We have terrific Area Attractions year round. We have great activities for any season. If you like outdoor sports & recreations in Spring, Summer, and Fall, there are plenty of activities. Try swimming, water skiing, fishing, boating, horseback riding, go-carting, biking, walking trails, golfing and of course the greatest water parks in the world, the Wisconsin Dells. In fall, you can also go hunting on any of the public hunting lands in the area or on private land as long as you have the owners permission. Over winter, you can go cross country skiing, downhill skiing, tubing, boarding, and snowmobiling. There are plenty of year round activities like hitting the casino, shopping at antique malls & craft stores, seeing amish country, take a cranberry country tour, and more… The sight seeing in the area is amazing. The scenery varies. The fall leaves are just amazing as is the wildlife. Don’t forget your camera to capture all the great memories.
Here are some of the local attractions: (Details Below)
- Casino (5 min. from Tomah)
- Wisconsin Dells
- Castle Rock Lake (Wisconsin’s 4th largest)
- Lake Tomah (bring your own boat and skiis if you like)
- Amish Country
- Wildlife Refuge
- Snowmobile Trails
- Bird watching
- Nature Photography
- Skiing – Cross country and downhill, plus snow tubing & boarding
- Hiking & Biking
- Swimming, Skiing, Tubing, Snorkeling
- Fishing and Boating
- Horseback Riding
- Hunting – Public Hunting Land
- Antique Malls
- Craft Stores
- Cranberry Country Tours
- Canoe Trips on the Kickapoo River
- Military Base
Necedah National Wildlife Refuge
The Refuge is a vital link in the National Wildlife Refuge Systemin providing important services to wildlife, people, and the habitats which support them. In addition to fulfilling its role as a refuge and breeding ground for migratory birds and other wildlife, Necedah Wildlife Refuge is also responsible for preserving a natural diversity and abundance of fauna and flora, and provides opportunities for people to enjoy and learn about our natural world through such wildlife-compatible activities as hiking, hunting, fishing, and attending educational and interpretive programs. For more information, visit their website here.
The Elroy-Sparta State Bike Trail is 33 miles of wilderness passing through three railroad tunnels. This trail is one of Wisconsin’s favorite bike rides. You can rent a bike as well. For more information on the trail, check out their website, or call (608) 463-7109.
Discover the quiet simplicity of 19th-century farming tradition just Southwest of Tomah. Where horse-drawn buggies and colorful quilts drying on the line are all part of this quaint lifestyle.
Self-Guided Driving Tours
We offer two self-guided driving tours as featured in the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel: Amish Country & Cranberry Country. For a copy of either tour, or our entire Area Guide, please download PDF here.
You will find 270 miles of groomed snowmobile trails in Monroe County. For more information, visit the Monroe County Snowmobile Trails website. Just minutes from Tomah you can experience Whitetail Ridge Recreation Area for downhill skiing, cross-county skiing, tubing and snowboarding. Visit Whitetail Ridge’s website for more information.
Ten parks with more than 200 acres of green space provide plenty of space for family fun. Walk the Tomah Recreation Trail, or bring your swimming suit and check out the Aquatic Center in Buckley Park. Winnebago Park & Firemen’s Park are both great locations to host your family reunion. For more information on our City Parks contact the City of Tomah Parks & Recreation Dept. at 608-374-7445. Visit the Parks and Recreation website here.
Founded in 1909, this U.S. Army installation is located just minutes west of the city of Tomah. Fort McCoy is the only U.S. Army installation in Wisconsin, as well as the only Army facility in the upper Midwest.