Crystal River Inn

View Website Favorite (3) E1369 Rural Rd - Waupaca, WI 54981
Information: 715-258-5333

Open year round.

Crystal River Inn is an 1853 farmstead with 10 guest rooms in the quaint and historic village of Rural, just minutes from Waupaca and the Chain of Lakes. The Inn sits on the banks of the Crystal River. Guests are invited to wander the 11.5 acres of the property. We serve our guests an organic and locally sourced multi-course breakfast. We welcome you to feel at home and create memories of an unforgettable experience.

  • Features
    • Disabled Access
  • In Room Bed & Breakfast
    • Whirlpools
    • Private Bath
    • AC
    • TV/DVD/VCR
    • Fireplace
    • Internet
  • Number of Bedrooms
    • 3 Bedrooms or more
  • On-Site Bed & Breakfast Amenities
    • Full Breakfast
    • Children Welcome/Inquire

Nearby Places

1
Pearl Harbor Day Program 12/06/2019 King - 2.75 miles away
2
Winter Classic Art & Craft Show 11/23/2019 Waupaca - 3.13 miles away
3
Iola Winter Carnival 1/31/2020 - 2/02/2020 Iola - 13.25 miles away
4
Iola Winter Carnival 1/31/2020 - 2/02/2020 Iola - 15.7 miles away
5
Holiday Craft & Gift Fair 12/01/2019 Manawa - 15.92 miles away
6
Miracle on Bridge Street 12/14/2019 Manawa - 15.92 miles away
7
Wolf River Art League 50th Annual Mid-Winter Art Show 2/08/2020 - 2/09/2020 New London - 21.94 miles away
8
Tinsel Trail Arts & Crafts Show 11/24/2019 Stevens Point - 22.61 miles away

Travel Green Wisconsin Certified

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Certified: (Req. 30 Points)

To be certified through Travel Green Wisconsin, all participants must achieve at least 30 points on the Travel Green Wisconsin Checklist. The more points a business attains, the greener they are in their operations.

Green Innovations

  • Local, organic, and fair trade products are used. Majority of produce is grown in B&B’s garden
  • Nontoxic, biodegradable cleansers and detergents are used
  • CO2 emissions are being offset through the purchase of carbon credits
  • Restoring 4 acres of short & tall grass prairie and canary reed grass is being removed from wetland areas