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W�lco�� T� Juneau County! Our blend of geography satisfies even the most particular tastes. How many counties can boast all this natural variety? Castle Rock and Petenwell lakes, the second- and fourth-largest lakes in Wisconsin Three major recreational trails, the Elroy-Sparta Bike Trail, the Omaha Trail, and 400 State Bike Trail Rock formations such as Castle Rock and Petenwell Rock The beautiful sandstone cliffs of the Wisconsin River Some of the most beautiful and best golf courses in the region Native American effigies and other sites Several wildlife viewing areas, such as the Sprague Mather Flowage, Eagle's Nest, and the Necedah Wildlife Refuge, a national wildlife preserve Breathtaking bluffs, including Target Bluff, Mill Bluff, and Mile Bluff

Juneau County, WI

was established in 1857 when the State of Wisconsin passed legislation separating lands west of the Wisconsin River from what was then Adams County. After a contest with neighboring New Lisbon, the county seat was established in Maugh's Town, which is known today as Mauston. The county was named after Solomon Juneau, a Milwaukee legislator who influenced the legislation establishing Juneau County. The county board of early Juneau County convened only once a year to conduct the business of the slow moving, remote county.

Today, Juneau County retains the charm of the early days, while it moves forward into the future of electronic government. Juneau County is your pathway to adventure. Whether you’re spending some time on our beautiful lakes, rivers or streams, hiking or biking our many trails, enjoying a round of golf, taking your family on an ATV adventure, snowmobiling on a groomed trail, relaxing by your campfire after a day of exploring or enjoying the many tastes of Juneau County. 4

Juneau County's natural beauty brings year round pleasure to area residents and visitors alike. Geographical diversity is a hallmark of Juneau County. From sand country to hill country, from northern forests to unglaciated “driftless areas,” we have beautiful and scenic landscapes. First, some history is in order. Most of what is today’s Juneau County was carved out of the sandstone bedrock during the last North American Glacial Period some 18,000 years ago. For a long time, Juneau County was covered by the glacial Lake Wisconsin. The lake (up to 150’ deep) stretched over 1,800 sq. miles from Tomah to the west and up to Stevens Point in the north. A huge natural dam formed by rock, earth and sand burst some 14,000 years ago. After three days it took to drain the lake, the runoff created a new course for the Wisconsin River, carved out the Wisconsin Dells and moved south toward Baraboo to create Devil’s Lake. The rocky outcroppings, called buttes or bluffs, you see throughout the central and northern part of the county are

really the tops of islands that dotted the surface of glacial Lake Wisconsin. If you’re ambitious, climbing to the top of one of these ‘islands’ shows you the outline of the old lake. The low and sandy prairies you see are the old lakebed. Much of the southern part of the county escaped the destructive force of the last glacial period and is part of the “driftless” region of Wisconsin. Deep valleys, high ridges and quiet rural life make this area a special place to visit. Add to that the quiet joy of some of the nation’s finest bike trails, canoeing on the Lemonweir and Wisconsin River, golfing, horseback riding, hiking, snowmobiling, ATV riding, hunting, fishing, antiquing, waterskiing and camping, you’re in for a rare treat. We invite you to embark on your Juneau County adventure. We know you’ll find a reason to stay for a day, a week, or a lifetime.

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Table of Contents

Welcome to Juneau County 4 History of Juneau County 7 Amish Driving Tours 43 ATV Clubs 44 Bike Adventures 54-55 Dining 40-42 Elroy 56 Golf, Lodging & Campgrounds 45-48 Juneau County Attractions 13 Juneau County Communities 29-32 Juneau County Parks 38-39 Juneau County Waterfest 10 Lyndon Station 58 Mauston 2, 8-9, 49-53, 60 Necedah 3, 5, 59 Necedah National Wildlife Refuge 23-24, 26-28 New Lisbon & Hustler 33-34, 36-37 Rivers & Lakes 11, 14-16, 18-21 Tomah 12 Wonewoc 57

LOCAL INFORMATION ALSO AVAILABLE ON Published by: Juneau County Star–Times Mauston, WI General Manager: Matt Meyers Advertising Sales: Linda Goldbeck, Carrie Champlin Creative Design: Dusty Drew Photos: Gail Boehm, Amanda Becker, Frank Kaiser,

Rhonda Siebecker, Chris Walker, Keith L.

Thank you to all the organizations listed on the left for their support in supplying photos, information, and guidance for this project. Thank you to Liz Housworth at Juneau County Land Information Office for producing the official map. Thank you to Juneau County Government for allowing us the opportunity to develop this visitor directory. Thank you to Ray Feldman for writing, compiling and editing the lakes and rivers information. This publication has been created and produced for the purpose of promoting Juneau County Tourism. Every effort has been made to provide the most current, and accurate information available. The publisher, and the organizations represented, assume no responsibility for misinformation. Please contact the publisher, or your local organizations, with any additions or corrections.


City of Elroy

225 Main Street Elroy, WI 53929 (608) 462-2410

City of New Lisbon

232 W. Pleasant St. New Lisbon, WI 53950 (608) 562-5213 Email:

GMADC - Greater Mauston Area Development Corp 103 Division St. Mauston, WI 53948 (608) 847-7483 Email:

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Hill Country Chamber of Commerce

P.O. Box 83, Union Center, WI 53962 (608) 462-2245 Serving the communities of Elroy, Hillsboro, Kendall, La Farge, La Valle, Ontario, Union Center, Wonewoc and surrounding areas

Juneau County Economic Development Corporation PO Box 322 122 Main Street Camp Douglas, WI 54618 (608) 427-2070 (888) 898-2550

Juneau County Government Land Information 220 East State Street Room 6 Mauston, Wisconsin 53948 (608) 847-9446

Juneau County Historical Society 211 North Union St. Mauston, WI 53948 (608) 847-3294

Mauston Area Chamber of Commerce

503 State Road 82 East (inside The Bank of Mauston) P.O. Box 171 Mauston, WI 53948 (608) 847-4142

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Village of Union Center (608) 462-8810

Village of Hustler (608) 427-6575

Village of Lyndon Station (608) 666-2500

Village of Necedah

101 Center St Necedah, WI 54646 (608) 565-2261 Email:

Village of Wonewoc

200 West Street Wonewoc, WI 53968 (608) 464-3114

Wonewoc Development Corporation PO Box 305 Wonewoc, WI 53968-0305 (608) 464-5558 Email: info@ Web:

Juneau County Histo�y Our heritage adventure starts with a look backwards in time at the people and places of Juneau County. The first known inhabitants of the area were the people of the Woodland Culture. Many artifacts are contained in the Harry Mortensen Collection housed in the New Lisbon Memorial Library and date from 500 to 1200 A.D. These semi-nomadic people hunted, gathered and farmed this area after the draining of glacial Lake Wisconsin some 14,000 years ago. These early people raised corn, squash and beans and harvested wild blueberries, cranberries and other wild fruit for use during their winter camps. Others harvested wild rice, buffalo, deer, moose and other wild game. The rivers of Juneau County were the highways that allowed exploration. Rivers such as the Wisconsin, the Lemonweir, the Yellow and the Baraboo were used to harvest the abundant natural resources of the county and early settlements along those rivers included Mauston, New Lisbon, Necedah, Elroy and Wonewoc. After the period of early exploration, trading

posts and sawmills sprang up to harvest the abundant pine timber that covered the county. Unwise harvesting practices soon exhausted these resources and as the land was stripped, agriculture took hold. Crops of summer wheat, tobacco, corn, sphagnum moss, hops, grains and cranberries were harvested, sold and traded by early farmers who survived brutal winters and the backbreaking task of eking a living out of the land. Much of the land, especially in the northern part of the county, was unsuitable for agriculture and the sandy, light soil of the Lemonweir River Valley blew away during the spring. Add to this the difficulty and cost of getting good land from the many speculators who bought huge chunks of the available land at government auctions and sold it for profit, and you begin to see the problems these early farmers faced. Even with these long odds, agriculture became the largest industry in the county and today still holds that position. The mix is different now than it was back then. Dairy, hogs

and sheep are more prevalent and corn, soybeans and wheat are the main crops. With the coming of the railroads in the mid-1800s, Juneau County’s geographical location midway between Chicago and Minneapolis made it an important part of rail history. The City of Elroy was on the main line of the Chicago & Northwestern Railway and Mauston, New Lisbon and Camp Douglas were regular stops on the old Milwaukee Road. The present Interstate system (I90-94) roughly parallels the Milwaukee Road as it cuts diagonally across the county. Necedah was served by the Chicago & Northwestern and served as an important rail point for access to northern and central Wisconsin. At one time, passenger service was available at many of these stops to connect Juneau County residents with the world. The Chicago & Northwestern Railroad beds around Elroy, Camp Douglas, Union Center and Wonewoc have been converted into bike trails including the Elroy-Sparta State Trail, the Omaha Trail and the ‘400’ Trail.

