Weyauwega is located in the heart of Central Wisconsin River Country with access to both the Waupaca and Wolf Rivers. This quaint rural community is located on the historic Yellowstone Trail and speaks volumes of history by name and nature.
Its foundation has been built around the 250-acre Lake Weyauwega, an outstanding educational system, and worldwide award-winning cheeses. Weyauwega touts several parks in this Tree City U.S.A. community. The largest of these is a beautiful 12-acre site that offers a man-made swimming lake, baseball diamond, playground equipment, walking trail, picnic shelters and sledding hill.
Although you find many city amenities here, just a couple of blocks from downtown puts you on State Highway 10. Then, within 30 minutes you'll find yourself in Stevens Point by driving west and the Fox River Valley area if you travel east.
We would like to highlight your business in the 2019 Weyauwega Area Guide Book. We are currently accepting ad requests. Someone can help develop an ad for you if you don't currently have one. The books will be out in January 2019 and will be distributed through Wisconsin, title offices and area business. It will include a director for new community members and visitors to our area. Call 920-209-4405 with questions.