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Center Lodge

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Cream Pitcher Bed & Breakfast

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Eagle Cave Resort

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Fireside Campground

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Fireside Campground is located in the Beautiful Central Wisconsin River Region , 45 miles west of Madison WI, 10 miles west of Spring Green or 10 miles east of Richland Center, right off of highway 14. Fireside Campground offers 30/50 amp with water and electric and full hook up sites available along with a nice mix of both pull through and back in sites. Fireside Campground is BIG RIG FRIENDLY. Most of the water and electric sites are pull through and range from 40-80 feet long. We offer free internet throughout the park, with each reservation you will get two FREE internet codes, if additional codes are required you may purchase them at 2.00 per day. We are a dog friendly and motorcycle friendly campground. We also have laundry facilities. For many years, Fireside Campground has been the favorite destination for campers and outdoor enthusiasts from all over Wisconsin and beyond. We offer access to both modern conveniences as well as a more private, rustic experience for those who prefer. Fireside Campground is comprised of 50 acres, most of the campground is situated on 25 acres and a walking path goes through the heavily wooded 10 acres to the west and then around the whole campground. We have dog waste stations located throughout the campground and at the entrance to the trail and ask that dogs be kept on a leash at all times and that you pick up after your dog. Activities include a large play area for the kids that includes a large sand box and GAGA BALL pit and jungle jumparoo, free 9 hole mini golf, foosball table as well as several BAGS game for your use, you can even take them to your site. Other outdoor entertainment include a basketball court, carpet ball tables and an outdoor billard table played with croquet balls along with a horse shoe pit and even a PARACHUTE LAUNCH for kids of all ages, (parachute men for sale in the store). In addition we have FOAM PARTIES on holiday weekends and some selected weekends through the summer, along with ICE CREAM SOCIALS on holiday weekends and selected weekends through the summer. Don't forget about all the sightseeing and activities outside of the park. Hiking, biking along the 14 mile Pine River Bike Path located directly across from the campground, fishing on the Wisconsin River, or one of the many local trout streams not far away, House on the Rock, Taliesin, American Players Theater, Starlight drive-in theater and don't forget the shopping... antique, unique gift shops, galleries and Amish shops featuring local and regional artists are all close by. 95 Total sites: 40 full hook up sites each with fire ring and picnic table 45 water and electric sites most of them pull through, each with fire ring and picnic table 8 tent sites with and without electric, each with fire ring and picnic table Transfer tanks are available with free honey wagon service for longer stays at full hook up rates. Park Model, Full Service Large Cabin that Sleeps 10 and one sleeping cabin Seasonal sites available- At Reasonable Rates that include either full hook up or free twice weekly honey wagon service and 2 annual internet codes with additional codes available for an additional fee. [read more]

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Pier County Park

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Richland Center Tourism

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Richland Center is the county seat and located in the in the heart of Richland County on Highway 14 between Madison and LaCrosse. The City is surrounded by the natural beauty of rolling hills of the Driftless Area and the Pine River which flows through middle of its city limits. Inviting neighborhoods, parks, industrial, retail, agricultural and medical enterprises can be found as well as the Historic Downtown Business District offering unique shopping and business opportunities. Snowmobiling, horse back-riding, kayaking and canoeing, trout fishing, golfing, hiking are some of the many activities found in the Richland Center area. Relax off-the-grid at one of the many Bed and Breakfasts found tucked away throughout the area. Whatever your idea of “Getting Away” is Richland Center, Wisconsin has what you are looking for! Richland Center is rich in history. The City was founded in 1851 by Ira Sherwin Hazeltine and received its name because of the fertile prairies, abundant water power and its proximity in Richland County, thus becoming Richland Center. We are the birthplace of Frank Lloyd Wright who was born in 1867. He built the A.D. German Warehouse in 1921, the only building designed by Wright in the city, is an early example of his Mayan Revival style. Richland Center became an important location for the women’s suffrage movement in Wisconsin with the Richland Center Women’s Club being founded in 1882. The club quickly became the largest suffrage group in the state and was influential in organizing the movement throughout Wisconsin. Susan B. Anthony visited in 1886. Later, Laura James’ daughter, Ada James, became influential in the movement, helping to found the Political Equality League in 1909 and advocating for women’s rights, pacifism, birth control, and prohibition. We are home to many firsts as GTE originated from here as the Richland Center Telephone Company, the first municipal auditorium in the state of Wisconsin and America’s “FIRST” designated Purple Heart City. The memorial, located in the area of Flag Park, marks the beginning of the Purple Heart Memorial Highway, which travels along Highway 14 to LaCrosse. [read more]

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Starlite Motel Richland Center

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