The Midwestern United States of America


From the beautiful Great Lakes to the rugged Badlands, the industrial Motor City to the cultural Twin Cities, explore the diverse Midwestern United States of North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska, Kansas, Minnesota, Iowa, Missouri, Wisconsin, Illinois, Michigan, Indiana and Ohio.  See our Midwestern State Travel Guides here. Experience the open prairies and rolling hillsides, the lush wetlands and thick forests, towering sand dunes and dramatic rock formations. Ride the open highway and embrace the warmth of rural America. Soak up the rich history of Native Americans, Scandinavians, US Presidents, pioneers and homesteaders. Walk where the dinosaurs once roamed. Play in the great outdoors and go kayaking and canoeing, bird and wildlife watching, hiking and camping, rock climbing and cycling. Eat cheese and drink beer! Get a taste of the Midwest!

“Being in the Midwest, you get the best of all worlds and add your own flavor to it.” Big Sean








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