Come to Mazomanie if you love the outdoors. Mazo is proud of its parks, trails, and the rolling hills around us. On the north end is the Wisconsin River, a wonderful place to canoe or kayak. Black Earth Creek, a renowned Class A Trout Stream, winds right through the downtown. Now that you’re downtown, you can see the layers of history here. Once a regional railroad hub, Mazomanie has known its entrepreneurs to brew beer, start a circus, make textiles and many other products. Today some of that living history can be glimpsed and experienced in tucked away corners or one-of-a-kind attractions.
Sports and special events. Mazomanie is proud of its sports facilities; youth soccer and swimming are big here in the warmer months. There are plenty of other reasons to visit too: The Gandy Dancer Festival is something special that comes once a year to Mazomanie, bringing with it a fresh mix of local and regional Bluegrass and Americana music. Don’t miss the Badger State Tractor Pulls – only in Mazo. Visitors and residents in Mazomanie don’t hole up for the winter and wait until it’s over: in the winter months area trails offer plenty of room for cross-country skiing and snowshoeing, and hunters take to Mazo’s hundreds of acres of public and DNR lands in season.