Take time to have fun in the beautiful natural landscape of Trempealeau County! Our unique terrain of hills, valleys, rock outcroppings, and waterways make the perfect place to enjoy outdoor recreation while remaining close to the comforts of civilization.
Project Category: Area Parks
NATOW’s mission is to promote Tribal tourism and economic development, while highlighting the beauty, diversity and uniqueness of the 11 federally recognized tribes in Wisconsin.
The Friends is a non-profit, ALL volunteer organization dedicated to MAINTAINING THE OLD McGILVRAY ROADWAY AS A HIKING TRAIL PRESERVING THE SIX REMAINING HISTORIC BRIDGES as a service to present and future generations who are interested in history and enjoy natural areas. Enjoy learning about the history and characteristics of the McGilvray Road and bridges, and of and… Read more »
Trempealeau Chamber of Commerce welcomes you to explore our historic downtown and the beautiful Mississippi River. The Trempealeau Main Street Historic District has maintained its “turn of the century” architecture and has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places since 1984. Near Main Street, there are several quaint inns and hotels on the river as well as a… Read more »
At 14.5 acres Halfway Creek Park is the largest park in Holmen, WI. It is the home of concerts in the park and the yearly Holmen festival – Kornfest. You will also find a Veteran’s Memorial within the park and the band shell is rentable. The Trailhead at Halfway Creek Park, is at 300 W…. Read more »
The Great River Landing in Onalaska, WI plays host to the trailhead of the Great River State Trail with showers and locker rooms for bicyclists enjoying the 101 miles of interconnecting state trails. A new visitor center allows for beautiful views of Lake Onalaska and the Black River. Great shore fishing near the Onalaska Spillway,… Read more »
Van Riper Park is a 40 acre site that encompasses the Onalaska Aquatic Center and the Onalaska Omni Center as well as many outdoor recreational activities. The dog park is located on the far south end of the park by the open shelter off of Kramer Rd. Or follow the walking trail behind the… Read more »
The Onalaska Community Park is home to many recreational activities including a paved walking trail and outdoor exercise equipment. The park is home to several Onalaska community events throughout the summer as well as many sport teams who utilize the lighted ball field and tennis courts. The site also includes the Onalaska Community Center which… Read more »
Rowe Park was acquired from La Crosse County in 1989. The site is a large, well shaded park with plenty of room for family picnics and lots to do. It’s a fun place to try your hand at disc golf and with many tennis courts, you’re often able to get an open one for a game…. Read more »
The Neshonoc Swarthout Beach is located on the northwest shore of beautiful Lake Neshonoc. The beach is a half mile north of the Village of West Salem on Hwy 16 and has picnic areas available throughout the park as well as swimming and boating opportunities. It is a great park to enjoy a summer afternoon… Read more »