- TripBuzz discovered 50 different types of activities for couples in the Alma area, including Parks (like Rieck's Lake Park), Winery/Vineyard (like Danzinger Vineyards), Arts Centers (like Wings Over Alma Nature & Art Center) and Specialty Museums (like Castle Rock Museum), and much more.
- We discovered a total of 29 date ideas in or near Alma, Wisconsin, including 21 fun or romantic activities in nearby cities within 25 miles like Winona, Lake City, Wabasha and Pepin.
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93% 54 votes
S2015 Grapeview Lane, Alma, WI 54610 MoreLess Info
This is a seasonal winery where the tasting room is only open certain times during the year. The patio provides views of the vineyards and Mississippi; groups of 10 or more need to make advanced reservations.
100% 10 votes
118 N Main Street, Alma, WI MoreLess Info
Visitors can view a variety of waterfowl and songbirds along with the works of local and national artists at Wings Over Alma Nature & Art Center. There are hundreds of bald eagles in the area with active nests.
57% 7 votes
Alma, WI MoreLess Info
Located near the Mississippi River, Rieck's Lake Park features playground equipment and bathroom facilities for visitors to use. The location, which is often visited by fishermen, also offers an affordable camping opportunity.
100% 1 votes
125 Beach Harbor Road, Alma, WI 54610 MoreLess Info
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.
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1662 S Hy 55, Alma, WI 54610 MoreLess Info
Visitors can reserve shelters in advance at the various parks of Alma City Park Shelter. The shelter has a picnic area, kitchen, and restrooms. The shelter is situated next to a beach, tennis court, and basketball courts.
100% 84 votes
402 South Second Street, Alma, WI 54610 MoreLess Info
Castle Rock Museum showcases a variety of armor from various periods of European History. The museum features authentic armor spanning from the time periods of Ancient Greece to modern history.
100% 19 votes
Alma, WI MoreLess Info
A viewing platform provides spectators a view of the dam and working locks as boats and barges pass through. The pedestrian bridge takes you over the train tracks providing a topside view of trains as they pass under foot.
50% 2 votes
S2221 Hwy 35, Alma, WI 54601 MoreLess Info
The Great River Harbor is a campground and marina offering a number of services to its guests. Amenities at the harbor include pontoon boat rentals, showers and restrooms, a nature trail, and many others to enjoy.
97% 482 votes
Wabasha, MN MoreLess Info
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.
96% 505 votes
50 Pembroke Avenue, Wabasha, MN 55981 MoreLess Info
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.