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La Crosse, WI

La Crosse, WI

La Crosse, WI

Moving to La Crosse, WI
La Crosse is located along the western border of Wisconsin and is situated next to the Mighty Mississippi River. La Crosse is the county seat of La Crosse County and has a population of about 52,000 residents. Upon moving to La Crosse you will want to familiarize yourself with the city and surrounding areas. Surrounding cities include: Onalaska, Holmen, and West Salem. La Crosse is a college town so if you’re looking to further your education you have several options. The University of Wisconsin – La Crosse is located here as well as Viterbo University and Western Technical College. 

Moving to La Crosse – What’s in store

Climate in La Crosse. Be sure to pack your heavy winter coats, scarves, hats, and gloves! Wisconsin is known for cold winters and lots of snow! Winter temperatures often drop into the single digits in January with highs in the 20’s. Summers on the other hand are pretty comfortable with temperatures between 50-85 degrees. La Crosse receives a moderate amount of rainfall with the most occurring in the summer months and it snows about 45 inches a year.

Dining in La Crosse. La Crosse is full of fun dining options, brew pubs, and elegant dining restaurants sure to please any taste or occasion! Bodega Brew Pub is a favorite hang out with an extensive selection of 400 beers as well as a menu full of sandwiches, appetizers, soups, salads, and even flat-bread pizzas! The Waterfront Restaurant and Tavern is another local favorite for fine dining in an upscale, elegant atmosphere. The Waterfront serves American cuisine with contemporary and international flair. Try the Alaskan King Crab Legs or one of their hand-cut, Certified Angus Beef Steaks. Restaurants in La Crosse.

Recreational La Crosse. After your move to La Crosse, when you find some free time, you have to visit City Brewery. This historic brewery was opened in 1858 and is housed in what looks like a medieval castle. They offer tours for groups and they have a gift shop and pub and they are located right in town. You know you can’t move to Wisconsin and not learn to ski! So when you’re ready, Mount La Crosse Ski Resort is open from Thanksgiving to March and has 18 trails, a chalet, and ski shop. They also have a vertical drop for those thrill seekers as well as equipment rental, lessons, and even night skiing. If you have kids, The Gertrude Salzer Gordon Children’s Museum is a must see. The kids will enjoy a day filled with fun, educational, hands-on activities.

Moving to La Crosse – how to? Moving to La Crosse doesn’t have to be stressful and expensive, just choose U-Pack! U-Pack offers a unique self-move service, but we do all the driving! You get the affordability of truck rental (our prices are competitive!), we can add help if you desire a full service move, and because we do all the driving, you get to travel to La Crosse in the comfort and safety of your own car. Our moves are fast, with most being completed in 2-5 business days, so you never have to wait long for your items. U-Pack also offers flexible loading and unloading, great customer service, and no deposit. You have choices to personalize your move as well. You can move in a moving trailer or moving container, depending on your needs. You can also add services like storage or guaranteed delivery if you need it. Your move, your way – all at a great price.

How much does U-Pack cost? Because every move is unique, every move’s price is different. However, in just a few clicks, you can get a free moving quote for your specific move.

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Information about La Crosse, WI

Est. Population: 50980
County: Lacrosse
Latitude: 43.8000
Longitude: -91.2333
Zip Codes: 54601