American Players Theatre
5950 Golf Course Road
P.O. Box 819
Spring Green, WI 53588
Box Office: 608-588-2361
Arthur’s Supper Club: Specializing in prime rib and Friday Fish Fry. Carry out and drive through available! HWY 14 & 23 Spring Green, WI 53588. (608) 588-2521. www.kauldine.com
Base Camp Café: Comfort food in historic downtown Mazomanie. Best of the Burbs for pizza and breakfast. Free WiFi. 18 Brodhead Street, Mazomanie, WI 53560. (608) 401-1088. Like Base Camp on Facebook visit https://www.loc8nearme.com/wisconsin/mazomanie/base-camp-cafe/
Brewery Creek Brewpub: Freshly brewed beer. Large menu. Best ever fries. Many vegetarian options. Incredible desserts. 23 Commerce Street, Mineral Point, WI 53565. (608) 987-3298. www.brewerycreek.com
Freddy Valentine's Public House: Spectacular restaurant and pub with a made from scratch menu located in the historic State Bank of Spring Green. 134 West Jefferson Street, Spring Green, WI 53588. (608) 588-0220. www.freddyvalentines.com
Old Feed Mill: Voted 2018 best destination restaurant by Madison Magazine. Featuring the best of country cuisine. Located in Mazomanie off Hwy 14 between Spring Green & Madison. 114 Cramer Street Mazomanie, WI 53560. (608) 795-4909. www.oldfeedmill.com
Pat’s Place: Enjoy a hand crafted cocktail, Local Beer, Wine or Dessert before or After the Play. Also features an outdoor patio with a large Fire pit. 6279 Hwy C, Spring Green, WI 53588. (608) 588-7828. www.springvalleyinn.com
Riverview Terrace Cafe at the Frank Lloyd Wright Visitor Center: Local and seasonal cuisine, with many ingredients fresh from the Taliesin gardens. 5607 County Road C, Spring Green, WI 53588. (877) 588-7900. www.taliesinpreservation.org
The Shed: Your friends are waiting to make great memories at The Shed. Come enjoy. 123 North Lexington Street Spring Green, WI 53588. (608) 588-9049. www.shedspringgreen.com
Spring Green General Store: Popular café in a restored cheese warehouse with an original collection of clothing and gifts. 137 South Albany Street, Spring Green, WI 53588. (608) 588-7070. www.springgreengeneralstore.com
Wall Street Gallery & Bistro: Finest Italian cuisine in Dane County, homemade pasta, weekly specials, relaxing atmosphere, full bar selections. Thurs-Sat nights 5-9. 14 Brodhead Street, Historic Downtown Mazomanie, WI . (608) 576-6694. www.wallstreetgallery.com
110 Chestnut: Newly restored historic home with all the amenities one block from downtown. Perfect for 1-6 people. 110 S Chestnut St., Mineral Point, WI 53565. (608) 574-2246. www.110chestnut.com.
