Hokah, Minnesota, is a small town located where Minnesota State Hwy. 44 meets the Historic Bluff Country National Scenic Byway on Minnesota Hwy. 16, and is just 15 minutes from La Crosse, Wis. Founded in 1851, the city is named after a local Native American chief, Wecheschatope Hokah. Our beautiful Root River provides opportunities for canoes, kayaks, and fishing, but Hokah’s main attraction is the beautiful Como Falls, the site of countless weddings, get-togethers, and happy memories. Beyond the falls lies the truly unique Hokah Pool, a spring-fed, sand-bottom pool with no chemicals, for an experience unlike any other. Hokah also boasts four parks, horseshoe courts, and a ball diamond.
Take a walk down Main Street to browse antiques, sample local food, and find just about anything at the expansive hardware store. After filling up at any of our eateries, curl up with a nice book in our cozy town library. For a little longer stay, stop by the Hokah City Center where highly customizable space is available for rent at a fair price. Join us on a Sunday morning in worshiping at one of our four churches, or come for events put on by our local organizations.
An expansion of our farm/market business, featuring products by regional artistans. Locally sourced seasonal produce, eggs, meats. Grab-n-go bfast sandwiches, lunch options, scratchmade baked goods, full coffee + espresso service. No dine-in services.