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We hope that you enjoy your stay in your Fish Creek Wisconsin hotel. Seasoned travellers will become acquainted with the famous hotels in their destinations. Hotel du Cap-Eden-Roc in Cap d'Antibes, the Royal Tulip Rio de Janeiro, the Villa D'Este on Lake Como, the Norfolk Hotel in Nairobi, the New Stanley Hotel in Nairobi, the Palace of the Lost City at Sun City in South Africa and the Langham Shanghai Xintiandi in Shanghai. are among the classic or luxury hotels of the world.
Ghosts, Legends, Folklore, Monsters, Myths and Scary Stories in Wisconsin
Many ghosts in Marquette University, Milwaukee; the carnivorous, forest dwelling hidebehind, which can conceal itself anywhere (you are safe if you drink beer around the campfire, as the hidebehind loathes the taste of alcohol); a young boy whose spirit haunts the Grand Opera House in Oshkosh, where he died from a fall; the ghost of Mr Pfister, who still walks his phantom dog, in the historic and pet friendly Pfister Hotel, in Milwaukee; the Beast of Bray Road, possibly a a werewolf, seen near Elkhorn; the apparition of Adam Bobel (Boebel) seen in Central House, Boscobel, the site of his hotel and where Gideons International was founded; the legend of Maiden Rock, one of the sites said to be where the Native American maiden Winona leapt to her death because her father forbade her marriage to the man she loved; and the beings, possibly fairy folk, who live beneath Sinsinawa Mound, are among the true ghost stories, myths and legends of Wisconsin.
The spectral lady in a blue hat and the rather shabby male ghost that haunt the American Club Resort in Kohler; ghosts and unearthly screams at the haunted, historic and luxurious Retlaw Plaza Hotel in Fond du Lac; the mischievious spirit of "Agatha", the cigar smoking ghost of William Karsten, the playful spectre of little Billy Karsten, as well as other hauntings and psychokinetic manifestations, at the Karsten Hotel (The Historic Karsten Inn) in Kewaunee; giant, finned serpents, as well as spirits and a powerful manitou, in Devil's Lake (Da-wa-kah-char-gra) where the Ho-Chunk nation still celebrate their spiritual rites; the numerous hauntings and psychic phenomena of Manitowoc Place (formerly the Evergreen Inn Hotel) in Manitowoc; the fierce, horned and spined Hodag that may dwell in the woods around Rhinelander; tall tales of the giant lumberjack Paul Bunyan and his blue ox, Babe (scholars regard Wisconsin as his true home and the earliest collected stories were probably in "Legends of Paul Bunyan, Lumberjack" published by the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters); and ghostly chldren who haunt the Menominee Casino Resort and hotel in Keshena, are other legendary tales of ghosts and haunted places in Wisconsin.
State Parks, State Forests, National Parks, Nature Reserves, National Forests and Refuges in Wisconsin
Big Bay State Park, on Madeline Island, with its long beach; Jackson Marsh Wildlife Area; Lakeshore State Park in Milwaukee; Columbus Wetland Public Hunting Grounds; Ackley Wildlife Area with beavers, bears and other wildlife; Menominee River State Park and Recreation Area; Newport State Park, designated as a wilderness; Apostle Islands National Lakeshore; Collins Marsh Wildlife Area; Dewey Marsh Wildlife Area; Wolf River Wildlife Area; Trempealeau National Wildlife Refuge; Kickapoo River Wildlife Area; Sheboygan Marsh Wildlife Area; Natural Bridge State Park; Amnicon Falls State Park with its covered bridge and waterfalls; Cylon Marsh Wildlife Area; Green Bay National Wildlife Refuge; Straight Lake State Park; Wildcat Mountain State Park, overlooking the Kickapoo Valley; Gravel Island National Wildlife Refuge; Harrington Beach State Park; Allenton Marsh Wildlife Area; French Creek Wildlife Area; Mirror Lake State Park; Buckhorn Wildlife Area; Augusta Wildlife Area with wildlife such as bears and deer; the large Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest with wildlife such as beavers and black bears as well as wilderness areas such as Rainbow Lake, Porcupine Lake, Whisker Lake, Blackjack Springs and Headwaters; Buckhorn State Park; Jaeger's Island Wildlife Area; Lake Kegonsa State Park; Peninsula State Park; Richard Bong State Recreation Area; Albany Wildlife Area; Killsnake Wildlife Area; Jefferson Marsh Wildlife Area; Copper Falls State Park with its gorge and waterfalls; Tiffany Wildlife Area; the Kickapoo Valley Reserve; Greenwood Wildlife Area; Avon Bottoms Wildlife Area; Yellowstone Lake State Park; Rock Island State Park; Devil's Lake State Park, rich in folklore and named for its Ice Age endorheic (having no outlet) lake; Whittlesey Creek National Wildlife Refuge; Big Swamp Wildlife Area; Wyalusing State Park; Waterloo Wildlife Area; Cylon Wildlife Area; Hackmatack National Wildlife Refuge; Kohler-Andrae State Park with woodlands, dunes and golden beaches; Van Loon Wildlife Area; Joel Marsh Wildlife Area with game such as deer, black bears and turkeys; and Lake Wissota State Park, are among the national or state parks, forests and refuges of Wisconsin.
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