Located at the junction of the Chippewa and Eau Claire Rivers, the city of Eau Claire (French for "clear water") was one of the state's busiest lumber towns in the 1800s; a center of thriving Woodland Indian culture and later an agricultural center. Several interesting local museums explore this varied heritage. Extensive bike trails along the Eau Claire and Chippewa Rivers offer breathtaking views to both walkers and cyclists in summer and snowmobilers in winter. Eau Claire is also an ideal home base for day trips to surrounding communities.
Carson Park Train Rides
May 25 - September 07
A scenic, half-mile, miniature steam- and gasoline-powered train ride. A leisurely journey along beautiful Half Moon Lake and through the north woods of...
Leinie Lodge Annual Family Reunion
The Leinenkugel brothers invite you to an annual celebration at the Leinie Lodge to say thank you to Leinie loyalists. Come enjoy family, food, beer sampling,...
Pine Harbor Campground
A spacious campground with both 45 open and wooded sites located 10 minutes from downtown Chippewa Falls and near Lake Wissota. 19 sites with full hoookups, 10...
Cabins and camping on the banks of the Chippewa River.
Country Villa Motel & Camping
Country Villa Motel features clean, convenient, comfortable rooms. Every room features the conveniences of home, including cable TV, air conditioning, full...