Boscobel, on the lower Wisconsin River, is a gateway to the rolling hills and meandering streams of the unglaciated driftless region of Wisconsin. Boscobel compliments its scenic beauty with a rich ethnic and cultural heritage preserved in the Depot Heritage Museum. The town is famous as the birthplace of the Gideon Bible; the two Christian traveling salesmen who founded the Gideon Society met and conceived the Society in the town’s Central House – now the Boscobel Hotel.
Life O'Riley Farm & Guesthouse
Restored school house on a 160 acre farm, queen size bed in loft, sleeps up to eight with a full kitchen. 50 acres of woods with rolling fields towards the...
The River Inn & Banquet Facility
The River Inn & Banquet Facility is located in the heart of turkey hunting. Our facility has a relaxing lobby area with a fireplace. Pool area includes a hot...