Come explore and experience the Midwest seasons in Richland Center. Whether you are seeking a serene relaxing getaway or jaw dropping excitement, Richland Center offers visitors a variety of opportunities for four seasons of fun.
The Downtown Historic District is home to more than two dozen outstanding buildings constructed as early as 1850. The Visitor Center has historical walking tour brochures available. While touring downtown be sure to visit one of our unique shops or antique stores and grab a bite to eat at one of the local cafés or restaurants.
Outdoor enthusiasts will not be disappointed. Bring your bike, take a hike, grab your fishing pole or paddle the Pine River for a relaxing day outdoors. Some of our great outdoor activities include: The Pine River Recreation Trail, trout fishing in 267 miles of Class I and Class II Trout Streams, canoeing or kayaking, birding/photography, and snowmobiling.
Richland Center hosts many different music and art festivals as well as power-sport events throughout the year. Saddle up for some rodeo fun or find a seat in the grandstand to watch tractor and truck pulls, drag races or freestyle moto-cross jumping. This year marks the 150th celebration for the Richland County Fair. Be prepared to take a step back in time as you visit ‘Pioneer Village’ this September.
397 West Seminary Street