Traveling to Wisconsin Dells

Traveling to Wisconsin Dells

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I began traveling to Wisconsin Dells, back in 1980. I grew up on the South Side of Chicago (near 18th and Halsted), we had a family friend with a cabin just outside Wisconsin Dells. As a Child we used to go there and enjoy all of the attractions that the Dells had to offer (which wasn’t much back then). But we had a great time in and around the cabin. It was nice to just enjoy the surroundings of the cabin. 
As I grew up I spent a lot of time at the dells, as an older teenager I would go every memorial day and labor day. It was a great time to start spring off with a bang in the Dells during Memorial day weekend, and to say goodbye to summer during Labor Day weekend. 
I continued the tradition of visiting Wisconsin Dells with my growing family. I found a gentleman that had a cabin at Christmas Mountain in Wisconsin Dells. I rented cabins from Bruce for years, my family and I always having so much fun and creating memories to last a lifetime. 
Sorry to say as the years went on, and Bruce had passed. 
If you don’t know much about the Wisconsin Dells area, let me explain: 
The Dells are as explained on the Wisconsin Dells Tourism Website: 
“MEMORIES ARE MADE HERE” 
Swirl, splash, race, plummet, bob and bask to your hearts content in “The Waterpark Capital of the World!® From wisdells website  

Wisconsin Dells may be known as “The Waterpark Capital of the World!®”, but our world-famous outdoor waterparks aren’t the only reason to visit. As one of the most popular Wisconsin vacation spots, there are many other reasons to love summer in the Dells. Like live entertainment, thrilling attractions, luxurous to cozy accommodations, and dining options to please any palate. Start planning your Wisconsin Dells vacation today! From wisdells website 
I’ve creted Wis Dells Deals for my friends to share some of the activities, restaurants, and other fun things to do in the Dells. I hope everyone can use some of the information I’ve compiled here on WisDellsDeals.com and share this site with your friends on Facebook.
But there’s another side to the Wisconsin Dells, the quiet softer side that I fell in love with, staying at My Friend’s Cabin. There is much to do outside the Dells at Christmas Mountain Resort
while staying at My Friend’s Cabin
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While staying at My Friend’s Cabin you are on 800 acres and it is Wisconsin Dells’ premier golf and ski resort. Guests of this resort enjoy one of the Dells’ best 27-hole championship golf courses and a pristine groomed hill for downhill and cross country skiing in the winter. The twenty-seven hole golf course winds through the middle of the resort offering great views and recreation during the summer season. Four outdoor pools and hot tubs are situated throughout the resort and the ski hill provides a perfect backdrop and winter recreation for all ages. From Christmas mountain village website 

History
Before there were water parks, golf courses or even the Wisconsin Dells, there lived a happy, peaceful native tribe who celebrated the natural wonders of Christmas Mountain Village. This Mountain was beautiful. So beautiful in fact, that the tribe took great care to preserve the land, so people for generations to come could enjoy it. Season to season, the tribe enjoyed every new thing offered by the mountain. They celebrated each season, planting crops in the spring, swimming and fishing through the summer, hiking and hunting through the fall and sledding through the winter snows. While the tribe is now gone, their spirit still lives in every outdoor game, activity, and photo you take. So go ahead and get out there. Celebrate the season during your vacation to the Dells… Explore the trails, and keep an eye out for ancient signs from the tribe. From Christmas mountain village website