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Mississippi River Valley and Beyond

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Mississippi River and Beyond

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Prairie Du Chien Area Chamber of Commerce / Tourism Council: 43.050070, -91.149322
Tomah Convention & Visitors Bureau: 43.977967, -90.503587
AmericInn Hotel & Conference Center - Riverfront: 43.850286, -91.249185
Shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe: 43.754370, -91.179936
Best Western Tomah: 44.020037, -90.492025
Villa Louis: 43.055400, -91.158200
Radisson La Crosse: 43.796376, -91.251068
Explore La Crosse: 43.816400, -91.256200
Wisconsin Cranberry Discovery Center: 44.130383, -90.499655
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AmericInn Hotel & Conference Center - Riverfront

AmericInn Hotel & Conference Center - Riverfront

Contact:  Mary Kime
Phone No:  608-781-7000 / 877-688-9260
Email:  sales.lacrosse@americinn.com


Located directly on the Black River with great views of the surrounding bluffs.  Explore "God's Country" by choosing from the many attractions that our area has to offer.  The friendly staff at the AmericInn Riverfront Hotel will ensure that you receive a comfortable and enjoyable stay.

Best Western Riverfront

 

1835 Rose Street, La Crosse, WI, United States
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Best Western Tomah

Best Western Tomah Hotel

Contact:  Dorina Hartley

Phone No:  (608) 372-3243

Email:  dorina.hartley@glmghotels.com

We are a full-service group, rider, and pet-friendly hotel, located conveniently at exit 143 off of I90/94 East on Hwy 21.

1017 E McCoy Blvd, Tomah, WI, United States
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Explore La Crosse

Explore La Crosse 

Contact:  Phillip Wanke

Phone No: (608)782-2220

Email:  wanke@explorelacrosse.com

La Crosse is rich in scenic beauty, diverse attractions, cultural events and first-class hospitality. La Crosse attracts more than two million visitors annually as groups are attracted to the upper Mississippi River and the Driftless Region. 2,500 hotel rooms at the intersection of I-90 and the Great River Road! 

 

410 East Veterans Memorial Drive Wisconsin, United States of America
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Prairie Du Chien Area Chamber of Commerce / Tourism Council

Prairie Du Chien Area Chamber of Commerce / Tourism Council

Contact: Patti Wacker
Phone No: (608) 326-8555
Email: pdccoc@mhtc.net

Prairie du Chien is the oldest community on the Upper Mississippi River. Fascinating history, towering bluffs, unique shops, and restaurants, make this area a memorable visit. The city lies at the center of the National Mississippi River Wildlife Refuge, and is internationally known for its premier viewing of migratory waterfowl.

Summer River pix-Michael Douglass
 

211 South Main Street, Prairie du Chien, WI, United States
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Radisson La Crosse

Radisson La Crosse

Contact:  Krista Schlicht

Phone No: (608)793-5004

Email:  krista.schlicht@radisson.com

The Radisson Hotel, located in historic La Crosse, overlooks the mighty Mississippi River and Riverside Park. Attractions, shopping, dining and night life can all be found just steps away from our front door. Located within the hotel, TRL Riverview Restaurant and Bar features a wonderful menu of Wisconsin originals.

 

200 Harborview Drive, La Crosse, WI
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Shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe

Shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe

 

Contact:  Steven Doll

Phone No.:  608.780.9620

Email:  sdoll@guadalupeshrine.org

Nestled into over 100 acres of God’s Country, find breathtaking chapels, scenic walkways, gorgeous statues, fragrant flower gardens, a beautiful gift shop and a delightful café.  The Shrine offers daily Mass, guided tours and onsite bus parking.  There is never a charge for admission.  Group catering packages are available upon request.

Shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe

 

 

5250 Justin Road, La Crosse, WI, United States
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Tomah Convention & Visitors Bureau

Tomah Convention & Visitors Bureau

Contact: Tina Thompson
Phone No: (608) 372-2166
Email: tthompson@tomahwisconsin.com


Surrounded by scenic beauty, Tomah is place to stay for leisure travel. Spend a day touring the cranberry bogs. Travel through Amish country to shop and enjoy the historical culture. Take a day with the girls for shopping at locally owned specialty shops. We have itineraries for all sorts of fun!

901 Kilbourn Avenue, Tomah, WI, United States
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Villa Louis

Villa Louis

Contact:  Samantha Matern

Phone:  (608)326-2721

Email:  villalouis@wisconsinhistory.org

Located on the Mississippi River, Villa Louis offers a panorama of Wisconsin history through the life of the Dousman family, beginning with the arrival of early fur traders through Victorian life. Costumed guides lead tours of the grand mansion, one of the most authentically furnished Victorian houses in America.

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521 N Villa Louis Rd, Prairie du Chien, WI
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Wisconsin Cranberry Discovery Center

Wisconsin Cranberry Discovery Center

Contact:  Kelly Murray

Phone No: (608)378-4878

Email:  director@discovercranberries.com

Catch the aroma of cranberries...as you see, touch and taste Wisconsin's No. 1 fruit crop. The Discovery Center's 4,800-square foot exhibit hall details the history of the state's cranberry industry from the days when Native American gathered fruit in the wild to today's unique growing and harvesting methods. 

 

204 Main Street, Warrens, WI

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