Local Museums and Resources
CHIPPEWA VALLEY MUSEUM
Exhibits of Chippewa Valley history, logging, Native Americans, wildlife….a Norwegian log cabin, old fashioned ice cream parlor, and one-room school house.
CHIPPEWA FALLS I. T. MUSEUM
A little-know museum in downtown Chippewa Falls. Check out their website: http://www.cfmit.org/index.html
BEAVER CREEK RESERVE
A nature center, butterfly house, observatory, youth camp, nature store, citizen science center, field research station, and charter science research school. Provides programs, activities, and experiences to help people of all ages explore and discover the magic and mysteries of the natural world.
Is located five miles north of Fall Creek, Wisconsin, on County Hwy. K (12 miles east of Eau Claire).
Encompasses 360 acres of diverse habitat including upland woods, river bottom forests, wetlands, and savannah areas. BCR is bordered by the Eau Claire River, and two small trout streams run though the property.
Is home to a multitude of birds, wildlife and native flowers in a diversity of habitats.
Offers miles of hiking and ski trails for year-round opportunities to explore and enjoy our local natural beauty.
- Contact: Beaver Creek, in Fall Creek, WI : 877-2212 or http://www.beavercreekreserve.org
Displays about the history of logging in the Chippewa Valley. http://www.paulbunyancamp.org