Neillsville contains two unique museums: the 1987 Clark County Jail Museum and the Wisconsin Pavilion from the 1964-65 Fair, featuring Chatty Belle, the World’s Largest Talking Cow. Located four miles west of Neillsville is The Highground Veterans Memorial Park, a 146-acre park with tributes and a gift shop, open 24/7 year-round.
Autumn Harvest Celebration
This event promises to offer something for everyone. Crafters and vendors will line Hewett Street selling such things as metal art, bean bag toss games,...
Central Wisconsin Horse Sale
April 13 - April 16
Wisconsin's largest horse sale that attracts buyers and sellers from across the U.S. Check website for details for each auction. Horses, mules, horse...
The Highground Veterans Memorial Park
Veterans Memorial Park which pays tribute to the dead, and honors the survivors, their service, and their sacrifices. Park encompasses 140 acres. One-half...
1897 Clark County Jail Museum
Upon arriving as a visitor, not as a prisoner you will enter a lovely two-story Victorian home with first floor parlor with fireplace, a beautiful staircase,...
Norm & Ann's Campground
Many activities. Mostly wooded, separate group area, near museums, lakes, county maintained trails. Reservations are appreciated. Flush toilets, 24 hour...
O'Neill Manor Bed and Breakfast
120+ year old Victorian home with 600 feet of creek frontage in Clark County that has over 120,000 acres of public forest. The home offers four suites with...
Tufts' Mansion Bed and Breakfast
Tufts' Mansion is a bed and breakfast with history and all that jazz. Enjoy a romantic getaway filled with the class and elegance of yesteryear. Take in a...