As the 10th most moved from state, Wisconsin’s potential for being a great place to live is unfortunately overlooked. More than half the people who left the state did so for job opportunities somewhere else. Not to mention, Wisconsin winters are downright freezing with more snow than most people like. Combine this with high property taxes and the 12% poverty rate, and Wisconsin sometimes gets a bad rap. However, there are definitely some positives to living here, especially if you’re into outdoor activities. There’s tons of natural beauty in this state. The Dells of the Wisconsin River, the Land O’ Lakes region, and the Interstate State Park are just a few excellent examples. The rural countryside of Door County will charm your socks off with its location on Lake Michigan and historic buildings and lighthouse. Here you’ll find a plethora of activities like fishing, sailing, diving, hiking, and biking.