About Wisconsin RapidsWisconsin Rapids, on the Wisconsin River, is in the center of the world's largest inland cranberry-producing area. Cranberry harvests take place from late September through October. Glacial Lake Cranberries offers guided tours of a cranberry marsh Monday through Saturday during harvest season; phone (715) 887-2095 for tour reservations.
Wisconsin Rapids Municipal Zoo , 1911 Gaynor Ave., is open from Memorial Day-Labor Day; a petting zoo, playground and picnic facilities are available. Visitors can learn about area history Tuesday through Thursday and Sunday afternoons Memorial Day through Labor Day at South Wood County Historical Society Museum, 540 3rd St. S.; phone (715) 423-1580.
Visitor Centers Wisconsin Rapids Area Convention & Visitors Bureau 131 2nd St. N. Wisconsin Rapids, WI 54494. Phone:(715)422-4650 or (800)554-4484
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