Learning the Area
The Menomonie Public Library provides a diverse selection of information, entertainment, and programming resources in a welcoming environment.
The Menomonie Parks and Recreation department offers a wide selection of activities for the whole family throughout the year.
With a waterslide, drop slide, and 13,914 square feet of water surface, your family is sure to have a great time at Wakanda Waterpark in Menomonie!
The Stokke Trail begins on the North side of Hwy 29 at the Menomonie trailhead of Red Cedar State Trail, near Riverside Park.
Plenty of adventures to discover at Crystal Cave, as well as gem panning, hiking, picnicking, and shopping!
Govin’s offers 6 acres of Strawberries, U-Pick and Pre-picked lamb, and chicken, and in the Fall, a 10 acre corn maze and 3 acres of Pumpkins.
The MabelTainter is a non-profit organization that strives to strengthen and connect the Menomonie community by engaging people in the arts.
Start with a wagon ride, and cut down your own perfect Christmas Tree!
Music Over Menomin provides free music for the community of Menomonie on scenic Lake Menomin.
The American Red Cross provides emergency services, disaster relief and education, military family communications/assistance, and various safety trainings.
The Dunn County Partnership for Youth connects agencies, schools, communities, and individuals to create an environment that promotes healthy lifestyle choices, while upholding community responsibility and dedication to youth.
Provide programs and services that build on family strengths through prevention, education, support and networking in collaboration with other community resources.
The Girl Scout program builds girls of courage, confidence and character, that ultimately make the world a better place.
Greater Menomonie Area Chamber of Commerce and Tourist Center: “Menomonie, Wisconsin voted #15 among the top 20 Best Small Towns in America”
Stepping Stones seeks to foster a community that prevents hunger, homelessness and isolation through its three programs.
The Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) Nutritional Program provides Federal grants to States for supplemental foods, health care referrals, and nutrition education for low-income women, infants, and children who are at nutritional risk.