Journey from Winnebago to Spalding
Complete with charming towns and rich history, take the trip from Winnebago to Spalding and explore just what makes this area so unique. Get outside and go on a cycling adventure along the Cowboy Trail or spend a day in the sun at the Wayne Aquatic Center. Stop in Norfolk and grab something sweet at the White Mulberry Bakery or stop to eat at Sandbar & Grill, which is home to Divots Brewery, Norfolk’s only microbrewery.
Located in Winnebago and founded in 2002, this museum honors the first Winnebago woman to attend college. Come take in the history of the Winnebago Tribe through displays featuring various artifacts, paintings, traditional clothing, and other meaningful objects to their tribe.
Come sit down and enjoy the spirit of the town of Wayne with a specialty coffee drink at the Table Coffee House. Have a bite to eat whether it is one of their house-made pastries, or something from their breakfast and lunch menus.
A Norfolk staple for 45 years! Locally known as “Home of the real Margarita,” Michael’s Cantina offers delicious Tex-Mex food along with classic American sandwiches. Be sure to browse their collection of rare antique beer and soda signs while you’re there, too!
A mom-and-pop shoppe that’s got it all. Located in Newman Grove, Betz’s Little Shop has anything you could ever need for your next quilting project. Beyond that, they have a wide array of antiques, gifts, yard art and even tuxedo rentals.