Tourism and Things to Do in Grant County WI
Grant County Wisconsin has many unique features for interested tourists. Information about the county is available at visitor centers, local chamber of commerce offices, government offices, and other locations throughout the county. The Grant County Tourism Council prepares an annual Travel Planner which highlights local events throughout the year.
Historic sites and communities. The wild and scenic Lower Wisconsin River. The mighty Upper Mississippi. “The land the glaciers forgot,” with high plateaus, deep creek valleys and scenic byways. Rural Americana. These special places and qualities are Grant County – the start of adventure, discovery and escape – the start of your Wisconsin visit.
Escape in the relaxing pace of rural life among that state’s most vivid history and small community hospitality in Grant County. Step back to earlier, simpler times as you visit historic sites like Stonefield Village, stroll quiet streets, or simply uncover a secluded country church and cemetery.
Historic sites throughout Grant County take you back to the important beginnings of mining, religion, education and commerce in Wisconsin.
The natural beauty and features of Grant County are your start to auto and bike tours, wildlife viewing, landscape vistas, and river activities. Hundreds of miles of bluff-lined smaller rivers and streams nestled in deep valleys offer cold-water angling, canoeing, and birding. The winding roads and byways of these valleys, craggy bluffs, and expansive plateaus offer some of the finest views in the Midwest.