11 West South Avenue,
Distance from hotel: 1.3 miles
The mansion is in the National Register of Historic Places and is one of the finest examples of High Victorian Italianate architecture. The mansion has an interesting history that extends to various parts of Chippewa Falls.
505 West Grand Avenue
Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin
Distance from hotel: 1.4 miles
The house lights will soon dim as performers make their final preparations. The murmur of the audience speaks of their anticipation while young future performers site at the edge of their seats.
3 High Street
Distance from hotel: 1.5 miles
Experience first-hand the legacy of Chippewa Falls at the Chippewa Falls Museum of Industry and Technology. The museum interprets a rich varied history of manufacturing and processing that began in Chippewa Falls in the 1840s and continues today. It relates the story of industry as well as telling about the area and people. This Chippewa Falls museum has new and exciting educational programs as well.
21 East Grand Avenue
Distance from hotel: 1.6 miles
Enjoy the magic of movies with Rogers Cinema
220 East Grand Avenue
Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin
Distance from hotel: 2.1 miles
Leinenkugel Brewery has been a big part of the Chippewa Falls history. Not only do we have the historical brewery but there is also a cave in Irvine Park that the Leinenkugel beer was stored in before there was adequate refrigeration. Jacob Leinenkugel opened his brewery in 1867 to produce the finest beer in the land. Today thousands enjoy Leinenkugels beer and specialty brews. Join the many visitors who tour the Jacob Leinenkugel Brewing Company each year on their trips to the Northwoods of Wisconsin. Experience how their Specialty Beers are hand-crafted in small 160-barrel batches. At the end of your tour enjoy a couple of samples of Leinenkugels and enjoy browsing through the fabulous gift shop.
1 Jefferson Avenue
Distance from hotel: 2.8 miles
Irvine Park & Zoo is a 300 acre park home to bobcats cougar black bears monkeys white-tailed deer buffalo many different bird species and other wildlife. During the summer months there is a red barn full of farm animals for the public to enjoy.
Distance from hotel: 9 miles
The Children’s Museum is an interactive environment for children and their grown-ups that inspires imagination discovery creativity and the love of learning.
222 S. Barstow Street
Eau Claire, Wisconsin
Top-notch community theatre for all ages! Year after year children and adults are treated to quality productions of new and classic family favorites such as Disney’s Beauty and the Beast Oliver Grease and To Kill a Mockingbird.
18 South Barstow Street
Distance from hotel: 10.1 miles
The premier bowling alley for family fun with food and drinks available.
1616 North Clairemont Ave
Distance from hotel: 10.4 miles
Come experience America’s favorite pastime in beautiful Carson Park!
Bring your whole family and experience what life was like in an 1890s logging camp. This authentic slice of 19th century Americana has several buildings to explore including a blacksmith shop foreman’s office barn cook shanty and more.
1110 Carson Park Drive
Distance from hotel: 11 miles
This enormous indoor sports center boasts two arenas a café conference rooms and an events calendar that covers everything from football to dance lessons.
3456 Craig Road
Distance from hotel: 11.1 miles
Consisting of 55000 square feet of games rides sports and great food Action City is Eau Claire’s newest and hottest place for fun-seekers of all ages.
2402 Lorch Avenue
In 1906 William Irvine had a dream to establish a reserve that would enhance and protect the Chippewa Valley environment. Mr. Irvine then donated a number of acres to the city for this purpose. The size of the park has grown throughout the years and is now 318 acres. It has been a recreational resource of pride for Chippewa Falls residents and visitors for many years. This is a two-mile gently rolling trail. The trail is located in the city of Chippewa Falls on Highway 124 North.
Distance from hotel: 3.3 miles
Mature 70 year old course par 35-9 hole scenic course with well-manicured fairways greens and tee boxes. Relax in the clubhouse or on the deck overlooking the course and enjoy a beverage or snack from the Bar & Grill. If it's raining check out the bowling alleys!
8140 136th Street
Distance from hotel: 5.2 miles
18 hole Championship Golf Course. Great for groups and corporate outings banquets of all occasions club fittings and golf instruction.
16108 97th Avenue
Distance from hotel: 5.3 miles
Apples strawberries currants raspberries and grape plants.