As part of Native American Awareness Week, the HoChunk Nation Education Department sponsored a traditional dance display at West Side Elementary School. James Morris of Mauston High School (left), Robert Morris of Grayside Elementary School (center) and Terrance Cleveland of Lyndon Station Middle School (right) perform a welcoming dance for West Side and Lyndon Station Elementary School students. Delano, Buster and David Cleveland of Lyndon Station Elementary School also performed in the assembly, as did their younger sister Jackie Cleveland, father Garrick Cleveland and uncle John Morris. Both the Morris and Cleveland family are part of the HoChunk Nation and have participated in and won traditional dance competitions in the past. 7

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Juneau County La�es! Lemonweir River Where the Lemonweir enters Juneau County crossing Hwy H about 5 miles north of Camp Douglas deadfalls in the river are a constant source of obstacles. Paddling these headwaters is suitable only for the athletic, fit, adventurous boaters because of the work involved dodging, going through or portaging trees in the river. Take out is at the Lone Rock Bridge on 6th Avenue. Traveling further downriver is also possible but only for the hardy because of tree tops, branches and obstructions in the river until the Hwy M Bridge which is about 3 miles north of New Lisbon. The next portion of the Lemonweir River from the Highway M bridge to Juneau County’s Kennedy Park (also reached from Hwy M) takes about 2 to 3 hours and is a relatively easy paddle in open waterways. Thew new canoe/kayak put in near the bridge on Hwy M is on 37th Street (which runs parallel to the river on the south bank) about 1000 feet west of Hwy. M bridge. This stretch of river is suitable for all levels of paddlers including family groups. The area here is also rich in wildlife including deer, muskrat, beaver and many birds including ducks, Sandhill Cranes and song birds. Fishing for Bass, Northern, and pan fish is seasonally good. A couple of miles below the Highway M Bridge you will note a tall bluff on river right with a rock face or “dells”. Further downstream there is a take-out landing at Kennedy Park which is also available for camping with hand pump water supply and outhouses. Another good trip is from Kennedy Park downstream to the Riverside Park at the flowage at New Lisbon which usually takes about 2 hours to complete. There are quite a few dead trees in the water that can cause problems. This part of the route is totally wooded and isolated giving a sense of “getting away from it all”. Just before the lake at New Lisbon the river crosses under the I 90-94 Bridge. Riverside Park is located river left above the dam. This park was remodeled in 2009 to add new indoor toilets and coin operated warm showers. Some of the camp sites have electric hook-up facilities available. Fishing can be quite good both on the impoundment and just below the dam. For more information on this section of the river call the City of New Lisbon at 608-562-5213 weekdays or check the New Lisbon websites or The trip going down the Lemonweir River below the dam at New Lisbon to Mauston is a good six or seven hour paddle. If you do any fishing, sightseeing, exploring the various sloughs or looking at wildlife you may use up the whole day. Fishing is good along the route. When

you get to the big bluff overlooking the river you are at the headwaters of Mauston’s Lake Decorah. A short half hour later you arrive at the first boat landing off of highway 12-16 at the upstream portion of Lake Decorah. Paddlers will need to follow the channels through the reeds and wild rice beds to navigate downstream through Lake Decorah. Further downstream near the center of the city you will come alongside Riverside Park which has a boat landing. covered picnic shelter with tables at the west end and indoor flush toilets available at the east end of the park. No camping is allowed. For more information about the Mauston area call City Hall weekdays at 608-847-6676 or go to After you portage the Mauston dam river left over a low concrete wall, it is a pleasant three to three and half hour paddle down to 19th Street or Lemonweir Mills. This stretch of river is open water with no rapids or falls and suitable for all paddlers. A half hour below the Mauston Dam the river passes under the I 90-94 bridge. Another few hundred yards, straight ahead high in a huge pine is an extremely large Eagle’s nest which is occupied by an Eagle family. Downstream, at the 19th street bridge Lemonweir Mills is the location of an old dam site that was utilized for grain grinding in the 1800’s and later converted to a small hydroelectric plant which has now been removed. There are no facilities at this location but it is a good boat landing and picnic area. Fishing is very popular around the 19th street bridge at Lemonweir Mills. From 19th Street, Lemonweir Mills downstream to the Two Rivers Boat Landing near the junction of the Wisconsin River is a long day’s journey. Oftentimes there will be trees across the river that must be portaged or worked around. There is a lot of wildlife along this area especially prolific bird life with some Eagles and Sandhill Cranes along the way. Many sloughs and ox bows are found on the sides of the river. Take-out is available at the Two Rivers Boat Landing river right upstream of the junction with the Wisconsin River. The Juneau County’s Two River boat landing is reached via Hwy 82 east of Mauston, south on Hwy HH then east on 56th Street, continuing northeast on Cliff House Road and down to the river via Wisconsin Trail. There is a high rocky shoreline river right which is also the start of “The Dells”. It is possible to travel to the junction with the Wisconsin River downstream to River Bay Marina at the head of the Wisconsin Dells Flowage.


Juneau County Attractions

Wisconsin National Guard Library & Museum

This fully restored 1896 log lodge features exhibits including uniforms, weapons and equipment, terrain maps and dioramas of famous battles. Military vehicles from years past and static displays of aircraft are found throughout the grounds. Ph: 608-427-1280, 101 Independence Dr., Camp Douglas WI 54618

Cranberry Creek Archaeological District Contained with the Necedah National Wildlife Refuge, the site contains effigy mounds of the Woodland Culture People dating from 499 B.C. to 1499 A.D. The Woodland Culture people were the ancestors of the Ho-Chunk. The site is on the National Register of Historical Places. Necedah National Wildlife Refuge, Headquarters Rd., Necedah WI 54646, PH: 608-565-4412

Gee's Slough Effigy Mounds The Woodland Culture people, ancestors of the HoChunk, lived throughout this area from 499 B.C. to around 1500 A.D. Indian Mounds Park, just south of New Lisbon is the site of several effigy mounds including a rare flex-legged running panther. The park also includes a linear mound and several round or oval burial mounds that were used by the tribal nobility. The park is located on Indian Mound Road south of New Lisbon off Hwys 12 & 16 and is maintained by the New Lisbon Lions Club. The Effigy Mounds are listed on the National Register of Historical Places.

Harry A. Mortensen Collection

An impressive collection of artifacts from the Woodland Culture people, the collection represents the lifetime achievement of Harry A. Mortensen, a New Lisbon native. A portion of the collection can also be seen at Raabe's Pharmacy on Adams St. in New Lisbon. The Mortensen Collection is listed on the National Register of Historical Places. Harry A. Mortensen Collection, New Lisbon Memorial Library, 115 W Park St., New Lisbon WI 53950. PH: 608-562-3213

The Boorman House This 1876 Victorian mansion was built by Benjamin C. Boorman, a native of England. In 1864, he bought the Mauston dam, mills and water rights from the estate of M. M. Maughs. After a fire that destroyed the mills, he rebuilt a mill on the north side of the Lemonweir River to produce flour and feed. Later he built a sawmill and a wool carding mill on the south side of the dam and began construction of the Boorman House in 1874. The home features a grand staircase, a drawing room and a widow's walk. The Boorman House is now the home of the Juneau County Historical Society and showcases extensive collections of artifacts, records and research materials. Dr. McIntosh's medical office building is also preserved at the site and a building housing agricultural implements, wagons and workshops was recently completed. The Boorman House is open on weekends from Memorial Day to Labor Day and hosts a special Christmas Open House beginning around Thanksgiving. The house is listed on the National Register of Historical Places. Boorman House, 211 N. Union St., Mauston WI 53948. PH: 608-847-2070

Sprague Bridge This bridge spanning the Yellow River southeast of Finley WI in northern Juneau County has been listed on the National Register of Historical Places since 1995. Built in the early 1900s, the bridge is an excellent example of small bridge construction during that era.

Juneau County Courthouse Originally built in 1925, the Juneau County Courthouse, with its marbled

floors and richly paneled courtrooms, is listed on the National Register of Historical Places. It stands on a square in the center of Mauston, the county seat, and hosts many community activities including a farmers market during the summer. Juneau County Courthouse, 220 E. State St., Mauston WI 53948. PH: 608-847-9300.

Mauston Dam Site This dam, built in 1842, powered a saw mill owned by M. M. Maughs. The lake formed behind the dam is Lake Decorah, named after a prominent Ho-Chunk family in the area. The mill was destroyed in a fire in 1864 and later rebuilt in another location by Benjamin Boorman.

Buckley Bridge and Mill Drive out of New Lisbon on Hwy M past Kennedy County Park and you'll cross the Lemonweir River over the Buckley Bridge. The mill was built in 1850 and only its rock foundations can be seen today.

Marian Shrine Over 50 years ago, a local farm woman claimed to have a vision of the Virgin Mary at this site in Necedah. The followers of this group have built 14 grottoes to depict saints and events in the life of the Holy Family.

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New Lisbon Civil War Memorial A statue erected by the GAR in 1897 stands in Heritage Park on Adams St in New Lisbon. The statue and an authentic Civil War cannon honor the dead from the War Between the States. Also in the park is a restored horse trough that once sat at Adams and Bridge St. in the center of town.

The Elroy Historical Society Museum This quaint museum in downtown Elroy steps into the city's past when it was a bustling railroad town. Photographs and memorabilia from that bygone era includes a working model railroad for the young at heart. The museum is open from 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm on weekends from May 1 to September 30. 13

Juneau County La�es! The 4 Rivers of Juneau County By Ray Feldman Juneau County offers paddlers a wide variety of rivers from the small “creek type” of the Baraboo River between Union Center and Wonewoc to the largest river totally contained within the state: the Wisconsin River. The Lemonweir and Yellow Rivers provide two different types of medium sized rivers. All four rivers are free from falls and rapids although other hazards such as log jams and beaver felled trees may provide some obstacles to maneuver through, over or around by portaging. The Baraboo is the westernmost while the Lemonweir and Yellow occupy the central and the Wisconsin makes up the “East Coast” of the county since the Wisconsin runs the whole length of the eastern boundary. Moreover, the eastern county boundary is part of the 2nd and 4th largest lakes in the state: The Petenwell and Castle Rock Flowages respectively. For general information about all 4 rivers go to www.juneaucounty. com; click on “Tourism” and follow the “trails adventures”.