Aldebaran Farm: Historic farmhouse minutes from APT, Taliesin, Wisconsin River. Sleeps 12, full kitchen, week or weekend. 6557 County Hwy T, Spring Green, WI 53588. (773) 334-4924. www.aldebaranfarm.us
Big Valley Ranch: Five private homes on 1000 acres of forest and fields available for nightly and weekly rentals. 7488 Leaches Crossing, Avoca, WI 53506. (608) 235-5634. www.bigvalleyranch.com
Brewery Creek: A small hotel and brewpub. Intimate. Historic. Comfortable. 23 Commerce St. Mineral Point, WI 53565. (608) 987-3298. www.brewerycreek.com
A Cabin in the Woods: Long term rental perfect for frequent theatre-goers. Log cabin on 18+ wooded acres. 2 BR/2BA with loft. Refreshingly simple and uncomplicated. S11038 Paulus Road, Spring Green, WI 53588. (608) 986-3760. firstname.lastname@example.org
Chestnut Cottage: Experience charm and comfort in the heart of Mineral Point's historic district. 99 N. Chestnut St., Mineral Point, WI 53565. (608) 553-1979. www.cottageonchestnut.com
Cothren House: Two-bedroom stone cottage or charming log cabin on grounds of Cothren Estate. 320 Tower Street, Mineral Point, WI 53565. (608) 987-1522. www.CothrenHouse.com
Errigal: Forget the fuss – exclusive rental of 3BR/1BA house on 80 acre organic farm, ~15 mi from Spring Green. S7863 Hwy G, Hillpoint, WI 53937. (608) 986-3760. www.McCluskeyBros.com
High Street Suites: Sweet dreams guaranteed when you stay in (actually above or below) a candy store. 124 High Street, Mineral Point, WI 53565. (608) 987-1522. www.highstreetsuites.com
The House on the Rock Resort: The Resort features breathtaking views, comfortable suites, championship golf, contemporary dining, swimming pools and a spa. 400 Springs Drive, Spring Green, WI 53588. (608) 588-7000. www.thehouseontherock.com
Lodging at Shake Rag Alley: 3 rooms in 1840s Coach House, Tuckpoint garden suite, and Roland's Loft (studio apartment). 25 minutes to APT. 18 Shake Rag Street, Mineral Point, WI 53565. (608) 987-3292. www.shakeragalley.com
Maple Wood Lodge: Three bedroom secluded vacation guest house on 20 wooded acres, 30 minutes from APT. 2950 State Hwy 39, Mineral Point, WI 53565. (608) 987-2324. www.maplewoodlodge.com
Mineral Point Hotel: Southwest Wisconsin’s Premier Boutique Hotel. Featuring five beautiful private guest rooms, only a 20 minute drive from APT. 121 Commerce Street, Mineral Point, WI 53565. (608) 987-3889. www.mineralpointhotel.com
The Round Barn: Discover Spring Green’s perfect getaway location for all-around comfort and relaxation. E4830 Hwy 14, PO Box 297, Spring Green, WI 53588. (608) 588-2568. www.roundbarnlodge.com
Sheer Memories Bed & Breakfast: Country Cabin or spacious three-bedroom 1887 farmhouse, 12 acres of gardens, woods, trails. 20 miles from APT. 6351 County Road P, Muscoda, WI 53573. (608) 532-6952. www.sheermemories.com
Silver Star Bed & Breakfast: Contemporary ten guestroom log cabin nestled on twenty wooded acres offers a relaxing getaway. 3852 Limmex Hill Road, Spring Green, WI 53588. (608) 935-7297. www.silverstarinn.com
Spring Green Motel: Very clean, microwaves, fridges, complimentary breakfast, beautiful grounds, grills, fire pits, new rooms available. Wireless. Close to all attractions. US Hwy 14, Spring Green, WI 53588. (608) 588-2141. www.springgreenmotel.net
Spring Green Pet Resort: Park your pooch at the Spring Green Pet Resort while you enjoy the play. S12377 Pearl Road, Spring Green, WI 53588. (608) 588-3405. www.springgreenpetresort.com
Spring Valley Inn: Quiet. Two miles from theatre. Pool, steam, sauna, fitness center. Complimentary hot breakfast with stay. 6279 County Highway C, Spring Green, WI 53588. (608) 588-7828. www.springvalleyinn.com
Arcadia Books: With a selection curated with care and knowledgeable booksellers, this is book lover's delight. Literary gifts and coffee bar serving light fare. 102 E. Jefferson Street, Spring Green, WI 53588. (608) 588-7638. www.readinutopia.com
