Lake Mills is located in Jefferson County on the shores of Rock Lake, just off of I-94 in between Milwaukee and Madison for excellent commuting. Lake Mills has a population of 5,700 residents as of the 2010 census.
If you’re looking for adventure, Lake Mills has more than enough on offer to satisfy your needs. Wanting to cool off on a hot summer’s day? Check out the crystal clear Rock Lake and visit one of the beaches for a memorable swimming experience. Want to relax in one of the local parks? Head to Korth Park to enjoy the outdoors and bask in the beauty of Rock Lake. Not afraid of the cold and want to explore during the winter months? Check out the Knickerbocker Ice Festival in February and see some magnificent ice sculptures or even ride your snowmobile on one of the many pristine trails in the area. A complete list of things to do can be found on the Lake Mills Chamber of Commerce website.
Outside of Lake Mills is the Aztalan State Park. Open year round, this park offers great hiking trails, free tours in the summer months, and many different events throughout the year to celebrate both the park and Native American culture. Old World Wisconsin is also nearby in the neighboring town of Eagle. Old World Wisconsin’s goal is to bring to life the most authentic experience of what life was like for the early settlers in the region. This provides an excellent learning experience for people of all ages and is must stop for those who enjoy history.
With so many things to do, Lake Mills truly has something for everyone. Plan your trip today and experience Lake Mills for yourself!