841 Brewhouse is the perfect spot for “anything from date night, birthday parties to the after work spot to come for appetizers and drinks” according to owner, Lucas Burns.
Looking for a park to enjoy lunch? With over 20 parks to choose from in the Whitewater, WI area, we had to feature the best 6 to have that picnic. Pick your favorite or visit all of them!
One of the most beautiful aspects of Whitewater, WI is its close proximity to nature. Within minutes, you’re either immersed in forest or enjoying vast countryside. So if you’re in town for the weekend and crave the wilderness, we promise one of these four hikes will scratch that nature itch.
At the height of summer before the bustle of autumn, it’s the perfect time to take an afternoon or evening and relax with wine and a platter of tasty morsels at Staller Estate Winery.
If you’re looking for an adventure that transports you away from the hustle and bustle and pauses time, grab your kayaks and head to the oak-filled peninsula, Dr. O.R. Rice Memorial Picnic Area on Rice Lake.
Have you ever wanted to fly like an eagle, but with greater wingspan and better stamina? This is how Danny Lange of Hang Glide Wisconsin described hang gliding during his interview with a team from Discover Wisconsin after he’d just flown with host, Mariah Haberman, of the WI tourism show.
When it comes to Second Salem Brewing Company, not only will you indulge in a delicious local craft brew, you’ll find yourself immersed in Whitewater’s (and the surrounding area’s) rich spiritual folklore.
It was a pleasure to sit down with Whitewater, WI’s newest Executive Director of the Chamber of Commerce and the Whitewater Tourism Council, Jenny Quill, who is incredibly happy to be here.
“Everyone is friendly and down-to-earth. Every person I’ve met is passionate about this town. I think that’s amazing to have an engaged community. It’s a cute little nook that’s country-city. It has a quirky vibe that I dig, and I like that it has a little edge.”
The City of Whitewater will be undertaking a drawdown of Cravath and Trippe Lakes beginning July 8. Here’s what you need to know about the project.
If you’ve never attended the legacy that is Whitewater, WI’s 4th of July Festival, you’re missing out on some serious magic. Dating back to the 1890s, this festival (that runs from Wednesday, July 3rd through Sunday, July 7th this year) has been encouraging community collaboration and play generation after generation.