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Mississippi River vacation rentals near Trempealeau, WI are in cabin country. The scenic terrain envelops the town and rentals with it’s unique archaeology and gorgeous views. Many Trempealeau cottages are nestled along the western banks of the Mississippi River. The Black and Trempealeau Rivers makes this a fantastic retreat for canoers, kayakers, photographers and fishermen, also border it.
Trempealeau is best known for its famous Catfish Days on the weekend of July 4th. A fun filled weekend with the best catfish you have ever had, drinks, games, music, tournaments, parades, dancing, kid activities and more. Bicycling is a popular thing to do right from the cabin, and nearby Trempealeau Mountain is the main attraction. New York Times called the Trempealeau County Countryside, “Pastoral and hilly, studded with rock-topped bluffs and cut deep by ravines,” and noted the bucolic surroundings, adding, “We climbed switchback hills, lanes twisting up and up, then rode on plateaus past silos, turkey sheds and farmers on tractors, silhouetted in dust and blue sky.” Bicycling Magazine called Trempealeau County, “cycling nirvana” and the “perfect getaway”. Enjoy great lodging and seven trails with hundreds of miles that wind through the scenic but rolling hills will give you a backstage pass to the Trempealeau National Wildlife Refuge, Perrot State Park, and other quaint small towns.
This area is rich in history, colonized by those that hoped that this location on the banks of the Mississippi River would make it a large shipping destination. However, Trempealeau maintained a quaint town on the banks of the mighty Mississippi and gained a reputation of vacationland. Recently renovated, main street now features gas light style lamps and paver-style-walkways to augment the period architecture. Trempealeau Mountain has a story to tell with Native American mounds, burial sites, and habitation sites. These and many other attractions are close to your vacation home.
Grill out on the cabin deck, or enjoy fine dining at a supper club or casual dining and homemade breakfast at several of the cafes in town. Enjoy a bottle of wine on the cottage patio, or head to Elmaro Winery which overlooks the Mississippi River and bluffs.
Staying at a Trempealeau hotel isn’t the same. Renting a vacation rental gives you the freedom to dock your boat, park your bikes, stretch out in the yard, roast marshmallows under the stars, and upfront parking.
Make sure you talk to rental owners about the many Trempealeau seasonal events and day trips. Compare cabins and Trempealeau resorts and lodging here, then book DIRECTLY with the owners. Booking DIRECT guarantees you get the lowest rental rate, plus you avoid third-party booking website scams.