Home of Wisconsin’s High School Rodeo Finals, Richland Center offers a mix of excitement and tranquility. For those looking for the rush of extreme sports, in addition to the Rodeo Finals Richland Center also offers snowmobile races, the Motorsports Mayhem, Churning Dirt Nationals and the Hybrid Redneck Rally. The area also offers fishing, canoeing, bird-watching, and biking for those looking to enjoy the more peaceful aspects of the outdoors.
Richland County Visitor Center/Richland Center Tourism
Believe in the Magic Holiday Fair
Come and do your holiday shopping with several craft vendors. Food stand will be also be available. Proceeds to go towards the Rotary Lights in the Park...
"The Original" Fall Craft Fair
“The Original” Fall Craft Fair will showcase many food, crafters & vendors from around SW Wisconsin and Iowa. Hosted by NASCAR Fans United GRACE Team.
Vic Ferrari’s Symphony on the Rocks
Vic Ferrari's Symphony on the Rocks is a high-powered rock symphony show featuring the biggest hits of classic rock. The huge symphony sound backed by...
Pine River Recreation Trail
Richland County's incredible river bluff country can be hard on a bicyclist's legs. On the Pine River Trail you can take a lazy ride up a lazy river and enjoy...
Krouskop Park Swimming Pool
The swimming facility has separate pools for swimming, diving, and wading. Also, in the Park is a lighted athletic field complex that has fields for football,...
Pier Natural Bridge Park
Pier Natural Bridge Park is located along Hwy. 80 North, at Rockbridge in Richland County. The site has a very unusual geological feature - a half-mile long...
Rembrandt & Rutabagas Bed & Breakfast
Rembrandt and Rutabagas is a different kind of Bed and Breakfast. The history of the Kintz farm which has been in the family for over 60 years is in...
Alana Springs Campground
Looking for a quiet, picturesque, campground. Enjoy our spacious, grassy, shaded sites complete with water and electric. Each site offers a picnic table and...
Wisconsin Drive-In Theaters
Drive-In Movie Theatres
What’s better than a walk in the moonlight? A movie under the stars, of course! Wisconsin's classic drive-in theaters preserve a favorite summertime tradition.