Econo Lodge Inn & Suites
4608 Royal Dr.
Eau Claire, WI 54701
Phone: (715) 833-8818
Fax: (715) 833-8970
Built in the 1860's, the construction reflects the owners' Scandinavian heritage.
One of the city's first brick homes, constructed because of the fear of fires which swept the lumber town of Eau Claire.
A unique opportunity to experience a 1/4 size working railroad.
The one room school served children in grade one through eight from 1882 until 1961.
An authentic reproduction of 19th century logging camp.
Enjoy family fun, a nature trail, pick your own apple in scenic setting.
Log Cabin Christmas Shop, sleigh rides out to cut our own tree, kids play area, hand made wreaths, roping and custom greenery. Free treats.
Explore 360 acres of picturesque natural habitat where people can discover, learn and appreciated the mysteries of our natural world.
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the restored Cook-Rutledge Mansion is "one of the finest remaining examples of High Victorian Italianate architecture in Wisconsin." Guided tours of this furnished lumber baron's home with hand-carved woodwork, crystal chandeliers, ceiling and wall artistry, silver doorknobs, stained-glass windows and five unique fireplaces are available.
The former Notre Dame Convent is now home to the Chippewa County Historical and the Chippewa County Genealogy Society.
Sans any admission prices, the Irviine Park Zoo provides free access to everyone. This zoo is home to wild animals like tigers, bears and so forth, and also offers scenic surroundings. Apart from that, it features picnic areas, a museum and historical displays as well.
The restored Victorian theater is among America's top 10 theaters, constructed by lumber baron Andrew Tainter and his wife, memorializing their daughter who died in 1886.