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.
Operation Persian Gulf Welcome Home
July 19 - July 25
Honoring all who served, not only those from Wisconsin. Events include Escort In of Wall of Remembrance, Recognition Ceremonies for: Desert Shield & Desert...
Highground Bicycle Tour
August 04 - August 07
The well-organized tour features 6 separate routes from 6 locations including Racine, Appleton; New Richmond; Madison; Hayward; Dubuque, IA. The routes vary in...
Clark County Fair
August 10 - August 14
Truck pulls, entertainment shows, demolition derby, 4-H animal show, carnival rides, great food, and many displays.
WCCN's Wisconsin Pavilion
Enjoy the 1964-65 New York World's Fair building, view a private collection of World's Fair memorabilia, shop Pavilion Cheese & Gifts for Wisconsin items, and...
Clark County Forest & Parks Dept.
Clark County offers eight campgrounds ranging from primitive to modern; ATV, mountain biking and hiking trail access can also be found.
Clark County Mountain Bike Trails
Mountain Biking at Levis/Trow Mound is some of the best anywhere in the Mid-West. The trail system consists of 19 miles of single track and another 15 miles of...
7 Man-Made Wonders of Central Wisconsin
History & Heritage
The next time you find yourself headed to Wisconsin’s heartland, stop by one of these man-made wonders and experience the welcoming atmosphere and artistic...