811 Dominion Drive
Hudson, WI 54016
Phone: (715) 386-6355
Fax: (715) 386-9778
American Sky Brewing Co. offers up an amazing selection of unique, bold and flavorful beers. Inspired by the spirit of patriotism that drives the US military, this local brewing company pays homage to the country's veterans in just about everything they do. If this is your first visit, opt for a flight of the beers on tap before settling on favorite. Tours of the brewery are offered at 4p on every Saturday. Live band performances and other fun events are often hosted at the taproom.
Anderson Park offers a variety of recreational facilities that will appeal to both young and old. While kids will find much to delight them at the playground, older visitors can spend time honing their skills at the tennis and basketball courts.
Williams Park is a great place for families with young children. Spend quality time with your kids as they run amok at the playground, and settle down with family and friends for a leisurely picnic at the park.
Enveloped in a aura of peace and serenity, Birkmose Park offers spellbinding views of the scenic St. Croix River. Take a break from the cityscape of Hudson and enjoy a breath of fresh air at the park. While many may look down their nose at a park that does not offer a variety of recreational opportunities, it is this very quality that makes Birkmose Park a great place to simply relax and enjoy the view.
Akin to an oasis of greenery, Prospect Park features recreational facilities like volley ball courts and playgrounds, alongside a scenic overlook and gardens. This park is a great place to simply relax, or enjoy a fun-filled day of fruitful outdoor activity.
Sprawled along the banks of the St. Croix River, Lakefront Park is a great place to enjoy fun-filled hours of outdoor activity. Amenities like a boat launch, volley ball courts, playground equipment, ample parking, a splendid beach and picnic tables are the park's main draws. Spend a leisurely day lounging by the river, or enjoy live summer concerts at the park's bandshell.
Seasons on St. Croix is a fabulous gallery that boasts an extensive collection of artwork produced by local and regional artists. Explore the gallery and marvel at the magnificent displays of artistic vision in a variety of mediums including glass, clay, watercolors and photography.
Hop aboard one of the Afton*Hudson Cruise Lines fabulous seafaring beauties for a stunning view of the skyline from the serene waters of the St. Croix river. This charter company offers a variety of cruise types, including dinner cruises, fireworks cruises and Sunday brunch cruises. All meals aboard the vessel are served buffet-style and feature a lavish spread of delicious meals from the Afton House Inn restaurant.
Phipps Center For the Arts is a fantastic community resource that offers Hudson's residents a variety of arts programs including art, dance and music classes. The center features two splendid theaters and art galleries that together showcase a varied offering of art exhibitions, music concerts and theater productions. The center encompasses a variety of spaces for creative expression, including dance studios, art studios, classrooms and rehearsal space as well.
Burton Field is a popular choice amongst the locals for baseball in the summer and ice skating in the winter. This effortless transition from summer park to winter wonderland, makes Burton Field a local favorite. The park also features a small playground for kids.
The Willow River State Park is a beautiful green space located just north of Hudson. The park encompasses an area of 2891 acres (1170 hectares) and was founded in 1967. The major attraction of this park is the beautiful Willow Falls. Since this park is near to Minneapolis-St. Paul and has a lot of recreational opportunities, it is one of the most visited parks in the state. So if your are looking for a place to chill with your buddies or relax with your family, then this park is a good bet. On a typical day one can expect to do activities like boating, hiking, swimming, fishing and rock climbing. The park also has 72 campgrounds where you can erect a tent and spend the night.
The Warden's House Museum is a monumental museum site that operates originally was home to the wardens of the Minnesota Territorial Prison, also known as the Minnesota State Prison. The warden's house stood stern at 602 North Main Street and was constructed long back, in 1853. It housed as many as 13 wardens from the prison then. The building is a fine example of the Italianate, Federal and the Greek Revival style of architecture. The 14 distinctive rooms specially decorated in a manner depicting the late 19th century and early 20th Century styles of architecture.