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Come see the beauty of the Midwest

Winona has long been known as one of the best places to bike in the Midwest. With an incredible mix of terrain, from quiet country roads to punishing climbs up the bluffs, Winona and the surrounding areas deliver spectacular cycling for the young and old, and the recreational and competitive.

That incredible mix of terrain also makes Winona a mecca for other outdoor enthusiasts, from fishing to camping to paddling and everything in between. Beyond athletics, Winona has established itself as one of the Midwest’s leading arts community. There are a variety of live theater opportunities that take place, including the Great River Shakespeare Festival, running from June through July each year. The Minnesota Marine Art Museum opened its doors on the banks of the Mississippi and features one of the premier collections of its kind. Winona is also known as the “Stained Glass Capital of the World” and you’ll quickly discover why when you explore the historic downtown of Winona.

And that’s just the beginning! For more information on Winona, please check out And also be sure to thank our event sponsors when you see them around town!


A special thanks to our 2016 lodging partners:

Windom Park Bed & Breakfast

Carriage House Bed & Breakfast

Saint Mary’s University Campus Apartments
Contact Terrie Lueck at: 507-457-6921 or 1-800-635-5987 ext. 6921 or by e-mailing

The Plaza Hotel & Suites

Holiday Inn Express

Riverport Inn and Express

Days Inn

The Sterling Motel

The Sundown Motel

Sugar Loaf Motel

The Alexandar Mansion Bed and Breakfastl

Village House Inn

Heavens Valley Lodge

Fountain City Motel

The Historic Trempealeau Hotel

*Camping sites are also available in Winona. Rochester, MN and La Crosse, WI are two big cities nearby if you’re coming from the West or South as well.

Things To Do

Pointour Historical Walking Tours
Discover the heart of Winona on a casual and informative (and not at all boring) walk with a knowledgeable and entertaining guide. Learn little-known stories and see over twenty-five beautiful and historic structures. Think you hate history? Think again.

To book a tour, call 507-459-2938 or book online at Please contact Bailey at with any questions.