May 10, 2017- October 18, 2017
2:00 pm-6:30 pm
Visit Commons Park in the heart of Lake Mills and enjoy a large variety of farm fresh produce, plants, flowers, and local area crafts.
Easter Egg Hunt in Commons Park
Saturday, April 15, 2017
Egg hunt starts at 10:00 am for kids ages 7 and under.
Sponsored by the Lake Mills Optimists
Community Wide Rummage Sale
Friday, May 5 & Saturday, May 6, 2017
Sponsored by the Tyranena Ladies Club
Town & Country Days
Thursday, June 22 – Sunday, June 25, 2017
Downtown Lake Mills is filled with rides, amusements and games for all ages! Starting on Thursday night you can enjoy a Legendary Slider while listening to a local band in the Sons of American Legion Beer Tent.
Town & Country Days Parade
Saturday, June 24, 2017, 10:30 am
Independence Day Fire Works
July 4, 2017, starts at dusk
Lake Mills Art Festival
Saturday, July 15, 2017
A juried show of regional fine artists, children’s activities, live music, and food.
Lake Mills Fall Festival of Color
Sunday, October 1, 2017
Over 130 vendors will be selling pumpkins, gourds, mums, crafts, artwork, and jewelry. There will be games for kids, face painting, and so much more. A large variety of food vendors can also be found in the park. All are nonprofit organizations from the area. This is a great community event for all ages.
Fall Festival Booth Application
Discover Lake Mills and unlock the legend
Legendary Lake Mills in beautiful Jefferson County Wisconsin is blessed with an abundance of natural beauty. From the mysterious waters of Rock Lake to the scenic Glacial Drumlin Bike Trail to historic Aztalan State Park and Museum to the picturesque downtown shopping and dining district, Lake Mills has something for everyone!
Why are the waters of Rock Lake so mysterious? Many tales have been told of stone structures reported to be found on the bottom of Rock Lake. One such legend says that after suffering a long and terrible drought, natives appealed to their gods for help by building and using sacrificial pyramids. In answer to their prayers, great waters soon covered the pyramids and created the beautiful lake the Native Americans came to call Tyranena meaning, sparkling waters.
Legends aside, Rock Lake is a crystal clear 1,371-acre recreational oasis, beckoning fun-seeking visitors and residents to its cool waters and tree-lined shores. The lake is surrounded by five parks which offer fishing, swimming, canoeing, rowing, kayaking, water-skiing, or a leisurely sunset cruise, all part of your next legendary experience.
Lake Mills lies on the shores of Rock Lake just 25 miles east of Madison and 55 miles west of Milwaukee. Take I-94 exit #259. If you’re traveling from the north or south, Hwy 89 is our Main Street – what could be easier!