Classic steam paddle wheelers still ply the Mississippi’s waters in La Crosse; just a small part of this lovely city’s charm. Spreading from the edge of the river to the base of steep bluffs, La Crosse enjoys a glorious natural setting. The city’s Main Street ends at Grandad Bluff, which rises 570 feet above the city. The beautiful park atop the bluff offers a stunning view of three states: Wisconsin, Minnesota and Iowa. Downtown, Riverside Park provides a perfect vantage point for watching river traffic and for boarding one of the two paddle wheelers that offer sightseeing cruises. Enjoy unique shops, relaxing hotels, entertainment, museums, galleries, and award-winning restaurants in the city’s historic downtown.
August 11 - August 13
A festival for the whole family with Irish & Celtic music from all over Ireland, Scotland, and the U.S,. including local musicians. Wee Folks area with games...
Great River Folk Festival
August 25 - August 27
A family-friendly weekend of outdoor contemporary and traditional folk music. Enjoy demonstrations of traditional crafts, ethnic food and children's...
A 67-room upscale boutique hotel in historic downtown La Crosse. The Charmant Hotel is a renovated candy factory, built in 1898. Architectural details of the...
GrandStay Residential Suites Hotel
We offer all the comforts of home including 3 floor plans to chose from and conveniently located on the east side of Madison. Fully equipped kitchens, direct...
Wilson Schoolhouse Inn
Wilson Schoolhouse Inn is listed on the National Historic Registry and is located on 10 acres, minutes from downtown LaCrosse near the Mississippi River. It...
Travel Green on Crystal Blue Waters
It might be called Travel Green Wisconsin but these green-certified businesses on Wisconsin’s lakes and waters tend to be a little more blue than green. Read...