Any time of day, any time of year, La Crosse is full of exciting opportunities for learning, exploration, and entertainment. Whether you prefer to be outdoors or in, out late or up early, on the go with friends or relaxing with your family, you’ll find plenty to pack your days in La Crosse. Come back to the blog for updates! BLOG FOR US.
By: Anastasia Penchi Many larger communities like New York and LA hold their Pride festivals every June to celebrate gay rights. La Crosse Pride has traditionally been held in September so area college students are able to attend, and in 2017 the La Crosse...read more
Explore La Crosse and Outdoor Recreation Alliance is pleased to announce the Driftless Sports Convergence taking place May 19, 2018 at the Onalaska Omni Center located in Onalaska, Wisconsin. Visitors to the Driftless Sports Convergence can expect...read more
To his dog, every man is Napoleon; hence the constant popularity of dogs. Featuring a new photo shared with us on Instagram. Your photo could be next! Just snap a photo and use...read more
By: Anastasia Penchi If the word “mayhem,” is involved – it has to be good. Mississippi Mayhem (a reference to the river – not the state) is a car show featuring pre-1965 cars and pre-1975 motorcycles that will be held at the La Crosse Interstate...read more
The Mighty Mississippi and it's beautiful backwaters have proven to be a high class fishery time and time again. The river has served as a host to several major fishing tournaments such as the Bassmaster Elite, several Fishing League Worldwide (FLW) events, and most...read more
We will be featuring a new photo that is shared with us on Instagram. Your photo could be next! Just snap a photo and use #explorelacrosse The charm of fishing is that it is the pursuit of what is elusive but attainable, a perpetual series of...read more
The gaming convention Coulee Con will take place Friday, August 25, through Sunday, August 27 at the La Crosse Center. The convention, which is in its third year, features a variety of gaming genres including board games, collectible card games,...read more
La Crosse County is known for the bluffs but lest we forget about the other side of things. With the Mighty Mississippi and it's back waters, Lake Onalaska, Lake Neshonoc, the La Crosse River AND the Black River, we have plenty of opportunities for those who seek to...read more
For all you history buffs out there... La Crosse is home to more historic places than most people realize! 10. Joseph B. Funke Company If you’ve previously visited La Crosse, WI and stayed at The Charmant Hotel, stopped in to grab a cup of locally brewed...read more
By: Anastasia Penchi Is gaming your passion? Do role playing games get your brain spinning and your heartbeat thumping? Are you more interested in assisting as storm giant King Hekaton is tasked with keeping order among the giants or do you prefer to wield...read more
Give a man a fish and he has food for a day; teach him how to fish and you can get rid of him for the entire weekend. Featuring a new photo shared with us on Instagram. Your photo could be next! Just snap a photo and use...read more
By: Anastasia Penchi Folk music is the original music of the working people. The term has been used to describe the music made by whites in the rural South, but it also includes the music of the Southern blacks, Native Americans, Mexican-Americans, Cajuns...read more
Blog – Updates, News, and Happenings in La Crosse, WI
Winter sports and outdoor enthusiasts will love La Crosse, Wisconsin, in the wintertime. Six months worth of snowfall in our wooded bluffs, expansive marshes, and frozen bottomlands means some of the best skiing, snowshoeing, and snowmobiling anyone could hope to…
Grandad Bluff has become not only a destination point for thousands, but also a symbol of this great Coulee Region. La Crosse’s recent renovation (completed in April of 2012) showed the importance and grandeur of Grandad Bluff to all who visit! Grandad Bluff is a city park located by following Main Street east which becomes Bliss Road (small vehicle only) as you ascend the bluff. At the top, the entrance is found by turning right on Grandad Bluff Road. The 600-ft high bluff overlooks the city of La Crosse.