Americas Best Value Inn La Crosse

2622 Rose Street, La Crosse, Wisconsin, 54603, United States
Americas Best Value Inn La Crosse
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Excellent
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Very Good
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7
Average
11%
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Poor
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  • Families50
  • Couples66
  • Solo50
  • Business71

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Travel Tips for La Crosse

If visiting LaCrosse an...

by Summer69

If visiting LaCrosse an excelent place to visit is Riverside Park on a sunny afternoon. The Mississippi River is one attraction of the park itself! My fondest memory of LaCrosse is the seasonal changes. The fall is beautiful with the colors of leaves; winter is white and decorative; summer is time to hit the pool; spring is blooming and chirping.

Grandad bluff

by minkota

City park located by following Main Street east which becomes Bliss Road as you ascend the bluff. At the top, the entrance is found by turning right on Grandad Bluff Road. The 600-ft high bluff overlooks the city of La Crosse. The view of the Mississippi River Valley includes the three states of Wisconsin, Minnesota and Iowa. Wisconsin Trails readers voted this "the most scenic view in the state". Features a shelter house, coin-operated binoculars, picnic areas and is the site of the annual Skyrocker`s New Year`s Eve Fireworks Show.

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by Summer69

"Welcome to the Greater La Crosse Area! You're going
to love it here!"

This appreciation for the Greater La Crosse Area has been present from the days of our earliest inhabitants. The giant glaciers of the Ice Age retreated north and miraculously left the Greater La Crosse Area virtually untouched. Early hunters in search of the giant mammoth were attracted to the area by the three rivers that came together here. The Mississippi, the La Crosse, and the Black Rivers later became a gathering place for Native Americans, who learned to use the vast natural resources of the lush prairies near the rivers. The rivers provided them with trade routes throughout the center of the continent.

Later, European settlers made their way through the mountainous limestone formations and the narrow valleys (called "Coulees" by the French) until they reached the edge of the 500 foot bluffs overlooking the Mississippi River Valley. There, they observed a group of Winnebago Indians on the prairie below,
playing a game similar to the French game of lacrosse. Soon, "Prairie La Crosse" became a major trading post, as commodities, freight, and more settlers arrived in the area. Lumber, limestone, and farm products built the local economy.

And, today, people still travel the Mississippi River Valley to the Greater La Crosse Area to enjoy the scenic beauty of the autumn season, the festivals of summer, and the recreation and natural beauty of the spring and winter.

Those who settle in the Greater La Crosse Area share a common commitment to make each and every segment of our lifestyle even greater.

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Address: 2622 Rose Street, La Crosse, Wisconsin, 54603, United States