Participants and staff enjoying a bowling outing

Riverfront Recreation Programs feature fun and friends

Find your favorite activities at Riverfront

Life’s never dull at Riverfront! With our recreation programs you can explore your interests, have fun, make new friends and gain confidence.

Whether you want something to do at the end of the day, on the weekend or even during vacation, we’ve got something for you. And if you don’t see it here, just ask! We build our services around your interests.

Recreation Program costs and availability

We keep our costs as low as possible. The cost to participate in a Recreation Program depends on the specific activity. A weeknight activity might cost a couple dollars, while an all-inclusive vacation trip would cost more. All Riverfront activities are open to everyone, so you are welcome to invite a friend or family member to come along.

Weekday recreation activities and programs

Some of the weekday activities at Riverfront include group activities like dances, bowling, parties, games, picnics and trips exploring local landmarks.

Overnight trips

Weekend activities give you the chance to explore a bit further. The annual trips to Lambeau Field and Miller Park fill up quickly!

Extended trips

It can be complicated to organize a trip, so let us do it for you! Your trip payment is all inclusive—it covers transportation, lodging and staff support. The only spending money you’ll need is for souvenirs.

We take trips all around the country, from New York City to Orlando to Branson.

If you are interested in a trip but not located in the immediate La Crosse area, we will help arrange transportation for you to join the group. To learn more, please contact us at recreation@riverfrontinc.org .

Here are our trips for 2013:

Riverfront 2013 Recreation Brochure

Check with your local Riverfront office to find out what is going on in your area. You can get out and be part of your community!
Black River Falls
La Crosse



Sara+Brandau“The trips are a lot of fun and the staff that come are really helpful.”
Sara Brandau, Riverfront alumnus