Dodgeville is located among the sandstone bluffs and unglaciated hills of Wisconsin's driftless region. It is another of Wisconsin’s early mining towns. The Iowa County Courthouse, built in 1859, is the oldest still in use in the state. As one of Wisconsin's Main Street communities, the downtown's historic sense of place has been preserved. Dodgeville is also proud to be home to Lands' End headquarters, which hosts special sales events throughout the year. Three miles north of the city, Governor Dodge State Park offers a pair of manmade lakes and 5,000 acres of fun.
Fall Art Tour
Baraboo,Spring Green,Dodgeville,Mineral Point
October 16 - October 18
Meet 45 area artists and watch them at work on this self-guided driving tour through Baraboo, Spring Green, Dodgeville and Mineral Point . Potters, weavers,...
Governor Dodge State Park
More than 5,300 scenic acres of steep hills, bluffs and deep valleys plus two lakes and a waterfall make this park a family favorite. Canoes, paddleboats, and...
House on the Rock Inn
The House on the Rock Inn is a magnificent four-story hotel with 114 rooms with many amenities and enjoyable special features. A striking, 16-foot wide native...
Don Q Inn
The Don Q Inn is a unique theme-style hotel located in the rolling glaciated hills of southwestern Wisconsin that is truly unique. Bits of history meet you...
Frozen Wisconsin Fairy Tale Getaways
Winter transforms some of Wisconsin’s most charming small towns into snow-covered winter wonderlands. Visit these picturesque small towns and experience the...