#MWTravel Network CVB’s & DMO’s

Destinations that are ready to welcome you.


Gulf Shores & Orange Beach Tourism

Adventure, fun, relaxation…you’ll find it all on Alabama’s white-sand beaches. For years, Gulf Shores and Orange Beach remained a little-known vacation treasure, but more and more families are discovering the 32 miles of soft sand and clear waters that lace the edges of Alabama’s southern border to the Gulf of Mexico. 

Explore Elgin Area

The Elgin Area is rich with exciting and memorable experiences. Enjoy the picturesque Fox River along the 36 miles of Fox River Bike Trail; browse our antique shops and unique shopping venues; tour our amazing historical and cultural attractions; indulge in an array of dining experiences that will leave you craving more or simply relax in one of our affordable hotels.

Visit McHenry County

In McHenry County, you can enjoy the stars in the sky and on the stage. You’ll find everything from beautiful conservation districts and renowned farms and orchards to elegant shopping and fine dining. We have plenty of attractions and festivals to keep you busy. McHenry County offers the charm and character you expect in small-town America along with easy access to and from Chicago.

Old Joliet Prison

Opened in 1858 and shuttered in 2002, the Old Joliet Prison Historic Site was reopened to the public in 2018, managed by the Joliet Area Historical Museum. The Prison was designed by Chicago's earliest architect, W. W. Boyington, who also designed the Chicago Water Tower. It is probably best known today for its most popular, albeit fictional inmate- "Joliet Jake" Blues from the 1980 film "The Blues Brothers." Since then, the Prison has made a number of appearances in films in television, including the fictional "Fox River State Penitentiary" in the Fox series "Prison Break," and in smaller scenes in Derailed, Let's Go to Prison and Empire. While its presence in fiction looms large, the true historic accounts of those who lived and worked at the Old Joliet Prison offer an event fascinating and at times, fearful, history that will both entertain and enlighten visitors.

Joliet Area Historical Museum

 At the Joliet Area Historical Museum you can take a walk through a replica of the I&M Canal, window shop on turn-of-the-century street, live the legend of the ‘Mother Road’ Route 66, and experience space exploration with the Apollo missions. You will discover family fun at every turn when you visit the Joliet Area Historical Museum. 

Visit Champaign County

Home to the University of Illinois, an award-winning food and drink scene, the greater Champaign County area is centrally located between Indianapolis, St. Louis, and Chicago. Our love for our community runs deep, and we can't wait to welcome visitors for our Outside of Ordinary experiences that are currently operating safely.

Lincoln's Indiana Boyhood Home

Walk the very grounds where Abraham Lincoln and his family resided for 14 years. Lincoln's most formative years were spent in southern Indiana where his character and moral values were established as well as his introduction to the power of books and the concepts of freedom, justice, and the law.

Rising Sun/Ohio County

Ohio County is Indiana’s smallest county, once the tiniest in the U.S. Rising Sun was founded in 1814, now over 200 years old. With a rich history, a vibrant museum, a genealogy library, and cemeteries dating back to the 1700's there are many reasons to explore the past. Rising Sun has a riverfront park with beautiful vistas in every direction that inspires the artist in everyone.

Visit Fort Wayne
Fort Wayne, Indiana’s second-largest city, is a delightful, family-friendly destination located in the heart of the Midwest.
A visit to Fort Wayne includes world-class attractions like the Fort Wayne Children’s Zoo, Science Central and Fort Wayne’s Arts Campus- alongside exceptional restaurants, museums, parks, and more.
Santa Claus, Indiana

The town of Santa Claus is the home of Holiday World & Splashin' Safari, Santa's Candy Castle, Lake Rudolph Campground & RV Resort, Frosty's Fun Center, the ONLY Post Office in the world with Santa's name and so much more!

Visit Elkhart County

Welcome to Elkhart County, IN! From classic small towns to energetic centers, the handmade welcome mat is always out. Create your memories along the Heritage Trail by immersing yourself in the cultures and stories of the people that call Elkhart County home!  Experience one-of-a-kind Quilt Gardens, enjoy the Amish Country backroads and visit the RV Capitol of the World all offering unique finds, tasty morsels, fresh-baked, hand made and well crafted. 

Visit Hendricks County

Just 10 minutes west of Indianapolis, we’re the perfect destination getaway or stop along the way! You can always find something new each time you visit. Get a taste of the good life, from Rural Routes to Main Streets, Hendricks County offers you affordable activities for every age.

