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Renting an Alamo hire car to pick up in Wisconsin is hassle-free, and you have the opportunity to select a model to meet you and your family or party's needs. It is the most convenient and economical way to travel while you are enjoying your holiday.
There's much more to America's Dairyland than the crops and cattle behind the nickname. Tourism is the third largest industry here and the state has no fewer than three airports: Milwaukee International Airport, Green Bay Airport and Appleton Airport. Whichever you're flying into, Alamo is a top choice for car hire in Wisconsin. With pick up and drop off locations at all three airports, your convenience is always our top priority, whether it means waiting for your delayed flight (if you've given us your flight number) offering you our latest satnav deal or easiest refuelling arrangement, or getting you the best price possible through one of our many travel industry partnerships.
Despite its agricultural image, Wisconsin is a popular water sports destination and has the second largest stretch of Great Lakes coastline in the United States. On the eastern flank, served by all three of the airports, you'll find the shore of Lake Michigan, known for the white sand that will fool you into thinking you're right by the ocean. Add in the cost-effectiveness of Alamo and for many families it proves to be an ideal holiday option that saves on the hassle and expense involved in going all the way to the ocean coast or abroad. There is no shortage of opportunities for water sports here, including fishing, swimming, snorkelling and kayaking. North Beach, which has Blue Wave environmental certification, is often people's top choice.
Door County, a long peninsula stretching right out into Lake Michigan, is another haven for tourists, complete with picturesque villages, lighthouses, a plentiful cherry crop, and a host of hotels and restaurants where you can stay and sample the state's produce.
Lake Superior's southern shore sits on Wisconsin's northern edge. Pattison State Park is a popular camping ground here as it is home to the state's highest waterfall.
You'll find plenty of scenic routes for road trips across the state and through its national parks. Fall is always a very popular time to visit, as the foliage takes on its vibrant autumnal colours and harvest time draws to a close. We'd recommend taking Route 2 along the border with Michigan, up to the bank of Lake Superior and Wisconsin's northwest corner or Route 42 or 43, which run down the eastern lake coastline from Door County all the way to Milwaukee.