Carr Valley Cheese: Most-awarded cheese company around! Wine, gifts, meats, jams, syrups, oils, and more! 428 Wall Street Mazomanie, WI 53560, (608) 401-1043. www.carrvalleycheese.com
Dennis Alfred Phillips: A visual and tactile experience. Fiber, color and texture. Alfred, where quality is always the style. 159 N Lexington Street, Spring Green, WI 53588. (608) 239-5974. www.alfredarttowear.com
Driftless Depot Organic Market, Deli and Café: Organic local produce, meats, cheeses. Antipasti platters. Picnic baskets. Wine. Espresso. Gelato. Friday Trout Dinners. 140 S. Winsted St. Hwy 23, Spring Green WI, 53588. (608) 628-1001. www.driftlessdepot.com
Duluth Trading Company: Duluth Trading in Mt. Horeb: A store like no other. Touch, try on our innovative work clothes for men and women. Plan your trip now.100 W. Main Street, Mount Horeb, WI. (608) 437-8655. www.duluthtrading.com
Fall Art Tour: Enjoy an autumn weekend visiting the studios of Southwest Wisconsin’s finest artists. October 18, 19 and 20, 2019. For more information or to receive a full-color brochure, call (608) 987-3787 or visit www.fallarttour.com
Jones Chevrolet Buick Cadillac, Inc.: Jones has been a family owned business for over 90 years, now in its fourth generation of serving our valued customers in the surrounding area. 2035 Hwy 14 East, Richland Center, WI 53581. (608) 647-3788. www.joneschev.com
Mayday Press: Mercantile of modern supplies for your desk and beyond. A destination for paper, writing, and design enthusiasts. 213 High Street Mineral Point, WI 53565. (608) 553-0227 www.mayday-press.com
Nina's Department and Variety Store: Women’s and men’s clothing. Cards, gifts and toys. Complete yarn shop. In downtown Spring Green. 143 East Jefferson Street, Spring Green, WI. (608) 588-2366. www.ninasdepartmentstore.com
North Earth Gifts: Gifts, jewelry, and decor for peaceful living. A retreat for mind, body, and spirit. South Albany Street Shops, Spring Green, WI 53588. (608) 588-3313. www.northearth.com
The Opal Man: North America’s only all Opal jewelry gallery. Gold and silver Opal Jewelry. Repair, replacement, appraisal. 137 Winsted St, Spring Green, WI 53588. (608) 588-9317. www.theopalman.com
Pamela's Fine Jewelry: Fine jewelry made with gold, silver, gemstones and diamonds. Custom design and on-premise repairs of jewelry and watches. 150 West Jefferson Street Spring Green, WI 53588. (608) 588-2134. www.pamelasfinejewelry-sg.com, email@example.com
Prairie Flowers & Gifts: A flower shop with antique and vintage items, chocolates and unpredictable gifts for you, baby, home and garden. 126 N Lexington St, Spring Green, WI 53588 (608) 588-9999.
River Arts on Water Gallery: Beautiful art gallery near Blue Spoon Café and Wollersheim Winery. Now offering classes too! 590 Water Street, Prairie du Sac, WI 5357. (608) 643-5215. www.RiverArtsInc.Org
Taliesin Book Store: Full line of gifts for the admirer of Frank Lloyd Wright and organic design. Frank Lloyd Wright Visitor Center, 5607 County Road C, Spring Green, WI 53588. (877) 588-7900 www.taliesinpreservation.org
Wantoot: Modern American Art and Craft. Modern jewelry, furniture, painting, photography, pottery, art glass, wearables from contemporary artists across the U.S. 236 High Street, Mineral Point, WI 53565. (608) 284-5927. www.wantoot.com
Cave of the Mounds - National Natural Landmark: Visit Wisconsin’s underground geologic wonder. Tours daily, year-round on paved, lighted walkways. Above ground fun for all ages includes: Gemstone Mine, Fossil Dig, Butterfly Gardens, Hiking Trails and amazing Rock Shop. Located just 25 minutes from APT. (608) 437-3038, 2975 Cave of the Mounds Rd., Blue Mounds, WI 53517.