Visit Kokomo

Discover many unique experiences in Kokomo, located in north-central Indiana. Tour Kokomo Opalescent Glass Factory (America’s oldest art glass company) in its original location since 1888 to see art glass hand-ladled and rolled from a 2,500-degree furnace. Visit the Howard County Museum inside the stunning Seiberling Mansion and explore a variety of art experiences (many found along downtown trails) including murals, art alleys, and a sculpture walk. Learn about Elwood Haynes, inventor of stainless steel and the early automobile at the Elwood Haynes Museum located in his former home. Find a large selection of boutiques, antiques, and vintage treasures, and then indulge in handmade chocolates, flavored popcorn, and homemade fudge.  

Visit Indiana

From the rolling hills of Southern Indiana along the Ohio River to the hustle and bustle of Indianapolis to the beautiful South Shore of Lake Michigan, Indiana has abundant beauty, relaxation, and rejuvenation, culture, and charisma, excitement, and entertainment waiting for you.

Visit Indy

The mission of Visit Indy is to increase Indianapolis growth by strategically selling the destination to conventions, meetings, events, and leisure travelers.

Travel Iowa

Iowa is located in America's Heartland between the Missouri and Mississippi Rivers. From the Covered Bridges of Madison County to Allamakee County in the far NE corner, you will find beauty around every corner. The people of Iowa will welcome you and introduce you to some of the best food in the country. Explore Travel Iowa and hop on one of the scenic byways for an exceptional road trip. 

Charles City, Iowa

Charles City, Iowa is located in North Central Iowa. History, arts, whitewater park, hiking, camping, and numerous outdoor adventures await you. Stroll the riverscape along the recreational trail while taking in the Public Art Walking Tour. 

Clear Lake, Iowa

Clear Lake, Iowa is a premier midwest vacation destination and a great place to call home. Drop anchor and stay awhile. With a 3,600 acre lake, Surf Ballroom & Museum, Clear Lake Arts Center, Lady of the Lake Excursion Boat, and many more things to do. Local eateries and unique shops line the charming Main Street which leads to the lake.

Visit Quad Cities

The Quad Cities is a bi-state (Iowa/Illinois), multi-community regional destination. Visit Quad Cities is the official Destination Management and Marketing Organization (DMMO) for the region.

Visit Mason City, Iowa

Mason City, Iowa, is best known as the hometown of "The Music Man", Meredith Willson. This charming town also showcases Prairie School Architecture designed by Frank Lloyd Wright and is home to the only remaining hotel in the world designed by Frank Lloyd Wright.

Boone County CVB

Boone County ROCKS! Many flock to Boone County to enjoy a peaceful float or a scenic bike ride. Others enjoy a memorable train ride and historical museums. Some come to camp, enjoy the winery or brewery.

O'Brien County

Fish, Camp, Canoe, Catch A Race, Take In A Festival, Hunt, Fish, Bird, Eat, Drink, and Explore. O'Brien County in Northwest Iowa is ready for you. 

Cedar Falls
We’re home to the University of Northern Iowa, 100+ miles of recreational trails and locally-owned shops and restaurants as well as the Gallagher Bluedorn Performing Arts Center, UNI-Dome, and a vibrant and historic downtown district...your perfect getaway. In Cedar Falls, we embrace the mindset that a weekday feels like a weekend and the weekend feels out of this world!
The Highlander Hotel

Originally opened in 1967, the Highlander Inn and Supper Club, was a favorite haunt of Iowa City locals and 70’s luminaries like Joan Baez, Micky Mantle, and Arnold Palmer, just to name drop a few. Reopened in July of 2020, the iconic Highlander went through an EPIC transformation. We are truly one of a kind urban resort experience that celebrates the spirit of Iowa City with surprises and delights for every guest.  

Fort Dodge Iowa CVB

It's time to explore Fort Dodge, Iowa. Situated in North Central Iowa, visitors will "Dodge the Ordinary" by visiting the 110 feet tall Fort Dodge Grain Silo Mural, 30 miles of paved bike trails, 65 miles of off-highway vehicle trails, 70 miles of water trails, 40 miles of equestrian trails, and 10 miles of mountain biking tails. Indoor experiences include museums, galleries, historical homes, breweries, and more. 

