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Dunn County/Menomonie Chamber

Dunn County/Menomonie Chamber

If you’re looking for a Wisconsin destination that’s rich in history, culture, recreation, natural beauty and midwestern values, then Dunn County is the place to go! You’ll find unmatched scenic beauty with the area’s lush rolling hills and numerous rivers, lakes and streams. Visitors can view the area’s beauty while hiking or biking on the Red Cedar State Trail. Take a leisurely drive on Rustic Road #89 – it’s especially brilliant during fall color season. Historians will enjoy Dunn County’s Caddie Woodlawn Historic Park, Mabel Tainter Theater, and other historic offerings and Wisconsin events. If you golf, you’ll appreciate the area’s picturesque courses. Or try your hand at “disc golf” at Wakanda Park. The Greater Menomonie Area offers all this and more! So visit Dunn County and check out the three R’s of this great destination – “Ride, River, & Rediscover.”

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Dunn County/Menomonie Chamber

In This Episode  


  • Menomonie area visitor’s guide Learn

    Looking to experience one of Dunn County’s many lakes, rivers, miles of biking, skiing and snowmobiling trails, and hundreds of acres of beautiful woodlands? Get your guide and get going!

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  • Dunn County Natural Areas/Stout Adventures Play

    Dunn County is known for its many great natural areas waiting to be explored. One of the groups known for helping people enjoy these areas is Stout Adventures. This organization also offers equipment rentals and cooperative trip adventures, including backpack hiking, camping, rock climbing, kayaking trips and more.

    Learn more about Dunn County Natural Areas/Stout Adventures
  • Dunn County’s Historical Site Learn

    Dunn County has a wonderful historical side to it, including many Historical Sites that including Caddie Woodlawn Park, Empire in the Pine Museum, Wilson Place Mansion, Dunn County Heritage Museum, Bundy Hall, Olde Towne, John Holly Knapp House, Louis Smith Tainter House and the Mabel Tainter Memorial Theater which serves as the official information site for the Laura Ingalls Wilder Historic Highway.

    Learn more about Dunn County’s Historical Site
  • UW-Stout Learn

    The University of Wisconsin-Stout was established in 1891 by James Huff Stout. Each year near 8,000 students attend and study at UW-Stout , which is one of Wisconsin’s most beautiful Campuses.

    Learn more about UW-Stout
  • Menomonie Attractions See

    See a play, enjoy a live band, wet a fishing line, hike to the top of a hill, visit a gallery, dance under the stars, pick your own strawberries, pet the llamas or enjoy the fireworks… You might run out of time, but you won’t run out of things to do.

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