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Hayward’s Fresh Water Fishing Hall of Fame & Museum

Hayward

Hayward’s Fresh Water Fishing Hall of Fame & Museum – Overlooking Lake Hayward, this 4 1/2 story high walk-thru musky is the gateway to Northern Wisconsin recreation. Call for information on Hayward resorts, motels, campgrounds, home rentals, and bed & breakfasts.

The Fresh Water Fishing Hall of Fame is the international headquarters for education, recognition and promotion of fresh water sportfishing. Our mission is to develop and maintain the Fresh Water Fishing Hall of Fame and its museum for the preservation and display of historical artifacts of fresh water sportfishing.

  • (800) 724-2992
  • (715) 634-4440
www.freshwater-fishing.org/
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Ho-Chunk Gaming – Black River Falls

Black River Falls

Ho-Chunk Gaming Black River Falls offers guests a 60-room hotel, attached to a gaming floor that holds over 600 slots, Blackjack, Three Card and Four Card Poker, Let It Ride Poker and Bingo. Located off I94 Exit 116, four miles east on Hwy 54. Visit all six Ho-Chunk Gaming facilities with locations also in Madison, Nekoosa, Tomah, Wisconsin Dells and Wittenberg.

  • (800) 657-4621
  • (800) 657-4621
http://www.ho-chunkgaming.com/
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Ho-Chunk Gaming – Nekoosa

Nekoosa

Ho-Chunk Gaming – Nekoosa offers you 650 slots and a variety of table games including a live poker room, blackjack, roulette, let it ride and 3 card poker. Enjoy fine dining in the Rainbow Grille and Lounge: Our Rainbow Grille Banquet Center will seat up to 250 guests for your meeting or special event. 4 miles south of Nekoosa on County Rd. G. A property of the Ho-Chunk Nation.

  • (800) 782-4560
www.ho-chunkgaming.com
LODGE

Leinie Lodge – Leinenkugel

Chippewa Falls

Take the tour and let one of our guides introduce you to nearly 150 years of beer brewing and 6 generations of Leinenkugel family history. The Leinie Lodge is filled with historical photos, vintage equipment and plenty of Leinie’s wearables and collectibles to take home. Come relax with friends and family, sample our award-winning beers and get the full flavor of all things Leinenkugel’s®. Tours and beer tastings cost $5.00 for those 21 and older and you will receive a souvenir glass. A portion of sales will be donated to water conservation efforts for Little Lake Wissota, our hometown lake.

Cost:   21 And Older: $5.00 Under 21: Free

Hours (CT)   M-Th & Sat: 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.   Tours every half-hour from 9:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

Fri: 9:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.   Tours every half-hour from 9:30 a.m. – 6:30 p.m.

Sun: 11:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.   Tours every half-hour from 11:30 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.

All brewery tours are first come, first serve

888-LEINIES (888-534-6437)    or    715-723-5557

leinielodge@leinenkugels.com

Write Us:   The Leinie Lodge, P.O. Box 337, 124 East Elm Street, Chippewa Falls, WI 54729

Visit Us:   Jacob Leinenkugel® Brewing Company, 124 East Elm Street, Chippewa Falls, WI 54729

  • (715) 723-5557
  • 888-LEINIES
www.leinie.com
madelineisland

Madeline Island Museum

La Pointe

Madeline Island Museum is a Wisconsin Historic Site. Voyage over Lake Superior’s crystal waters and back in time. Discover the rich and diverse heritage of this unique destination. A place for bold exploration and surprising discoveries! May 23 – Oct. 3. La Pointe.

Picturesque and historic Madeline Island first cast its spell on Leo Capser in 1903. In 1958, the love he felt for the island manifested itself into the Madeline Island Museum.  The Madeline Island Museum comprises the original museum and a modern expansion. The original museum is four historic log structures that have been relocated and connected together. It includes the only remaining building of the American Fur Company complex built at La Pointe in 1835, making it the oldest structure on Madeline Island. That building is adjoined to an old barn, the former La Pointe town jail, and the Old Sailor’s Home, which had been built as a memorial to a drowned sailor. In 1991 the museum expanded by adding the Capser Center and, in 1995, the connecting Walkway Gallery.

Come explore the storied past of Madeline Island and one of the richest collections of Wisconsin history.

  • (715) 747-2415
www.wisconsinhistory.org