Menomonie sits in the heart of the Red Cedar Valley in Northwestern, WI. This quaint little town was first settled by the Sioux Indians and was once home to the largest lumber industry in the world. Menomonie will quench your thirst for adventure with breathtaking landscapes to explore. Menomonie is home to Lake Menomin, Red Cedar State Trail, Hoffman Hills, Devils Punch Bowl, ideal fishing spots and much more. For over 150 years downtown Menomonie has been the center of the community. Today, its rich historic architecture is home to the world-class Mabel Tainter Center for the Arts, first-rate restaurants, and a large selection of independent locally owned shops, restaurants, cafes, breweries, and much more.
Menomonie presents a blend of inspiring attractions from the town’s history, rich with narrative and innovation, to the one of a kind artists, musicians, entertainers and crafters.
Menomonie is home to several lakes for water sports and fishing, and miles of trails for cross country skiing, hiking, and road or off-road bicycling, making it the ideal location for year-round outdoor activities.
Whether you’re looking to cruise the remote countryside or enjoy an evening event, Menomonie is the whole package! We work directly with our community to provide you a memorable stay. Some of our accommodations include: