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Things to Do In Reedsburg

Reedsburg has something for everyone! Whether you are a resident, here on business or enjoying a vacation with the family, be sure to take advantage of all Reedsburg has to offer. Adults and kids alike can find fun in our year-round. From baseball to camping - the possibilities are endless – just pick your adventure and explore the area!


  400 State Trail Headquarters

Come celebrate the beautiful scenery, bountiful wildlife, sandstone outcroppings, rolling farmland and runs parallel with the Baraboo River. The 400 State Trail is a true 4 Seasons Trail!

The Wisconsin 400 State Trail is located between Reedsburg and Elroy. Communities conveniently located along the trail between Reedsburg and Elroy are La Valle – 7 miles from Reedsburg, Wonewoc – 7 miles from La Valle; and Union Center – 4 miles from either Wonewoc or Elroy.

Trail Pass

Pick up your $5.00 Trail Pass at the Reedsburg Chamber of Commerce (400 Trail Headquarters) 240 Railroad Street. A portion of the proceeds goes to the Friends of the 400 Trail for trail enhancement and promotion.

Rent a Bicycle

You can rent bicycles at the 400 Trail Headquarters, located at the Reedsburg Chamber of Commerce, 240 Railroad Street.

  Bird Watching

Reedsburg is a recognized Bird City in Wisconsin because of the natural habitat and availability for the public to access the areas for bird viewing.


Geocaches abound in Reedsburg.  See how many you can find.


Enjoy a round of golf at our local championship quality golf course.

  Historic Walking Tour

Reedsburg has numerous historic homes that make a nice walking tour.  Check them out on your next visit.

  Norman Rockwell Exhibit

The Norman Rockwell Exhibit is maintained by the Voyageur Inn and is open and free to the public to view.

  Pioneer Log Village

The Reedsburg Historical Society's Pioneer Log Village is just 3 miles east of Reedsburg on Hwy 23/33.  Enjoy our beautiful 52 acre property that offers glimpses into the lives of early families as they lived in and near a small Wisconsin town.