Fun in Dunn
Myron Park is located on the Red Cedar River, 3 miles north of Sand Creek, Wisconsin on County Rd I or 9 miles south of Chetek on County Rd I. Myron Park is 35 miles north of Eau Claire 53N to 64W, 70 miles from Stillwater on 64E or 126 miles south of Superior 53S to 64W. Learn More About Camping in Dunn County!
When you are looking for lodging, whether you plan to stay one night or a week, Menomonie motels and hotels offer variety. You’ll find family poolside fun, discounted rates for frequent travelers, special occasion amenities or honeymoon suites. Learn More About Lodging in Dunn County!
Historical Sites & Museums
Though originally home to Santee Dakota and Ojibwe native people, jurisdiction over the land that comprises Dunn County has been claimed by Spain, France, England and the United States. As smaller territories were formed from the Northwest Territory of the United States (Northwest Ordinance, 1787), that same land was a part of the Indiana Territory (1800-1805), the Michigan Territory (1805-1809), the Illinois Territory (1809-1836) and finally the Wisconsin Territory. Learn More About the History of Dunn County!
Mabel Tainter Center for the Arts
The Mabel Tainter Center for the Arts is a tax-exempt non-profit organization that strives to strengthen and connect our community by engaging people in the arts. The Mabel Tainter Center for the Arts offers a full performing arts season, outreach programming, and an annual Fine Arts and Crafts Fair. The nonprofit Mabel Tainter Center for the Arts owns and operates the historic facility formerly known as the Mabel Tainter Memorial Theater. Learn More About the The Mabel Tainter Center for the Arts!
Red Cedar Trail
This 14.5-mile rail trail shadows the steep walls of the Red Cedar Valley from Menomonie to its connection with the Chippewa River State Trail. Along its route, the trail passes through the communities of Irvington and Downsville and the Dunnville State Wildlife Area. The trail passes by prairies, marshland bottoms, forests and farmlands, including sandstone bluffs and other unique rock formations. In the Dunnville Wildlife Area, the Red Cedar trail connects to the Chippewa River State Trail. Learn More About the Red Cedar Trail!
Travel Wisconsin: Dunn County
Wisconsin is a place you know you’re always welcome. Where locals share hidden gems. Festivals happen at the drop of a hat. And generations of families make memories. Let us share the real Wisconsin with you – because when you’re having fun we’re having fun. Learn More About Dunn County Here!