The Visit Warrens website features members of the Warrens Area Business Association. For information on other things to do or see in our area, visit the Black River Area Chamber of Commerce in Black River Falls, the Tomah Convention & Visitors Bureau in Tomah, or the Discover Cranberries museum in downtown Warrens.

For questions pertaining to the Warrens Cranberry Festival, your best source of information is the Festival office.

Are you a new Warrens resident? Click here to download a copy of our Welcome to Warrens brochure!

Black River Area Chamber of Commerce
120 N. Water Street, Black River Falls, WI 54615; (715) 284-4658 or (800) 404-4008;
Just 2 hours from the Twin Cities and Madison, Black River Country brings the Northwoods closer to home. Ride some of the best ATV trails in the Midwest. Mountain bike the Black River State Forest’s outstanding designated mountain biking trails. Go fishing for crappie, walleye, northern pike and smallmouth bass on the Black River and in Lake Arbutus. Go scuba diving at Wazee Lake, Wisconsin’s deepest lake. Explore Black River Country’s many unique shops and antiques dealers. Start planning your getaway today!

Tomah Convention & Visitors Bureau
310 N. Superior Avenue, P.O. Box 625, Tomah, WI 54660; (608) 372-2166 or (833) 94-TOMAH or (608) 372-2166;
Visit the Tomah-Warrens area and discover the businesses, attractions and most importantly, the people, who make our area such a special Wisconsin destination. You’ll find our Tomah Area Visitor Guide and much more information available to download from our website. Be sure to also become a fan of our Facebook page.

Discover Cranberries
204 Main Street, P.O. Box 126, Warrens, WI 54666; (608) 378-4878;
Housed in a historic cranberry warehouse in downtown Warrens, Discover Cranberries is where you’ll want to go to learn all about Wisconsin’s No. 1 fruit crop. Discover Cranberries also serves as the unofficial visitor center for Warrens. See their website for hours and special events.

Emergency Services
If you experience a police, fire or medical emergency, dial 911 for assistance.