posted by admin on Aug 16

The Midwest is a vast place offering visitors and locals alike plenty of activities. Here are the top five things to do in the Midwest.

Itasca State Park: This is an amazing and beautiful lake in the majestic state of Minnesota. True to form, this lake offers visitors everything from water skiing to fishing.

Indiana Dunes State Park: This state park offers visitors a chance to enjoy the beach while in Indiana. Without a doubt, this is a perfect place to spend a weekend enjoying the sun and sand.

Cathedral Canyon: When looking Read the rest of this entry »

posted by admin on May 30

The Midwest United States offers up some of the most optimal conditions for hunting. The abundance of forage, cover and moisture allow for thriving populations of animals to exist. Hunting in the Midwest can present its own unique challenges, though with a few helpful hints and tips hunters can increase their chances of success.

Get to know the local farmers.
Midwest farms, even small tract ones often times offer refuge to monster deer. The easy access food and cover presents a great opportunity for hunters find quality deer and cement a good relationship Read the rest of this entry »

posted by admin on Mar 22

The draw and hold that fishing has over some people is almost indescribable to those who do not understand that fishing is part sport, part hobby and part passion. This is one of the reasons why those who enjoy fishing opt to travel to other places to experience the joys of fishing in some of the best known places that are ideal for those who relish in the sport. You can find plenty of great fishing places all throughout the Midwest. In fact, the Midwest is home to some of the best fishing spots in the USA as the Read the rest of this entry »

posted by www.midwesthuntingsource.com on Apr 3

If all you know about Omaha is what you’ve seen on your directv Chapel Hill Travel Channels then you’re in for a surprise – it’s actually a pretty cool little town! There are numerous outdoor activities nearby just calling for a weekend trip – here are a few of our favorites:
Henry Doorly Zoo – It’s one of the best kept secrets in the Midwest and it’s a great spot for kids and adults alike. If you want to get outdoors but don’t really want to scale any mountains then Henry Doorly Zoo is a good bet.
Chalco Hills Recreation Area – Just outside the city is miles and miles of green space in the Chalco Hills. It’s where the locals go to hike and get away from it all – why not take your bike or just some sturdy shoes?
Creighton University – You wouldn’t think a University would end up on an outdoorsy list but boy does this school have a pretty campus. Spend hours just walking around and find out what all the fuss is about – make sure you end up on the north lawn for a picnic!

posted by www.midwesthuntingsource.com on Aug 23

The top things to go hunting for in the Midwest region of the United States includes a variety of animals ranging from mammals to birds. The top 4 best creatures to hunt includes the following:

1. Deer
The reason deer is the number one animal to hunt for in the region is because they are plentiful. Additionally, hunters have an easy time with the licensures to hunt deer and little restrictions are on the shooting of the animals. Both white-tail deer and mule deer habitat the area and Read the rest of this entry »

posted by admin on Aug 19

Whether you are visiting the midwest for vacation, to visit family, or just to get away and be one with nature for a few days, there are several activities and places to see, depending on which states you visit. Although there are great tourist stops, ski resorts, and outdoor activities to do in the snow, coming up to the midwest for hunting and fishing, is one of the best, if not the best area of the country, Read the rest of this entry »

posted by admin on Aug 16

Looking for something new in your travels? Journey to the Midwestern states to broaden your horizons. You have twelve states to choose from: Iowa, Indiana, Illinois, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Michigan, Ohio, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota and Wisconsin. There are attractions for everyone’s tastes, from big cities to the Great Lakes to the Great Plains. Come to the heartland to enjoy such wonders as Mount Rushmore in South Dakota, , the Gateway Arch of St. Louis, the Indy race track in Indiannapolis, the automotive mecca of Detroit, Italian architecture in Cincinatti, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Read the rest of this entry »

posted by admin on Aug 15

States like Arkansas and Illinois can bring game like deer and turkey as prizes to the hunter who comes to the Midwest prepared to hunt. Hunting gear should be purchased with careful consideration of the natural habitats of deer and turkey as well as other game that makes the Midwest a hunter’s Eden. Most people assume that the Midwest is as industrialized as the east or the Mideast. Actually, if you travel by road through the Midwest, you will find Read the rest of this entry »