Irvine Park & Zoo
The 318 acre park and zoo is located in the middle of Chippewa Falls for everyone to enjoy. It continues to be a recreational source of pride for residents and visitors.
After touring the Cook-Rutledge Mansion, be sure to enjoy Irvine Park with its abundant woods, waterways, zoo, playgrounds, wading fountain, picnic areas, hiking & cross country ski trails, and the waterfalls of Glen Loch Dam. (More info)
Rose & Lily Garden
The Rose & Lily Garden is a breathtaking site on the comer of Jefferson and Bridgewater Avenues (across the street from Leinenkugel's Brewery). It's a sight to see with more than 500 roses, teas, floribunda, grandifloras, miniatures, and climbers.
Area History Center &
Chippewa Falls is rich in history, seen throughout the city. What started out as an area of lumber with the largest sawmill in the world became an area of farming and today a large part of Chippewa Falls is supported by many manufactures. For more history about Chippewa Falls stop by the History Center.
Chippewa Falls Museum of
Industry and Technology
Chippewa Falls Downtown is not only alive, it is thriving. The Chippewa Falls Main Street continues its effort to restore and improve the downtown area, receiving many prestigious awards along the way.
Leinenkugel's Historic Brewery Tour
Toll free (888) LEINIES
The Northern Wisconsin State Fair
Approximately 70,000 people attend the Northern Wisconsin State Fair, with more than a mile of carnival rides, a variety of food stands, and a free grandstand that presents top entertainers. Exhibits include livestock, crafts, homemaking, education, and outstanding 4-H displays. (715)723-2861
Pure Water Days
Sporting events, kids games, entertainment, and a parade in August.
Contact: Chippewa Falls Chamber of Commerce 715-723-0331. (More info)