Looking for more family fun during your visit to Warrens? Here are some suggestions! Be sure to check other listings on our website for even more ideas.

Discover Cranberries
204 Main Street, Warrens, WI 54666; (608) 378-4878; director@discovercranberries.com
Discover Cranberries is the place to learn all about Wisconsin’s No. 1 fruit crop. Housed in a historic cranberry warehouse in downtown Warrens, our museum features exhibits and interactive displays, including a cranberry corralling game where you can test your skill. After your tour, treat yourself to a scoop or two of our artisan-made cranberry ice cream or have a bite to eat in our Cranberry Country Cafe. Our gift shop offers a diverse selection of Wisconsin-made cranberry food products and gift items for the perfect souvenir of your visit to the Cranberry Capital of Wisconsin. If you’ve visited us before, we invite you to come back to see our brand new exhibits. Watch our video for a sneak peek! See our website and Facebook page for current hours and additional information.

Indoor/Outdoor Waterpark at Three Bears Resort
701 Yogi Circle, Warrens, WI 45666; (608) 378-2500; info@threebearsresort.com
The 60,000 square foot indoor and outdoor waterpark at Three Bears Resort features four water slides, wave pool, kiddie play area, indoor/outdoor hot tub, lazy river and much more. The indoor waterpark is open year-round with hours varying by season. The outdoor waterpark is open during the summer months only. Admission to the waterpark is open to all, regardless of whether you are a staying at the resort. While you’re there, check out the Laser Maze Challenge, Bear Trax mini golf, Black Bear Redemption Arcade and the family activities in the Bear Club. See our website for more information.

DnA Vintners
1223 Caledonia Street, La Crosse, WI 54601; (608) 498-0582; diana@dnavintners.com
Visit our tasting room in La Crosse to sample our award-winning cranberry wines and have your photo taken with our fun 3D paintings. Since our beginning in 2006, all of our cranberry wines have been made from cranberries grown on local marshes. We currently offer nine kinds of cranberry and cranberry wine blends, along with wine slushies. From April through September, our hours are noon to 5 p.m., Friday through Sunday. From October through December, we are open noon to 5 p.m., Saturdays and Sundays. For group tours at other times, call ahead to see if we can accommodate you. In Warrens, you’ll find our wine for sale at The Berry Vine, The Warrens Mall and Discover Cranberries. It is also served at the Three Bears Resort’s CranBrew Pub. See our website for a complete list of locations featuring our cranberry ~ and new rhubarb, pear and currant ~ wines. For news on wine tastings around the area, check our Facebook page.

Millston Area Museum
W6665 Berry Street, Millston, WI 54643; millstonmuseum@outlook.com
Mailing address: W2679 County Hwy HH, Warrens, WI 54666
Housed in the Millston Community Center, the mission of the Millston Area Museum is to share the rich history of its community and residents. Along with the Village of Millston, the museum is collecting history on the Townships of Millston, Knapp and Bear Bluff. Operated by volunteers, the museum is open three days a month and certain holidays, including the Fourth of July, Memorial Day, Millston Fun Days and Labor Day. The museum is also open by appointment. To volunteer or set an appointment, email millstonmuseum@outlook.com. See the museum’s website or Facebook page for hours and other news.

Also see our Local Organizations page for information on these outdoor-related groups:

Road Runners ATV/UTV Club of Monroe County

Tomah-Warrens Sportsman’s Alliance

Warrens Area Youth Association

Warrens Softball Association

Warrens Trail Twisters Snowmobile Club

Warrens Women’s Volleyball League

Warrens Yak Club