Chelsey Lewis, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Chelsey Lewis

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Milwaukee, WI, United States

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Recent articles by Chelsey:

Wisconsin's only black ski club aims to get more people on the slopes

The ski club is part of the National Brotherhood of Skiers and hosts events throughout the year. → Read More

The 1830s Cothren House cabin in Mineral Point is great for a cozy winter getaway

The cabin evokes images of “Little House on the Prairie” with hand-hewn log walls, a walk-in fireplace and a lofted bedroom. → Read More

Winter yurt camping in the Porcupine Mountains is great for beginners

With wood-burning stoves and bunk beds, the yurts in the snowy Porkies are a great way to try winter camping. → Read More

Thrillist includes Milwaukee on its list of places to visit in 2020

The list of the 20 best places for a big trip included destinations around the world. → Read More

7 weeks of summer camp is rare in Wisconsin, but Red Arrow has continued the tradition for 100 years

With famous alumni including Bud Selig and Chris Farley, Red Arrow has a storied history in Wisconsin's Northwoods. → Read More

Wisconsin's Driftless 250 adventure race is back for 2020, with sister trips across the U.S.

The trips do not have guides or routes, only start and finish lines with limited support between. → Read More

Horse ranch near the Dells suffers 'heartbreaking' loss of 14 horses to toxic beetles

The ranch, which offers trail rides year-round, lost 14 horses and most of its hay supply. → Read More

Odd Duck makes Yelp's list of top 100 places to eat in 2020

The small plates restaurant was the only Wisconsin restaurant to make the list. → Read More

Eater includes Milwaukee on list of places to eat in 2020

Milwaukee continues to get attention from national publications ahead of the Democratic National Convention. → Read More

Lapham Peak is Wisconsin's only state park with man-made snow for Nordic skiing, thanks to a dedicated Friends group

The park's Friends group has paid for all the snow-making but now needs to raise money for a new machine to keep it going. → Read More

The Ice Castles aren't the only winter attraction in Lake Geneva

If you're heading to Geneva National to see the Ice Castles, here are some other things to do in the area while you're there. → Read More

Snowy owls are moving back into Wisconsin for the winter

At least 20 of the beautiful birds have been spotted in the state already. → Read More

Find holiday gifts and gluhwein at Old World Christmas markets in Wisconsin in 2019

Turn Christmas shopping into a holiday outing with a visit to one of these markets. → Read More

These cozy cabins are perfect for a winter getaway in Wisconsin

From log cabins in the Northwoods to glass cabins in the Driftless, check out these spots for a winter getaway. → Read More

Milwaukee named as 1 of 10 places to travel before everyone else does by Wall Street Journal

Milwaukee was one of just three U.S. cities to make the list. → Read More

'Cherish what they gave us': Remembering the work of Depression-era workers at Copper Falls State Park

Hartford's Mary Schueller didn't want the work her father and other CCC men did at Copper Falls to go unrecognized, so she documented it. → Read More

Hike through some of Wisconsin's oldest and biggest trees in these old-growth forests

From Cathedral Pines to Drummond Woods, here are places to forests that have survived for centuries. → Read More

6 Wisconsin resorts and hotels named among the best in the Midwest by Conde Nast Traveler readers

Three Milwaukee hotels were among the winners. → Read More

St. Peter's Dome is one of the best places to see the changing fall colors in Wisconsin

The highest point in Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest and the scenic Morgan Falls are accessible again after 2016 flooding. → Read More

Get away to Wisconsin's Driftless in fall for coffee, beer and unmatched beauty and quiet

From Driftless Brewing to Kickapoo Coffee and the Kickapoo Valley Reserve, the Viroqua area offers much to do on a fall getaway. → Read More