Grab your gear, and enjoy cross-country skiing Chippewa County’s miles of groomed, snow-covered trails. Wind through vast forests, and follow the rivers and streams to enjoy the natural beauty.
Explore a section of the Ice Age National Scenic Trail by ski! This trail ventures through heavy forests with numerous kettle lakes. This path takes you from the Interpretive Center in New Auburn all the way to Brunet Island State Park in Cornell.
Visit Beaver Creek Reserve for an educational and recreational experience. Their nature facility is open year-round and contains more than 400 acres of diverse habitat!
Make Chippewa Falls your next vacation destination. Discover the culture and experience all of the fun it has to offer. From handcrafted beer, award-winning wines, savory eats, freshly roasted coffee, pristine forests, beautiful lake Wissota, and annual festivals, you will never want to leave.
Lake Hallie provides that little slice of life that everyone is looking for, even if it’s just for the weekend. It is a community that honors its past and celebrates the future. Lake Hallie has recreational and sporting opportunities at every turn and the taste of Wisconsin to meet every palate.