Visit Mazomanie

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.

 

Splash Pad Grand Opening Celebration

The Splash Pad will be celebrating its grand opening on Wednesday, August 2nd at 4:30pm. Refreshments will be served.  Just like the splash pad the celebration is free...
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Maldonado Family Thanks Community With Thank You Letter

The Maldonado family, who lost almost everything in a fire on May 13th, wish to thank everyone who helped them afterwards.  The Village is posting the letter of thanks...
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Lake Marion Trail Dedicated

The Lake Marion Trail was officially dedicated by Dane County Executive Joe Parisi and Mazomanie Village President Gary Harrop on Monday, June 5th.  The trail is...
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Events on the Mazo Sign

To schedule an event on the Mazo Lion’s sign, e-mail mazosign@gmail.com.
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Brush Dump has moved

The brush dump at Mahocker Road is now closed.  The brush dump is now located at the far south end of Lake Marion where the small lakes were and is now open for Village...
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Now get local emergency Text Alerts!

The Village’s text alert system is the best means we have of communicating with you when we need to do so – FAST. Whether it’s a power outage, a snow...
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