Lyndon Station is located in the southeast corner of Juneau County. This is definitely your destination for recreation and relaxation. This great community features everything you need from lodging, food, fuel, and grocery, to the best night life in the area. The downtown is the hub of the community and features a public park as well as the North American Shed Hunter’s Club Wildlife Museum. Many of the downtown establishments feature incredible Friday night fish fries, so come hungry.
Community events are a strong tradition in the village. The Annual Parkfest is held the last Friday & Saturday of July and features a softball tourney, garden tractor pull, parade, great food, live music, and is capped off Saturday night with the greatest fireworks in the area. Saturday nights in town typically feature live bands and unbeatable night life.
Lyndon Station has a rich Irish history as can be seen by the shamrock on the water tower. If you’re looking for a little good luck, Lyndon Station might be the destination you’re looking for. Religious services are offered at both St. Mary’s Catholic Church and St. Luke’s Lutheran Church.
So whether you’re looking for an opportunity to camp, boat, canoe, swim, fish, hunt, snowmobile, ATV, or any other recreational activity, Lyndon Station has it all. Its proximity to the Wisconsin River, Lemonweir River, and Castle Rock Lake, make Lyndon Station a destination for many adventures.
- Population about 500
- Located near the Wisconsin River
The Greater Mauston Community
Centered at the Elroy Commons two state bike/snowmobile trails (the 400 State Trail and the Elroy-Sparta State Trail) and a Juneau County trail (Omaha Trail) is the bike mecca of Juneau County.
The Mauston community takes pride in its natural features by providing phenomenal parks and pedestrian trail systems. You will enjoy the riverwalk, fishing pier, trails and lookouts up on Mile Bluff.
This great community features everything you need from lodging, food, fuel, and grocery, to the best night life in the area.
The Yellow River flows through the Village of Necedah and is a popular fishing and canoeing location. There are two boat landings and a dam that provides easy access for fishermen to the Yellow River.
Just a few miles northwest of Mauston, lies the pretty city of New Lisbon also located on the Lemonweir River.
The Dells, about 30 minutes southeast of Mauston, is just a short day-trip away.
Wisconsin’s fourth largest lake and covers 16,640 acres with approximately 60 miles of shoreline. It is known for its sandy shorelines, which makes for great swimming, skiing and leisure boating.