18444 County Highway OO
Distance from hotel: 6 miles
Located on County Highway O the park offers over 11 miles of scenic trails that pass along Lake Wissota's shoreline. Although the trails are not developed for biking bikes are permitted on all but three of the trails.
18127 County Highway O
Distance from hotel: 6.6 miles
Watch practice or participate as motorcycles and ATVs compete in thrill-a-minute Motocross Hill Climb and Mud Bog racing events.
1047 Archer Dr
Distance from hotel: 9.8 miles
Perfect for a fun-filled day outdoors Carson Park has a playground baseball stadium softball field and football stadium.
Dedicated to the discovery and preservation of Chippewa Valley’s history and culture this museum offers award-winning exhibits beautifully preserved historic structures fun family activities and a working vintage ice cream parlor.
Distance from hotel: 10.2 miles
Premier 36-hole public golf course.
3905 Kane Rd
Distance from hotel: 11.3 miles
The Old Abe Trail is a paved 19.4 mile multi-use trail. It winds through agricultural and forestland while following the Chippewa River. There is an abundance of wildlife and natural beauty. One of the trailheads is located northeast of Chippewa Falls. From Highway 53 follow County Highway S for about 5.5 miles. At the junction of Highway S and Highway O turn left on 97th Avenue. A state bike pass is required for anyone 16 years and older. Self registration passes are available at the trailheads in Cornell at the Millyard Park and at Lake Wissota on 97th Avenue. You may also get one in Chippewa Falls at the Chippewa Falls Visitor Center.
Distance from hotel: 13 miles
Apple Orchards and gift shop.
6470 Balsam Rd
Chippewa Falls is the famed gateway to the Northwoods. The Chippewa Falls area blends small town living with quality jobs and unsurpassed quality of life. In fact, Chippewa Falls was selected as one of the top ten Small Towns in America by Time magazine. Whether you are considering a weekend visit or relocating, you will enjoy the rich variety of recreational opportunities of the area. More than 300 lakes in Chippewa County will keep you busy searching for that elusive musky you've been dying to catch, or you could simply spend a lazy summer afternoon basking in one of the many calm and beautiful bays.
Distance from hotel: 4 miles
The Lake Wissota area offers natural beauty and attractions. Lake Wissota State Park includes more than a thousand acres of forests and open prairie bordering a 6,300-acre lake. Boating, canoeing, swimming, water-skiing, and using the miles of trails are popular during the warmer months, and ice fishing, snowmobiling and cross-country skiing is popular in the winter. The Old Abe Bike Trail, accessed at the junction of County Highways O and S, follows the Chippewa River between the park and Brunet Island State Park near Cornell, passing through agricultural and undeveloped lands. The Town of Lafayette borders Lake Wissota, and is the largest township in northern Wisconsin. The township maintains a boat landing on the lake. The town is the home of the Indianhead Sport Parachute Club. The 40-year-old club has trained instructors to help people experience the adventure of skydiving. The Town of Lafayette is home to many fine dining establishments.
Distance from hotel: 8.1 miles
The nearby city of Altoona is a scenic small town that offers a wide range of outdoor leisure activities, including hiking, biking, and cross-country skiing. Altoona is also home to several well-maintained parks and nature preservations. One such preservation, the Beaver Creek Reserve, consists of a butterfly house, nature center, and various interactive programs dedicated to promoting a richer understanding of nature and science. Guests in Altoona can also pay a visit to the Hobbs Observatory and take in stunning views of the moon, planets, neighboring galaxies, and beyond.
Eau Claire is the home of a variety of popular festivals, including the Festival in the Pines and the Wisconsin Renaissance Faire, which draws visitors from all over the country. Eau Claire also has an abundance of museums, a Children's Theatre, and a world-class indoor Sports Center.
Distance from hotel: 11.9 miles
Travelers today will find a full range of services including restaurants, grocery, bakery, cheese houses, and more. Cadott celebrates its history with a wide variety of places to visit. A written historical walking tour is available. Riverview Park is home to the Baker School Museum. In addition, the park has historical and Yellow River interpretive signs providing an insight into the unique rock formations along the river. The Cadott Historical Museum has numerous unusual exhibits, family histories and scrapbooks. Cadott is the home of the Country Fest and Rock Fest grounds.
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