Wisconsin camping is something special! The Village of Trempealeau is located at the center of a great place for camping in WI. Perrot State Park offers a wide array of Wisconsin camping and sightseeing opportunities. The 1,270 acre park offers 102 campsites, 38 of which are equipped with electricity. Showers, toilets, and a dump station for RVs and campers are provided.
Sightseeing enthusiasts should be sure to check out Brady’s Bluff. The view of the majestic Mississippi River valley is a sight to behold! The sedimentary rock structure of the bluff provides sightseeing trip participants with a peek into the region’s natural history, evident in the sandstone, limestone, and shale outcroppings that characterize the Mississippi River valley.
Both spring and autumn bring the migration of the Trempealeau area’s migratory bird populations. Sightseeing trips during these times of the year will be brought alive with the migration of the many migratory species that spend their summers in the area. The Trempealeau National Wildlife Refuge offers a great opportunity for birdwatchers and those interested in general sightseeing.