Castle Rock • Petenwell Lakes 2nd & 4th largest lakes in Wisconsin • • • • • • •

The Lakes The Lakes region of Juneau and Adams counties has something for everyone. Both Castle Rock and Petenwell Lakes are created by power dams on the Wisconsin River. The river forms the eastern boundary of the county. Castle Rock Lake is the fourth largest inland lake in Wisconsin and offers plenty of fishing, camping and boating. Buckhorn State Park, Castle Rock Park and Germantown Park offers visitors plenty of space to picnic and enjoy the view. Many campsites and resorts surround the lake and boat launches are plentiful. Whether your thing is jet skiing or sailing, there's plenty of big water for you to enjoy for a day, a week or a lifetime. Petenwell Lake is the second largest inland lake in Wisconsin, and is well known for its great fishing. Walleyes, northern pike, muskies and pan fish are plentiful and there's plenty of public boat launches available. The lake is 23,000+ acres over a 36 sq. mile area. It was created in 1948 by damming the Wisconsin River near Necedah. Its maximum depth is over 40' and is well-known for its excellent fishing and waterfowling. American eagles winter at the dam and can be observed daily during the season. Camping at Wilderness Park on Petenwell Lake ranges from full hookup to primitive and the scenery is great.

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Juneau County La�es! Yellow River The Yellow River is best paddled from below the Necedah Dam down to the Crappie point boat landing at the East end of 32nd Street at the upper end of Castle Rock Flowage. The put-in is at the south end of the village from Hwy. 80 marked by “Boat Landing” signs via Ninth Street easterly to the river. Crappie Point is well marked by “Boat Landing” signs about four miles south of Necedah on Highway 58 then taking 32nd Street easterly to the landing which is part of the Buckhorn State Park. Buckhorn State Park Wildlife area at the upper end of Castle Rock Flowage. Put in is either at the south end of the village near the railroad trestle from Hwy 80 via Ninth Street easterly to the river or by taking Hwy 21 easterly to the other side (east) of the river and then doubling back to just below the dam to the put in. Downstream from the dam, the overhead wires supported by two vertical poles are in Necedah. After this the trip downstream goes through the typical river bottom lowlands with lots of sloughs, potholes and meanders.

The trip from Necedah to Crappie Point boat landing on Castle Rock Lake takes about 4-5 hours and is for intermediate to experienced canoers/kayakers. There are no falls or rapids but the swift currents and numerous deadfalls in the river can make for tricky paddling. Winding through the obstacle course of the many trees fallen into the river can be fun for experienced paddlers, and very tricky where there are swift currents. Logjams may require portages. The forested setting feels remote and wild with lots of wildlife and many bird species. The single vertical pole overhead wires are about half way to Crappie Point. Shortly after, the river splits. Take the left channel (river left). Bald Eagles are often seen in this area. You are now entering the Yellow River Wildlife area where the river slows down as the flowage waters are backed up from Castle Rock Lake. When you see the Buckhorn Bridge paddle to the west shore (river right) to get to Crappie Point boat landing where a State Park Permit fee and sticker are required. For more information call the Village of Necedah weekdays at 608-565-2261.


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Baraboo River

sandstone cliff. This region is also known in Indian lore to have been habitat for the Winnebago Indians. On the bank opposite the Third Castle is a picnic area where you can stop and relax and enjoy the peaceful, scenic setting.

Elroy is “on the move” and so is the Baraboo River. The Mayor, Mark Stanek, and City Administrator, Mark Stewart, put into motion a project to cut trail in the Baraboo River from the DNR parking lot on Hwy. 71 and ending at the canoe launch at Schultz Park. The plan is to have the Baraboo River passable by the opening of the Bike Trails in 2014. Once cleared, it would take about an hour and half to paddle and there is a rumor of a cnoe/kayak outfiller comming to town. Imagine the adventure you could have right here in Elroy. As the Baraboo River flows through Juneau County, it is first accessible for a downstream venture in the Village of Union Center. The river is 10 to 20 feet wide and offers a comfortable 3 hour ride to Wonewoc that is free of rapids and falls. Paddlers put-in on the north side of Highway 33, adjacent to the Spring Valley Golf Course. The river follows a snake-like scenic path through the “driftless area” of Juneau County. As you travel downstream, the river goes through the typical river bottom lowlands, with lots of meanders and sloughs off to the side. Wildlife is very abundant with deer, beaver, raccoon, sand hill cranes, Canada geese and other assorted birds and animals. Along the way, the Baraboo River passes through a mostly low-canopied, wooded setting that feels remote and wild and may, at times, require maneuvering or portaging around fallen trees caused by the beavers in the area. Approximately halfway between Union Center and Wonewoc, you will paddle next to a huge rock formation known as the Third Castle, a sheer 150-foot

As you continue toward Wonewoc, the State 400 Bike Trail crosses the river at two points. After winding past the edge of the village, the river passes in quick succession under the County Highway FF and the Washington Street bridges. “The Lost District” is a new park in this area. It has a concrete landing for canoes and kayaks, a covered picnic shelter, and other facilities. Eats and treats are available at several locations in downtown Wonewoc, which is within a short walking distance from this landing area. Camping is also available at this site as well as at Baker’s Field and the Wonewoc Legion Park. All of these camping areas can be viewed on our website: The Baraboo River has a rich history that included at least eleven dams built along various places on the river within its 120+ mile length. However, all dams have been removed from the main branch so the Baraboo River has the distinction of being the “longest free flowing (undammed) river in the nation.” Canoe/kayak rentals and shuttle services are available locally in the Village of Wonewoc through Beyond Boundaries at 608-464-7433. For additional information, visit their website:

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Juneau County La�es! Wisconsin River

Since the Wisconsin River starts at the Michigan border a couple of hundred river miles upstream from Juneau County and is fed by dozens of smaller streams and rivers the Wisconsin River is “Big Water” by the time it gets to northernmost Juneau County. It can become quite powerful and dangerous when high. The first boat landing upstream in Juneau County is located in the town of Armenia of the eastern end of 4th Street accessed from County Highway G north of Necedah. This section of river already is part of the Petenwell Flowage which is the 2nd largest lakes in Wisconsin. Because of the wide open expanses of the Petenwell Flowage, winds can cause big waves to build up very quickly. Paddlers should exercise caution wearing their PFDs and staying close to the western shore (down river right) when paddling the Petenwell. A short way downstream on the Petenwell Flowage is located Juneau County’s Wilderness Park (for more information call 608-5657285 (Mid May – September) or 608-847-9389 (October – Mid May) at the east end of 9th street accessed from County Rd. G, North of Necedah. This is a modern park with facilities including coin operated showers, flush toilets, 120 campsites and a concrete paved boat launching area. Another boat launch area is located at

the eastern end of 10th street which is a public landing located on Petenwell Flowage reached off County Trunk G north of Necedah. Further downstream below the Petenwell Dam east of Necedah on the eastern side of the Highway 21 Bridge over the Wisconsin River in Adams County is a public boat landing with outhouse facilities and hand pump well water. This is a well developed boat launching area and large power boats put in here to go up stream to the Petenwell dam for fishing and cruise further downstream into Castle Rock Lake. Further downstream is the county owned Osprey Boat Landing on the north end of Castle Rock Flowage which is accessed from County Highway G south of Highway 21 and north of Mauston via State Highway 58. Continuing downstream, the public May’s Point landing on Castle Rock Flowage is accessed on the east end of 29th Street off of Highway G north of the Buckhorn State Park which is reached by traveling north of Mauston via State Highway 58. Several canoe and power boat landings are also available in the Buckhorn State Park which is reached by Highway 58 north of Mauston and east on County Highway G. Juneau County also has a modern large County Park known as Castle Rock north of Mauston on Highway G and on the shores of Castle Rock Flowage with concrete boat ramps, flush toilets,

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Wisconsin River (continued) coin operated hot showers with 250 campsites. (For information and reservations call 608-847-7089 (Mid May – September) or 608-8479389 (October – Mid May). Between the Castle Rock Dam and the Dells you will encounter a calm free flowing stretch of the Wisconsin River. In this quiet stretch above the bustling Dells, you will find great fishing holes and shorelines abundant with wildlife. No speed boats here. This is where you come to enjoy nature. A short distance downriver from the dam you will find Castle Rock Resort. Located on the western shore of the Wisconsin River, this resort boasts the actual Castle Rock on its property and has camping facilities, hot showers, laundry facilities, seasonal sites, a boat launch and a bar. It is a great midway stopping point between the Castle Rock Dam and the Dells. It is open mid April through mid November. The resort is located east of Mauston on Hwy 82, traveling North via 49th St. and 26th Ave. (For information and reservations call 608-847-6269 or visit As you continue further down this lazy stretch you will find Point Bluff Resort

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on the east shore. Here you will find a bar and restaurant, canoe, kayak and tube rentals as well as camping and seasonal sites. (For information and reservations contact 608-253-6181or visit Further downstream on the Wisconsin River is the Juneau County owned public Two Rivers boat landing on the Lemonweir River about one quarter mile upstream from the junction with the Wisconsin River. The Two Rivers Boat Landing is northeast of Lyndon Station accessible from Highway HH thence going east on 56th Street onto Cliff House Road and down to the river via Wisconsin Trail. Going downstream there is also the River Bay Marina on the Wisconsin River at the upper end of the Wisconsin Dells Flowage. River Bay has flush toilets, coin operated hot showers, laundry facilities and is also located east of Lyndon Station via County N and four miles north of Wisconsin Dells. Additionally the Town of Lyndon has a public boat landing on the Wisconsin River accessed from Highway N at the end of 60th Street which requests a donation for use. Louis Bluff is the

