Nestled against the bluffs of the Wisconsin River Valley, Mazomanie is an intriguing mix of history, nature, art and warm community spirit. The Downtown Historic District, comprised of 32 commercial and industrial buildings, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a unique collection of renovated storefronts and buildings from the mid 1800’s.
Covering more than 5,000 acres of the Uplands is Governor Dodge State Park, located three miles north of Dodgeville on State Hwy. 23. Governor Dodge is the second largest state park in Wisconsin and is open year ‘round for your enjoyment.