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...
Eight Hidden Cabins & Cottages
Places to Stay
These Wisconsin cottages and cabins are not of your ordinary variety. Some in our list capture the rustic beauty of our Wisconsin outdoors without the...
Scenic Fall River Road Trips
Things to Do
Trace a pair of signature Wisconsin rivers flowing through valleys painted in aspen amber, sumac red, russet oak and golden maple. Bring our sense of...