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Wisconsin River (continued) large highland just upstream of River Bay Marina. The Bluff was named after the Frenchman Louis Dopless who settled here in 1846. The high wooded prominence is fronted by beautiful cliffs along the river. Traveling further downriver from the RiverBay Marina on the Wisconsin River paddlers experience the extremes of a lake-widening of the river and a long narrow rocky gorge. Downstream from River Bay on the right are the Palisades, towering rock formations eroded by wind and water. They signal the beginning of the Upper Dells. In this section of the Upper Dells the Wisconsin River can be extremely dangerous at high water and should never be paddled by inexperienced boaters at any water level. Big tour boats and other motorized craft oftentimes create hazardous wakes in the last four miles of this section. In “The Jaws” the river is 120 feet deep! Because that during the height of the tourism season thousands of people view this part of the Dells from large motor launches and other


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fast boats, for most people the best way to see the Dells is from a tour boat obtained in Wisconsin Dells. For experienced paddlers a good time to try this route is at dawn well before the tour boats get started. For skilled paddlers, the trip through the Upper Dells is quite a remarkable experience. Quite a bit of the land along both sides of the river is owned by the Department of Natural Resources so that the rugged grandeur of the Dells has been preserved in a natural state. Natural wonders in this river portion include Witches Glen, Steamboat Rock, Cold Water Canyon, The Giant’s Shield (at waterline), The Devil’s Elbow, Blackhawk’s Profile, and Chimney Rock. One option could be to put in at the pull off alongside County N near the head of Black Hawk Island. From this point you can paddle a route around the island and back again to avoid a shuttle or as an alternative, paddlers could continue down river into Wisconsin Dells to the municipal boat landing. Don’t forget to check for more “Trails Adventures” under “Tourism”. on castle rock lake



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One thousand years ago this land was a vast peat bog with sand ridges which evolved through time into Necedah’s wetlands and woodlands.

In 1939, Necedah – Ho Chunk for “land of yellow waters” – was established as a refuge and breeding ground for migratory birds and other wildlife.



2014 Necedah National Wildlife Refuge

Step into the beauty of Central Wisconsin and immerse yourself in a mosaic of habitates on 44,000 acres. Savanna, prairie, wetland, and forest all intertwine across the refuge’s new visitor center and boardwalks. They serve as a gateway to your refuge experience. Take in the sights and sounds of the refuge in the exhibit hall or visit with friendly staff to find the right hiking trail or driving experience for you. The refuge hosts over 230 bird species includeing red-headed woodpeckers, whopping cranes, wood ducks, and eagles. Visitor’s also have the chance at seeing bears, deer, porcupines, otter, turtles, wolves and many more wildlife species. Although the “Great Swamp” may be known for its biting insects, don’t dismiss our dragonflies and butterflies! One of the most sought after insects by photographers includes the endangered Karner blue butterfly.. The refuge is open year round from sunrise to sunset for wildlife observation, photography, hiking, fishing, hunting and much more! The visitor center is open 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday thru Saturday. Closed on Federal holidays, Christmas Eve, and New Year’s Eve. Please see our website for seasonal information and events: or call 608-565-2551. Events and hours are subject to change so please call ahead.

Necedah National Wildlife Refuge stretches north and south along Hwy. 80 and east and west along Hwy. 21. The visitor center is located off Hwy. four miles west of Necedah or 18 miles east of Tomah. Turn north onto Headquarters Road and follow the signs two miles to the visitor center.

The refuge provides programs for organized groups by reservation, general public programs the second Saturday of each month, and photography programs the fourth Satuday of the month. Refuge events and programs are free and open to the public. Activities are subject to change. Contac tthe refuge at 608-5652551 or fo rmore information. All events are supported by the Friends of Necedah National Wildlife Refuge Inc. Your membership and participation is appreciated.

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Refuge Activities Hiking is permitted on designated trails, except during gun deer season. A Watchable Wildlife Hot Spots brochure is available at refuge office with nature trails identified.



Rules & Regulations Necedah National Wildlife Refuge is an area set aside, and managed for wildlife. To avoid or reduce disturbance during critical periods, public recreation has been limited. Wildlife viewing is encouraged yearround throughout the refuge. However, except as specified in the following regulations, public activities are restricted to township roads. Authorized activities, seasons and open areas are listed below. Brochures are available for additional information on wildlife viewing, birding, hunting, fishing, and berry picking. Consult the appropriate brochures before participating in these activities.



Refuge Activities Hiking is permitted on designated trails, except during gun deer season. A Watchable Wildlife Hot Spots brochure is available at refuge office with nature trails identified.



Fishing is permitted in designated refuge waters according to state regulations during portions of the state season. A fishing brochure is available at the refuge headquarters. Motorized boats are permitted in the Suk-Cerney flowage. Boats without motors are allowed in other open flowages. Hunting is permitted in certain zones during portions of the state hunting seasons. A hunting brochure is available at the refuge headquarters. No public activity other than hunting is permitted on the refuge during the nine day state gun deer hunting season. Berry picking, birding, and hiking are permitted refuge-wide, July 1- August 15.

Although no groomed trails exist, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing are permitted refugewide, December 15 - March 31.

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Fishing is permitted in designated refuge waters according to state regulations during portions of the state season. A fishing brochure is available at the refuge headquarters. NEARBY Motorized boatsATTRACTIONS are permitted in the Necedah Wildlife 5 miles Suk-Cerney flowage.Refuge Boats-without Buckhorn State Park - 5 miles motors are allowed in other open Castle Rock/Petenwell Lakes -2 miles flowages. Casinos - 4 within 50 miles Wisconsin Dells - 35 n Hunting is permitted in miles certain zones during portions of the state hunting STAYYOUR WAY seasons. A hunting brochure is Motel Rooms - Standard & Deluxe available the refuge headquarters. 1 & 2 at Bedroom Cabins No public activity other than Honeymoon Cabin hunting is permitted on the refuge Camping Cabins during the nine day state gun deer Campground hunting season. n


Although no groomed trails exist, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing are permitted refugewide, December 15 - March 31.

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Necedah Necedah National Wildlife Refuge Formation of a Refuge WISCONSIN Necedah NWR

Situated on the bed of former Glacial Lake Wisconsin and the great Central Wisconsin Swamp is a vast peat land laced with dry ridges of sand deposited by waves of melt-water. Today, this complex of wetlands, openlands, and woodlands forms the foundation for many central Wisconsin communities and the Necedah National Wildlife Refuge. Necedah is a Winnebago Indian word meaning “land of yellow waters.” It refers to the tawny, yellow water, stained by minerals in the soil, which drains into the Wisconsin River some seven miles east of the refuge. Besides the Winnebago (also called Ho-Chunk), this area was also inhabited at various times by the Sauk, Fox, Potawatomi and Ojibwa.

Necedah: Serving Wildlife, Habitat & People

Europeans first settled this area in the late 19th century. Logging was followed by land drainage and farming, which were difficult due to short growing seasons and droughty soils. After a series of intense fires in the early 1930s, many farmsteads were abandoned and refuge lands were acquired under the National Industrial Recovery Act of 1933 and the Emergency Relief Appropriation Act of 1935. On March 14, 1939, Franklin D. Roosevelt established Necedah Migratory Waterfowl Refuge “. . . as a refuge and breeding ground for migratory birds and other wildlife.” Today, this 44,000-acre area is known as Necedah National Wildlife Refuge.

The National Wildlife Refuge System is a chain of over 500 refuges occupying some 97 million acres of land. Necedah National Wildlife Refuge is a vital link in this system, providing important services to wildlife, people, and the habitats which support them. In addition to fulfilling its role as a refuge and breeding ground for migratory birds and other wildlife, Necedah is also responsible for preserving a natural diversity and abundance of fauna and flora, and for providing for the needs of threatened or endangered animals and plants. While the needs of wildlife are our first priority, Necedah also provides opportunities for people to enjoy and learn about our natural world through such wildlife-compatible activities as hiking, hunting, fishing, and attending educational and interpretive programs.

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Whenever you choose to visit Necedah you may see white-tailed deer, wild turkeys, ruffed grouse or even a black bear! Necedah’s Wildlife Necedah’s success in preserving and restoring habitat for wildlife and people is evident by the sights you see while walking the Boghaunter Trail or visiting the refuge’s other wildlife viewing “hot spots.” (See Wildlife Viewing Hot Spots brochure).

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An experimental release of whooping crane chicks started at the refuge in 2001. The goal is to restore a selfsustaining population that migrates in eastern North America.


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Brilliant displays of wildflowers – golds, purples, magentas, whites and reds; a special treat when viewed from the shade of a large, stately oak.

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Spectacular waterbird migrations. Thousands of birds, including scaup, wigeons, swans, ring-necks, sandhill cranes, canvasbacks, mallards, teal, Canada geese and shorebirds.

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Necedah National Wildlife Refuge provides habitat for the gray wolf in Wisconsin. The gray wolf, or timber wolf, was listed as federally-endangered in Wisconsin in 1967. Migrating naturally into Wisconsin from Minnesota, wolves have reclaimed their territory with several packs located in and outside the refuge.

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Bald eagles nest, feed, and rest on the refuge. You can usually view eagles soaring over the refuge’s major wetlands.

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Necedah is home to the Karner blue butterfly. This tiny butterfly is dependent upon Necedah’s barrens habitat. The larvae feed exclusively on wild lupine; the adults feed on nectar from a variety of wildflowers.


