Astride the intersection of I-90 and I-94, Tomah stands at the crossroads of Wisconsin’s “Cranberry Country.” City shops offer antiques and Amish crafts. Visitors will find plenty of dining and lodging options, three golf courses and indoor/outdoor waterparks. Explore the area on Amish Country or Cranberry Country driving tours, including nearby Warrens. The area also serves as the western gateway to the 44,000-acre refuge Necedah National Wildlife Refuge.
Jingle All The Way: A Small Town Christmas
November 10 - November 12
Celebrate a small town Christmas in Tomah with our Holiday Open Houses.
Grab your holiday shopping list, bring your best friend and plan to make this...
Join us for our annual lighted community holiday themed parade the Friday following Thanksgiving Day. Route runs down Superior Avenue from W. Foster Street to...
Canadian Pacific Holiday Train
Sturtevant,Milwaukee,Wauwatosa,Hartland,Oconomowoc,Watertown,Columbus,Portage,Wisconsin Dells,Mauston,Tomah,Sparta,La Crosse
December 02 - December 04
Entertainers on the U.S. train include Terri Clark, Dallas Smith and Kelly Prescott. The goal of the Holiday Train is to collect food and money for local food...
Five Custom Cranberry Cabins
Cabins & Cottages
Fall is the ideal time to visit Cranberry Country. Did you know that Wisconsin leads the nation as the largest producer of cranberries? Stay in one of these...