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The UW-River Falls Horticulture Program

Students majoring in horticulture prepare for careers in landscaping, fruit, vegetable, turfgrass, interior plantscaping, golf course, woody ornamentals, greenhouse, and related industries.

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Travel Center opened at Flat Pennies in Bay City, WI!

Flat Pennies Ice Cream opens new Travel Center in caboose! Stop down and find interesting brochures, fun tourism ideas and pick up a hot dog, hot beef sandwich, or an ice cream while you are looking!
Flat Pennies website can be found here.

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Dec 27, 2015

Ellsworth Cooperative Creamery
Ellsworth White Cheddar Cheese Curds taste like no other because they come from 30,000 cows on 450 family farms in Wisconsin and Minnesota. Our farmer/producers are very fussy about quality and it shows in every fresh batch of Cheese Curds they produce. That is why buyers from all over insist on only Real Ellsworth Cheese Curds. The famous squeaky cheese is available at hundreds of restaurants...

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Jul 13, 2015

Kinnikinnic State Park
Located where the St. Croix and Kinnickinnic rivers meet, Kinnickinnic [Location] State Park offers experiences in two types of worlds. Enjoy the quiet and solitude of the Kinnickinnic River Valley and the many popular water-based recreational pursuits on the St. Croix River. A large sandy delta is found at the junction of the rivers.

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Jul 13, 2015

Nugget Lake County Park
Facilities/Amenities: 752 acres of semi-wilderness 55 unit campground all with electrical hook-ups 5 camping cabins w/heat and AC Modern comfort stations w/hot showers & flush toilets Modern playground equipment for children Sanitary dump station for campers Weekend Nature Movies at an Outdoor Amphitheater Weekend Naturalist Programs Beautiful 116 acre lake Several miles of hiking trails Boat ramp and dock Electric trolling motors only Excellent bass and pan fishing year-round Accessible fishing pier Canoe, kayak and boat rental available Unique geological formations Picnic...

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Jul 13, 2015

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Jul 13, 2015

Elmwood, WI Parks
Butternut Park is located on the south end of the Village at 101 W. May Avenue off of Public St. (County Road P).  There are 3 shelters with picnic tables available for your use along with a playground, softball field, horseshoe pits, tennis court and a volleyball ball sand pit.

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Jul 13, 2015

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Jul 13, 2015

Bay City Camp Ground, Bay City
Our campground offers: 25 campsites -17 with full hook-ups, 8 with electric and water Pull-through dump station Rustic Tenting                                     2014 Rates: Tent: $15.00 Daily Campsite: $35.00 Weekly (6 nights): $210.00 Monthly (29 nights): $600.00 Seasonal: $2000.00 Amenities: Fish Cleaning Area Clean restrooms Pavilion Public Boat Launch Sandy Beach Play area

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Jul 13, 2015

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Jul 13, 2015

Village Park, Maiden Rock
12 Camping sites, some with electricity, near Lake Pepin in Village of Maiden Rock. Picnic facilities and park pavillion building, available with grills. Beautiful view of Lake Pepin. Nice large trees in park. Park located across the Railroad tracks from the Village of Maiden Rock.

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Jul 13, 2015

Highland Ridge Main, Spring Valley
Highland Ridge overlooks the sparkling Eau Galle Reservoir in western Wisconsin. The area boasts 630 acres of scenery with numerous opportunities for recreation, including fishing, canoeing and plenty of hiking. Horseback riders will enjoy the trails around the lush region.

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Jul 13, 2015

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Jul 13, 2015

Island Campground, Hager City
Island Campground and Marina is a charming river community with boat slips and campsites. We are located on Trenton Island in the middle of the Mighty Mississippi under the towering Barn Bluff of Red Wing, MN. The campground and marina has been family owned and operated for over twenty years. Bob, Margi, & Nea Moyer invite you to join them at their family run campground...

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Jul 13, 2015

Wisconsin Online
Since 1996, Wisconsin Online has been the #1 ranked Internet resource for Wisconsin events, attractions, local information and maps. "Fast and easy to use!"

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Jul 13, 2015

Something Special from Wisconsin
Something Special from Wisconsin™ is a trademarked program administered by the Division of Agricultural Development at the Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection since 1983.

