Milton Profile

The Milton area is a must-see for visitors to south-central Wisconsin. Your first stop should be the Milton House Museum,which is a National Historic Landmark on the National Register of Historic Places. Built in 1844, the Milton House is part of the National Park Service Underground Railroad Network to Freedom. Those traveling to Milton today also find historic buildings Milton College, including grand Main Hall. Year-round recreational opportunities are plentiful in Milton, from hiking and biking through the Storrs Lake Nature preserve, utilizing several miles of the Ice Age Trail for biking, hiking or cross-country skiing, or checking out one of Milton's five nearby lakes. Oak Ridge Golf Course boasts 18 holes of beautiful golf, and Bonny Mead is home to a challenging 9-hole Scottish style course. Bring your tent with you, as the Milton area offers numerous campgrounds to choose from.