The interesting history of Spring Valley, along with the residents' perserverence to survive, is marvelled at by all.
The construction of the Eau Galle River Dam, located on the north end of Spring Valley, Wisconsin, brought an end to the destructive floods that ravaged the village since its beginning. Now, one of the world's largest earthen dams protects the town and provides a haven for its residents and tourists alike to enjoy the beauty of nature.
While you're here you can relax on a sandy beach, tour a cave or cheese factory, play a great round of golf, fish on the river or lake, see the historic sites, and enjoy nature trails on foot, bike, or horseback.
Located only one hour from the Minneapolis and Eau Claire airports, just six miles south of Interstate 94 on Highway 29, Spring Valley is a unique place to visit or a relaxing place to call home.
We'll see you here soon!
Recent and upcoming events:
View of the Valley Photo Contest
TEAM Oil Travel Center hosted a photo contest to promote our beautiful town. The winner of the contest is Angeleen Johnson whose picture is featured below. Thanks for all the submissions and we hope to see more photos next time around!
Take a video tour of Spring Valley:
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