Traveling to Onalaska? Learn more about these local businesses.
The Lumber Baron Inn is a bed and breakfast with a historic feel. The bed and breakfast’s Victorian design and décor has been widely featured in many publications, including Midwest Living. It’s located on Lake Onalaska and next to the Great River State Trail. When you wake, enjoy a four-course gourmet breakfast.
If you’re looking for genuine Italian food, look no further than Ciatti’s. Reviewers rave about the seafood pasta and unlimited soup-and-salad special during the lunch hour.
Blue Moon Saloon and Roadhouse provides a great atmosphere for summer dining. Their outdoor patio is great for drinks with friends, and their fish fry Friday is a favorite among locals.
Coulee Golf Bowl is exactly what it sounds like: a beautiful nine-hole golf course that also has a bowling alley. This unique combination assures there’s something fun for everyone in your group.
The La Crosse Queen is a paddlewheel riverboat that offers a variety of rides on the Mississippi River. Evening cocktail and dinner cruises, brunch cruises, sightseeing cruises and private parties are among the most popular offerings.
The Pearl Street Brewery in La Crosse has been brewing in Wisconsin for more than 20 years and distributes beer to most of the state. Head to the tasting room for the newest varieties on tap. If you’re in town on a Saturday, don’t miss the free brewery tours
The La Crosse Speedway is Wisconsin’s only NASCAR-sanctioned racetrack. There are always a ton of entertaining events, but summer Saturdays are the biggest of all.