Cedar Rapids

Cedar Rapids is positioned conveniently and centrally between six of the Midwest's major metropolitan areas. As the true heart of Eastern Iowa, our All-America City has world-class arts and culture, family-friendly festivals throughout the year, an ever-growing shopping scene, fabulous restaurants, award-winning wineries and breweries, and endless opportunities for outdoor enthusiasts. 


Osage Chamber of Commerce

Osage, Iowa, is a charming town in North Iowa. Outdoor activities, annual festivals, shopping, historical sites, and dining are favorite activities of many.

Visit LeClaire

Our quaint river town just might surprise you. With countless “can’t miss” events, unique boutiques, and yummy foodie favorites, LeClaire seamlessly blends a relaxing getaway with opportunities to create bold new memories. Come explore with us!

Visit Allamakee County

There is a place where the wild woods grow, the rivers wander, grasslands meet bluffs and rolling hills turn amber in fall. It is a place to live, work and raise a family...where people privately vacation outside their own back doors. This is not an imagined place, it is Allamakee County. Tucked away in the heart of America in Northeast Iowa, it is a safe and serene place.

Madison County

Whether it’s by foot, boat, bike, or car, at one of our six famous covered bridges, majestic parks, or quaint historic town square in Winterset, while shopping at our top-notch retail stores, sipping wine at one of our wineries, or learning a craft like quilting or fusing glass, there’s plenty to engage your senses here in Madison County. And, yes, you can also get engaged (in the traditional sense) in the place that inspired The Bridges of Madison County, one of the greatest love stories of our time

Visit Lindsborg

The small town of Lindsborg is a hidden gem tucked just off of Highway I-135 in Kansas. A stop downtown provides unique shopping and access to high-caliber art galleries. Uniquely Swedish, Lindsoborg embraces and celebrates its heritage. 

Visit Abilene, Kansas

Named one of the "Top 20 Best Small Towns to Visit" by Smithsonian Magazine, we invite you to visit the first Abilene*- Abilene, Kansas - and experience all it has to offer.
The Abilene Convention & Visitors Bureau serves as the official marketing arm and Destination Marketing Organization for the City of Abilene. The Abilene CVB provides services to tourists, groups convening in Abilene, and markets the community of Abilene. *Abilene, Texas was named after Abilene, Kansas in 1881.

Visit Kansas City, Kansas
Kansas City, Kansas is the perfect destination for your family. There is something for every member of the family including museums, restaurants, shopping, and attractions.
Visit Olathe

Visit Olathe (Pronounced: O LAY' THA). Start planning your visit today. Family fun, arts, shopping, and only 20 minutes from downtown Kansas City. 

Republic County

The Republic County Economic Development is a Kansas Economic Development Corporation serves Republic County Kansas including the towns of Belleville, Courtland, Scandia, Munden, Cuba, Republic, Narka, and Norway.

Seneca Area Chamber of Commerce

The Seneca Area Chamber of Commerce is an area in NE Kansas that promotes businesses and a quality of life that folks can enjoy.  Wide-open spaces, ag-tourism, nature, antiquing, and road-tripping are some of the highlights.

US Highway 36 Association

The US 36 Highway Association, Inc., promotes travel across Kansas on Highway 36, Bringing commerce and tourism to 13 counties (400 miles) across the state.

Mahaffie Stage Coach Stop & Farm Historic Site

Hands-on 1860s living history & stagecoach rides at Mahaffie Stagecoach Stop & Farm Historic Site. A stop in Olathe, Kansas that you will be glad you made.

Visit Crawford County

In the southeast corner of Kansas, Crawford County is home to the nation’s only collegiate gorilla mascot and a Vietnam Veterans Memorial replica that once traveled the nation. Away from the interstates and big city, it's quieter here, with low key places to eat, explore and enjoy. There's no amusement park, zoo, or any other big-ticket distraction. There's no big attraction here, other than the world's largest remaining electric shovel. Instead, bike, fish, hike, hunt, or kayak a habitat unlike the rest of the state, shaped by man, beast, and machine.  

Visit Liberal

Follow the Yellow Brick Road to Dorothy’s official hometown of Liberal, Kansas, where you can skip with your Dorothy tour guide as you visit her home and the Land of Oz. Fly into Mid-America Air Museum to see Dwight Eisenhower’s Air Force One and other unique aircraft. Run in on Fat or Shrove Tuesday, to watch the International Pancake Race when women race with skillets in hand. For more information go to VisitLiberal.com or call 1-800-Liberal.

