Visit & Enjoy
Visit Montello to enjoy all of your favorite activities. Nowhere else can you find a more perfect vacationland than right here in central Wisconsin. The Montello area is rich in history from the granite quarry to the homestead of the world-renowned naturalist John Muir, to the voyager Fr. Jacques Marquette. Wisconsin’s largest tree – a towering cottonwood – is in the front yard of the historic Le Maison Granit on Underwood Ave., just north of downtown next door to the Courthouse. Besides its history, the Montello area is genuinely blessed with nature’s wonders. Several sparkling lakes teeming with fish and wildlife surround Montello. Area wetlands and woodlands are home to many rare species of wildlife, including some endangered species. Because of nature’s bounty in the Montello area, it is a favorite vacation spot for the angler and sportsman. Nature lovers find Montello an ideal place for hiking and bird watching, with more than 300 species of birds visiting or living in the area throughout the year.