The Rock River Water Trail is the first Wisconsin waterway that has been designated as part of the U.S. Department of the Interior’s National Water Trails System. In order to receive this distinction, the trail must meet criteria for national recreations as well as management practices. This beautiful water trail begins in the headwaters above the Horicon Marsh in Fond du Lac and continues to its confluence with the Mississippi River in Illinois. Along this route, outdoor recreation lovers are connected to communities offering access sites and great dining, recreation, and other attractions as resting points for those taking a journey down the scenic water trail.
Caches & Curios Exhibit
May 01 - December 30
Rock County Historical Society's newest and most interactive exhibit yet! Bring your entire family to explore the art of collecting and why people choose to...
Madison B-cycle is an urban bike sharing program that makes it quick, easy, and convenient to get around Madison on a bike. Revolutionize the way you move...
Koshkonong Mounds Country Club
Koshkonong Mounds is probably the only country club in Wisconsin that contains ancient Native American effigy mounds. 18 hole course, restaurant, banquet...
Legacy House Imports - Tea Room
Serves a traditional English afternoon tea tray consisting of finger sandwiches, scones, brads and dainty desserts. Also serving light lunch consisting of...