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Many species of wildlife are best seen in the early morning and evening hours. Your vehicle makes a good blind, so drive slowly and watch for movement. Approach vistas slowly – tops of dikes and the edges of woodlands may offer rewarding views! Please move quietly to avoid disturbing wildlife.


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Communities of Juneau County Camp Douglas


Camp Douglas, nestled among the rugged peaks of natural rock formations and the beautiful terrain of the area, is the western gateway to Juneau County and the home of Volk Field and Camp Williams Military facilities. The friendly village has an atmosphere of mutual caring and concern that shows in their providing a recreation center for all age groups. The village boasts several tourist attractions, excellent restaurants, hunting, fishing, biking, and hiking.

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Elroy is on the West fork of the Baraboo River in the heart of Wisconsin's 'driftless' area. The forested hills and valleys provide natural beauty and plenty of chances to spend some quality time with your family. Three bike trails, a theater, library and a museum are just a few of its attractive features. Elroy is best known as the birthplace and home of former Governor Tommy Thompson. The '400' State Trail, the Elroy-Sparta State Trail and the Juneau County Omaha Trail are the three bicycle trails that meet in Elroy. They are all built on discontinued rail lines that once served the area. They are also used as snowmobile trails in the winter. The Elroy-Sparta trail was the first official 'Rails to Trails' bicycle trail in the nation. The Elroy-Sparta trail and the '400' trail join at the Elroy Commons, and the Omaha trail is connected by way of the new covered bridge.

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As you enter this charming little city from Interstate 90/94, you're greeted by several of our businesses along with a calm, serene pond and the lovely Riverside Park. New Lisbon is located just 12 miles from Castle Rock Lake; the 4th largest inland lake in Wisconsin.

On the shores of the lake you'll find Castle Rock County Park, Buckhorn State Park, and several private resorts and campgrounds. Look for adventure in New Lisbon in Juneau County! Excellent recreational opportunities await you all year round. Fishing, boating, hiking, cross-country skiing and snowmobiling and the nearby Elroy-Sparta State Bike Trail as well as the Omaha Trail beckon you to explore, or to rest and relax among majestic pines and oaks.


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The most southern village in Juneau County, Wonewoc is a peaceful village located in an unglaciated area. It is enhanced by many rocky bluffs and pine trees. The countryside is truly unique and spectacular. The friendly atmosphere of the village is evident from the moment you come into town. The scenic village park offers many varied recreational activities for both adults and children. Wonewoc is the midpoint of the 400 State Trail. (The 400 State Trail is one of Wisconsin's newest recreational trails.) It boasts good schools, churches, clubs, organizations, and a library which offers the latest in books, records, tapes, etc. The local government has done a great job in making this a village to be proud of.


Union Center

Union Center is a quiet little village tucked among pine forests and natural sandstone bluffs in the southeast corner of Juneau County. Union Center is on the 400 State Trail, a four-season, recreational trail built on an abandoned railroad bed. Union Center's casual, rural setting is perfect for getting close to nature but there are plenty of activities for those who like to keep busy. Picnicking, playing basketball in the park, canoeing on the scenic Baraboo River or playing a round of golf on a challenging 9-hole course are just some of the ways to have some fun.

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Hustlerfest August 2014

15th Annual Waterfest Venetian Lights Boat Parade

For more information and dates visit

Fly In Drive In

August 2, 2014 Join us as we light up the night! Be part of the celebration from the best seat in the house, the Captain’s seat of your own boat! Cruise beautiful Castle Rock Lake beneath a thousand stars and the brilliance of a dazzling fireworks display. Waterfest is one of Juneau County, Wisconsin’s most festive events, so please join us for the day or better yet, the entire weekend! See our ad on page 10.

New Lisbon Breakfast, lunch, aircraft on display, antique-classic cars on display, arts and crafts, chopper rides available.

“What Happens in Hustler Happens at Hayshakers!”

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Open Daily 11 a.m. - Close

112 E. Main St., Hustler

608-427-6604 Call for schedule of events

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Happy Hour Mon.-Thurs. 4-7 p.m.

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Located Mid-Point of Elroy-Sparta Bike Trail Double Occupancy, $95-$115 Hearty Breakfast at Restaurant Included Rollaways Available • In Ground Heated Pool Swing Set for the Kids (888) 435-6525

Dorset Valley School Restaurant ~

Stay in one of our beautifully appointed rooms Located along the Elroy-Sparta Bike Trail Harmony Bistro Restaurant on site Breakfast included in overnight stay

Amish Driving Tour Maps Available Here 202 E. Main Street, Hustler 608-427-3787

• Delicious Home Cooking • Breakfast-Lunch-Dinner • Friday Night Fish Fry 4-Close

Bakery ~

• Fresh Baked Daily

Now Serving Beer & Wine!

Schoolhouse Furniture ~

Now Open Gourmet Coffee & Smoothie Shop! Open Mon.-Sat., 8 a.m.-9 a.m. Sun., 8 a.m.-2 p.m.

Ron Drews, Owner • Crafts - Original Local • Beautiful Amish Crafted Furniture • Custom Orders Available

LowEST PricES in ThE ArEA, wiLL BEAT Any coMPETiTorS’ PricE!

Located next to Trail-Side Bed & Breakfast 26147 State Hwy. 71, Wilton, WI 54670 • (608) 435-6876 email: 33

Annual Turtle Dunk

New Lisbon

January 1, 2015 At the Dirty Turtle on Castle Rock Lake

Plunge for Cancer

5000 sq. ft. Banquet Hall • 350 Seating Capacity Outside Ceremonies

608-562-5931 Safe, homelike assisted living

612 View Street | New Lisbon 608-562-3667

Jacuzzi Suites • Wi-Fi • Continental Breakfast 1700 E. Bridge St. • New Lisbon, WI 53950 • 608-562-5141

12th Annual


n5873 Hwy. 12 & 16, Between new Lisbon & Mauston

Saturday, Aug 30th

at the Mauston/New Lisbon Airport (82C) County B approximately 1 mile south of New Lisbon, then left on Ferdon Road

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Arts & Crafts Market RC Aircraft Display/Show Antique/Classic Car Show Antique Farm Machinery Experimental & Home Built Aircraft on Display . . . And MUCH MORE!

Watch for Our

YOUNG EAGLE DAY June 21, 2013 Free Plane Rides for 8-17 yrs. of age!

BREAKFAST AST 7:00am to 10:30am LUNCH 10:30am to 2:00pm Breakfast, lunch and refreshments served by the Mauston Lions Club Sponsored by EAA Chapter 1365, Oakdale Electric Co., JCDEC, Lemonwier Valley Telephone & Lynx 24, The Cities of Mauston and New Lisbon For General Information Contact Tom Chudy at 608-547-6503 or 608-565-2136 • email: 34

Wine Tasting Open 7 Days a Week 11:00-5:00 Anytime by appointment.

Fall Harvest Festival First Weekend after Labor Day spring Festival Last Weekend in April Winery available in evenings for parties, small weddings, public gatherings. Call for details 562-5271

Juneau County Parks Juneau County offers a wealth of outdoor recreational areas administered by federal, state, county, and local agencies. In fact, we have a total of 68 parks - about 75,000 acres in all. Half the county is forested. With our waysides, recreational trails, and 57 lakes and public boat accesses, it's easy to see why our 'backyard' is a recreational paradise. Castle Rock Park has over 300 campsites on 160 acres. It is located on Highway G about seven miles from Mauston, Wisconsin, on Beautiful Castle Rock Lake which covers 16,000 acres. Amenities at the park include spots for tents, trailers and RV's, showers, flush toilets, water, playgrounds, picnic tables, swimming (supervised beach), a park officer, boating and boat access, fishing, water skiing, canoeing, grills, shelter, electricity, and concessions.

Buckhorn State Park

Maps of Castle Rock and Wilderness Campgrounds can be viewed at asp, in the Parks & Recreation Areas section. You can see the layout and amenities, then call to make your reservation for the camping site you would like. Camping reservation for Castle Rock Park can be made at 608-847-9389 or 608-847-7089. Wilderness Park is over 80 acres and has over 100 campsites for tent and trailer. Electricity, toilets, boating, swimming, fishing, playground, picnic tables, concessions, grills, firewood, water, group camping, shelter, scenic trails, boat ramp, water skiing, and showers are available. Wilderness Park is in Armenia Township and the address of the park is; 3650 21st Avenue, Necedah, WI 54646. Camping reservation for Wilderness park can be made at 608-847-9389 or 608-565-7285. Kennedy Park, on the shores of the Lemonweir River, is situated within a 200 acre parcel of County Forest. The park is located 3 miles north of New Lisbon on County Road M, and offers rustic camping with selfregistration. There are 12 camping sites that are on a first come basis. The shelter can be reserved for $25 by calling the Parks office at 608-847-9389. There is a boat landing for smaller boats and canoes, as well as playground equipment. Kennedy Park is also home to the Wisconsin Bow Hunters Annual Bowshoot every September, which includes lots of demonstrations, food, vendors, and much more! Call 608-562-3555 or 608562-5213 for more information on the Bowshoot. Buckhorn State Park includes a 4,500-acre park and wildlife area along the Castle Rock Flowage and Yellow River. Most of the 43 walk-in sites are along the Castle Rock Flowage and are accessible using available carts or by boat. There are eleven family/drive-in sites and three group campsites, picnic and swimming areas, two picnic shelters with electric that are available for rentals, amphitheater, hiking and cross country ski trails, boat launches, canoe/kayak rentals, self guided canoe nature trail, accessible fishing pier and waterfowl hunting blinds, a two-story accessible wildlife blind, and an accessible cabin for people with disabilities. Camping reservations can be made through Reserve America at 1-888-947-2757 or online at For further information contact Buckhorn State Park at 608-565-2789 or visit the park's website at: www.dnr.state. 38



Monday, Wednesday & Friday 4-6 p.m. 2-4-1 House Margaritas, Wines & Liquors Bucket of (5) Beers................ $9.99 Tuesday Beef Crunchy Taco .... $1.00 Thursday Wraps ................... $5.99 Dine-in or Carry-out

Open Mon-Fri., 11 a.m. – 9 p.m.; Sat. 11:30 a.m. – 9 p.m.; Sun. noon – 8 p.m.

