Whether you are looking to go fishing and camping, experience our breathtaking natural beauty or discover our past, you will find your perfect adventure in Waukon.
We can provide you with all the best things to see and do in Waukon - with visitor information, trip ideas, maps, travel guides and more.
Here are a sampling of things to see and do:
*Old Courthouse Museum
*Waukon City Park (Disc Golf & Playground Equipment)/Family Aquatic Center
*Golf Courses: Waukon Country Club & Green Valley Golf Course
*Waukon Bowling & Sports Center
*Waukon Wellness Center
*Wine Tasting - Waukon Greenhouse (First Friday of Every Month 4:30pm-6:30pm)
*Over 50 Historical Markers
Please visit this link for a full listing of lodging facilities, dining establishments, specialty shops and more.
Or click here for a free Allamakee County brochure.
Civil War Historical Reenactment: June 13-15, 2014 at the Waukon City Park!
Our mission is to bring a family-friendly event to Allamakee County, while also incorporating Allamakee County's Contribution to the Civil War into the event.
The "Thunder in the Park" FREE family event will kick off on Friday night, June 13, and go through Sunday afternoon. Vendors will be in attendance at the Waukon City Park for you to purchase food, snacks and drinks as well as different merchandise related to the Civil War era. Volunteers will be wearing nametags and fluorescent colored vests if you need information, directions or assistance at this FREE family friendly event! Call to sign up to be a volunteer today!
Free Will Donation!
Check out some of the many entertaining and interesting events that will be happening at this event!
-An Evening with President Grant (Friday evening at Main Feature Theatre & Pizza Pub)
-Civil War Rededication (Friday evening at the Allamakee County Courthouse)
-President Lincoln Portrayed by Lance Mack
-Demonstrations of Military Camp Life
-Participatory Period Infantry Drills
-Period Fashion Show
-Faire Wynds Traveling Medicine Show
-Two Battle Reenactments (Saturday and Sunday)
-Saturday Night Dance: Reels and Waltzes with a Grand March
-Cannon Firings, including a Night Firing on Saturday Night
-Songs and Stories of the Civil War by Bob Welch
-Period Children's Games
-Sunday Community Breakfast, 7:00am-9:00am (open to the public)
(Events subject to change; battle reenactments subject to weather conditions).