Most People Don’t Know Wisconsin Has Its Own Norwegian Valley And It’s Picture Perfect

Wisconsin has a wonderful history and culture that stems from the people that first came here and settled in the area. Bits of their heritage still shape who we are as a state. While most people associate Wisconsin with having been settled by Germans, there’s actually a great Norwegian history in the driftless region and this awesome valley preserves the culture and nature of the area.

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Norskedalen is located at N455 O Ophus Rd, Coon Valley, WI 54623.

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