- TripBuzz found 17 things to do with kids in or near Wabasha, Minnesota, including 14 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Alma, Lake City and Pepin.
- From Eagle Watch Observatory to National Eagle Center, the Wabasha area offers 51 different types of family activities, including: Nature & Wildlife Areas, Golf, Parks and Bowling.
- The setting for the movie, 'Grumpy Old Men', Wabasha is a small town nestled on the Mississippi River. An older community, it has many national landmarks including the oldest church building in Minnesota. In the summer months, the town also hosts a number of outdoor festivals such as the Grumpy Old Men Festival as well as Septoberfest.
Eagle Watch Observatory gives visitors a chance to watch eagles up close. There are classrooms where trainers present everything there is to know about eagles. Visitors, especially children are encouraged to have their photo taken with the eagles.
National Eagle Center is an interpretive center which is home to rescued eagles, four of them are bald eagles and one is a golden eagle. They aim to promote awareness of the biology, ecology and natural history of these eagles through exhibits, and live eagle programs.
The 18-hole, par 72 Coffee Mill Golf Course is known for its rolling terrain and bluff country views. Along with the course, the facility has a grass driving range, a pro shop and the Bluff View Grille restaurant.
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Offering an array of houseboats for rent, Great River Houseboats at Alma Marina lets visitors stay right on the river itself. Boats available for rent range from a pontoon all the way up to an 11-sleeper houseboat.
This seasonal Mississippi River fishing float excursion provides boat transportation to and from the float, benches, restrooms, minnow buckets, landing nets, and expert information. There are three bunk rooms on the float for night fishing trips. Food is available at the Float Cafe.
At the Laura Ingles Wilder Museum, visitors can see items like those used by Laura and her family in a home that was built to resemble the one they would have lived in. The museum's site is the location of the Little House in the Big Woods.