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Bring a long sleeve shirt and shoes with some traction (steep hills). Also don't forget bug spray in season.
The year 2004 is a Presidential year! What I mean by that is simply that this is one of the years that we, as citizens of the United States of America, choose whom our leader will be...
Built in 1873-74 for $7,000, this building served as the center of Pepin County government for 105 years and is Wisconsin's last remaining wood-frame courthouse. The temple-front Greek Re...
On this site during the Civil War Caroline Augusta Woodhouse, known throughout the world as "Caddie Woodlawn," experienced the excitement of growing up in pioneer Wisconsin. Her tomboy ad...
This stone, named Dunnville Sandstone, was quarried in a location first discovered in 1882 by surveyors for the railroad. Stone such as this was used for constructing our shelter house, t...
The Chippewa and Sioux Indians roamed this area before the French fur traders came trapping fur bearing animals which were plentiful along the Eau Galle River. The real history of the vil...
Located near Downsville, Dunnville was once a major steamboat landing and county seat. It is along a bicycle trail 75 miles east of Minneapolis/St. Paul, Minnesota, west of Eau Cl...
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Description below from Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources Website : This trail shadows the steep walls of the Red Cedar Valley for 14.5 miles from Menomonie to its connection ...
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Frontenac State Park rises 450 feet above an expanse of the Mississippi River called Lake Pepin. A spectacular view of the river valley extends for miles in all directions...
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The Wabasha area offers a peaceful landscape nestled in the bluffs and the unassuming charm of a rural locale. However, a natural phenomenon disrupts the quietude of this historic r...
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Gun collection of hundreds of old guns from many different companies. Large collection of fishing lures. American Indian artifacts, mounted wildlife, tools and antiques.
The msueum's exhibits begin with the prehistoric settlements found in the area, moving onward to more recent settlements. It has an interactive exhibit on the Kraft State Bank...
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