St. Croix – Its Worth The Trip!

From Itineraries Midwest Summer 2010 Issue

Native Wisconsin is the perfect destination for your next group tour! Whether you are looking for a one-day or multi-day trip, the sample itinerary below will make planning your next group tour a breeze. The sample itinerary can be customized for anytime of the year.

Day One

Welcome to Turtle Lake, Wisconsin!  Tucked away in the Northwest woods amongst lakes, rivers, rolling hills, fields, wetlands and trees- lots of trees!

9-10:30am
As part of your journey to Turtle Lake stop at one of Wisconsin’s infamous cheese factories; Bella Curella Cheese and Italian Deli!   This is largest producer of Muenster Cheeses in the United States.  They also have a excellent selection of gift items, and wine sampling on the weekends.  View the cheese making process through the viewing windows and watch as milk is processed before your very eyes.

10:30-11:30am
Welcome to the St. Croix Casino and Hotel!  They have five main reservation communities across Wisconsin.  Among the businesses they run are three casino’s; Little Turtle Hertel Express in Hertel, Hole In The Wall Casino in Danbury, and today’s itinerary; the St. Croix Casino and Hotel.

11:30-1:00pm
Check into the hotel and unpack before lunch at the St. Croix Casino.  Choose from one of the restaurants or buffet.

1-7:00pm
Time to relax on the casino floor and be in the midst of friendly service and elegant Native American-themed surroundings.  Try your luck on 1100 slots, along with Las Vega style table games and a 12-table smoke-free Poker Room.

7:00pm
Special entertainment has been pre-arranged in the casino; tonight’s performance in the ‘oldies but goodies’ polka music!  Having fun is required!

For more information or to customize these sample itineraries please contact NATOW at 715-851-6648.

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