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Reedsburg, Wisconsin Annual 2011 Butter Festival & Parade
With it’s central location near the Wisconsin Dells and Baraboo, Reedsburg is a favorite destination for many area visitors. It’s scenic beauty, small-town atmosphere and friendly residents are what make this city unique and special.
Reedsburg is known for it’s outdoor recreation, great dining and shopping opportunities and quiet countryside.
Welcome to Reedsburg
Reedsburg is conveniently located near Baraboo and all the popular Wisconsin Dells attractions.
Reedsburg is located in South-central Wisconsin along State Highways 33 and 23, only 60 miles Northwest of Madison and just a short drive from Interstate 90/94. Reedsburg also has it’s own airport, with a 5,000 foot runway for general aviation.
The city of Reedsburg is a safer and better place to live and work due in large part to the dedication and commitment of it’s many service professionals and community volunteers.
- Reedsburg City Hall
- Reedsburg Police Department
- Reedsburg Fire Department
- Reedsburg Area Ambulance
- Reedsburg Utility Commission
- City Parks & Facilities
Reedsburg Chamber of Commerce
The Chamber of Commerce serves the Reedsburg area business community by providing programs, training, and activities throughout the year. The Chamber office is located in the historic Reedsburg Train Depot at 240 Railroad Street and serves as a Welcome Center to visitors and new residents.
Reedsburg Schools are some of the best in the nation and the Reedsburg Area High School’s CAL Center is a state-of-the-art auditorium. Take time to experience one of the many theatre or live band performances that visit the city of Reedsburg. See Area Events.
There are an abundance of clubs and organizations in Reedsburg that offer activities and volunteer opportunities. Visit our Community Directory for details about clubs, churches, the Reedsburg Area Medical Center, Reedsburg School District and the Public Library.
- Reedsburg Chamber of Commerce
- Reedsburg Churches
- Clubs and Organizations
- Reedsburg Area Medical Center
- Reedsburg Public Library
- Reedsburg Schools
For the outdoor sports enthusiast there are endless opportunities for adventure and outdoor recreation. The many area lakes are great for swimming, fishing, boating and water-sports activities. The Baraboo River, which winds through Reedsburg, is the nation’s longest free-flowing rivers and is a favorite for canoe racing. The Lazy Beaver Canoe and Kayak race is held the last Saturday in July.
The start to the 400 State Trail is in Reedsburg. This well-kept public trail features 22 miles of beautiful country scenery to enjoy while walking, biking, hiking or while riding on horseback or an ATV. In the winter it is used for snowmobiling or cross-country skiing.
NEW See our page on the 400 Trail
- Reedsburg Area Attractions
- “400″ State Trail & Parks
- Outdoor Recreation
- Indoor Activities
- Calendar of Events
- Dining & Food
- Salons & Spas
- Fitness & Health
- Professional Services
Interactive Map of Reedsburg, Wisconsin (Click on Red Icon to get driving directions)