House on the Rock Attraction: An awe-inspiring array of amazing collections, enormous music machines and the world’s largest carousel. 5754 State Road 23, Spring Green, WI 53588. (608) 935-3639. www.thehouseontherock.com
Taliesin: Visit Taliesin, the home, studio, school, and 800-acre agricultural estate of American Architect Frank Lloyd Wright. Frank Lloyd Wright Visitor Center, 5607 County Road C, Spring Green, WI 53588. (877) 588-7900. www.taliesinpreservation.org
White Oak Savanna Events Farm and Sanctuary: Eco-friendly retreat featuring a luxury farmhouse and cottage. Convenient to theater. Breathtaking oak savanna prairie. 4352 State Road 23, Dodgeville, WI 53533. (608) 636-5776. www.whiteoaksavanna.com
Wisconsin Riverside Resort: Restaurant & bar on the Wisconsin River. Great food, great views, campground, canoe trips and more. S13220 Shifflet Road, Spring Green, WI 53588. (608) 588-2826. www.wiriverside.com. firstname.lastname@example.org
Mineral Point Chamber of Commerce: Beautiful downtown with art, shopping, historic architecture, restaurants & lodging. 30 minutes south of APT. 225 High Street, Mineral Point, WI 53565. (888) 764-6894 and (608) 987-3201. www.mineralpoint.com
Spring Green Area Chamber of Commerce: Rich in history, art, architecture and culture, the River Valley is a perfect destination vacation. 101 East Jefferson Street, Spring Green, WI 53588.
(608) 588-2054. www.springgreen.com
Whether it’s a bike ride through the hills, a beautiful hike through the woods or a canoe trip on the Wisconsin River, Spring Green and the River Valley area is a spectacular backdrop for all types of outdoor recreation.
There are two state parks within a 15-minute drive of APT. Tower Hill State Park is located almost across the road (5808 Cty. Hwy. C). It features campsites, hiking trails, a canoe landing and picnic areas. Visitors can take a lovely hike to the top of a bluff overlooking the river where an old shot tower and smelter house have been reconstructed. Governor Dodge State Park, located eight miles south of Spring Green (4175 Hwy. 23), is one of the state's largest parks with 5,270 scenic acres of steep hills, bluffs, and deep valleys plus two lakes and a waterfall. The park offers hiking, biking, skiing, snowmobile trails, horse trails, camping, hiking, boating, swimming, 8 designated picnic areas, swimming, boating and fishing. Hunting is available in season with proper permits.
There are many great bike routes in the Spring Green area. A marked bike lane runs all the way from Hillside School (just south of the Wisconsin River on Hwy. 23) to Dodgeville, and the Military Ridge Bike Trail is also accessible from Spring Green by following Hwy 23 south to County Hwy. Z. For a map of bicycling conditions, visit the Wisconsin Department of Transportation website .
The Lower Wisconsin is a river for people who like to travel and take in the sights at a leisurely pace. River currents range from three to five miles per hour upstream of Spring Green and only one to two miles per hour further downstream near Muscoda. Along the entire 92.3 miles there are no rapids, falls or portages, making the river ideal for recreational canoeists & kayakers. Two-thirds of river users are found on the 25-mile stretch between Prairie du Sac and Spring Green. There are numerous canoe landings in the River Valley area, including those at Tower Hill State Park, Peck’s Landing, Lone Rock (just east of the Hwy 130 bridge), and Arena (South Bank).
Both the main channel as well as the backwaters of the Wisconsin River support large numbers of gamefish and panfish and good fishing can also be had on area streams and lakes. For more information, contact the DNR office at (608)935-3368.
The Spring Green area is a treasure trove of architecture which has been designed or influenced by Frank Lloyd Wright. Besides the buildings designed by this giant of American architecture, the River Valley has many structures by Wright’s former apprentices. For more information and and driving tour map, visit the Spring Green Area Chamber of Commerce website.
There’s always an event going on in Spring Green, especially in the summer. From Bobfest, an annual festival of Bob Dylan music held every Memorial Day weekend to the Spring Green Arts and Crafts Fair in June to the Fall Art Tour in October, it’s a busy place. For a full calendar of events, see the Spring Green Area Chamber of Commerce website.