Dedicated in 1970 by the Dunn County Historical Society, the Caroline Woodhouse house was moved to the park from a nearby farm. Picnic area, fresh water, and restrooms. Open days spring through fall. Three miles south of Downsville on Highway 25. website
phone: 715-232-8685 map
Commercial Spaces for Lease. The historic Creamery building, next door to Simply Dunn, was renowned as a premier lodge and restaurant. The Creamery property affords a wide variety of development possibilities. This outstanding heritage property is available for a new prospective owner/operator. www.creameryinn.com
phone: 715-664-8368 map
This salon offers a full range of professional hair coloring services and spa treatments, including manicures, pedicures, and more. Services by appointment, to schedule please call or email. Next door to the Knapp, Stout, & Company Coffee House. companyhairparlor.com
Downsville Boat Landing
A great place for fishing or a nice stop for lunch when canoeing or kayaking from Menomonie. Picnic table and shade awning, just a short walk from downtown Downsville.
Built in 1908, the Downsville Community Museum was originally known as Oddfellows Hall. Previously called the Empire Pine in Pine Lumber Museum, the building was purchased from Dunn County in 2015 by the Town of Dunn. Check their facebook page for updates and seasonal hours. www.downsvillecommunitymuseum.com
This family owned restaurant, coffee house, and bakery is located in the original Knapp, Stout, & Company General Store. Homemade cookies, cupcakes, scones, pies and more. Weekly bread and cinnamon rolls by Richard Thomas of Barking Dog Bakery. Coffee beans roasted by Highland Hollow Coffee and Tea Company. kscoffeehousedownsville.com
phone: 715-664-8155 map
Great for hiking, biking, skiing, and snow shoeing. This 14.5-mile rail trail connects Menomonie to the Chippewa River State Trail. The trail passes through Irvington and Downsville and the Dunnville State Wildlife Area. Ride by beautiful prairies, forests, farmlands, and sandstone bluffs. website
Under new ownership by John and Amy Stalter this is a comfortable place to relax and enjoy great food. The family friendly bar and restaurant offers a sirloin for two special. The historic building was built by the Knapp, Stout, & Company as a boarding house for mill workers. Open 7 days a week. www.thetimberinn.com
West Wisconsin Telcom Park
Located in downtown Downsville, this is a great place to stop for a picnic or to enjoy the garden in the summer. Right next door to the Company Hair Parlor and the Knapp, Stout, & Co. Store & Coffeehouse.