Whisk away with your sweetheart for a long, romantic weekend to celebrate Valentine’s Day 2014 at the Inn at Wawanissee Point. It falls on a Friday this year.
Time stands still here at our mini winter resort atop the Baraboo Hills. The solitude you need to unwind and nurture your romance.
Play in the snow, keep warm indoors or pamper in seclusion, we have numerous options.
- Soak together in the massage-therapy tub for two in our Bordeaux room.
- Watch the birds and turkeys feeding below the sunroom, and Bird’s Nest and Secret Garden guest rooms. Look for pine siskins, redpolls and red-breasted nuthatches amid our hearty winter inhabitants.
- Snuggle in our robes with favorite love songs playing, enjoying each other in your favorite guest room.
- Pamper together at Baraboo’s exclusive day spa, Spa Serenity. Our guests receive a 10-percent discount.
- Rejuvenate in our sauna, hot tub and Shiatsu massage chair, especially after frolicking outdoors.
- Cozy by the fireplace with a book, in our Great Room or Secret Garden guest room.
- Full Moon Valentine’s Day Snowshoe, an enchanting and serene experience. We’ll provide the shoes and you add the romance.
- Snowshoe our 42 acres and endless trails nearby, including Devil’s Lake State Park. Use our Redfeather Snowshoes.
- Sled down our prairie hill, it’s exhilarating! Try it during the full moon!
- Downhill ski next door at Devil’s Head Resort or over the hill at Cascade Mountain.
- Cross-country ski at Devil’s Lake and Mirror Lake State Parks. Rent skis at Wildside Adventure Sports.
Add Some Treats
Surprise your sweetheart with fresh flowers or roses, chocolate-covered strawberries, gourmet chocolates, a decadent cake, champagne and/or a balloon bouquet. See our romantic add-ons on our Specials & Packages page.
Reserve a guest room soon! Call 608-355-9899 or click Check Availability above.
Feb. 7: A Celebration Of Wine And Chocolate at Bekah Kates Kitchen, Kids & Home and Spa Serenity, Baraboo, 6:00–8:00 p.m. Enjoy an evening of decadence sampling a variety of chocolates and hand-made chocolates, plus lavish petite spa treatments. Tickets $10.00, available at either location. More details here.
Feb. 8: Cabin Fever Comedy Show at the Crystal Grand Music Theatre, Wisconsin Dells, 8:00 p.m. Three great comedians: headliners Sean Morey and Ryan Dalton of the Bob & Tom Show, and introducing Mike Cody.
Feb. 9: Photography By Mike Murray Public Reception, at the River Arts Center in the Sauk Prairie High School, 105 Ninth St., Prairie du Sac, 1:00 p.m.–3:00 p.m. A self-taught, internationally award-winning field photographer of landscape and nature from Madison, Wis., whose work captures the beauty and mystery of Wisconsin’s outdoors. Visit to see his work of Devil’s Lake State Park. Admission is free. Exhibit open Jan. 24–March 2, school days 8:00 a.m.–8:00 p.m. Exhibit details at www.riverartsinc.org and artist information here.
Feb. 13: Date Night Appetizers & Wines Class, Bekah Kates Kitchen, Kids & Home , Baraboo, 6:00–8:00 p.m. Make fun and tasty appetizers together and learn to pair them with wines for a fun and different date night. Tickets $75.00 per couple. More details here.
Feb. 14: Stand Up Dads at the Al. Ringling Theatre, Baraboo, 7:30 p.m. Comedy for parents by parents. A comedian from San Francisco pairs with a Midwestern broadcaster and comedian for an act that appeals to a range of tastes and sensibilities. Tickets $24.00 at www.alringling.com or by calling 608-356-8864.
Feb. 15: Featured Artist Reception at the River Arts On Water Gallery, 590 Water St., Prairie du Sac, 5:00 p.m. John Miller will display his serigraph and giclee prints of water subjects in the Sauk Prairie area, and two new artists will also be introduced. Learn more here.
Feb. 15: America at the Crystal Grand Music Theatre, Wisconsin Dells, 8:00 p.m. 44th Anniversary of this perennial class-rock favorite.
Feb. 15–16: Mid-Continent Railway Museum’s 39th Annual Snow Train™. Standard and first-class services, and a dinner train. All include a 55-minute ride in restored cars heated by steam or coal-fired stoves along seven miles of the former Chicago & North Western Railroad line that meanders through the snow-covered Baraboo Hills, seven miles west of Baraboo, Wis. Tickets and details at www.mcrwy.com.