Visit Wichita

Wichita has more to offer than you can imagine. Located in the heart of America, Kansas. Picture eight shopping districts, 28 art galleries, 33 museums and award-winning cultural opportunities.


Ypsilanti (named after Greek war hero Demetrius Ypsilanti) has a funky community vibe and a fresh arts scene. “Ypsi”, as it’s affectionately known, has a rich history, which shines through in its vibrant shopping, dining and entertainment scenes – and is inspiring a resurgence of visitors from near and fa

Bloomington Convention & Visitors Bureau

Bloomington, Minnesota is located adjacent to Minneapolis and Saint Paul and just minutes from MSP International Airport, is the home of Mall of America, and is a premier destination for meetings, conventions, and tourism. As the fifth largest city in Minnesota, with a myriad of shopping, entertainment and recreation opportunities, some refer to Bloomington as the Third Twin City.

Visit Greater St. Cloud

 St. Cloud, Minnesota offers nature, art, gardens, trails, and shopping all wrapped up in a fun package. The Mississippi River offers stunning views throughout the town, all four seasons of the year. Located along four major highways and Interstates, Greater St. Cloud is an easy location for families of all sizes.

Discover Austin, Minnesota

We truly are proud of our town (Austin, MN) and want you to find out what makes it special in so many ways. Take your time visiting and enjoying our attractions, relish the varied tasty offering in our many restaurants, relax and appreciate the great music, theatre, and art that abounds here. Located in southern Minnesota, along I-90, Fun for the family, friends, and everyone awaits in Austin, Minnesota.

Visit Inver Grove Heights, MN

We are the ideal Twin Cities option–explore the outdoors on one of our several walking/biking trails, experience boating or fishing on the Mississippi River, shop at our small businesses, and dine-in or dine outside at one of our amazing patios in Inver Grove Heights.

Visit Owatonna

Take a bike and ride the trails in the area of Owatonna, Minnesota. Nature along with several eateries and fun shops on Main Street are sure to keep you entertained.

Explore Burnsville Minnesota

Burnsville, Minnesota is a dynamic Twin Cities community with affordable hotels, over 90 restaurants to choose from, a beautiful performing arts center, the 140-store Burnsville Center, free parking, and more than 1,750 acres of parks. Located at the junction of two major interstates, Burnsville is just a few miles south of Minneapolis and Saint Paul.  

Visit New Ulm

Discover how Germans Have More Fun in the most German city in America, New Ulm! Located just 90 miles from MSP in the Minnesota River Valley National Scenic Byway, New Ulm has something for everyone! Visit the 102' "Hermann the German" Monument overlooking the city; enjoy a tour and tasting at Schell's Brewery, the second-oldest family-owned brewery in America, and many more things!

Visit Jefferson City

Jefferson City is the capital city of Missouri, located on the banks of the Missouri River amidst rolling hills, majestic architecture, and towering river bluffs in a small-town setting filled with historic charm. The Missouri State Capitol, Supreme Court Building, Governor’s Mansion, and charming downtown are just a few of the architectural treasures that anchor this unique community, a real gem tucked away in the heart of the nation.


Enjoy life's simple pleasures from the natural beauty of the Ozarks to the vibrancy of a metropolitan city, Springfield is filled with memorable attractions. The Arts & Entertainment, along with the Parks & Trails are sure to keep you busy. And don't forget to get your kicks, on Route 66.

Visit Southeast Montana

In Southeast Montana, big sky meets big adventures. It's the kind of place to slow down and fall in love with Montana. Fall in love with history and nature, as you take a moment to view the horizon from all directions.

Kansas Nebraska Heritage Area Partnership

The Kansas Nebraska Heritage Area Partnership (KNHAP) is a diverse, bi-state partnership of environmental, cultural, and historical organizations and individuals formed to establish a National Heritage Area

Visit Fayetteville

History, Heroes, and a Hometown Feeling! We promote the communities of Cumberland County as a destination for conventions, tournaments, and leisure travel. @Visit Fayetteville, North Carolina is ready to welcome you. VisitFayNC

Bismarck Mandan CVB
Catch the action in Bismarck-Mandan CVB, North Dakota. Enjoy our vivid downtowns and wide-open spaces. The well-being and safety of our residents and guests is our top priority.
Visit Medora

Surrounded by breathtaking, unspoiled nature with Theodore Roosevelt National Park acting as its backyard and known for its western culture, visitors will find this historic hub filled with an endless array of activities and events for all ages. Whatever your hobby may be, Visit Medora has it all.

