The 4 1/2 mile Long Lake Canoe Trail winds through the Upper Mississippi River National Wildlife & Fish Refuge.
Upper Mississippi River - Trempealeau
Information: (608) 534-6780
A first-class golf experience offering an 18-hole championship golf course open to the public with a modern links-style design.
Mountain Golf Club: (608) 534-7417
Trempealeau Municipal Pool is offering 50% off daily passes to Lake Road Campground guests. Make sure to purchase them when you book your RV site or Cottage!
The Wisconsin Great River Road National Scenic Byway connects you with 33 historic river towns – some of the oldest communities in Wisconsin. Throughout your journey, you’ll feel like you’re taking a step back in time as you visit communities composed almost entirely of 19th-century architecture. You’ll find numerous shops, galleries, restaurants, hotels bed & breakfasts and other distinctive businesses, as well as unique annual festivals and events.
Each of the 33 communities has its own story to tell. The unique river towns are what make a Wisconsin Great River Road journey such an unforgettable experience.
ONLINE LINK: https://www.wigrr.com/travel-the-byway/towns/
Length: 24 miles
Trail surfaces: Crushed Stone
The Great River State Trail is named for the Mississippi River, but Ol’ Man River stays mostly out of sight if you follow this 24-mile trail through river marshes, wildlife preserves, hardwood forests, and old river towns on its eastern shoreline.
Water is all around the us with 5 lakes at the end of Lake Road including a boat landing, the Mississippi Lock and Dam #6 with boat launch and parking is
just around the corner.
A ferry can take you from the Dam to the Tremplo Fishing Float which offers leisure fishing on Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays all summer.
for info: (608) 385-7337
Whether you are going for a walk down the road, around town
or hiking in a park, there is plenty of places to choose from.
In Trempealeau: Perrot State Park, National Wildlife Refuge &
the Great River State Trail
In Holmen: Halfway Creek Trail & McGilvray Seven Bridges Road
In LaCrosse: Grandad Bluff & LaCrosse River State Trail