Places & Resources

400 State Trail 22 miles

E13660 State Highway 33, Reedsburg

The 400 State Trail is located between Reedsburg and Elroy with 5 communities conveniently spaced along the trail to provide small town hospitality. Part of the 101-mile State Trail System. A mostly level trail. Trail is used for bicycling, walking, and snowmobiling. There is also a 7-mile horse trail parallel to the bike trail between Wonewoc and LaValle.

Hiking & Biking Trails Hiking & Biking Trails

9 Degrees Mobile Ice Cream Cart

Various Locations, Eau Claire

This old-fashioned ice cream tricycle makes the rounds in Eau Claire, bringing excitement to young and old. Check out the good stuff they bring to special events and to their weekly route in the Third Ward neighborhood, Wednesdays May 23-Aug 15 from 6:45-8:30pm. Will also be at Phoenix Park on July 4th from 8:30-10:30pm.

Frozen Treats

A to Z Produce and Bakery - Pizza Farm

N2956 Anker Lane, Stockholm

This weekly pizza destination is open Tuesdays from 4:30-8pm during the Summer. Drivers arrive by car or even horseback. The later you arrive in the season the wait is (can be up to an hour) but the pie is worth it. If you're in a rush, they can fix you one to go. Also a CSA farm. You're welcome to bring your own snacks and games, explore the farm, or purchase beer while you wait.

Pizza Farms

Acoustic Cafe

505 S. Barstow St., Eau Claire

Stop by the Acoustic Cafe for a quick frozen treat from their ice cream counter. Also featuring refreshing Italian and French sodas.

Frozen Treats

Ager House

514 W. Madison St., Eau Claire

Presented by the Waldemar Ager Association, the Ager House is the historic home to Norwegian-American writer Waldemar Ager, restored to its early-1900's likeness. Part of the National Register of Historic Places a Literary Landmark by the National Association of Friends of Public Libraries, the public may tour by appointment, hold events at the house, visit its unique resource library, and much more.

Holiday Tours Tours Local History

Augusta Blueberries

E27020 E Branch Rd., Fairchild

Several acres and varieties of cultivate Highbush blueberries in a park-like setting. Picking season runs mid-July through August and early September. Visit online for picking dates and times.

Pick-Your-Own Gardens

Autumn Harvest Winery & Orchard

19947 Cty Hwy J, Chippewa Falls

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. Enjoy the beautiful sights of blooming apple trees, flowers and an abundance of wildlife.

Wineries & Vineyards Local Breweries, Wineries, and Distilleries Pick-Your-Own Gardens Attractions Pick Your Own Gardens Breweries, Wineries, and Distilleries

Beaver Creek Reserve

S1 County Road K, Fall Creek

Moderate difficulty. There are several trail loop options. Scenic, winding trails on two separate sections of the reserve, offer views of two creeks and the Eau Claire River. A local favorite $3 for adults, $1 for children (15 and under), free for members of Beaver Creek.

Hiking & Biking Trails Hiking & Biking Trails

Bernard F. Willi Outdoor Pool

on Bridgewater Avenue, next to Marshall Park, Chippewa Falls

This pool has a very shallow end for children and a deeper end that a water slide empties into. Opens the first Saturday in June, and closes in mid-August. Passes are $3/person. Infants under 12 months are free. Open swim during Monday-Friday: noon-6pm; Weekends: 1-6pm.

Pools

Big Falls County Park

off both County Hwy Q and County Hwy K, Eau Claire

Located in the town of Seymour, the trails at Big Falls cut through mixed coniferous/ hardwood forest on either side of County Highways Q and K.

Beaches

Blue Ox Organics

Wheeler

Where the driftless meets the north woods, you'll find this family farm. A reliable producer of whole lamb and winter produce. CSA membership features produce. This farm is looking to revitalize the land around it with sustainable farming practices. Call to arrange a visit.

Community Supported Agriculture

The Bottoms

524th St and Dunnville Rd, Menomonie

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.

Attractions Beaches