Small-Town Getaways in Wisconsin
Stockholm trip guide
WHERE TO START
Stockholm Merchants Association (715/442-2266; stockholmwisconsin.com).
WHAT TO DO
Abode Store and Gallery This shop sells a variety of art reflecting river themes (715/442-2266; abodegallery.com).
Stockholm General Wisconsin Foods and Mercantile Everything in this gourmet food store is from Wisconsin (715/442-9077; stockholmgeneral.com).
Ingebretsen's Handcrafted Scandinavian imports, books and foods fill this tiny storefront (715/442-2220; ingebretsens.com).
Stockholm Pottery and Mercantile You'll find locally made stoneware, wood engravings, watercolor paintings and jewelry (715/442-9012; stockholmpottery.com).
Festivals These include the Midsommer Swedish Festival--with Scandinavian foods, Maypole dancing and bonfire (stockholmwisconsin.com)--and Stockholm Art Fair with more than 100 juried exhibitors (stockholmartfair.org).
WHERE TO EAT
The Stockholm Pie Company This popular little eatery serves all kinds of pies, from cream to savory (715/442-5505; thestockholmpiecompany.com).
WHERE TO STAY
The River Road Inn Built in 2005, the modern New England-style, spacious three-room inn and carriage house have sweeping views of Lake Pepin, plus spa showers. You'll also get a breakfast of muffins and fruit brought to your room. From $220 (pictured; 612/306- 2100; riverroadinn.com).