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Tomah, WI

Tomah, WI

Tomah is truly Wisconsin’s “Cranberry Country”…and the crossroads for West-Central Wisconsin. Their location, where the state’s interstate system (I-90/94) divides, makes for the ideal destination. Whether it’s a family vacation, reunion, business meeting or if you just need to getaway, Tomah’s your place. There’s something for every season; biking, hiking, fishing, boating, camping, golfing, snowmobiling, skiing or shopping for unique Amish & cranberry items. Enjoy over 600 motel rooms, 6 area campgrounds, a variety of restaurants, 10 community parks (2 of which are located on Lake Tomah), self-guided driving tours through Amish & Cranberry Country, birding & wildlife observation at the Necedah National Wildlife Refuge, watching the Fall cranberry harvest season and much more!

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Tomah, WI
  • Greater Tomah Area Chamber of Commerce and Convention & Visitors Bureau
    901 Kilburn Avenue
    Tomah, Wisconsin 54660
    P: (608) 372-2166
    P: (800) 948-6624
    http://www.tomahwisconsin.com/

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  • Tomah Area Guide Learn

    With countless attractions and endless recreational possibilities, Tomah is a great place to visit for family fun, friendly people, and so much more!  Download the Visitors Guide here.

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  • Tomah’s Rich History Learn

    On your trip to Tomah, be sure to visit the History Museum, which catalogs the history of Tomah.Visitors will find displays on Frank King, creator of Gasoline Alley, as well as on early Tomah industries and businesses, including railroad and lumber years, agriculture and cranberry operations. Admission is free.

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  • Lake Tomah Play

    The 200 acre body of water is the jewel of Tomah’s outdoor facilities. Located off Butts Avenue and Parkview Drive on our west side, it’s the perfect spot for boating, water-skiing and fishing. Two city parks, Winnebago and Lake Tomah, line its shores, with public docking facilities at each park.

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  • Outdoor Recreation in Tomah Play

    Located off Buts Avenue and Parkview Drive on our west side, Lake Tomah is the perfect spot for boating, water-skiing and fishing. Two city parks, Winneb and Lake Tomah, line its shores with public docking facilities at each park. Sunsets over Lake Tomah are a sight to behold. Some of the fish you will find in Lake Tomah are Northern, Bluegills, Perch, Crappies, Sunfish, Bass and Bullheads.

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  • Shopping in Tomah shop

    Tomah is a shoppers dream come true! With choices that range from handcrafted Amish goods to delicious homemade chocolates, you won’t want to miss the shopping experience in Tomah.

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  • Necedah National Wildlife Refuge See

    Nestled in central Wisconsin is a landscape that was epitomized by early homesteaders as the Great Wisconsin Swamp. A mosaic habitat of sedge meadow, savanna, and pine-oak forest established in 1939 the area is an island of refuge—home to ringed boghaunter dragonflies, whooping cranes, trumpeter swans, wolves, Karner blue butterflies, badgers, and red-headed woodpeckers.

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