Hayward’s Fresh Water Fishing Hall of Fame and Museum

Hayward, Wisconsin • 800.724.2992 • 715.634.4440 •

Overlooking Lake Hayward, this 4 1/2-story high walk-thru musky is the gateway to Northern Wisconsin Recreation. The Fresh Water Hall of Fame is the international headquarters for education, recognition, and promotion of freshwater sport fishing. 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 freshwater sport fishing.

Ho-Chunk Gaming

Black River Falls • 800.657.4621 •

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.

Ho-Chunk Gaming

Nekoosa • 800.782.4560 •

Ho-Chunk Gaming, Nekoosa offers you 650 slots and a variety of table games including a live poker room, blackjack, roulette, Let It Ride Poker, and Three-Card poker. Enjoy fine dining in the Rainbow Grille and Lounge.

Leinie Lodge – Leinenkugel

Chippewa Falls • 715.723.5557 •

Take the tour and let one of our guides introduce you to nearly 150 years of beer brewing and six 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. A portion of sales will be donated to water conservation efforts for Little Lake Wissota, our hometown lake.

Madeline Island Museum

La Pointe • 715.747.2415 •

Voyage over Lake Superior’s crystal waters and back in time. Discover the rich and diverse heritage of this unique destination. Step off the Madeline Island Ferry and into the stories that made the island the enchanting place it is today at the Madeline Island Museum. The museum, comprising an 1835 warehouse from the historic American Fur Company complex, the former La Pointe town jail, a Scandinavian-style barn, and the Old Sailor’s Home now hold exhibits that share the cultural connections that make the island what it is today. Discover magic that has drawn people from all over the world to the island for centuries.

Reed School

Neillsville • 608.253.3523 •

Set in a quintessential rural Wisconsin landscape, Reed School shares the stories of life growing up in the country and attending the once common one-room school. Learn how these schools served as the basis for educating rural children in the 19th and first half of the 20th century.