2014 Plat Books are now available from your local 4-H club or from the UW-Extension in Lancaster-Phone: (608)723-2125. Cost- $35.00
Welcome to Grant County in beautiful southwest Wisconsin!
Businesses are welcome in Grant County. Economic development opportunities are available in every community. With modern industrial parks, financial incentives and a ready workforce, Grant County is the place to relocate or build your business. Access to first-rate communication, energy, technology, and transportation infrastructures, and quality schools, including UW-Platteville and SWTC at Fennimore, makes Grant County and our communities an ideal location. You and your employees can experience a wonderful quality of life.
With the Mississippi River bordering on the west and the Wisconsin River defining our northern border, Grant County abounds in recreational opportunities. Here you'll find historic sites, beautiful scenery, great recreational opportunities including, fishing, hunting, hiking, and biking, just to mention a few.
Here is more information about the Goodwill Industries Computer Recycling Program here in Grant County.
Grant County Wisconsin, come, explore, stay! You'll be glad you did.
(See the complete Calendar of Events)
May 1, 2014
Fennimore - Doll & Toy Museum
Opens for the summer.
May 2, 2014
Cassville - Cassville Ferry Begins Operations for the Season
(Depending on river conditions.) Visit www.cassville.org for any updates.
May 16 - 18, 2014
Muscoda - 32nd Annual Morel Mushroom Festival
Men's Slow-pitch softball tournament, Custom Car and Truck Show, Live music by Cheyenne, food and refreshments, Arts & Crafts, and Morel Mushrooms. More info.
May 17, 2014
Lancaster - Hillbilly Hustle Adventure Race
At Vesperman Farms. 10 a.m. start. See www.hillbillyhustle.com for more info.
May 23 - 25, 2014
Cassville - Stonefield Wild West Steampunk Festival
Stonefield Village, Cassville. See Tombstone, Arizona in the 1880s come to life! See the Clanton's, The Earp's, Buffalo Bill and Annie Oakley shoot-em-up! Visit stonefield.wisconsinhistory.org for more info.