the city of Menomonie and Pepin County have no shortage of fun things to do. In this episode we explore this gorgeous area of Wisconsin by road, rail and trail. Along the way we stop for fine wines, craft beers, phenomenal food, and one of the best places to eat pie in America. We also celebrate music, take the stage and make new friends at a wide variety of community events in both the city of Menomonie and Pepin County.

  • Featured Destinations: Menomonie, Pepin County
  • Making Spirits Bright – La Crosse Rotary Lights Airs: 11/04/2017 - 11/05/2017

  • Lights. Camera. Action! When 3,000 volunteers and over 3 million lights come together, it’s a magical thing. In this episode, Jake goes behind-the-scenes with Rotary Lights volunteers to learn what it takes to put the show on each and every year. Mariah explores holiday light show bliss including live music, hay rides, breakfast with Santa, live reindeer, carriage rides, a 5k Ugly Sweater Run and so much more. With a mission of feeding the hungry in the Coulee Region, volunteers and visitors alike have been making spirits bright for over two decades. We’re discovering the Rotary Lights Tour in La Crosse!

  • Featured Destinations: Rotary Lights