Alma is a delightful riverfront town with only two streets, but they stretch for seven miles along the banks of the Mississippi. Visitors enjoy exploring charming "stairway streets” that head up the river bluffs and the town’s terraced cemetery. The main streets, lined with historic 19th century buildings feature gift, art and antique shops. Nearby, Rieck’s Lake Park is a perfect spot to view the annual fall migration of graceful Tundra Swans.
Tansy's on Main
Tansy’s is a farm to table restaurant, with many of our items sourced within 50 miles of Alma! Everything is made in house including: pasta, dressings, breads...
Hotel De Ville
Three fully restored historic buildings, built in 1867-1869 and 1938, located at 305 North Main Street, make up the hotel. The Hotel de Ville offers old world...
Take a Hike: Hidden Trails of Wisconsin
Trails and Hiking
The next time someone tells you to “take a hike,” use that opportunity to explore some of Wisconsin’s most beautiful hidden scenery. From wooded trails to...
Barge Fishing the Mississippi River
Some of the best fishing in the Midwest takes place from Mississippi River fishing barges. Barge fishing makes for an easy, safe way to fish, even for kids.