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About Eau Claire

If you’re heading toward the west-central region of Wisconsin, consider reserving your campsite at Eau Claire RV parks and campgrounds. They tend to cluster around Lake Wissota, Menomonie, and Wabasha.

At Lowes Creek County Park, there’s skiing in the winter and well-maintained hike and bike trails, fishing, and picnic areas across 250 acres. Closer to the city center is Carson Park, where the historic Eau Claire baseball field is located in the middle of Halfmoon Lake. Also on this finger of land is the Chippewa Valley Museum and Paul Bunyan Logging Camp Museum, which incorporates the legend of the great ax man and Babe, his big blue ox. The Beaver Creek Reserve combines the natural beauty of the Eau Claire area with engaging exhibits.

The Chaos Indoor Water Park has slides and rides that are insulated from Wisconsin’s harsh winter (and fall, and spring). The Children’s Museum of Eau Claire has interactive exhibits that are meant to entertain kids. They have a special play space for toddlers and host activities year-round. The Downtown Farmer’s Market is a great way to meet local farmers and artisans, and it supports the local economy, too.

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