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20 Things to Do in Menomonie & Pepin County

From the shores of Lake Menomin to the towering riverside bluffs of Wisconsin’s west coast, there is so much beauty in the Pepin County and Menomonie area. With historical museums, gorgeous trails, and plenty of arts and entertainment, Wisconsin’s west side is fun for all ages. Here are a few things to add to your Menomonie and Pepin County to-do list:


  1. Visit the Rassbach Heritage Museum
  2. Learn how a modern dairy farm operates at Farm City Days
  3. Walk or bike the Red Cedar Trail
  4. Check out the annual horse trials at Otter Creek Farm
  5. Attend a show at the Mabel Tainter Center for the Arts
  6. Bundle up and sip hot cocoa at the WinterDaze parade
  7. Try some international cuisine at Zanzibar
  8. Enjoy a beer and some seriously good pizza at Lucette Brewing Company
  9. Take in a Ludington Guard Band concert at Wilson Park on a summer night
  10. Head downtown for a stroll and explore a wide variety of shops and galleries


Pepin County

  1. Visit the Laura Ingalls Wilder Museum and the Little House Wayside Cabin
  2. Get a taste of pioneer life at Laura Ingalls Wilder Days
  3. Hop on a motorcycle and participate in the biannual Flood Run
  4. Explore the beautiful and lush Tiffany Bottoms Wildlife Area via train
  5. Meet Tomte and Santa Lucia at Stockholm Country Christmas
  6. Stop for a piece of pie at Stockholm Pie and General Store
  7. Experience the feeling of an Italian piazza at Villa Bellezza Winery and Vineyards
  8. Have a glass of honey crisp cider at Maiden Rock Winery and Cidery
  9. Celebrate blues music at Blues on the Chippewa
  10. Take a sunset sailing cruise on Lake Pepin

Chime in! What are your must-sees in Menomonie and Pepin County? Share with us on social media!

One comment on “20 Things to Do in Menomonie & Pepin County”

  1. I grew up on a farm outside of Pepin and never appreciated the beauty of the area. As an adult, I am grateful for having the opportunity to be raised in such a wonderful place.

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