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Pepin

Laura Ingalls Wilder Birthplace

Nestled in the hills along the Chippewa and Mississippi Rivers, Pepin features fabulous scenery and a wide variety of year ’round recreational and leisure time activities. The steep hills and deep valleys have a quiet, wild beauty that has inspired artists and writers for more than a century, including Mark Twain and William Cullen Bryant, a late 19th century visitor, who wrote, Lake Pepin … “ought to be visited in the summer by every poet and painter in the land.”

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BNOX Gold & Iron

404 1st St Pepin, WI 54759

Dockside Mercantile

304 1st St Pepin, WI 54759

Smith Bros. Landing

200 East Marina Dr Pepin, WI 54759

This Old Bike

210 Lake St Pepin, WI 54759
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