Nestled in a picturesque valley, in the rolling hills of northwestern Brown County is the Sycamore Springs Resort. Historically, Sycamore Springs was an important stop for settlers traveling westward in the 1800’s, providing water, shade, and an ideal location to camp. By 1880, the mineral water and beautiful scenery around the area became well known, and Sycamore Springs earned a reputation as a health resort, offering “healing waters” for visitors. Over the years, several structures were built to provide accommodations for convalescing guests, but only one remains: the charming 1920’s hotel, an icon from days gone by.
As time passed, Sycamore Springs was developed into a resort, offering camping, picnicking, roller skating, swimming, and other outdoor activities. Several historic buildings were moved onto the site including Rock Creek Church, the former Morrill railroad depot, and the “Red Barn”,
You are invited to visit this lovely resort and stroll the grounds to see the quaint hotel along the banks of a stream, drop in at the roller rink, and sit in the shade of beautiful sycamore trees. Restroom facilities are available during your visit.