Russell Rassbach Heritage Center Museum

    Headquarters of the Dunn County Historical Society, the Heritage Museum interprets the history of Dunn County through its extensive collection of artifacts and exhibit areas. Located in Menomonie’s Wakanda Park, near the Lions Club Game Park, disc golf course and the water park, the facility features a gift shop and new exhibits...
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Farmer’s Market

  Small enough to navigate quickly, with easy parking and large shade trees under which one can savor Amish baked goods and big enough to allow variety, the Farmer’s Market has become a weekly habit for Menomonie and visitors.  Located in the summer months at the Dunn County Rec Park, hours are Wed afternoons and Sat mornings.  Winter months, a small number of vendors offer their wares...
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Leinenkugels

The Leinie Lodge, just a short drive east of Oaklawn on highway 29 is one of the major tourist attractions in Wisconsin.  The welcome center boasts an impressive log structure with vaulted ceiling, a massive stone fireplace and comfy leather chairs.   A complimentary tour of the brewery, from grain storage, to mash cookers to bottling area, is preceded by tastings and an opportunity to be...
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Golf Courses

Going green takes on new meaning.   Take your choice of greens and fairways.   There are numerous golf courses within a 30-minute drive of Oaklawn.  Choose from an executive course or mature 18-hole challenges.  Click for a partial list of area courses.
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Mayo Health Center

Sometimes one is required to travel to be with family or friends during a time of illness.  Oaklawn is just minutes away from the Mayo Health System Hospital & Clinic and the Dunn County Health Care Center.
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University of Wisconsin-Stout

  Located right in the center of downtown Menomonie is the University of Wisconsin-Stout, with a population of over 9,200 students plays a primary role in the community.  Students, faculty, visitors and employees work, live and play in the downtown.  Oaklawn is just 2.5 miles or a quick five-minute drive from...
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Red Cedar StateTrail

This 14.5-mile trail follows the Red Cedar River south from Riverside Park, Menomonie to its connection with the Chippewa River State Trail at the confluence of the Red Cedar and Chippewa rivers. Along its route, the trail passes through the communities of Irvington and Downsville and the Dunnville State Wildlife Area. Observe prairies, marshland, forests and farmlands, sandstone bluffs and...
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Hoffman Hills Recreation Area

Hoffman Hills State Recreation Area offers 707 acres of preserved and restored wooded hills, wetlands and prairie traversed with hiking, cross-country ski and snowshoe trails. An excellent bird watching area. One of the highest points in Dunn County, a 60-foot-high observation tower offers spectacular views of the surrounding countryside. Come for a hike, stay for a picnic. Hoffman Hills is...
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Mabel Tainter Center for the Arts

The Mabel Tainter Center for the Arts, originally known as the Mabel Tainter Literary, Library and Educational Society, enriches the Chippewa Valley residents through the promotion and nurturing of the cultural arts. The 1889 historic Richardsonian-Romanesque designed building is an exquisite, restored historic theatre offering a full performing arts season, gallery with rotating exhibits,...
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Otter Creek Farm

What horse place? Really? Worth a visit! Tucked away in the rolling hills, north of Wheeler and just 15 miles from Oaklawn, is Otter Creek Farm and grounds that attracts horses and riders from all over the Midwest for workshops, demonstrations and riding competitions.
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