- The list below includes 24 free or cheap things to do in or near Alma, Wisconsin, including 46 different types of inexpensive activities like Parks, Arts Centers, Specialty Museums and Camping Site.
- From Rieck's Lake Park to Alma City Park Shelter, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Alma and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Winona, Lake City, Wabasha and Pepin.
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86% 59 votes
150 Liberty Street, Winona, MN 55987 MoreLess Info
The Watkins Museum & Store offers its visitors the occasion of learning about the history of this company, including in here its involvement in the aiding of the soldiers at the turn of the century. The store sells spices, oils, home remedies, and lots of other things.
100% 1 votes
Garvin Hts Road, Winona, MN 55987 MoreLess Info
With panoramic views of Winona's landscape and surrounding hills, Garvin Heights Park is filled with trails for visitors to hike. The trails are lined with historical plaques that provide information about the area.
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Lake Park Drive, Winona, MN 55987 MoreLess Info
C A Rohrer Rose Garden has over 200 roses of about 35 varieties spreading in raised beds from a gazebo in the center. The park is situated on the edge of Lake Winona with picturesque Sugar Loaf in the background.
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670 E Front Street, Winona, MN 55987 MoreLess Info
During the winter, Bud King Ice Arena is open to the public for outdoor, recreational skating when weather permits. A local youth hockey association hosts its games at this arena.
100% 1 votes
Westgate Shopping Ctr, Winona, MN 55987 MoreLess Info
Featuring cosmic bowling, Westgate Bowl has glow in the dark pins as well as a surround sound and neon lights. The bowling alley offers party packages that include two games of bowling and food from its restaurant.
90% 21 votes
Perrot State Park, Trempealeau, WI MoreLess Info
Rising 460 feet above the Mississippi River, the sandstone Brady's Bluff Prairie is covered with over 100 species of native Wisconsin plants. The bluff is popular with olive hairstreak butterflies, striped hairstreak butterflies, columbine dusky-wing butterflies, and snaggletooth land snails.
92% 86 votes
P.O. Box 407, Trempealeau, WI 54661 MoreLess Info
Perrot State Park is a 500-foot bluff above the Mississippi River. The park is particularly popular with migratory birds like ducks and Canadian geese. This goat prairie is one of the few located within a state park.
100% 27 votes
24813 County Rd. 7, Winona, MN MoreLess Info
Built between 1856 and 1858, the Pickwick Mill was originally designed as a sawmill, but converted a few years later to a grist mill. The mill is now a historic site.
50% 2 votes
4109 E. River Road N.E., Rochester, MN 55904 MoreLess Info
A beachside park, Foster Arends Park offers access to the beach and lake as well as a playground with a variety of equipment, a volleyball court, and a shelter with showers.
97% 110 votes
701 Silver Creek Road NE, Rochester, MN 55906 MoreLess Info
The Quarry Hill Nature Center is a nature center housed within the 320 acre Quarry Hill Park. The center offers nature trails, a pond, and a man-made sandstone cave. The park is also a suitable location for bird watching.