What’s better when its cold outside than a little hot romance, a bottle of wine and a steamy jacuzzi tub? Nothing and we have them all here at the Arbor Inn.
This BLOG about “Fall In The St Croix River Valley” is written with both a happy and sad face. Happy to see the gorgeous views that the change in weather brings to our area. Sad to see the boats start to come out of the river knowing that it will soon be frozen over. Prescott is a fantastic place to start, finish or stop during your trip to take in the stunning fall colors along the Great River Road. Being at the confluence of the two beautiful rivers (the Mississippi and the St Croix), we are so fortunate to be right in the midst of it all. One can leave the big city and feel like they are worlds away in only a matter of minutes.
If just driving around taking in the colors is not enough, Prescott offers other options.
Just minutes away from Kinnikinnick State Park and Carpenter Nature Center where miles of trails and breathtaking views await you. Many orchards surround our city with fresh fruit just waiting to be picked. If all that hiking or fruit picking has you feeling a bit parched, just a short stroll downtown offers visitors many options to quench their thirst. Prescott also has some great restaurants as well. Click Here for a whole list of Prescott’s services.
So this fall when your taking a break from raking leafs and preparing for the cold, be sure to include the quaint river town of Prescott Wisconsin, right in the midst of the St Croix River Valley and all the beauty that fall has to offer.
We are looking forward to the best firework show again (from Stillwater to Hastings to Minneapolis) right from our firepit in our tiny town of Prescott. We are reminscing about our adventure last year on July 4th, sitting around the fire pit with our guests, wine in hand, watching the fantastic firework show from our own back yard! We have some of the best neighbors in town who duel to show off their collection of fireworks. Last year the show lasted about 1 1/2 hours and it was quite a competition that was enjoyed by all. If you are looking for a great 4th of July get-a-way, consider The Arbor Inn! Last years guests would agree that it was the best fireworks show they have seen from Stillwater to Hastings to Minneapolis!
The Arbor Inn offers great lodging for the third annual benefit ride of Faith’s Lodge on June 27, 2009. Just a short ride down the hill will bring you to the starting point. Point Douglas Park is across the river from Prescott, WI. The ride will be scenic and relaxed, winding through western Wisconsin ending in Webster, WI for lunch at the Webster Fairgrounds (7421 W Apple). The ride will cover 145 miles and take approximately three hours with a stop for gas and to stretch. The cost is $25 for a single rider or $35 for two-up. You can register at www.emttour.org. As in the past, 100% of the proceeds will go directly to Faith’s Lodge. All other expenses are covered through donations to the Electrical Motorcycle Tour. The Arbor Inn will help cover your cost of the ride by reducing our room rate by $25.00 if you mention this blog. We also offer covered parking for your bikes for a stress free evening.
Faith’s Lodge is a place for families with seriously ill children or that have recently suffered the loss of a child. This tranquil retreat provides a place for solitude or the ability to connect with other families facing the same experiences. The ride will not be stopping at Faith’s Lodge this year now that it is open. There will be families staying on site but will benefit those families and future families of the Lodge.
So, get revved up and join in the fun. We offer stress free lodging for the June 27th benefit ride for Faith’s Lodge and we love to support the cause!