651 N. Union Street, Mauston


Serving the area for 35 years! FridayFishFry (InSeason)

TryourChar-broiled Burgers! 2 miles N. of MaustonoffHwy.58


Open: Wed-Sun 11am-Close

On Beautiful Castle Rock Lake

Boat Ramp, Gas, Docks, Great Food

Stop by for one of our daily food specials • Homemade Pizza • Great Burgers • Ahi Tuna • Shrimp • Kids’ Meals • Specialty Drinks Summer Happy Hour Specials Mon. - Thurs. 11a.m.-6p.m.

Best and Closest View of the Lake!

On Castle Rock Lake

Daily Specials Mon. – $1 Burgers Mon.& Wed. – Peel & Eat Shrimp Special Tues. – ½ off Pizzas & $10 buckets of Beer (dine-in only) Wed. – Blue Gill & AUCE Catfish Specials Thurs. – (2) 5 oz. Pork Chops or 10 oz. Sirloin Steak Dinners Fri. - Fish Fry Sat. – Prime Rib for 2 & Steak Specials Sun. – AUCE Chicken & Ribs


Friday Night Fish Fry

Serving appetizers, delicious sandwiches, pizza and fish.

Breakfast served Saturday & Sunday Memorial Day – Labor Day


N7265 Shacks Road, Mauston

N13903 Hwy. 80 Necedah/Sprague


Daily SpecialS Weekend Breakfast 7:30 a.m. – noon

Try our Charcoal Steaks & Burgers

all you can eat nightly SpecialS MOTEL-BAR-GRILL-CAMPGROUND


European Cuisine – Specializing in Steaks, Fish, Pasta & European Cuisine

AllOccasion BanquetFacilities

W3151 38th St., New Lisbon

Hours: Mon.-Thurs. 4 p.m. – close, Fri. noon-close, Sat. & Sun. 7:30 a.m. – close

Full liquor Bar Weekend only Charcoal Grilled Steak, ribs & Chicken

PiG roaST

– all You CaN EaT Weekends from Mid-May to Mid-September

N8404 19th avenue Necedah 608-565-2695

Dining Indoor or Outdoor Deck


Waterfront Dining


“Best Vienna Dogs Outside of Chicago” Open April - Labor Day

RV CampgRound & Log Cabin ResoRt Casual priCes with an elegant taste!

Italian & American Cuisine Specializing in Homemade Pasta Friday Fish Fry & Saturday Prime Rib Kozy’s Pizza Full Bar Happy Hour Mon.-Fri. 4-6p.m. Live Music Summer Tiki Bar on the Beach

Hand Picked Steaks and Carefully Selected Seafood Gourmet Lunch & Dinner Specials Our Famous “The Reel Fall-Off-The-Bone”

BBQ Rack Ribs


Gilligan’s Island & stop in for a refreshing beverage or a delicious meal. N6895 Ridgewater Dr. Mauston (Next to Castle Rock Park off Hwy. G)


Monday thru Saturday 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Call aheaD fOr quiCk piCk-up 608-847-6909 Located In


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Slow Roasted & Char Grilled All You Can Eat

Chicken & Fish Buffet FRidAy at 4 p.m.

2,000 sq. ft. Lounge!

Drop Anchor


Book Your Parties, No room Charge! BaNquet room & CateriNg availaBle

N9671 Hwy. 80 S., Necedah 608-565-2262 Located 25 Min. N. of WI Dells Between Petenwell & Castle Rock Lakes Right on ATV & Snowmobile Trails!

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Trail Break P izzas & Snacks Happy Hour Thursday 5-6 p.m.

N1068 Hwy. K, Mauston 608-847-5104

Pizza & SnackS Free Pool Mon. & Tues.

Happy Hour

Mon.-Thurs. 4-7 p.m. Open 11 a.m. - Close Daily



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“What Happens in Hustler Happens at Hayshakers!” 112 E. Main St., Hustler

608-427-6604 Call for schedule of events


Dining European Cuisine



Coffee, Mochas, Lattes,Tea, Specialty Drinks HOT • COLD • FROZEN 531 State Hwy. 82 E., Mauston, WI


County Rd. Z to Dover Drive on the Adams Co. side of Castle Rock Lake

Phone (608) 339-6300 Open year round Nightly Specials Sunday Brunch

Seasonal Memorial - Labor Day

Friday Seafood Buffet Hand Cut Steaks Sandwiches Soup & Salad Bar

Costa Ricky’s Beach Bar

Open during summer months Fri., Sat. & Sun. 42

Specializing in Steaks, Fish, Pasta & European Cuisine Serving Most Everything, but Steaks! Breakfast served daily Daily Specials Located at Hwy. 82 & Z 608-564-2216 Open Daily 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.



BUCKHORN STORE N8414 Cty. Hwy. G Necedah

Fresh Homemade,

Specialty Pizzas or Create Your Own! Dine-In, Carryout or Take & Bake

Delicious Burgers


Exceptional Sandwiches




Mouth Watering Steaks, Homemade Soups & Appetizers

Catering, Meeting & Banquet Rooms for Small or Large Events

Hwy. 82 E, Mauston 608-847-4000

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Join the Fun!

ATV/UTV riding is a great family experience and Juneau County has miles and miles of routes to explore traversing 21 municipalities. But, each municipality has its own governance over ridership. It is important for visitors to know the designated roads, speed limits, age limits, time of day, and dates open. The best way to stay up-to-date and ride legally is to ride with someone who knows the area – like an ATV club member. You can join any one of our clubs and experience a fun-filled, rewarding ride.

Bear Bluff ATV Club

Castle Rock Family ATV Club Over the Hill ATV Club

Petenwell ATV Club:

Sauk Ridge Runners





Seasonal Camping at its Best!

Get Away in Luxury

Portofino Bay Castle Rock Lake

Bar & Restaurant

“We mow your lawn!”


Rent, Rent-to-own or Own Your Site

Boat Rentals

Live Entertainment

Y -Round Usage • Large Wooded Campsites Year-Round 50’ x 90’ • Volleyball & Basketball • City Water & City Sewer • Peaceful & Quiet • Playground & Horseshoes • Heated Pool 7 Mi. W. of Wisconsin Dells Lyndon Station - Hwy 12/16

& DJ


Serving the area for 35 years!

18 Hole Championship Public Golf Course

Camping & Seasonal Sites Available Bar & Restaurant

2 miles N. of Mauston off Hwy. 58

On Castle Rock Lake Open May - Mid - October

Well Shaded Units Sandy Beach • Boating Fishing • Water Hook-ups Grocery Store, Beer & Liquor Hot Showers • FlushToilets 7 miles north of Mauston on 58 to G, turn right 3 miles to campsite


Call for rates & tee times. 608.847.4658


Hwy. 82 & Z Wisconsin Dells 608-253-6181

N6895 Ridgewater Dr. Mauston (Next to Castle Rock Park off Hwy. G)

608-350-0555 45


Castle Rock • Petenwell Lakes 2nd & 4th largest lakes in Wisconsin Waterfront & offshore privacy Only 3.5 hours from Chicago or Minneapolis 30-45 minutes N. of Wisconsin Dells Over 20 homes to choose from Privately owned, year-round homes Accommodations for 4-16 Weekly, nightly, monthly rentals

Seasonal & Daily Camping Sites WI Dells minutes away

Jacuzzi Suites • Family Suites • Whirlpool Room Service • Lounge Sauna • Heated Indoor and Outdoor Pool

Guests receive many discounts!

888-404-2688 Visit our website for pictures, descriptions and rates.


Exit 69 • Hwy. 82 & I-90-94, Mauston, Wisconsin

Stay in one of our beautifully appointed rooms

Rest, Relaxation & Fun!

Located along the Elroy-Sparta Bike Trail

Fishing & Pontoon Boat Rentals

Harmony Bistro Restaurant on site

Breakfast included in overnight stay

Amish Driving Tour Maps Available Here

202 E. Main Street, Hustler 608-427-3787 46

Open May 1st to October 15th Off Season Rates Available

Boat launch/Piers Daily or Weekly

Modern Cabins • swiMMing Playground Your Hosts: Art (Buck) & Barb Wells Sorry, no pets allowed. Credit cards not accepted

W4926 Hwy. G, Mauston, WI 53948 Phone 608-847-7286 Fax 608-847-5827 Email:

Pet Friendly Bar on Site Boat Launch • Fishing Banquet Facility Tucked Away in the Woods alongside the Beautiful Wisconsin River 49th St. & 26th Ave. Mauston 608-847-6269

Complimentary Hot Breakfast Whirlpool Suites Indoor Pool & Spa Chula Vista Waterpark Passes With Room Harm A Rita’s Pub Fridge & Microwaves in every room

608-847-5959 1001 Hwy 82 Mauston

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Mid-Point of Elroy-Sparta Bike Trail

Double Occupancy, $95-$115 Hearty Breakfast Included

• Rollaways • In Ground Heated Pool • Swing Set for the Kids

(888) 435-6525

Travelers Inn


• 5000 sq. ft. Banquet Hall • 350 Seating Capacity • Outside Ceremonies • Jacuzzi Suites • Wi-Fi • Continental Breakfast

1700 E. Bridge St., New Lisbon WI 53950


Lod��n� St. Joseph Resort


Open: Wed-Sun. 11am-Close

• Motel, Bar & Grill on site • ATV Trails • Camping w/electricity • 15 acres of Rough Camping in a Beautiful Wooded Setting

In the Heart of the Castle Rock/Petenwell Lakes area...

