La Crosse River State Trail


Bangor, Wisconsin  54656
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Bangor, Wisconsin 54656  54669



























Bangor, Wisconsin

Winnebago Indians were the first known residents on the present site of Bangor. The first European settlers were Welsh, and they named their new home for their home in Wales. While the Welsh were creating a village, the surrounding countryside was being claimed by seven families of Swiss immigrants. Descendants of some of these early settlers still live in the area.

Among the points of interest, are the Welsh Methodist Church in the village, and the inscribed sandstone cliff along Dutch Creek just south of the Bangor park. The iron railroad bridge over Dutch Creek provided the inspiration for the La Crosse River State Trail logo.



HOTEL & MOTEL LOCATION PHONE
AMERICINN
125 Buol Road
West Salem, WI 54669
sales@americinnwestsalem.com
I-90 608-786-3340
800-634-3444
     

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BED & BREAKFAST LOCATION PHONE
WOLFWAY FARM
W2105 Country Rd B
West Salem, WI 54669
County Road B 608-486-2686
     

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CAMPGROUNDS LOCATION PHONE
NESHONOC LAKESIDE CAMPGROUND
N5334 Neshonoc Rd
West Salem, WI 54669
Hwy 16 (608) 786-1792
     
VETERANS' MEMORIAL COUNTY PARK & CAMPGROUND
N4668 CTH VP
West Salem, WI 54669
Hwy 16 (608) 786-4011
     

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BUSINESS NAME BUSINESS
TYPE
PHONE
THE VILLAGE INN
1601 Bangor St
Bangor, WI 54614

Restaurant 608-486-2741
     
HANSEN'S IGA
1800 Commercial St
Bangor, WI 54614

Groceries 608-486-2626
     

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