Spared the leveling effects of the great glaciers that ground the rest of the state into gentler, rolling hills, here the ridges run high and the valleys deep. Bordered on the west by the Mississippi River, this was the first part of the Wisconsin Territory to be populated by Europeans. As you take in the startling natural beauty along the Great River Road, explore the chain of charming towns along the river that echo this rich heritage.
Black River Falls
May 28 - May 30
Twice a year, Memorial Day and Labor Day, the Ho-Chunk welcome all friends and neighbors to attend their pow-wow held as a celebration of thanks. It provides a...
Memorial Day Parade and Program
Celebrate Memorial Day with our community parade marching to the local cemetery with program at the cemetery to follow.
Chippewa Valley Nature Festival
June 03 - June 05
Chippewa Valley Nature Festival (formerly the Birds Bugs & Blooms Bash) is a weekend celebration of the unique animals, birds, insects, plants, and places in...
Historic Trempealeau Hotel, The
Enjoy the natural beauty, while savoring a delicious entrée. Home of the famous Walnut Burger. Diverse lodging: economical, cozy
EUROPEAN-STYLE ROOMS to step...
Famous for pie. Named #1 diner/cafe by Wiscosin Trails Magazine in 1996 & rated #1 cafe by Midwest Magazine. Good Norske food and fine hospitality.
7 Scenic Natural Wonders of Monroe County
Natural Attractions and Parks
The bike paths, meandering streams and Driftless Area topography of Monroe County draw visitors to explore nature. Here are seven scenic wonders for your next...
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.