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Jul 13, 2015

Farm Fresh Atlas
The Atlas is a free local food directory that is distributed throughout 18 counties in western Wisconsin.  For 2015, we printed 15,000 copies to be distributed over the next few months. Last year was our third year using the Wisconsin Library Loan System, so every library in the region received Atlases, in addition to all the other locations we distribute. This year, our goal is...

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Jul 13, 2015

On Wisconsin Outdoors
Our new interactive web page EXPLORE WISCONSIN is a valuable resource for the outdoorsman. You’ll find links to county tourism sites, resorts, hunting and fishing guide services, and other Wisconsin attractions for men and women alike by clicking on the counties below.

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Jul 13, 2015

Wisconsin Department of Tourism
The state of Wisconsin welcomes visitors from far and wide with countless yearly travel options. Visit natural wonders, such as Cave of the Mounds or the Apostle Islands. Experience outdoor Wisconsin, an incomparable paradise for hunters, fishermen and campers. Foodies, wine and beer lovers will delight in discovering Wisconsin’s artisan cheese makers, wineries, and breweries, as well as farmers markets and award-winning restaurants. Great places...

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Jul 13, 2015

Discover Wisconsin
Discover Wisconsin is growing. In fact, we’re covering more ground than ever before! We’re thrilled to introduce you to a brand new team of co-hosts: Libby, Collin, Eric, Mariah, Abbey and Jake are helping us explore even more of the Badger State.

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Jul 13, 2015

West Coast of Wisconsin
On the shores of majestic Lake Pepin, you’ll find one of the best kept travel secrets this side of the Mississippi River. Designated, “Prettiest drive in America” by the Huffington Post, this scenic stretch of the Great River Road meanders through four quaint Wisconsin villages and reveals some of the most breathtaking views and scenery in the country. Steeped in rich history, spectacular beauty and an...

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Jul 13, 2015

Wisconsin Great River Road
History, bluff-top views, outstanding trails and charming river towns along the Wisconsin Great River Road—Wisconsin’s only designated National Scenic Byway. The Wisconsin Great River Road parallels the Mississippi River for 250 miles from Prescott in the north to Kieler in the south. Along the way, you’ll experience some of the most incredible scenery in the Midwest and 33 unique communities, some of which are the...

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Jul 13, 2015

Explore Wisconsin
In continuing with our commitment to provide the highest quality search and web development products to our members and visitors, we're rolling out some really cool new products this year. We're also working on an over-haul of our Spotlight Pages offering you more power, flexibility, and options.

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Jul 13, 2015

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Jul 13, 2015

Pierce County Antiques
Comprehensive list of Pierce County, Wisconsin based collectible & antique dealers, shops and stores.

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Jul 13, 2015

Crystal Cave, Spring Valley
DISCOVER the wonders of Crystal Cave on our one-hour tour. EXPLORE the passages more than 70 feet below ground. LEARN about the history, geology, and bats of Wisconsin’s longest cave!

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Jul 13, 2015

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Jul 13, 2015

Pierce County Snowmobile Council
The Pierce County Snowmobile Council is made up of the 9 snowmobile clubs in Pierce County Wisconsin.  Through the efforts of many dedicated volunteers these clubs provide and maintain the 222 miles of snowmobile trails in Pierce County Wisconsin.  All of the trails are located on private property and permission is obtained each year from the landowners for the use of these trails.  We are...

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Jul 13, 2015

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Jul 13, 2015

Pierce County Vinyards
For many connoisseurs the perfect compliment for their cheese is a glass of wine. In recent years, Pierce County has blossomed with several new vineyards and perhaps one of the finest and most unique is Vino in the Valleylocated on the banks of the Rush River in Maiden Rock Wisconsin just off of State Highway 10.  Vino in the Valley not only offers an excellent...

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Jul 13, 2015

Pierce County Snowmobile Trail System
The Pierce County Snowmobile Trail System consists of 222 miles of signed and groomed snowmobile trails. The trails exist on private property and encompass the entire county. Riders will experience a wide variety of landscapes as they travel throughout wooded forests and rolling hills. The trails cross numerous flowing rivers and creeks that provide breathtaking winter scenes and exciting new experiences around every corner. Trail grooming...

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