The tourism attractions around the Cashton area represent what the lifestyle is all about. Quaint Bed & Breakfasts, Amish Tours, Rural getaways and a wide variety of cheese and farm products.
The home was built by the Cremer Family from Cashton, WI IN 1898. The Cremer family sold the home to the Catholic diocese where it was used as a Catholic Rectory for many years. History has it that there were over 18 different priests that resided in this home over the years. Many prayers and hours of solitude were spent in the rooms of this old home.
Country Pleasures Bed & Breakfast
S 1075 Weister Creek Road
Cashton, WI 54656
Located outside of Cashton, is a five bedroom, four bathroom Amish homestead. Nestled in the middle of Wisconsin's Amish country, you may watch the sunrise from our great room or snuggle in with a good book in our comfortable living room. Enjoy quiet nights with the sounds of nature all around you.
Located in the heart of the Amish community in Southwestern Wisconsin. We accept fresh can milk from 230 Amish milk producers who live around Cashton, Hillsboro, Tomah, Wilton, Sylvan, Readstown, Liberty Pole, and Chaseburg.
Not only do we make Wisconsin cheese but we also have a factory outlet store where you can buy fresh Wisconsin cheese and cheese gift baskets, as well as a gift shop offering Wisconsin Amish crafts, jams, candy, andmaple syrup. Yes! We are happy to prepare gift boxes of Wisconsin cheese for Corporate events and gifts!
Percheron Paradise Romantic Hideaway
12833 County Highway XX
Norwalk, WI 54648
We have built 4 very unique chalets and a bungalow which are remotely scattered in the hills of our private and secluded 200 acres. Each exquisite in design and decor. Designed for couples in a very romantic setting
Open year round to enjoy each season. From the blooming of springtime, to the full foliage of summer, to the scenic beauty of the fall colors, to the snow glistening like diamonds on the hillsides in winter. It has breathtaking views.
A place to relax, reunite and rejuvenate! Far from the madding crowd! We're nestled in the hills of the coulee region in western Wisconsin. Truly God's country, our little piece of heaven on Earth.
We will take you back in time to a quieter, simpler way of life. Located in southwest Wisconsin's driftless region, we have established a special friendship with many of the Old Order Amish families that surround the Cashton area. Our Gift shops reflect that friendship as we work with approximately 45 Amish families that bring their products to sell in the gift shops built on our farm by the Amish. You will find a wide variety of Amish made furniture, quilts, rugs, baskets, home made candies, jams and jellies, maple syrup, honey products and so much more!
The Growers Produce Auction is a wholesale produce auction supplied with fresh fruits and vegetables, flowers, and nursery stock by local growers. The auction is a great market for wholesale buyers such as roadside stands, grocery stores, and restaurants. Small lot are also sold for anyone interested in household consumption or canning.
Our cheese factory produces some of the finest specialty Wisconsin cheese you'll ever find! You can shop in our store in Cashton or order on-line.
We feature natural cow and goat’s milk cheese made with milk from small local Amish dairies. Cows and goats are kept on pasture, milked by hand and are never treated with artificial hormones or stimulants. The average heard size is just 12 cows. We’re making great quality natural cheeses using old world traditions.
Why bikes and Deke Slayton? Sparta Wisconsin is the Bicycling Capital of America with the first Rails to Trails Program in the country in which old railroad tracks are converted into bike trails.
Deke Slayton is a Sparta native, and one of America’s first astronauts. The community wanted to celebrate both of these traditions, and the Deke Slayton Memorial Space and Bicycle Museum was born!
With three rock tunnels and five small towns along it's 32.5 mile route, the trail is a favorite Wisconsin bicycling destination. Traveling between Sparta and Elroy, the trail stretches through the communities of Norwalk, Wilton and Kendall.
The trail is located on the abandoned Chicago & North Western Railroad bed and passes through three rock tunnels. The three century-old railroad tunnels hightlight the trail. The Kendall and Wilton tunnels are 1/4 mile long and the Norwalk tunnel is just over 3/4 mile long.
The Olde Newry Store was built in the 1800's and was used as a general store/grocery store for many years. It was also used for other purposes over the years, and most recently as an antique store.
The main level of the store is filled with gorgeous giftware. The second story houses "Picks of the Past" which is antiques, mantiques, vintage and repurposed items.