Land O' Lakes Chamber of CommerceP.O. Box 599
6484 Hwy 45
Land O' Lakes, WI 54540
Welcome to Land O'Lakes, "Serenity at the top of Wisconsin"Proud to be a Discover Wisconsin Destination 2012
Located on the border of the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, Land O'Lakes is Wisconsin's crowning jewel!
If you are looking for great old-fashioned family fun, you will find it in Land O'Lakes. World class fishing, golf, water sports galore, amazing Fall colors, winter sports, great trails for biking, cross country skiing, snowmobiling and a newly completed skating rink are just a few of our many offerings for the outdoor enthusiast.
We also have a wide of variety of fun events happening year round!! In the summer we have Wednesday Family Bingo Night, Thursday Farmer's Market and Flea Market, Arts and Craft Sales, Airport Day, a grand old 4th of July Celebration with fantastic display of fireworks on July 3rd, and a huge Community Wide Garage Sale…check our ever changing website calendar often for more information. You won't want to miss a thing!
Supper clubs, cute shops, cafes, bait and tackle shops municipal airport, friendly taverns, an old fashioned ice cream stand, hot dog wagon and awesome accommodations await you! All this, along with the friendly folks of Land O'Lakes who are here to give you a vacation to remember…
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History of Land O' Lakes
The economic origins of the town of Land O’Lakes (originally Stateline) go back to the 1870’s when the Rudolf Otto mill, one of the best single-rotary mills in Northern Wisconsin, was built. It was succeeded by the Mason-Donaldson Co. mill formed in 1905. The Mason-Donaldson Mill gave its name to the town of Donaldson, located along highway B just west of the town of Land O’Lakes. Donaldson boasted a school house, a community building which was used as a church and meeting hall and several homes. Many of the homes were later moved near the railroad tracks as the town of Stateline became more prosperous. When the Donaldson mill burned in 1908, it was decided not to rebuild, and the town moved east to its present site under the name Stateline, since it rested squarely on the line separating Wisconsin from the Upper Peninsula of Michigan.