Cranberry Country: Tomah is located in the heart of Wisconsin cranberry country with some 2,500 acres of cranberry bogs and marshes dotting the countryside . The area ranks second in annual cranberry production, and boasts the oldest cranberry producing marsh in Wisconsin. Visitors can enjoy a tour of the cranberry bogs and taste delicious cranberry products at local cranberry farms in the area.
Hunting & Fishing: Avid fishermen and hunters will find outstanding opportunities for hunting and fishing in the Tomah area. The city is home to Wisconsin’s annual Pheasant Championship, and visitors can explore more than 1,000 acres of private hunting grounds at the scenic Woods and Meadow Hunting Preserve.
Burnstad’s European Village: This quaint village offers unique opportunities for shopping and dining, authentic European architecture, and charming brick walkways leading to a quiet fishpond where visitors can relax and reflect.
Lake Tomah: With 207 acres of fresh water, Lake Tomah is an idyllic spot for boating, water skiing, swimming, and other outdoor sports. Fishing enthusiasts can try their skills at catching a wide variety of species, including Bluegills, Perch, Sunfish, Bass, and more. Public docking facilities are available at two parks along the shores of the lake.
International Crane Foundation: Bird watching enthusiasts and wildlife lovers can view all 15 species of cranes at this unique wildlife center. Visitors will learn preservation techniques, see wetland habitats, hear crane calls, and explore nature trails through ecosystems that serve as breeding grounds and homes to some of the rarest birds in the world.
Whitetail Ridge Ski Area: Located at Fort McCoy, skiers and snowboarders can enjoy four downhill slopes plus cross-country ski trails and snow tubing hills on more than 300 acres of forested land at Whitetail Ridge Ski Area.