Voted one of "America's Coolest Small Towns" by Budget Travel magazine in 2008, Mazomanie (often referred to as simply Mazo) is about 20 mi. NW of Madison with a population under 2,000.
Voted one of "America's Coolest Small Towns" ...Read More
Along with Cross Plains & Black Earth, Mazo completes the region known as the Gateway to the Driftless. Untouched by the glaciers, this area has rich soil, meandering valleys & spring-fed creeks.
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Black Earth Creek—a top 100 trout stream in N. America—is a popular fishing spot due to its spring-fed waters and strong populations of naturally-reproducing German Brown and Rainbow Trout.
Black Earth Creek—a top 100 trout stream in ...Read More
Whether you bike or drive to work on the beautiful country roads, Mazo offers a business park with major employers, as well as a historic downtown with affordable shop space for entrepreneurs.
Whether you bike or drive to work on the ...Read More
Mazo is a part of the 92.3 mi. of the Lower Wisc. State Riverway that begins at the Prairie du Sac dam. The Riverway is popular for fishing, hunting, boating and hiking along the bluffs and marshes.
Mazo is a part of the 92.3 mi. of the Lower ...Read More
Mazomanie Bottoms is a State Natural Area in the Wisconsin River floodplain. Home to thousands of birds (including bald eagles), the dry surroundings attract a large population of woodpeckers.
Mazomanie Bottoms is a State Natural Area in ...Read More
In 2016, a donation of nearly 114 acres of family land created the Morton Forest County Park. The park has steep hills, lush valleys and beautiful views with tranquil hiking trails open year-round.
In 2016, a donation of nearly 114 acres of ...Read More
Rolling hills, wide open spaces and a self-proclaimed quirky yet historic downtown
An unfettered lifestyle that is wholly entwined with the outdoors
Black Earth Creek, Carr Valley Cheese Store, Walking Iron Park
Self-starters who like to think of themselves as outside-the-box people