Step into our backyard and GO explore the outdoors of Chippewa County. Whatever the reason, and the season, we’re glad you’re here! Chippewa County has everything you are looking for to enjoy the outdoors.
Lake Wissota, the county’s largest lake, offers year-round recreational opportunities. From paddle boarding in the Summer, to camping in the Fall and ice fishing in the Winter, Lake Wissota has everything!
Chippewa County is known for its natural beauty. You can immerse yourself in our beautiful forests and rolling hills by hitting the trails! Whether you’re hiking at Lake Wissota State Park, or snowshoeing through Brunet Island State Park, you will be lost in the beauty.
Hit the trails on two wheels, both in warm and cool months! Fat tire bike at Hickory Ridge Recreation Area. Coast along the paved trails of Old Abe State Trail. Paved or not, the trails will take you on a perfect adventure.
When in Chippewa County, it is a must to explore the outdoors!
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.
Your Winter Challenge is Here Win prizes and get outdoors with On the Go in the Snow: Chippewa Winter Challenge! Go Chippewa County and Chippewa Health Improvement Partnership are teaming up to help make sure this season remains long on enjoyment, even if short on daylight. As part of our effort to encourage healthy cold weather habits, everyone who participates in the On the Go in the Snow: Chippewa Winter...Learn More
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