Neillsville Area Attractions
Silent Sports Abound in Clark County Forest
Established in 1934, Clark County Forest currently covers nearly 133,000 acres. This large public property is designated for outdoor recreation, wildlife habitat, and watershed protection purposes.
This Wisconsin county forest provides an abundance of recreational opportunities including 160 miles of trails for cross-country skiing, horseback riding, mountain biking, and hiking. There are also many roads and trails that allow access for hunting and trapping, camping, scenic driving, wildlife observation, berry picking, and fishing. Learn more about the Clark County Forest.
Bruce Mound Winter Sports Area:
Downhill Skiing & Tubing
Bruce Mound Winter Sports Area has been enhancing winter recreation in Wisconsin for all age groups since 1960. As one of Wisconsin's great attractions, this Neillsville, Wisconsin downhill ski area offers premium skiing conditions in your backyard. Enjoy state-of-the-art snowmaking and grooming capabilities that create the perfect skiing conditions every day of the week. Learn more about the Bruce Mound Winter Sports Area.
Eight scenic slopes for skiing and snowboarding
Eight snowtubing runs with rope tow
Lighted trails for night skiing
Ski instruction and ski patrol
Complete rental shop
Beautiful chalet with short order snack bar
Reasonable rates for a family budget
Levis Mound: Cross Country Skiing,
Mountain Biking, & Hiking
Providing some of the best mountain biking in the Midwest, the Levis Mound trail system consists of 19 miles of single track and 15 miles of cross-country ski trails. When there is no snow, the cross-country ski trails can be used for biking and hiking. Trails are closed during the Wisconsin gun deer season, as well as March 1st to April 15th.
Levis Mound's Self-Guided Interpretive Trail, a 1.5 mile segment, is designed as a self guided nature study trail. The trail has 15 stations which review a variety of natural resource features throughout Clark County.
The Trail Center is open during the cross country ski season, located 3/4 mile north of hwy 95 on Fisher Ave. Facilities include a large parking area, warm chalet, running water, and bathrooms.
Learn more about the Levis Mound hiking, skiing, and biking trails.
Within walking distance of the bed and breakfast, the Listeman Arboretum is comprised of 47 acres along the east bank of the Black River. Explore the arboretum though its network of trails, or sit and relax at one of the benches or picnic tables. The arboretum also provides access for fishing along the Black River. Learn more about this Neillsville Arboretum.
Neillsville Area Lakes & Rivers:
Fishing, Canoeing, & Kayaking
There are over 1,700 acres of lakes and over 590 miles of streams in Clark County, making it a great spot for fishing, canoeing, and kayaking. Game fish in Clark County waters include northern pike, pan fish, musky, large and small mouth bass, and walleye. In addition, there are 20 miles of trout streams.
The rocky rivers and streams around Neillsville, Wisconsin provide the ideal environment for fish, heron, eagle, sandhill crane, otter, beaver, and muskrat. A canoe or kayak ride around one of the many lakes or streams is sure to reveal some of Wisconsin's most beautiful scenery and wildlife.
Learn more about fishing in Clark County, Wisconsin.
View the Black River canoeing and kayaking guide.
Learn more about Lake Arbutus near Neillsville, Wisconsin.
Learn more about Rock Dam Lake near Neillsville, Wisconsin.
Learn more about Mead Lake near Neillsville, Wisconsin.
1897 Jail Museum
One of the last of its kind in Wisconsin, the Clark County Jail was designed and built in the Richardsonian Romanesque style in 1897. While the building has had many uses over the years, it was originally built to house convicts as well as the Sheriff and his family. The structure also provided a unique vantage point to county sheriffs during the 1920's milk wars.
A short 10 minute walk from O'Neill Manor, the 1897 Jail Museum offers a little glimpse at the history of Clark County. Learn more about the 1897 Jail Museum.
Neillsville Country Club (Public Welcome)
Whether you are an avid golfer or are just starting out, the Neillsville Country Club golf course is a great place to spend an afternoon. With fairways adorned with pines, maple, oak, and ash trees, this picturesque, nine hole golf course offers the difficulty of a country club without the high prices. Learn more about the Neillsville Country Club.
Neillsville Historic Walking Tour
A "melting pot" of Northwest Wisconsin, Neillsville offers a wide range of architectural styles in its buildings. Showcasing styles from Gothic Rival to Arts and Craft, Prairie to Bungalow, the Neillsville Historic Preservation Commission created the Neillsville Historic Walking Tour to promote the rich heritage of Neillsville, Wisconsin. As a historic home listed on local, state, and national registries, our Neillsville bed and breakfast, along with 19 other residential and commercial buildings, is part of this walking tour. Learn more about the Neillsville Historic Walking Tour.
The Highground Veterans Memorial Park
We all have family or friends who have served in the military. The Highground honors these servicemen and women as well as their families. Located in Neillsville, Wisconsin, this memorial park covers over 140 acres of land and features a meditation garden, learning center, information/gift center, and 15 tributes. Learn more about The Highground Memorial Park.
Sporting Clay Range
Bring your shotguns and check out the clays at White Oaks Sporting Clays. White Oaks has three separate courses with a total of twenty seven stations covering over eighty acres of woodland, marsh, and open fields. The courses are set up for the beginner, intermediate, or the more experienced shooter to challenge your ability. Learn more about this sporting clay range in Neillsville.
Wild Rock Horse Trail
In addition to overnight boarding of your horses and riding the trails at nearby Spring Pond Farm, LLC, Wild Rock Horse Trail provides over 40 miles of designated horse trails for your enjoyment. Take in the beautiful Wisconsin landscape while getting a little exercise for the horses. Learn more about Wild Rock Horse Trail.
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