Local Attractions

Marquette County Snowmobile Clubs Association
Endeavor Freedom Riders: 608-587-2400 or 2329
Montello Yetis: 608-297-2919 or 9795
Neshkoro White River E-Z Riders: 920-293-5103 or 8029
Oxford Sno-Mads: 608-586-4969
Packwaukee Sno-Chiefs: 608-589-5784 or 5321
Westfield White Trackers: : Trail Conditions call: 608-586-6272 – Complaints or other comments call: 608-296-2085
Montello Flea Market
Location: N2960 Highway 22 South, Montello, WI 53949
Outdoor Flea Market opens April thru November, Friday, Saturday & Sunday. Indoor Flea Market & Antique Mall open year-round. Also visit the Christmas Store/Auction House.
For more information, call 608-297-8655.
Montello Granite Park Waterfalls
Location: Highway 23 in Montello (by Kwik Trip)
View the four sparkling waterfalls as they cascade down the granite hills into the old Montello granite quarry.
Pioneer Miniature 18-Hole Golf Course
Location: Just off I-39 at the Westfield exit
Open from 10:00 a.m. – 10:00 p.m., seven days a week during the summer season.
Prairie Nursery
Location: W5875 Dyke Avenue (5 miles east of Westfield)
Take a walk in the Wildflowers! Prairie Nursery offers low maintenance native flowers and grass seeds and plants through our catalog, website and at our retail store. See us for full installation, restoration and consulting services. The Prairie Nursery tours for 2010 will occur on June 19th and August 21st, at 10 AM and 1 PM. Those are the 3rd Saturdays of the month that we have been having our public tours. Private tours can be arranged at almost any time for groups of 20 or more.
For more information, call 800-476-9453 or 608-296-3679.
Website: www.prairienursery.com


Pioneer Park in Westfield
Location: Just three city blocks north on Charles Street from the intersections of Highway J & I-39/51.
Montello Granite Quarry Waterfalls Park
Location: Downtown Montello
Four waterfalls cascade down the granite outcroppings into the old Montello Granite Quarry.
Montello City Park
Location: North of town on Montello Lake
The park includes 40 acres on the shores of Montello Lake and has been called “the finest small-town park in Wisconsin”.
John Muir County Park
Location: South of Montello on Highway F
The famous naturalist’s boyhood home has been preserved and has been named a National Historic Landmark. The 125 acre park includes 30 acre Fountain (Ennis) Lake with a boat access, picnic grounds, restroom and hiking trails.