Juneau Wisconsin Restaurants and Things to Do
We’re happy to direct you to Juneau Wisconsin Restaurants and Things to Do. Although Shane Acres is in the middle of nowhere, it’s surrounded by everything! There’s so much to do, from relaxing poolside with a good book, experiencing the Sandhill Cranes and geese, or exploring nearby trails and outdoor beauty.
Whether you want to dine in style or eat on the run, there’s a Dodge County dining establishment to serve you, including an historic inn, rated one of Wisconsin’s ten best by the Milwaukee Journal/Sentinel’s food critic, family restaurants featuring fresh Dodge County ingredients and home cooking “better than Grandma’s”, fast food outlets, old-fashioned drive-ins and authentic ethnic restaurants.
Juneau Wisconsin Restaurants
Rollin Stone Pizza Pub
Village Garden LLC
Trails, Hiking, Camping and Nature
Nearly adjacent to the Wild Goose State Trail, Shane Acres Country Inn is known for its outdoor beauty. Great for hikers, bicyclists, horseback riders, leashed pets, cross-country skiiers, snowshoeing, snowmobiles and ATV/UTV riders (Dec. 1-March31).
Not far are Kettle Moraine State Forest, Glacial Drumlin Trail and Honey Acres Museum and Nature Trail.
Erin Hills, the site of the 2017 U.S. Open, is just 20 miles away, with many other excellent courses nearby. With Milwaukee and Madison minutes away, cheer on the Milwaukee Brewers, Bucks, or the University of Wisconsin Badgers. Green Bay’s Lambeau Field is just over 90 minutes away. Auto racing is big here. Hunters enjoy the abundance of deer, rabbits, squirrels, foxes, pheasants, geese, other fowl and small game to challenge every hunter.
The county is best known for its natural attractions, including the Horicon Marsh, the largest freshwater cattail marsh in the United States. Known as the “Little Everglades of the North,” Horicon Marsh was formed by a glacial lake and is part of the Ice Age Reserve. Here, visitors will find over 219 species of birds and waterfowl, including magnificent trumpeter swans returning from near extinction and a 100-year absence from the marsh. Other species found in abundance include egrets, herons, cormorants, sandhill cranes, several species of migrating ducks, tundra swans, and Canada Geese by the thousands.
Dodge County lakes and streams offer four seasons of outdoor fun, including water skiing, ice fishing, sailing, boating, canoeing, swimming and duck hunting. There are enough trout, walleyes, muskies, northern, bass, catfish, perch, crappies, bluegills and other panfish in the county’s waters to keep the anglers coming back for more. Boats, canoes, tackle and bait are available from outfitters throughout the county, and public and private boat ramps provide easy access to great fishing adventure.
Museums, Art, Antiques and Collectibles
Founded before Wisconsin was a state, the area preserves memories in countless galleries, from auto museums to dairy and historic museums. Casual browsers and serious collectors will enjoy the antiques, collectibles, furniture, linens, vintage clothing, quilts lamps, fine art, art glass, dolls and recent treasures offered by more than 230 dealers in antique and collectibles shops and malls throughout Dodge County, from Watertown to Waupun. Here, too, shoppers will find one of Wisconsin’s oldest and largest craft and hobby shops, quilting, sewing and fabric stores, craft outlets and enclosed general merchandise malls.
Beaver Dam Antique Mall (12 miles from Inn)
Crosswalk Antique (12 miles from Inn)
Clara’s Antiques (13 miles from Inn)
Waterloo Antiques Mall (25 miles from Inn)
Columbus Antique Mall & Museum (18 miles from Inn)
Fox Lake Country Antique Mall (27 miles from Inn)
Theatres & Performing Arts
Just 40 minutes away, the Fireside Dinner Theatre is recognized internationally for Broadway-quality performances. Many local community theatres are known for their professionalism.
Outdoor Concerts, Fairs and Festivals
From Milwaukee’s Summerfest to the Oshkosh EAA Fly-In, you’re just minutes away. Community festivals from Watertown Riverfest to Sun Prairie’s Corn Festival to Milwaukee’s Summerfest – the world’s largest music festival — offer music and food throughout the year.
And so Much More
Beautiful lakes and rivers for fishing, boating and swimming, art studios and galleries, farm markets, pottery and ceramics, gift shops and thrift stores, book stores, outlet malls and outstanding dairy, cheese and sausage shops.