Pepin County: Publicizes its 2022 “Get Outdoors! Outside in Pepin County” marketing campaign!


Pepin County, WI (April 2022): Visit Pepin County Releases Get Outside! Outdoors in Pepin County”. A summer-focused campaign that not only highlights Pepin County’s outdoor recreation activities, but encourages visitors to get out of their homes, pack the van, and head to Pepin County for food, drink, shopping, attractions and recreation in the Enjoy outdoors in the cities, villages, towns and small communities in this region.

Scheduled to run through September, the campaign is targeting the area’s markets to encourage outdoor enthusiasts and families to enjoy the great outdoors and many things this area has to offer, which also borders the Mississippi River. Pepin County offers a variety of lodging, dining, shopping and quiet sporting activities. The county has a wealth of outdoor experiences to suit both the amateur and the seasoned outdoorsman.

Community highlights include charming downtown areas, boating opportunities, local farmers markets, extensive hiking including Maiden Rock Bluff and the Tiffany Bottoms State Natural Area delta, to wildlife viewing in the grasslands, hardwood forests and lowlands.

The area offers restaurants and cafes, bars and grills and a variety of sweet offerings from bakeries to cakes to pizza farms. For more information, see the Pepin County 2022 Visitors Guide.

Visitors to can enter now to win a trip to Pepin County. Enjoy an overnight stay at Lost Creek Retreat, dine at Harbor View Café, grab a pie from Stockholm Pie and General Store and finish with a bottle of wine at Villa Bellezza Winery & Vineyards!

Proceeds from Wisconsin’s Destination Marketing Organizations Grant Program benefit the many businesses, attractions and restaurants in Pepin County.

Grant program for target marketing organizations

The purpose of this program is to provide tourism promotion and tourism development organizations to assist in the recovery of economic activity in Wisconsin following the COVID-19 pandemic. Funding for this assistance was provided to Wisconsin through the Federal American Rescue Plan Act of 2021.