Wisconsin is an amazing state, founded in 1848. It’s known to many as either the “Badger State” or “America’s Dairyland.” as it has more dairy cows than any other state (1,500,000!) and produces more milk than any other state.
Many people view Nebraska as a flat state with little to offer visitors. If you drive through the state along Interstate 80, it might seem that way—nothing but cornfields and cow pastures. But the view from that particular stretch of asphalt doesn’t even begin to tell the full story.
Missouri is commonly called the “Show-Me State” by residents and visitors alike. Missourians are known to be welcoming to tourists visiting their state’s many beautiful and fun landmarks, and they’re more than likely going to be right there enjoying the sights along with you.
There is a lot to discover in this beautiful state, which is recognized for its state parks, gigantic tenderloins, Hoosier hospitality, the Indy 500, a fantastic state fair, lakes, caverns, trails, and rich history.