WI Posted in Wisconsin August 09, 2015 by Laura Most People Don’t Know These 13 Super Tiny Towns In Wisconsin Exist Everyone loves a small town. But these towns? They’re super small. And they don’t get much love, even though we’re awesome. So today we are celebrating 13 of Wisconsin’s tiniest towns. 1. Alma Steve Moses/Flickr Under 800 people live in Alma, which is crazy, because it's one of the most scenic parts of Wisconsin with breathtaking views of the Mississippi River. 2. Arlington Aaron Carlson/Flickr Around 800 people live in Arlington and enjoy the proximity to Madison. 3. Avoca Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources/Flickr Named after Avoca in Ireland, this town offers beautiful views for all 650 residents. 4. Barronett Mike Shelby/Flickr With just over 400 residents, Barronett is actually home to an organic store. Who would've thunk? 5. Cecil Royal Broil/Flickr Cecil has only 570 people, but the population swells during the summer with tourists who love this town. 6. Coon Valley EarlRSchumaker/Flickr Coon Valley boasts just under 800 residents, who enjoy spring fed trout streams and rolling hills. 7. Crivitz Trevor Owens/Flickr At just under 1,000 residents, Crivitz is the largest of the towns on our list. It's a great place to go if you're into hunting, fishing or snowmobiling. 8. De Soto Aaron Carlson/Flickr De Soto has three hundred residents...and half of each live in different counties. Just off the banks of the Mississippi River, this lush town is gorgeous. 9. Dresser Jerry Huddleston/Flickr Dresser has just under 900 residents, and while the railroad is a large part of the town, there are countless other things to do like kayaking and snow tubing. 10. El Paso Aaron Carlson/Flickr El Paso has just under 700 people. But you'll want to head over there for El Paso Days, the biggest celebration for residents including fun like a greased pig contest and horse pull. 11. Genoa David Wilson/Flickr Hovering at right around 250 people, Genoa is a hamlet right off of the grand Mississippi. Check out that view! 12. Junction City Doug Wallick/Flickr With just over 400 residents, Junction City is a tight-knit community who also knows how to have fun, with events like a town picnic and ice cutting. 13. Knapp Aaron Carlson/Flickr Knapp has under 500 residents, but probably not for long. This quiet little town has plenty of natural beauty as well as a lighted man-made pond. What small towns did we miss? Let us know in the comments.