Alma, Wisconsin, and the Mississippi River Valley in general offer so many things to do while visiting here! Alma is the heart of the 250-mile Wisconsin Great River Road, the perfect place to base your road trip with lots of unique historic lodging, local food options, Mississippi River access and nature experiences to your heart’s desire. Here are just some of the things you can enjoy.
The Mississippi River is one of our nation’s best fisheries and Hillcrest Motel owner, Jarrad Fluekiger has been guiding it and fishing professionally for years. Book a guided fishing trip with Jarrad during your visit to Alma, Wisconsin, and you will be guaranteed a great time and lasting memories!
For another great fishing experience, please check out The Great Alma Fishing Float, a restaurant and group fishing charter service right on the Mississippi River!
Buffalo County Wisconsin is the number one county in the Boone & Crockett record books for whitetail deer! Owner, Jarrad Fluekiger runs Rutting Ridge Outfitters in the fall, offering guided trophy whitetail hunts and a great place to stay!
Alma and the Mississippi River are amazing viewing places for our nation’s symbol of freedom, the bald eagle! The National Eagle Center hosts Bald Eagle Days every summer. This year, it’s July 24-27, 2015.
Alma’s quaint downtown area is nationally known for its unique, historic shops and restaurants. The food and scenery are truly second to none here!
The Mississippi River Valley and Highway 35, otherwise known as the Great River Road, is truly one of America’s most scenic drives. Our stretch of highway in this beautiful, rugged bluff country offers breathtaking views of the Mississippi River, its wildlife, and historic towns.
Discover even more great Alma, Wisconsin attractions by visiting Alma’s website.