Two bedroom/sleeps 6 on LaCrosse River. bike/snowmobile trail fireplace, Wifi
Kevin and Deborah Moore
About Kevin and Deborah Moore
Kevin and Deborah Moore have been remodeling for over 30 years and have restored several residential and commercial buildings. Currently own and operate Ginny's Cupboard restaurant and Maiden Wisconsin gift shop in historic downtown Sparta, Wisconsin. With their two sons now out of the nest it became time to finish the remodeling of this historic site. In the Driftless region of Wisconsin, Sparta drew the Moore's some 20 years ago and they have not regretted it since! They know you too will fall for the beauty and lifestyle of the region.
Kevin and Deborah Moore purchased this House in 2012
Why Kevin and Deborah Moore chose Sparta
Opportunity spoke to us when this property became available and we could not pass up the beauty and surprisingly private setting. Arguably the best site in the City and certainly one of the most convenient to all activities. The rush of the LaCrosse River over the rapids located on property is all you need to begin relaxing and enjoying your stay. Proximity to Fort McCoy, LaCrosse, Amish and cheese country, and the multiple bike/snowmobile trails assure activities for all. New 2014 water park and pool in town, indoor ice arena, Bridge Path boasting 5 unique pedestrian bridges through the interconnected local park system. Nationally recognized historic downtown district for shopping and dining within 4 blocks of the Mill House. Old time rootbeer stand two blocks away. In short-something for eveyone whether it be business or pleasure-and convenient for all!
What makes this House unique
Located just off the Interstate, Sparta boasts the original Rails to Trails program in the nation. The Sparta-Elroy bike trail welcomes 80,000 visitors to the area annually. Well developed and maintained park system in town also hosts Legion Baseball on the 5 fields in Memorial Park. In addition to the LaCrosse River, Beaver Creek and Farmer's Valley Creek also wind through the community. Public River Run Golf Course and new water park for family fun! Check the Chamber website and hit one of the great area festivals as well-Butterfest in June locally and Warrens Cranfest in September being two of the largest. Outstanding in any season, come see the fall colors too!
Check-in: 4:00 pm
Check-out: 11:00 am
Minimum age of primary renter:18
100% refund if cancelled at least 30 days before arrival date. 50% refund if cancelled at least 14 days before arrival date.
2d time here
We keep coming back
Perfect place to relax
Great house & backyard!
Enjoyed our stay at the Mill House! Clean & cozy with a large yard along the LaCrosse River. We hope to stay again on future trips to Sparta. Robin
Perfect little house on the banks of the LaCrosse River with all the comforts of home and more!
Our stay was perfect! The house was exactly as described and we wanted for nothing! So much better than staying in stuffy hotels! It was so relaxing to sit on the deck, look and listen to the river while enjoying our drinks and company. Thanm you so much!
The location was perfect for us, as we wanted to ride the Elroy-Sparta Bike trail. The trail head was just a few blocks from the house.
The house was clean and comfortable and there was a nice fire pit in the back yard. Perfect! Great place.
In the Driftless region of Wisconsin known for it's scenic beauty. Located directly on 80'of LaCrosse River frontage and adjacent to the historic McCoy Mill this property was one of the first settled in the area and ownership dates to the 1840's. Local festivals, Wednesday concerts in the park, new water park and pool, indoor hockey rink, frisbee 'disc' golf, indoor and outdoor bow range,skate board park, and 5 pedestrian bridges winding through the waterways of the community leading you to the historic downtown and 4 corners. Rated trout streams flow through town and River Run Public Golf Course encircling Perch Lake. Amazingly reclusive and private in the middle of town. Located on the snowmobile and bike trails easy access to all the area has to offer. Within a 10 minute drive to Fort McCoy ski hill and fishing areas. 20 minutes from Amish and cheese country. 30 minutes from all LaCrosse has to offer for shopping/dining/the arts. Delightful options for all. Sparta also has a 5 screen movie theatre, active live theatre group, bowling alley,museum, library. Other attractions along scenic driving routes include the Railroad and Doll Museum, Wagner Grotto, Aldo Leopold shack in the school forest, Brackett Valley restored one room school house. More than a weekend can handle-you may need a week! Sparta-Elroy bike trail is the original 'Rails to Trails' program in the United States and boast over 30 miles of trails highlighted with several stone railroad tunnels-one nearly a mile long! Bring a sweatshirt and flashlight. Stop at the Chamber Office located in the old railroad depot and two blocks from the Mill House and purchase your trail pass. Sparta offers the best of both worlds as the residents of this town of 9000 knows.