Nestled in the panoramic view of bluffs, valleys and rivers, La Crosse, Wisconsin is truly one of the most picturesque places to visit, live or have a business. The LaCrosse area is also known as “God’s Country”.
With easy access to I-90, a regional airport, MTU buses, taxis, plenty to see and do, make La Crosse, Wisconsin your destination. LaCrosse Wisconsin is a great place to visit and even better place to live and do business.
The centerpiece of La Crosse WI is our historic downtown district otherwise known as Historic Downtown La Crosse. 110 buildings ranging from the 1860’s to today make up this bustling historic district where there is always plenty of activity. La Crosse, Wisconsin is a shopper’s paradise with plenty of unique and specialty shops from Old Towne North on La Crosse’s Northside to Shelby Mall on La Crosse WI’s Southside with many stops in between, including the Village shopping center, Jackson Plaza, Historic Downtown La Crosse WI, Bridgeview Plaza, The Three Rivers Plaza, and Valley View Mall. Of course once you are finished shopping in La Crosse WI you will be ready for dinner at one of our award winning restaurants, or a quick bite at one of the many chains serving our area. From pubs and grills, good old fashioned bar food to sit down restaurants and fast food, La Crosse WI has your answer to feed your inner foodie. Culture is next for your palate as you will find world class entertainment at the La Crosse Center or enjoy local theater with our award winning LaCrosse Community Theater. We have a Symphony Orchestra along with many venues for live music, and poetry readings. Learn more about our area with a visit to one of our museums, including a truly unique and fun children’s museum.
La Crosse WI is also a paradise for outdoor enthusiasts with such activities offered as fishing, boating, canoeing, kayaking, hiking, biking, snowboarding, downhill and cross country skiing, disc golf, golfing, walking, outdoor tennis, swimming and tours. You can’t forget about the many campgrounds close by as well.
In the La Crosse Wisconsin Area there are plenty of Festivals; including La Crosse’s own Riverfest, Oktoberfest, Weinerfest, Mardi Gras, Winter Recfest, the LaCrosse WI Marathon, and many more local festivals.
In La Crosse Wisconsin education is important to us. We have 2 Universities and a Technical College. We also have a high rate of graduation with 88% of our high school seniors graduating. Academically students in La Crosse WI score higher nationally on SAT’s.
Home to 3 public libraries, we have many family friendly neighborhoods, promoting safe neighborhood schools and the median cost for buying a house in La Crosse, Wisconsin is an affordable $126,000. If homeownership isn’t in the cards, the average cost for rent in LaCrosse WI is $553 with plenty of apartments, lofts, and condos available.
Health care in La Crosse Wisconsin is covered with our two regional medical centers, Gundersen Lutheran, and Franciscan Skemp. Along with these first rate medical centers you will find plenty of dentists, chiropractors and a world class allergy clinic in town to keep you healthy while in the area.
Businesses describe La Crosse, WI as progressive and diverse, making many best of lists from national publications; including being named the 15th best city for doing business in America, (Inc. 2005) and the 16th smartest place to live in America, (Kiplingers Personal Finance 2006), in 2009 US News ranked La Crosse Wisconsin as the 6th best place to live in the country, other awards include the best Wisconsin Small Metro area for jobs creation, the 20th most secure place to live in the United States among small towns.
La Crosse, Wisconsin workers have a strong work ethic, making relocating your business to LaCrosse WI a great idea where you will receive plenty of support.
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