Listings Categorized as Attractions

Ray's Beach

18124 County Highway X

Located on the south side of Lake Wissota off of County Highway X, this newly developed beach provides a sandy beach, picnic areas, restrooms and is handicap accessible.

Skoolz Bay

Lake Wissota

Skoolz Bay, also known as Moon Bay, is located on Lake Wissota. It is a popular spot for families who are looking for a dual purpose location to unload a small group to play on the beach while the rest of your crew wake boards and wake surfs. It is located just south of where the Yellow River merges into Lake Wissota.

Rose & Lily Gardens

1 Bridgewater Avenue

See nature’s beauty of over 500 roses, teas, floribunda, grandifloras, miniatures and climbers.

Chippewa County Genealogical Society

123 Allen St.

The mission of the Chippewa County Genealogical Society is to provide education and assistance to those who are tracing their family roots; to collect and maintain genealogical and historical materials; and to provide access to all materials and educational programs for members and the general public.

Club MTC Makerspace

128 W River St.

Club MTC is a community workshop for hobbyists, crafters, inventors, educators, and tinkerers of all ages. We provide you with the tools and technology necessary to build, hack, fix, or create just about anything you can conceive. Become a member and receive access to our equipment and space for a flat monthly fee. Basic training and operation is included with a membership, advanced training and workshops are also available.

Wisconsin Canoe Heritage Museum

312 N. Front St.

Featuring displays comprised of canoes and canoe related ephemera, plus a 2500 square foot canoe shop. This eclectic assemblage of boats is exciting in its diversity, and includes significant craft from the golden age of North American canoeing as well as work by important contemporary builders.

Autumn Harvest Winery & Orchard

19947 Cty Hwy J

Produces 13 varieties of wine including many wines using fruit from their orchard, and a hard cider. Enjoy complimentary wine tasting, sample local cheeses and chocolates, relax on the outdoor patio seating, or peruse the gift shop. Starting in May you can enjoy the beautiful sights of blooming apple trees, flowers and an abundance of wildlife. In July you can purchase fresh blueberries or pick your own. During the fall season, apples and pumpkins can be purchased or you can pick your own, enjoy wagon rides and a free corn maze.

Chippewa Area History Center

123 Allen St.

The Chippewa County Area History Center and Museum building was formerly the Notre Dame Convent, built in 1883. Your tour will take you through the history of the Chippewa Valley and includes exhibits on furniture, photos, lumber-period toys, a seashell collection, lumberjack tools, Native American artifacts, military artifacts, railroad artifacts and much more.

Leinenkugel's Brewery Tour

124 E. Elm St.

Tours and beer tastings cost $5 for those 21 and older and includes a souvenir glass. A portion of our sales will be donated to water conservation efforts for Little Lake Wissota, our hometown lake.

Lake Wissota State Park

18127 County Hwy 0

Several trail options go through woods, meadows, lowlands, marshes, and Lake Wissota's shoreline. Many double as ski trails. Bikes are permitted on all but 3 trails. One-mile Beaver Meadow nature trail loop for families with small children. Scenic lake trail is also a highlight. Daily and annual state park vehicle admission passes vary in price. Located on the northeast section of Lake Wissota.