Mississippi River Valley and Beyond
Each member is listed twice, the one on top shows where it is located on the map, the one on the bottom is a direct link to the members site.
|Bike Sparta |
Contact: John Hendricks
Sparta is the Biking Capital of America and so much more. Visit the Deke Slayton Space and Bicycle Museum, historic Wegner glass grotto, Fort McCoy's Commermorative Center, Sparta's holiday Kriskindlmarket and FAST Corps; giant fiberglass sculptures, tour the five unique covered bridges, or shop the farmers market and historic downtown.
111 Milwaukee Street Wisconsin, United States of America
|Down a Country Road |
Contact: Kathy Kuderer
Down a Country Road is located in the heart of Wisconsin's largest Amish community. Six unique gift shops featuring products hand crafted by the Old Order Amish as well as other local artisans. Tour Amish country complete with stops at Amish farms with a knowledgeable tour guide.
Cashton Wisconsin, United States of America
|Explore La Crosse |
Contact: Ben Morgan
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 Missiissippi River and the Driftless Region. 2,500 hotel rooms at the intersections of I-90 and the Great River Road.
410 East Veterans Memorial Drive Wisconsin, United States of America
|Prairie Du Chien Area Chamber of Commerce / Tourism Council |
Contact: Robert Moses
Prairie du Chien is the oldest community on the Upper Mississippi Rver. Facinating history, towering bluffs, unique shops and restuarnats make this area a memorable visit. The city lies at the center of the national Mississippi River Wildlife Refuge and is internationally knonwn for its premier viewing of migratory waterfowl.
211 South Main Street, Prairie du Chien, WI, United States
|Shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe |
Contact: Steven Doll
In the bluffs of God's Country, discover a magnificient Shrine Chruch, a Candle Chapel, scenic paved trails, gorgeous statues, fragrant flower gardens, a beautiful gift shop and a delightful cafe. The Shrine offers daily Mass, free guided tours and on-site motorcoach parking. Group catering packages are available upon request.
5250 Justin Road, La Crosse, WI, United States
|Tomah Convention & Visitors Bureau |
Contact: Amanda Grossell
Discover Cranberry Country. Wisconsin is the largest producer of cranberries in the world and Tomah is a t the heart of it. Bring your group and discover the beauty of the berry.
Tomah Wisconsin, United States of America
|Town of Stevenson |
Contact: Carol & Steve Stevenson
Hidden in the Ocooch Mountains of Southwest Wisconsin just 12 miles northwest of Richland Center is the fictitious early 1800‘s thru the 1950‘s Town of Stevenson with all of the usual full sized municipal and businesses in our indoor, climate controlled museum which is open all year. It sets on a beautifully landscaped 240 acre tree farm.
Deere Path Lane Wisconsin, United States of America
|Villa Louis |
Bustles not required! Walk thorugh the doors of the Villa Louis Mansion and step into the life of one of Wisconsin's most historic families. Storll through the extravagant lifestyles of the Dousman family from the fur trade industry to the end of the 19th century.
521 N Villa Louis Rd, Prairie du Chien, WI
|Wisconsin Cranberry Discovery Center |
Contact: Kelly Murray
Catch the aroma of cranberries...as you see, touch and taste Wisconsin's #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 Americans gathered fruit in the wild to today's unique growing and harvesting methods.
204 Main Street, Warrens, WI