Silent Sports Places to Stay

Courtesy of Silent Sports Magazine!

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Organized by state and then alphabetically by town, check out all these great places to stay when planning to travel to do your silent sports. Whether travelling alone, with friends, or with family, you’ll find something for everyone to enjoy! Travelling to a town or an area? It helps your fun immeasurably when everyone can have a great time, from running, biking, or skiing the great trails nearby, paddling scenic waterways, and all the silent sports we do. But also for family members who are not the silent sports type, who’d rather hike. (Well, that is a silent sport-type thing to do.) But also sight-see, shop, horseback ride, zipline, and all sorts of enjoyable activities you can do as a family, including dining at great restaurants.

The Honeybee Inn at nightfall, located in Horicon, WI. 45 minutes from Milwaukee, Madison, and Oshkosh Wisconsin Fully licensed member of the Wisconsin Bed and Breakfast Association. Don’t settle for less!
Book directly for best rates. See Wisconsin listings for details as well as those for other great silent sports places to stay.

The listed B&B’s, hotels/motels, Inns, Hostels, rental cabins, all have owners and workers who know the area. They provide great resources to direct you to the best places to enjoy your sports and family time. And, of course, you can learn how each place is handling COVID-19, so your enjoyment can also be safe!

All listings have web page or other social media URLs for further details, photos, and reservations/pricing. And then, when you’re home again, if the mood strikes you, please share your experiences by emailing me at bruce.steinberg@mmclocal .com. I may share your comments on the page listings, credit to you of course.

Read up, study, book your stay, and enjoy!