Tomah Parks: With more than 200 acres of open green spaces, recreational areas and playgrounds at ten separate parks, Tomah offers plenty of outdoor area for visitors to walk, hike, picnic, and play.
515 North Superior Ave. & Arthur Street: Includes a picnic pavilion, public restrooms, playground, and Tomah Veteran Memorial.
A.L. BUTTS PARK
1114 Parkview Drive: Has an open-air picnic pavilion, public restrooms, playground, boat landing, and dock.
903 Brandon Street: Home to Tomah’s Holiday Rotary Lights during the month of December. There are 2 open-air picnic pavilions, an enclosed park shelter, public restrooms, basketball courts, baseball diamond, boat ramps, volleyball courts, horseshoe pits, picnic area, and Winnebago Wonderland- a 10,000 sq. ft. playground!
Area Community Theater
For over 30 years, Area Community Theater has entertained theatre patrons from around the area. The largest and oldest community theater in Monroe County, over 200 locals are involved as cast, crew and volunteers. To buy tickets visit: https://www.tomahact.com/
Necedah National Wildlife Refuge
The Refuge is located off of Hwy 21, 18 miles east of Tomah, WI: Visitor Center, turn onto Headquarters Rd and travel 2 miles into the interior of the Refuge.
Necedah National Wildlife Refuge provides important services to wildlife, people, and the habitats which support them. NNWR is responsible for preserving a natural diversity and abundance of fauna and flora, and refuge and breeding ground for migratory birds and other wildlife. It also provides opportunities for people to enjoy and learn about our natural world through such wildlife-compatible activities as hiking, hunting, fishing, and attending educational and interpretive programs. For more information, visit their website. https://www.fws.gov/refuge/necedah/
Cranberry & Amish Country
Hiawatha Golf Club
Golf Anyone? Hiawatha Golf Club has a full driving range, putting green, pro-shop, and a comfortable bar and lounge with a short order grill. This scenic 18-hole course includes a rolling par 72. Information contact 608.372.5589 or visit www.golfhiawatha.com
Tomah Historical Society and Museum, The Little Red Schoolhouse Museum, and the Wisconsin Cranberry Discovery Center. For more information on the area’s museums, call 608.372.2166.
Lake Tomah Fishing
Lake Tomah is a 245 acre lake located in on the west side of town. It has a maximum depth of 19 feet. Visitors have access to the lake from public boat landings and many wonderful shore fishing spots located in parks surrounding the lake. Fish in Lake Tomah include Panfish, Largemouth Bass and Northern Pike.
The Elroy-Sparta State Bike Trail is 33 miles of wilderness passing through three railroad tunnels. This trail is one of Wisconsin’s favorite bike rides. For information on the trail call 608.463.7109
Founded in 1909, this U.S. Army installation is located just minutes west of the city of Tomah. Fort McCoy is the only U.S. Army installation in Wisconsin, as well as the only Army facility in the upper Midwest. For more information of Fort McCoy or the public Pineview Campground and Whitetail Ridge Ski Area, visit home.army.mil/mccoy/
Enjoy one of the latest movies on the six screens at Ho Chunk Cinema. For movie titles and times, visit www.marcustheatres.com/theatre-locations/ho-chunk-cinema-tomah
Tomah Bowling Alley
Strike Zone bowling center & Pizones Restaurant, offering the finest entertainment paired with delicious food and drinks. For bowling times visit www.strikezonetomah.com/bowling