The Waters of Trempealeau, Wisconsin!
Trempealeau Wisconsin is a quaint town that sits on the banks of the Mississippi River and between two confluences. North of the town the Trempealeau River empties in and creates a quiet bay where wildlife abounds and Perrot State Park lies. Southwards you’ll find the Black River where the confluence has been preserved as a State Natural Area and where the best access is by boat. The town itself also rests against the Trempealeau Lakes, a chain of spring fed lakes that are part of the Mississippi Valley Conservancy Lands. With hiking and canoeing right on their doorstep, this is a town well connected to nature.
~Canoeing Trempealeau Bay~
~Fishing in Van Loon~
~Boating the Mississippi~
~Back to Base~
After a day on the water Trempealeau welcomes you back for a great meal at a supper club (a Wisconsin staple), restaurant, or cafe. You might also want to check out a vintage from a local winery. Be sure to take some time to enjoy the river view from the end of Main Street before heading back to one of Trempeauleau’s many unique and comfortable lodging options.