725 Paradise Lane
Johnson Creek, WI 53038
Phone: (920) 699-2800
Fax: (920) 699-3900
Pioneer village filled with local culture and history.
Five story, 57 room pre Civil War home.
Come enjoy acres of adventures at Busy Barns Adventure Farm. Take a hayride, visit with the farm animals, slide down the 20-foot tunnel slides, race through the obstacle course, milk Holly the Holstein, take in daily puppet shows, animal demonstrations, and much more. Open weekends from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m. in the Spring and Fall.
Fort Atkinson's historical society provides you with all the local history and culture.
This local aquatic center features a water slide and a park and picnic area.
Three roller coasters, bumper cars, Ferris wheel, narrow gauge steam and diesel locomotives and more.
Preserved Indian mounds in an extensive community.
The St. John Chrysostom Church, more famously known as the Little Red Church on the Hill, is a historic church located in Delafield, Wisconsin. This wooden structure was built in 1853 by Richard Michell Upjohn, a famed architect from New York and his father, Richard Upjohn. With this design, the church building became a pioneer in Carpenter Gothic architecture, as it came to be known later. The site was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1972.
Scouting a picnic site for your next weekend? Head straight to the Naga-Waukee Park. This scenic stretch that overlooks the Nagawicka Lake, offers plenty of activities and fun things to do. It features a golf course, a pleasant park and access to the lake, making it an ideal picnic spot for the entire family. Outdoorsy people can indulge in swimming, boating, hiking, fishing, biking and much more stuff. Tech savvy picnickers can also enjoy an interesting game of Geocaching and go treasure hunting. With so much to do and enjoy, you will be surely tempted to stay back, hence you can avail the camping facilities. For more details, check website.
Columbus City Hall opened in 1892 and the Victorian structure was designed by Minneapolis architect Truman D. Allen.
Formerly, the Dansk Evangelical Lutheran Kirke, the Lake Country Congregational Church dates back to 1910. This Lutheran Church was incorporated in the National Register of Historic Places in 1988. The church is renowned for its architectural excellence and represents the Romanesque style of designing.
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places and part of the National Park Service Underground Railroad Network to Freedom and the Wisconsin Heritage Sign Program, the Milton House is a National Historic Landmark that is a former stagecoach inn and an Underground Railroad passage. "The first building in the United States constructed of lime mortar in a method that preceded the discovery and use of Portland cement by several decades," the Milton House is "one of only two remaining hexagonal buildings from the 19th century."