220 S. Barstow St. Eau Claire, WI 54701
All Eau Claire County offices will be closed the following holidays: New Years Day, Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, Day After Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve Day, Christmas Day
My name is Corbin Burkard, and I am your Head Trainer! One of my biggest goals as your Head Trainer at Eau Claire is to create personal relationships with you all. When I first got into training a couple years ago, I didn’t realize how truly personal, being a personal trainer was. I have come to believe in my time training and coaching, that the more we can relate to each other on a personal level, the more fun we will have, and ultimately… see more results!
Founded in the 1800s, Eau Claire quickly became a center for logging, with sawmills dotting its local waterways. Although a wealth of newer industries now drive the city's economy, Eau Claire visitors can still get a glimpse of yesteryear while enjoying the community's cozy, small-town feel.Just a few miles northwest of Eau Claire, in Carson Park, the Paul Bunyan Logging Camp Museum illustrates what early logging days were like. Named for the fictional logger who traveled with an enormous blue ox, the museum displays artifacts and memorabilia depicting rugged camp life. See a replicated blacksmith shop, complete with anvil, forge, and leather bellows, and take inventory of the "dingle," where a camp's supplies were stored.OakPark Dental is your #1 choice when looking for a dentist in Eau Claire, WI. Our office is dedicated to your entire family`s dental care, offering a warm and welcoming environment for children and adults alike. We will do everything possible to make your visits comfortable for your family, and will strive to complete your treatments efficiently and as quickly as possible. We look forward to welcoming you into our dental family. and see why we have consistently been voted the winner of the Eau Claire Leader-Telegram Reader's Choice Award for best coffee, favorite coffee house, and wine shop in the Chippewa Valley.After perusing the valley's history, scope out the natural beauty that drew those first pioneers and loggers. A multi-purpose trail network is open to hikers, cross-country skiers and bicyclists. Stroll, ride or ski along the Chippewa and Eau Claire Rivers, while connecting to city parks, picnic areas and historical markers. The Old Abe State Trail, in particular, is a favorite destination, with 19 miles of flat terrain that winds through cornfields and riverbanks. Even on a bike trail, Eau Claire visitors are never far from the city's history: the Chippewa River Trail runs near the former home of the Daniel Shaw Lumber Company, which once owned thousands of acres of timber in the Chippewa Valley.Give the gift of the arts with Eau Claire Regional Arts Center Gift Certificates! Certificates are valid for many State Theatre performances and art purchases in the Janet Carson Gallery. They are available in $25 increments when ordered online, or in any amount by calling the Box Office. Any unused balance carries over to the next purchase.