Listings Categorized as Attractions

Zymurgy Brewing

624 Main Street East

Zymurgy takes its name from the Greek word for the study and practice of fermentation. Brewmaster Jonathan Christenson will serve 15 taps from behind his raw-edge bartop. The brews will be made with local ingredients, ranging from honeyed honied weisses to Belgian beers. Crowlers will be available, and there are plans to include kombucha, gingerale, and fermented foods. Slated to open this fall.

Brewery Nonic

621 4th St. W

Built inside of the refurbished old train station building in Menomonie. The Brewery takes its name from a specific type of pint glass native to the British Isles. Brewery Nonic will focus on English beers, which are lower in alcohol but offer full, rich flavor profiles. Slated to open later in 2018.

The Bottoms

524th St and Dunnville Rd

Half the fun the Bottoms offers is in finding it. When you do make your way through the winding dirt trails wide enough for a single car, and slither through the beat-down path, you find yourself in a virtual oasis. It’s got an extensive beach full of rocks and chilly water to cool you down in the heat.

Devil's Punchbowl & Tripp's Falls

410th St

The Devil’s Punchbowl is a surreal geological rarity outside Menomonie. Created by the movement of glaciers over 500 million years ago, the bowl is a stunning sandstone hollow circle where water trickles down to the center. Close to the Devil's Punchbowl in Menomonie, Tripp's Falls is ravine just off the road and features spectacular natural cliff faces, beautiful trees, and an enclave of multiple gentle waterfalls. Accessible from the Red Cedar bike trail.

Menomonie Market Food Co-op

814 Main St. East

Located in downtown Menomonie, this co-op stocks a wide variety of locally sourced meats such as beef, buffalo, chicken, heirloom pork, brats & sausages, lamb, and fresh, local seafood. Offers a wide variety of seasonal produce, cheeses, dairy items, breads, spirits, and more grocery items. They have a deli, serving up fresh cuts and sandwiches, and they teach classes focusing on wellness, foraging, nutrition, and cooking.

Ellsworth Creamery Cooperative

232 North Wallace

Nestled in Ellsworth, which was designated the "Cheese Curd Capital" in 1983. A cooperative of over 450+ dairy cow families that send milk to Ellsworth for award-winning cheese production. The Ellsworth Cheese Curds may be the pride and joy, but they also create several brands of quality cheeses such as Antonella, Blaser's, Ellsworth Valley, and Kammerude Gouda.

Cady Cheese Factory

126 State Road 128

Cady Cheese specializes in American type cheeses Colby, Cheddar, Monterey Jack and Gouda made from 100% natural ingredients. Enjoy free samples of the 100+ flavors of cheeses when you visit.

Eau Galle Cheese Factory

N6765 State Highway 25

Family owned since 1945, Eau Galle Cheese produces millions of pounds of cheese every year. Their asiago and parmesan have won 6 awards in national and international cheese competitions. They are a certified organic producer of hard Italian cheeses.

Valley Pasture Farm - Fall Farm Fun

E7631 N County Road E

In September and October, Valley Pasture Farm hosts a Fall Harvest Festival and pick your own pumpkin patch. Attractions include hay wagon rides, bounce houses, corn maze, giant slides, farm animals, lawn games, and much more.

Lucette Brewing Company

910 Hudson Rd.

Lucette takes its name from Paul Bunyan's girlfriend. Their brews include theFarmer’s Daughter (a blonde ale with coriander) or a highly rated pale ale Ride Again (a drinkable ale with notes of floral and citrus), plus one-of-a-kind small-batch creation. Try their four-beer sampler flights or "guest beers" from other Wisconsin breweries. The Woodfired Eatery serves classic house pizzas, seasonal creations, calzones, and salads.

Crystal Cave

W965 State Road 29

Knowledgeable guides will lead you on a one-hour tour through a maze of well-lighted passages where glistening cave formations such as stalactites, stalagmites, and rippling flowstone can be seen hanging from the ceiling or covering the ledges. The cave is accessed by a series of steps and ramps that allow you to descend 70 feet underground where your journey follows well-lit, graveled trails. The cave temperature hovers near 50 degrees, so a sweatshirt is recommended. See contact info for admission costs.

Govin’s Meats & Berries - Fall Attractions

N6134 670th St

In fall, Govin’s features three full acres of pick-your-own pumpkin patch, tractor-pulled hay rides, 11-acre corn maze. They sell a variety of produce and grass-fed/range-fed meats.