RV Campground & Log Cabin Resort

The Area’s Newest Resort & Campground

STAYYOUR WAY 48 site campground with water & electric Conveniently located Low rates

608-565-2277 N13903 Hwy. 80 Necedah/Sprague

FULL LOG LODGE SUITES Large suites starting at


Just one stay and you’ll see what makes us

Spa Showers, 1000 thread count sheets, complimentary ice, restaurant & bar on site, outside deck & more!


Free wireless Internet Free SuperStart® breakfast Indoor pool & whirlpool Jacuzzi® suites Free local calls Cable TV with HBO In-room microwave/fridge, coffee maker & hair dryer Children 17 & under stay free with adult Guest laundry


Kids Playground Horseshoe Pits Volleyball Extensive Walking Trails Campfire Pits ATV Trails - Access to County Trails Fish Cleaning Facility Fishing Nearby Pond with Beach Area Rock & Mineral Gift Shop


Super 8 Mauston

(608) 847-2300

N9671 Hwy. 80 S., Necedah 608-565-2262 Located 25 Min. N. of WI Dells Between Petenwell & Castle Rock Lakes



En Español 1.877.202.8812

Motel Rooms - Standard & Deluxe 1 & 2 Bedroom Cabins Honeymoon Cabin Camping Cabins Campground


I-90/94 & Hwy. 82, Exit 69 • 1001 A Hwy. 82 E.

SUPER8.COM | 1.800.800.8000 |

Cabins • Motel Campground Honeymoon Cabin

Right on ATV & Snowmobile Trails!

Necedah Wildlife Refuge 5 miles Buckhorn State Park 5 miles Castle Rock/Petenwell Lakes -2 miles Casinos - 4 within 50 miles Wisconsin Dells - 35 miles

608-565-7258 W5630 Hwy. 21 • P.O. Box 467 Necedah, WI 54646 One mile east of Hwy. 80 on Hwy. 21 47

Ca�p�rounds Arrowhead Resort Campground Bass Lake Campground Bavarian Campsites Buckhorn Resort & Campground Buckhorn State Park Campground Bucks Crossing RV Resort Castle Rock Hideaway Castle Rock Resort & Campground Cedar Springs Campground Chapparal Campground Cottage Keeper Private Vacation Homes Country Corners Bait & Tackle Crockett Resort Camping & RV Dells Timberland Campground Eagle Flats Campground Eagle’s Nest Resort Edge-O-Dells Camping & Resort Juneau County Castle Rock Park Kennedy County Park Campground Li’L Yellow River Camp Ground Little Pond Lodge Lyn-Dells Campground Mill Bluff State Park Campground Point Bluff Resort River Bay Campground Riverside Park Schultz Park Camping St. Joseph Resort Stand Rock Campground Summer Hideaway Thompson Park & Campground Wells Lakeside Cottages Wilderness Park Yukon Trails Camping

W1530 Arrowhead Rd N1497 Southern Rd W4796 Hwy G N8410 Hwy G W8450 Buckhorn Pk Ave 150 S. East Street N6187 County Hwy G N4310 26th Ave N7001 Hwy 58 S320 Hwy 33 On Castle Rock & Petenwell Lakes N3195 28th Ave N2884 28th Ave N1005 Hwy 12 & 16 W864 Hwy J N11770 Hwy H N555 US Highway 12 & 16 Hwy G Hwy M N7989 Hwy 80 N6768 State Rd 58 N1405 Hwys 12 & 16 15819 Funnel Rd 3199 Hwy Z W1147 River Bay Rd Hwy 80 & Hog Island Rd Highway 80/82 South W5630 Hwy 21 N570 Highway N 30th Street East Hwy 71 West W4926 Highway G 3650 21st Ave N N2330 Hwy HH

Wisconsin Dells Lyndon Station Mauston Necedah Necedah Lyndon Station Mauston Mauston New Lisbon Wonewoc

608-254-7344 608-666-2311 608-847-7039 608-565-2090 608-565-2789 866-666-3009 608-847-4475 608-847-6269 608-847-7676 608-464-3200 888-404-2688 608-666-2717 608-666-2040 608-254-2429 608-254-2764 608-427-3235 608-254-2429 608-847-7089 608-847-9390 608-562-5355 608-847-4593 608-254-2121 608-427-6692 608-253-6181 608-254-7193 608-562-5213 608-462-2400 608-565-7258 608-253-2169 608-565-3825 608-462-2400 608-847-7286 608-565-7285 608-666-3261

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WI Dells minutes away

The City of Mauston is the County seat of Juneau County, and located 73 miles north of Madison, WI. It is also next door to Wisconsin’s second and fourth largest lakes, Petenwell and Castle Rock Lake. The city was founded by Milton M. Maugh and had the original name of Maughs Town after the founder. The city’s beginning was based on the lumber industry of early Wisconsin. Incorporated in 1887 with a population of 1,857 the city today has a population of 4,500. Mauston is a full service municipality providing police and fire protection, water/wastewater utilities, solid waste collection, curbside recycling, a small airport, parks and recreation, public works, planning/zoning and other services.

Jacuzzi Suites • Family Suites • Whirlpool Room Service • Lounge Sauna • Heated Indoor and Outdoor Pool

Our Caring Professionals

Guests receive many discounts!

• Zhenyu Liang, D.D.S. 1-800-463-4960

Exit 69 • Hwy. 82 & I-90-94, Mauston, Wisconsin

WE OFFER • Oral Exam & Cleaning • Restorative Services • Dentures & Other Prosthetics • Emergency Care • Affordable Care Program (Income Based Discounts)

• Ram Rizal, D.D.S. • Holly Krizan, R.D.H. • Dena Ortgies - Nakamura, R.D.H


Always Accepting New Patients As Schedule Allows


Monday, Wednesday & Friday 4-6 p.m.

2-4-1 House Margaritas, Wines & Liquors Bucket of (5) Beers................ $9.99 Tuesday Beef Crunchy Taco .... $1.00 Thursday Wraps ................... $5.99 Dine-in or Carry-out

Open Mon-Fri., 11 a.m. – 9 p.m.; Sat. 11:30 a.m. – 9 p.m.; Sun. noon – 8 p.m.

651 N. Union Street, Mauston • 608-847-5700

880 Herriot Drive, Mauston, WI 53948 800-942-5330 or 608-847-6700 49

Mausto� Hooves & Feathers MINIATURE HORSE & EMU FARM

Emu Oil & Emu Oil Products for Sale Free Shipping For orderS over $20 Order Online for 10% Discount! Use code JCV10

Eileen Clark Toll free order line: 866-213-6818 Find us on Facebook!

Towing & Insurance Assistance Monday thru Friday, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. • Saturday, 8 a.m. - Noon

N4840 Hwy. 58, Mauston, WI 53948


SportS Bar & Grill

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Open Bowling Game Room Pool Tables Darts, Big Screen TV’s

• Homemade Pizzas & Sandwiches • Take & Bake Pizzas • Char-Grilled Steaks & Burgers • Great food in a casual atmosphere! • Wednesday Night Karaoke • Friday Night Fish Fry • Sunday Broasted Chicken • Banquet Room Accommodates over 300

“Great Stuff for Not A Lot of Money” 750 N. Union Street, Mauston, WI 53948 Phone 608-847-4331 • Fax: 608-847-2292 DJ’s Floral: 608-847-4779 • Fresh In-Store Deli & Bakery • Full Service Floral - Wire Service • Full Service Meat and Seafood • Union Street Liquor Depot - Walk-in Cooler • WI Lottery & Megabucks - TYME Machine Open Daily 6 a.m.-Midnight 50

• Open Tues.-Wed. 4 p.m. Thurs.-Sun. 11 a.m. Closed Monday Year-round • Closed Mon & Tues. Memorial Day thru Labor Day

Hwy. 82 E., Mauston

Just west of the Interstate


Mausto� thayer’s

Family Hair Care Salon and Spa

• Full Service Salon New • Acrylic Nails Tanning • Spa Manicures and Pedicures Bed • Waxing Call 847-7871 or Stop by 127 Division St., Mauston

Whether you are buying or selling a property, contact Kim at Castle Rock Realty!

“Our CustOmers are the real Gems” Your Full Service Jeweler Diamonds • Watches • 14K Jewelry Diamond Setting and Watch Repair CRaig, Kathy & 128 E. State St. tREnt thayER Mauston, Wi 53948 (608) 847-4716

Cell: 608-547-5461

Kim has the experience you need with the TLC you deserve!

place to

Shop in Mauston

Small & medium dogS

Near Castle Rock Lake Call Julie for an appointment 608-847-1931 •

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Management, Inc.

Heating • Cooling • Refrigeration

New & GeNtly Used shoppe An inviting little shoppe filled with gifts to treasures old & new, a splash of antiques, vintage finds of the unique kind, something special in every nook & cranny, waiting just for you.

