Pepin, Wisconsin

Pepin, Wisconsin, was the birthplace of Laura Ingalls Wilder and the site of Little House in the Big Woods.

Contact Information:
Laura Ingalls Wilder Museum
306 3rd Street
Pepin, WI  54759
(715) 442-2142

Pepin, Wisconsin — the official website of Pepin, Wisconsin

Laura Ingalls Wilder, Frontier Girl — information on Pepin’s Wilder-related sites

Laura Ingalls Wilder Days — an article about this annual event celebrated in Pepin

Lodging — Planning a trip to Pepin and need a place to stay? Click here for lodging information in the Pepin area (provided by Google Maps)

Restaurants — Restaurant information in the Pepin area (provided by Google Maps)

4 comments on “Pepin, Wisconsin
  1. suzanne ebersold says:

    I am the manager of the the site in Pepin, We have a web site now,

  2. Maria Aparecida Gomes Cunha says:

    I1m happy to know about Pepin, I wish one day I can visit Laura’museum and the city she had lived before Pa decided leave. I have all books and I’ve read them when I was 10 years old. Today I’m 56 years. So many time…Thank you!
    M.,aparecida Cunha – Atibaia – São Paulo-Brasil

  3. You don't need to know! says:

    I just so happen to live in Pepin, and I love it here! It is a lovely town and has a pretty country side!

  4. Kitty Latane says:

    For more information about the Ingalls family in Pepin and what Pepin was like when they lived here, get my book, The Village of Pepin at the Time of Laura Ingalls Wilder, at our shop at 412 2nd Street in Pepin. (54759) Send a check to T & C Latane for $19.90 along with your address and I will mail it to you. I have 20 copies left.