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Kickapoo Valley Ranch Guest Cabins
Nestled in the Kickapoo Valley of Southwestern Wisconsin these are some of the finest cabin accommodations in the Midwest! Surrounded by 8500 acres of forest preserve, the eight individual guest cabins, featuring king sized beds & sitting areas with sleepers are amazingly appointed and pristinely kept. Porches with over-sized rockers, kitchenettes, handmade quilts & high thread-count sheets. Simply the best!
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- Disabled Access
- Cabin Amenities
Driftless Music Festival 7/10/2021 Viroqua - 12.88 miles away
Elroy Fair 6/24/2021 - 6/27/2021 Elroy - 20.88 miles away
Apple Dumpling Day Festival / Races 9/11/2021 Elroy - 20.99 miles away
Sparta Butterfest 6/10/2021 - 6/13/2021 Sparta - 21.84 miles away
Budweiser Dairyland Super National Truck & Tractor Pull 6/24/2021 - 6/26/2021 Tomah - 23.64 miles away
Bald Eagle Watching Day 3/06/2021 Ferryville - 29.64 miles away
Lake Decorah Restoration Ice Fishing Tournament 1/09/2021 Mauston - 31.46 miles away
WIFA State High School Ice Fishing Championship 2/19/2021 - 2/20/2021 Arkdale - 43.19 miles away
Travel Green Wisconsin Certified
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.
- Actively works to preserve and restore the Kickapoo Valley Reserve
- Wood used for construction projects is from local Amish saw mills and from locally cut trees
- Contribute to community by promoting local businesses, purchasing local food and products, and participating with local organizations and charities
- Products used in business are socially and environmentally responsible: recycled, reusable/durable, local, organic, and/or fair trade
- Minimal exterior lighting preserves and protects ‘dark sky’ environment
- All horse manure is responsibly spread on farm fields to reduce the need for fertilizers