La Crosse

La Crosse is a city in Southwest Wisconsin located on the Mississippi River and is the county seat of La Crosse County. It's nestled between the river and picturesque bluffs that rise behind it. With a city population of around 50,000 and the metropolitan area just under 100,000, La Crosse offers visitors plenty of activities to do and sights to see, without the overwhelming hustle and bustle of bigger cities.

Get in

By plane

By train

By bus

Two Greyhound Bus stations are located in La Crosse. One is connected to the Amtrak Station on the city's North Side, and the other is located near the University of La Crosse on the south side. La Crosse has Jefferson Lines and is on Jay Street.

Get around

By bus

See

View from Grandad's Bluff

King House

Do

Learn

Buy

Eat

Drink

Sleep

Stay safe

Downtown La Crosse is relatively safe at night for a college town. The downtown area has several bars which cater to college age customers. As with any area populated by bars, you may encounter intoxicated and/or obnoxious individuals. Generally, you can negotiate this area without any significant problems. If you are looking to avoid the younger crowd, it is recommended that you avoid the downtown area after 10PM.

Go next

Routes through La Crosse

St. Paul Winona  W  E  Tomah Milwaukee
Albert Lea Rochester  W  E  Sparta Madison
Rochester Winona  W  E  Richland Center Madison
Eau Claire Osseo  N  S  END
St. Paul Winona  N  S  Soldiers Grove Dubuque
END  W  E  Baraboo Portage
Hudson Pepin  N  S  Prairie du Chien Ends at W E


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