1500 Jellystone Park Dr * Warrens, WI
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South-west of Tomah
You will enter an area where 19th century farming methods are still used, it's not uncommon to see horse-drawn buggies & wagons and colorful quilts drying on the clothes line. You will be intrigued by this quieter, simpler way of life.
Fishing and Hunting
Sunsets over Lake Tomah are a sight to behold and the fishing isn't bad either! Tomah & Monroe County has something to offer every outdoor enthusiast.
Founded in 1909, this U.S. Army installation is located just minutes west of the city of Tomah. Fort McCoy is the only U.S. Army installation in Wisconsin, as well as the only Army facility in the upper Midwest
Golf Anyone? We've got three courses that are above par!
Museums and More
Do you know how cranberries got their name? Have you ever seen the cartoon strip 'Gasoline Alley'? You'll impress your family and friends with your knowledge of cranberries and how the City of Tomah got its name after visiting our local museums!
Necedah National Wildlife Refuge
A vital link in the National Wildlife Refuge System in providing important services to wildlife, people, and the habitats which support them. In addition to fulfilling its role as a refuge and breeding ground for migratory birds and other wildlife, Necedah Wildlife Refuge is also responsible for preserving a natural diversity and abundance of fauna and flora, and provides opportunities for people to enjoy and learn about our natural world through such wildlife-compatible activities as hiking, hunting, fishing, and attending educational and interpretive programs.
Self-Guided Driving Tours
Our Annual Area Guide contains two self-guided driving tours, Amish Country & Cranberry Country. For a copy of the Area Guide please contact us or you can download it from the homepage.
The Elroy-Sparta Bike Trail
The Elroy-Sparta Bike Trail which has three old railroad tunnels along it is only minutes from the Tomah area. Bring your flashlight!
Mardi Gras/ Carnival
Under the Sea
BooBoo Beach Party
Those Fabulous 50's