WILD TREE Goat’s Milk: Soaps & Lotions

All Natural Products

System Design • Installation 24 Hr. Service 534 LaCrosse St., Mauston, WI 53948 Phone

(608) 847-4600 Fax (608) 847-2257



Lodge Décor

Home Décor


Metal Signs



State Hwy 58 North Next to the Interstate Bridge @ Rocky’s Rentals



Terrace Heights is more than senior living ... it’s home! • Safe & secure facility • Beautiful building & grounds • Events & activities • Maintenance-free living • Transportation & meals (optional) • Affordable living 1030 Division Street | Mauston | 608-847-2377 Visit for a virtual tour of the apartment complex.

Where the Fun Begins!

Rocky’s Rentals

Mauston’s “Storage Specialist” LLC Hwy 58 North & Hwy 82 East

AvAilAble 7 DAys A Week FOR yOUR NeeDs SUPPLIES

U-Haul Boxes Bubble Wrap Labels Paddle Locks

503 State Rd. 82 East Located inside the Bank of Mauston Mauston, WI 53948

Toll Free 866-516-1646

5 x 10 10 x 10 10 x 20 10 x 24 10 x 30


Bobcat Services Hauling Services Office Space Retail Space Outdoor Storage

10 x 40, 20 x 20

Mauston Area Chamber of Commerce



Climate Control Units NOW: On Site Storage--up to 48 Feet Long Remodeling-Construction-Emergency Delivered to your location


Locally Owned & Operated Company since 1999

Just one stay and you’ll you’ll you’ll see what make us us make make us


Your Full Service Pharmacy, Durable Medical Equipment and Supplies, and Home Infusion Therapy. Phillips Pharmacy 123 E. State St. Mauston, WI 53948 (608) 847-5949

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Tomah Pharmacy 1004 Superior Ave. Tomah, WI 54660 (608) 372-4115

Roche-a-Cri 402 W. Lake St. Friendship, WI 53934 (608) 339-9080

Free wireless Internet Free SuperStart® breakfast Indoor pool & whirlpool Jacuzzi® suites Free local calls Cable TV with HBO In-room microwave/fridge, coffee maker & hair dryer Children 17 & under stay free with adult Guest laundry

Super 8 Mauston I-90/94 & Hwy. 82, Exit 69 • 1001 A Hwy. 82 E. (608) 847-2300

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Gifts for All Occasions: Weddings ~ Baby ~ Birthday

800 McEvoy St. (next to Culver’s) Open Daily

(608) 847-2632

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Complimentary Hot Breakfast Whirlpool Suites Indoor Pool & Spa Chula Vista Waterpark Passes with Room Harm A Rita’s Pub Fridge & Microwaves in every room

608-847-5959 1001 Hwy 82, Mauston

Shop Where There is Something for Everyone! Scrapbooks and Supplies • Paper • Stamps • Stencils • Punches

Call 608-847-1414 for information.

Open Mon.-Fri. @ 11 a.m. • Sat. & Sun. @ 9 a.m.

Aug 30th Annual Pig Roast Family Fun • Limited Camping Available N1068 Hwy. K, Mauston 608-847-5104

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• Tools • Pet Supplies • Household Items

• Silk Flowers • Fabric & Yarn • Greeting Cards • Log Cabin Decor

BETTER BUYS OUTLET MART & CRAFT SHOPPE 508E State Hwy. 82., Mauston • 847-7379 53

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The many bike trails of Juneau County are just waiting for your visit. They all begin (or end) in Elroy WI, located on Hwys 80-82 in southwestern Juneau County. The Elroy-Sparta State Bike Trail is the “Granddaddy of All Trails.“ It was the very first Rails to Trails Conversion in the United States in 1965. The hard-packed limestone trail covers 32 miles of an abandoned Chicago & Northwestern Railroad bed and has no more than a 3 % grade at any point. The trail passes through three tunnels as it makes its way toward Sparta and we recommend flashlights and jackets for tunnels. The Elroy-Sparta State Bike Trail links with the La Crosse River Trail in Sparta. The '400' State Trail is often called the most scenic trail in the Wisconsin State Trail System. It's named for the Chicago & Northwestern passenger train that traveled the 400 miles from Chicago to Minneapolis in 400 minutes. The 22 miles of smooth, hard-packed limestone parallels or crosses the Baraboo River the entire length between Elroy and Reedsburg. A recent addition to the trail links Hillsboro to the south. The Juneau County Omaha Bike Trail is 12.5 miles of sealcoated trail owned and maintained by Juneau County and has a separate trail fee. It also follows an abandoned Chicago & Northwestern Railroad bed all the way to Camp Douglas and opened in the spring of 1992. The Omaha Trail is the most peaceful and secluded of our trails.

Tunnel along the Elroy-Sparta Trail.

For more information on these trails, as well as trail maps you can download, visit our website at For additional information, please visit •

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B��� Tra�ls Elroy is the hub of the three major bike trails in Juneau County. The Omaha Trail is a 12.5 mile trail from Elroy to Camp Douglas along the old Chicago & Northwestern railbed. The Elroy-Sparta Trail heads west and north to Sparta along 32 miles of hard-packed, limestone trail. The trail features three tunnels along its route. The ‘400’ Trail heads east out of Elroy following the Baraboo River to Reedsburg, some 22 miles away. At Union Center, the ‘400’ Trail branches off as the Hillsboro State Trail. Elroy is located on Hwys 71, 80 & 82 in southwestern Juneau County. Information on the trails can be found by calling the Commons Trails Shop at 608-462-2410.


Elroy Fair June 26-29, 2014 Schultz Park

Elroy Women’s, Children’s and Men’s 130 Main Street, Elroy Clothing and 608-853-2184 Accessories Purses, Mon. & Tues.. 12-6pm; Jewelry, Wed., Thurs. & Fri. 12-4pm; Scarves & More Sat. 10am-4pm

Where the trails Meet…

Bike Rentals • Bike Gear & Repairs Trail Passes • Souvenirs Showers • Picnic Area • Playground Camping • Canoeing Excursion Shuttle Info • Public Pool

Schultz City Park

This fine park has the Baraboo River on one side and State Hwy. 80-82 on the other. There is a swimming pool, playground, baseball field, volleyball nets, tennis courts, bathrooms, showers and shelters in addition to campsites. Swimming Pool daily passes are $2.00. Campsites are available first come first served. RV's should make reservations for electric sites. Fees may be paid at the Elroy Commons Trail Shop from 9 a.m to 5 p.m. Rental bikes are available at the Trail Shop for a small fee.

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Elroy is the hub of three trails: • Elroy-Sparta Bike Trail • The ‘400’ Bike Trail • The Omaha Bike Trail WiFi Hotspot

1-888-606-BIKE • 608-462-2410 56

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Family medicine Maternity care X-ray Podiatry (foot) Laboratory Nutrition (dietitians) Diabetes education

1515 Academy Street | Elroy | 608-462-8466


Wonewoc is located in southern Juneau County in a picturesque valley on State Highway 33, and has kayak/canoe access to the Baraboo River. Within the Village are three public parks. The American Legion Park offers a large fenced in swimming pool, shelters, restrooms and camping for RV’s and tents. Baker’s Field located directly off the 400 State Trail offers tent camping, a baseball field, restrooms, a picnic area, a shelter and ice skating rink. The Southtown Park offers a playground, shelter and a picnic area.

Fresh Flowers • Plants • Gifts Stamping & Scrapbooking Supplies Balloons • Stamps • Paper Special Scrapbook Supplies 213 Center Street, P.O. Box 126, Wonewoc • 464-3240

225 Center St., Wonewoc 608-464-5520 ♥ Lodge Decor ♥ Curtains - Linens - Rugs ♥ Americana ♥ Primitives ♥ Candles ♥ Home Decor ♥ Baskets ♥ Jewelry ♥ Berry Garlands ♥ Florals ♥ Prints Regular Hours: Tues.-Sat. 10-5 Winter Hours: Jan. 1-April 1, Wed.-Sat. 10-5 57

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Lyndon Station is in the Southeastern section of Juneau County on Highways 12/16 and Interstate 90/94 near the beautiful Rocky Arbor State Park. The park, located near Lyndon Station on the Wisconsin River, has several access points for kayaking and canoeing. With a tradition of logging, railroad, farming and Native American culture, the Lyndon Station area has much to offer. Photographers and artists flock to Lyndon Station for the scenic beauty of the area. It's a quick eight mile trip to Wisconsin Dells. Travelers can enjoy the Dells while benefiting from the quiet, restful nights in the Lyndon Station area. The friendly atmosphere of the village is evident from the moment you come into town.

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You can Rent, Rent-to-own or Own Your Campsite Year-Round Usage • Large Wooded Campsites - 50’ x 90’ • Volleyball & Basketball City Water & City Sewer • Peaceful & Quiet • Playground & Horseshoes • Heated Pool

7 Mi. W. of Wisconsin Dells ‐ Lyndon Station - Hwy 12/16 - 866.666.3009 58

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Healthcare evolving for life For generations, area families have trusted their care to Mile Bluff Medical Center - from birth to adolescence and on through adulthood. It’s because we see the big picture. Mile Bluff Medical Center continually strives to bring sophisticated medical services, expert healthcare providers and the latest technologies locally - to keep your care right here during times of illness, injury and even wellness. No matter the stage or phase, Mile Bluff Medical Center takes great pride in providing you and your family with healthcare evolving for life.

24-hour emergency care | urgent care evenings & weekends Birthing center

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Support groups

Medical imaging (X-ray)

Gynecology (women’s health) Audiology (hearing)

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Physical therapy

Retirement apartments

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