Hazel Green is in close proximity to larger metropolitan areas like Dubuque, Galena and Platteville.
Hazel Green prides itself on delivering a wonderful small-town living experience. Nestled within farmland, the town has three parks, its own school district and an industrial park. You can boat, canoe, hunt, fish or even ski in the winter. Ski slopes within 20 minutes of the town offer a nice variety in winter.
The community of around 1,200 is dedicated to preserving its rich heritage and culture. Residents work together to organize events like annual garage sales and holiday craft fairs.
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Nearest Ruhl&Ruhl Office
600 Star Brewery Drive Suite 300
Dubuque, IA 52001
Phone Number: (563) 583-4550
Hazel Green was founded in 1825 and was the first permanent settlement in Wisconsin. Lucius Lyon started the surveying of what would eventually become Wisconsin in this town in 1831 during the height of the mining boom.
Rec Park: This 10-acre park is owned by the village. Here you can find playgrounds, ball fields and picnic areas.
Point Park: You can look out on Main Street or enjoy the beautiful flower gardens while visiting this park.
Memorial Park: Designed to recognize and honor local military veterans, many organizations have helped to upkeep and maintain this park throughout the years.
Hazel Green Opera House: Home to “The Fever River Puppeteers,” the Opera House is where people and puppets come to meet. They host many shows each year in addition to workshops in puppetry.