Welcome to the Southwest Wisconsin Driftless Area Inns and Bed & Breakfasts!

The Bed & Breakfasts and Inns in Southwest Wisconsin's Driftless Area of Hidden Valleys cordially invite you to explore the special treasures that this region of Wisconsin has to offer. The area is ideal for lodging and experiencing Southwest Wisconsin hospitality due to its rich cultural heritage and natural features.

Explore Southwest Wisconsin Day Trips

Southwest Wisconsin has several chances for day getaways while you're here. Come and discover the history and culture that are alive and well along these twisting roads in this area of the driftless ice period. Visit the Amish settlements and other ethnic communities scattered throughout Southwest Wisconsin. Also, don't forget to go biking on the Wisconsin State Bike Trails, canoeing, hiking, playing disc golf, riding horses, visiting wineries and brewpubs, state historical sites and museums, or attending one of the many local festivals.

The rivers and streams are another must see, as they further the area's abundance of natural resources, which make it an ideal location for sightseeing and outdoor activities. Paddlewheel down the Mississippi River, take a canoe trip down the Kickapoo River for some or all of its 120 miles, or enjoy the more than 200 miles of trout streams. Visits to Southwest Wisconsin are worthwhile because of the beautiful scenery that varies with the seasons. You're welcomed so you may take in the breathtaking scenery that surrounds us.

Explore the Driftless Lands of Wisconsin in Day Trips

Visit this driftless ice age region of Southwest Wisconsin to learn more about the traditions and culture that are surviving along the meandering roadways. Visit the Amish settlements that dot the area, as well as the melting pot of German, Norwegian, and Czech people. The four Wisconsin State Bike Trails that traverse Southwest Wisconsin on reclaimed railroad should not be missed. Visit this region of Wisconsin to enjoy boating, golfing, hiking, explore Wildcat State Park, or tour the numerous state historical sites and museums that are spread out around the area. Another attraction that you shouldn't miss is festival celebration. With the Cranberry Festival in Warren, Syttende Mai in Westby, Cesky Den in Hillsboro, Butterfest in Sparta, Riverfest, and Oktoberfest in La Crosse, you can see that Southwest Wisconsin has it all.

The area's abundance of natural resources, including the rivers and streams, making it an ideal location for outdoor leisure and sightseeing. Take a paddlewheel boat tour along the Mississippi River for almost 200 miles, or canoe the Kickapoo River for 120 miles as it winds through a valley that is 70 miles long. Traveling through the hills and valleys of Southwest Wisconsin is worthwhile because of the beautiful scenery that varies with the seasons. You're welcomed so you may take in the breathtaking scenery that surrounds us.

Bed & Breakfast Cities and Events

Crawford, Grant, Green, Iowa, Juneau, La Crosse, Lafayette, Monroe, Richland, and Vernon are the ten counties that make up The Hidden Valleys. Every county is different and offers events, festivals, and more throughout the year.

Click the links below to learn more about some suggested day adventures in southwest Wisconsin.

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