Aquatic Center

The aquatic center features include a zero depth entry, diving area, lap lanes, 140' water slide, sand play area and concession stand. The center is open May 30th through August with daily and seasonal rates available.

For more information please call (715) 538-4353 or email the Whitehall City Center

  Whitehall Public Golf Course
9-holes, Par 36, 2979 yards.  The address is 36535 West Street. Open to the public with food and beverages available in the clubhouse bar and dining area. Check out our delicious Friday Night Fish Fry! To set up a tee time, call us at : 715-538-4800
  Whitehall Free Library
Hours are: Monday-Friday: 12:00 - 7:00 pm, Wednesday: 9:30-11 am and Saturday  9:30 am to Noon.  The library is located at 36280 Main Street.  The  librarian is Amanda Hegge.  To contact the library, call 715-538-4107
Area Parks
  Bandstand/Seymour Gardens and Park
The Ladies of Chautauqua Circle erected the bandstand in 1915 in the Seymour Gardens and park.
  Colonel Larson Park
This park features a softball field, basketball, volleyball courts, horseshoe pits, playground, park shelters and picnic areas on the banks of the Trempealeau River. In addition, a number of campsites with electrical and water hookups are available.  Call (715) 538-4353  or email the City of Whitehall to reserve the park shelter or campsites.
  Fredrickson Park
Located on U.S. Highway 53 in Whitehall this small park with play area, park benches and restroom facilities is just the right spot to take a break during the day.
  Melby Park
Melby Park features an enclosed park shelter with fireplace, a new children’s play area, recently renovated baseball field with covered stadium seating and basketball courts, all nestled under a variety of shade trees.  Call (715) 538-4353 or email the City of Whitehall to reserve the park shelter.
Historic Train Depot
Railroad development in central Trempealeau County began in 1866 with the charger for the Green Bay and Lake Pepin Railroad Company.  Laying of track began the fall of 1871 in Green Bay and small settlements along the proposed route completed vigorously for the right of way.  Construction continued for the next two years and by September of 1873 tracks were laid through the wheat field that was to become Whitehall.  The first regular passenger service between Green Bay and Whitehall began on January 1, 1874.

The current 1914 depot replaced an earlier wood frame depot built in 1877.  The new brick depot, constructed by the Green Bay and Western Railroad, included design elements typical of train depots in the early 20th century, including a central counter, men's and women's waiting rooms and a sheltering overhang.

The depot was certified and placed on the State and National Register of Historic Places April 19, 2006.  Recognition was due in part to its significance in the history of Whitehall, Trempealeau County and the Green Bay and Western Railroad and because it is a well preserved example of an early 20th century brick railroad depot.

The depot renovation has been completed.  If you would like more information regarding this depot, please contact the City of Whitehall.