The Wisconsin Great River Road is a 250 mile drive winding through 33 river towns and is Wisconsin's only designated National Scenic Byway. The road runs along the Mississippi River through some of Wisconsin's oldest and most historic communities. The scenery features stunning bluffs with scenic overlooks, a variety of wildlife, and beautiful countryside along the river.
Fantastic outdoor recreational opportunities such as fishing, hiking, and bird watching are available along the way. The Great River Road runs through or along protected natural areas for almost two-thirds of its length. It stretches between Prescott to the north and Potosi to the south and offers plentiful opportunities to create lifelong family memories along the way.
Prairie Villa Rendezvous
June 18 - June 21
Largest buckskinners and fur trade re-enactment in the Midwest. The annual Rendezvous includes a black powder shoot, primitive bow shoot, primitive cooking...
Fresh Art Tour: Spring 2015
June 05 - June 07
Join us for the Fresh Art Tour, a self guided tour of galleries & artist’s studios. Enjoy the splendor of spring in the scenic Chippewa Valley and Lake Pepin...
Great River Road Festival
In 1938, President Franklin D. Roosevelt established the Great River Road along the Mississippi, following the river for nearly 3,000 miles through 10 states. ...
Journey Inn, an eco-retreat is a new-concept holistic Bed & Breakfast. It incorporates features of a get-away, a learning center, a retreat, and a natural spa....
Historic Trempealeau Hotel, The
Enjoy the natural beauty, while savoring a delicious entrée. Home of the famous Walnut Burger. Diverse lodging: economical, cozy
EUROPEAN-STYLE ROOMS to step...
Hawks View Cottages & Lodge
Five distinct 2-story cottages crafted high up onto the steep wooded bluff overlooking historic Fountain City, Wisconsin, with hawks'eye views of the...