Trempealeau is a village located along the Mississippi River in Trempealeau County in the U.S. state of Wisconsin. The population was 1,529 at the 2010 census. The village is located within the Town of Trempealeau.
Restaurants in Trempealeau
5 based on 112 reviews
We're a Wisconsin vineyard and winery nestled in the Mississippi River Valley. We make a variety of award winning wines to appeal to all palate. We love sharing our passion for wine and our picturesque setting with all of our guests. Join us for walk-in wine tastings, live music, and numerous events!
This is not an easy place to find, but is well worth the trip. Sitting on a hillside overlooking their vineyards, the view is beautiful. I had a free wine tasting of four of their wines and really enjoyed it. After purchasing a bottle of...MoreThank you so much for visiting our family vineyard & winery. We appreciate your visit and sharing of your experience. It's always great to hear people enjoy the patio, music, cheeses, and of course the wine. We hope to see you again soon!
4.5 based on 77 reviews
This area is supposedly cyclist heaven, but I don't find most roads to be bike-friendly. The trails offer that level of safety despite the occasional road crossing. They are amazingly well maintained, which means they are also patrolled. Have your pass handy.
4.5 based on 97 reviews
Wisconsin park that is home to Brady's Bluff and the Trempealeau National Wildlife Refuge.
A friend and I were on a bike trip to the Trempelau area and decided to get some hiking in as well.
Perfect place---- Perrot State Park!!
Rainy day, but that wasn't going to stop us.....we did a couple trails, both along the Bluffs. (Brady's Bluff) Beautiful!!
We were a little worried about the trails getting slippery but never a problem. Hiking up wasn't as bad as I thought either-- trails were safe and footing safe.
Reaching the top was certainly worth it!!! What a view!!
There were a few different options for hiking down. The route we chose was also safe and easy to get down. Lots of wooden steps with handrails when needed.
A really beautiful Park with great trails!!
4.5 based on 23 reviews
At 520 feet high, this area offers scenic views of Trempealeau Mountain.
Perrot Park, in Trempealeau WI, has a wonderful variety of hiking trails. Brady's Bluff gives you a view of the Mississippi Valley that is spectacular no matter what time of year.
4.5 based on 9 reviews
This is an apple farm and you may pick your own. Wow...what fun to walk among the row upon row of apple trees...some of them so heavy with the weight of the apples that the branches are almost ready to break. They are so easy to pick you end up with more than you bargained for. The weekend we went they were having a special celebration...oh my what what fun !! There was a fire pit to warm yourself by...or just relax. Live music that was very entertaining. They have frisbees and cornhole for the kids. Things to buy and more than you needed of things to eat. The apples were 1/2 price if you wanted to pick your own...so there were bargains galore. If you don't care to pick there are plenty of kinds for you to choose from. They have fresh apple cider,caramel apples, fresh or frozen apple pies. If you wish you can even crab a bite to eat there...ahhhh fresh apple pie with ice cream...YUM :) I guess the best part was this was all free...so many orchards are charging so much money...they have things for the kids, but, really...how many parents ride the "cow train" ? And...why should you pay $$$ to watch your kids...what a rip off. This is a super friendly apple farm and you pay for what you want and everyone goes away happy. I am excited for next year
4.5 based on 76 reviews
Overlooking the Mississippi River, this park offers scenic views.
The drive to the park is pretty and there are great views within. The park has 7 miles of hiking trails which feature scenic vistas of the Mississippi River Valley. The trails are not well marked however. Pets are allowed on the trails. The campground has 31 sites but no electricity.
4.5 based on 30 reviews
Very interesting area with beautiful little Falls out front. Nice picnic area in front of mill. Admission fee to enter the mill and it must be cash only they do not take any kind of plastic at all!! The staff member in the mill was very friendly and had a lot of info but we were unable to tour the mill or see the mill wheel due not having green cash with us :-(
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