You Can Catch Your Own Meal At This Incredibly Unique Restaurant In Wisconsin

Palmyra is a small town along the Scuppernong River. It’s about 30 miles west of Milwaukee and 50 miles east of Madison. The name means “sandy soil,” and it’s a perfect spot for the largest trout farm in Wisconsin. Grown in natural spring water ponds, Rushing Waters has been using sustainable practices since 1999 to grow all-natural, chemical-free Rainbow Trout. It’s an awesome spot near two of our state’s biggest cities. They added a restaurant offers stunning views of its forest locale, but the very best thing about the restaurant is that now you can catch a trout and have it for lunch just a short while later.

Rushing Waters is located at N301 Co Rd H, Palmyra, WI 53156.

Have you been to Rushing Waters for their Hook and Cook lunch option? Let us know about it in the comments!

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