Visit Minot

Minot, North Dakota has the big city feel with the small-town qualities that make you feel right at home. From arts, outdoor activities, a renowned zoo, heritage park, and vibrant downtown, we have plenty to fill your cup. Plus, our open-air space allows for great 180 degrees of sunrises and sunsets painting the sky. Minot is a great place to stay overnight and explore the area with day trips.

Visit Dickinson

Take a countryside drive along the Old Red Old Ten Scenic Byway on your way to Dickinson, and then stop in at Fluffy Fields Vineyard & Winery, or over to Phat Fish Brewing before heading over to our local Dickinson Museum Center. It isn’t just dinosaurs at the Badlands Dinosaur Museum, there are spectacular beautiful rocks and minerals from across the world. The North Dakota Badlands are rugged buttes and cedar trees that are abundant with wildlife, prairie flowers, including Theodore Roosevelt National Park 

Travel North Dakota

Welcome to North Dakota, where legends are born. We invite you to channel your inner explorer and experience all there is to see and do in our great state; from outdoor activities to history and culture; from birding to biking. Let us show you our exciting attractions, special events, and luxury accommodations.

International Peace Garden

The International Peace Garden was founded in 1932 on the premise of peace, cooperation, and friendship. We are a year-round destination that remains dedicated to our founding principles while serving as a resource for education, conservation, and entertainment for local, regional, national, and international visitors

Watford City

Watford City is in the heart of western North Dakota and your hub for the area’s premier vacation attractions. Put some miles on your hiking boots in the pristine Theodore Roosevelt National Park. Make a splash and kayak the Little Missouri River’s historic waters. Muddy your bike tires on the Maah Daah Hey Trail. And when you’re ready to unwind, kick back with fine dining, cocktail bars, and settle into one of Watford City’s stunning luxury hotel rooms.

Ohio's Lake Erie Shores & Islands

Ohio’s Lake Erie Shores & Islands is the Midwest’s favorite getaway. This coastal destination boasts miles of shoreline, islands, amusements, fishing, waterparks, birding, and more.


Visit Dublin, Ohio

The Dublin Convention & Visitors Bureau is the Destination Marketing Organization for the City of Dublin, Ohio - where Irish is an attitude. From waterfalls and fairy doors, to nature trails and cocktail trails, you’ll find exactly what you’re looking for right here in Dublin.


With affordable lodging, smaller crowds, and endless opportunities to make memories, Aberdeen, South Dakota, is the perfect place for your next Midwest family vacation.

Go Chippewa County

In Chippewa County, we invite you to GO. GO taste, GO explore, GO dive in, GO discover new adventures, GO together, GO at your own pace. We are not just a destination, we are a lifestyle that is vibrant throughout the beautiful four seasons.

Janesville Area CVB

The Janesville Area Convention & Visitors Bureau, Inc. is an independent non-profit corporation whose mission is to lead, support, and promote the convention and visitors industry in the Janesville area by promoting Janesville, Wisconsin’s Great Outside as a prime visitor destination, thereby creating a positive economic impact on the community and enhancing the quality of life.

Travel Wisconsin

Travel Wisconsin is the official destination marketing organization for the State of Wisconsin operating under the Wisconsin Department of Tourism. We work to market the state as a premier travel destination while generating greater economic impact for Wisconsin through tourism. Learn more at Travel Wisconsin.

Visit Sheboygan

Dubbed by the surf crowd as the “Malibu of the Midwest,” Sheboygan is a freshwater haven, an outdoor lover’s playground, and a fisherman’s sunrise glory.  Join us for a mancation, famcation, staycation, relaxation-cation, or a pampering girl’s getaway. (We’ve got plenty of spas and a great wine selection, too!)

Visit Kenosha

Discover what lies beyond the expected in Kenosha, Wisconsin. Walking tours, historical museums, lighthouses, parks, and restaurants that serve up an array of choices to fit your taste and budget. Bike the five biking trails for an outdoor experience filled with adventure.

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