House on the Rock Golf Resort
Equally challenging and visually breath-taking is the North Nine, designed by Roger Packard and two-time U.S. Open Champion Andy North. The North Nine offers dramatic changes in elevation and subtly sloped greens.
- (800) 822-7774
International Crane Foundation
Visit a world-renowned conservation center featuring the 15 majestic crane species in wetland and grassland exhibits, hiking trails, guided tours, gift shop, ADA accessible.
The International Crane Foundation works worldwide to conserve cranes and the ecosystems, watersheds, and flyways on which they depend. We provide knowledge, leadership, and inspiration to engage people in resolving threats to cranes and their diverse landscapes.
The International Crane Foundation is the only place on Earth where you can see all 15 of the world’s crane species!
Located in Baraboo amid the farmlands of southern Wisconsin, the International Crane Foundation’s headquarters are just ten minutes from the Wisconsin Dells and surrounding Baraboo Hills. Visitors to our site can enjoy a guided tour of the world’s cranes, take a hike on our nature trails, and browse nature themed items from around the world in our gift shop.
Open to the public every day between April 15 and October 31 from 9 am to 5 pm between Baraboo and Wis. Dells.
- (608) 356-9462
Kalahari Waterpark Resort Convention Center
- (608) 525-2427
- (877) KALAHARI
La Crosse Queen Cruises
A 149 passenger authentic sternwheeler offering daily sightseeing along with cocktail, dinner, brunch and three hour lunch cruises. Operating mid- April through October. Located downtown La Crosse, WI in Riverside Park. Free parking and Handicap Accessible.
The La Crosse Queen is a modern-day replica of the grand river boats that plied the Mississippi River in the late 19th Century. Cruising out of LA CROSSE, WISCONSIN, she is one of the few authentic Mississippi River paddlewheel river boats still in operation in the United States today. In keeping with early traditions, she was built with sternwheels that are her only means of propulsion. The La Crosse Queen has a split sternwheel and each is run by a twin diesel engine that powers hydraulic motors which turn the paddles. This is in contrast to most Mississippi River paddlewheelers in operation today that have a “free wheeling” paddlewheel at the stern of the boat for visual effect, but have traditional screw-type engines hidden for their real means of propulsion.
- (608) 784-2893
Mid-Continent Railway Museum
World-renowned historical railway museum. Train rides, exhibits, displays, gift shop. Special Events and dinner trains.
Take a memorable, seven-mile, 55-minute round-trip ride on a former branch line of the Chicago & North Western Railway nestled in a valley between the Baraboo Hills in rural Sauk County. Passengers ride in restored steel coaches built a century ago. An authentically-attired conductor will call “all aboard!” before the train leaves from an historic wooden depot, built in 1894.
Open daily June 8 to August 28, weekends May 9 to October 18. Open Memorial and Labor Day.
North Freedom, Wis. email@example.com
- (800) 930-1385
Mt Olympus Theme Park & Water Park
- (608) 254-2490