While a lot has changed over the years, many of Wisconsin’s little crossroads communities are frozen in time. In Calumet County, the small town of Charlesburg is much as it was decades ago. Quiet and serene and anchored by a magnificent old church, this village also has a great supper club, so it’s a nice stop-off place if you’re exploring its scenic and historic farming region. Here’s what you need to know about this Wisconsin historic town.
Learn more about Charlesburg’s Roepke’s Village Inn on the restaurant’s website – but trust me, the food is delicious. Wisconsin has a lot of wonderful small towns like Charlesburg that are just waiting to be explored. Here are some of the best.
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