Wisconsin February 17, 2018
Here Are 11 Of Wisconsin’s Tiniest Towns That Are Always Worth A Visit
Some of our smallest towns are actually some of our best. These tiny spots might not have a ton of residents, but they’re packed with charm and just waiting for you to come visit. Make plans to get out of town and go visit one of these small, wonderful and totally worth-a-visit spots:
1. Egg Harbor
This Door County town on the insider of the peninsula across the bay from Marinette has just 203 regular residents, but it swells in the summer as folks flock to the area.
This small town on the Mississippi has just 66 residents, but it's one of my favorite small towns in the state. There's tons of natural beauty, plus a charming small town atmosphere and one of the best Christmas celebrations you've ever experienced.
Just 98 folks call Cornucopia home, but this town on Siskiwit Bay off of Lake Superior is one of those amazing coast towns where the year-round residents are hearty, full of good cheer and proud of their town.
The Cranberry Capital has just 350 residents, but tons of cool things to do - and eat!
5. Clam Lake
Tucked into Chequamegon National Forest, this town calls itself the Elk Capital of Wisconsin. It's a gorgeous, sleepy little Northwoods town among a ton of lakes.
6. Maiden Rock
This town has a population of 120, but there's tons of gorgeous outdoor fun to be had, plus a delicious cidery and so much more!
7. Gays Mills
With a population of 525, the Village of Gays Mills is in the Driftless Region, in a valley among the bluffs.
Located on a Millpond, this town with a population of 553 has an amazing Carpfest and tons of small town charm.
Located in Drummond Woods State Natural Area and with a population of 463, Drummond is an outdoors dream. From hiking and fishing to snowmobiling and camping, there's something for everyone outdoors here in the stunning scenery.
Almost all the way to the Michigan border, Sayner, with a population of 207, is in the middle of what feels like hundreds of lakes. There's an amazing paved bike trail system as well as a Spring Stampede and Summer Street Fair.
This small town near the Illinois border with a population of 442 has so much community spirit. It's home to Wilmot Mountain ski area as well as the county fair park, so there's always something going on.
Looking for more Wisconsin small towns? Check out
13 Small Towns In Rural Wisconsin That Are Downright Delightful.