Lodi has many unique features that turn visitors into residents. Located in Columbia County just 25 miles from Madison, many fall in love with 'the city on a stream.'
Lodi has many unique features that turn ...Read More
Spring Creek, a class two trout stream, meanders through Lodi including Goeres Park. Portions of the spring-fed stream never freeze resulting in a large population of brown trout and mallard ducks.
Spring Creek, a class two trout stream, ...Read More
On Wisconsin Highway 113 in downtown Lodi is a small creek-side park where visitors can buy dried corn from vending machines to feed the wild ducks.
On Wisconsin Highway 113 in downtown Lodi is a ...Read More
In this area is a small stone basket. Every year a duck builds a nest there. When the first mallard settled in that location in 1948, it was nicknamed "Susie" by the granddaughter of the police chief.
In this area is a small stone basket. Every ...Read More
Since 1948, Susie the Duck has been the town's official mascot. Each August, thousands of rubber ducks ‘race’ down the creek as one of the festivities during Susie the Duck Day.
Since 1948, Susie the Duck has been the town's ...Read More
On the Fridays of the summer months, the downtown plays hosts to Farmers’ Markets, Art Walks and small community gatherings well attended by visitors and residents alike.
On the Fridays of the summer months, the ...Read More
The downtown thrives on local shops, restaurants and businesses built in the community and serviced by its residents.
The downtown thrives on local shops, ...Read More
Spring Creek runs from the Lodi Marsh State Natural Area and empties into nearby Lake Wisconsin. A 2.5-mile segment of the Ice Age Trail crosses the marsh and is often used by hikers and birders.
Spring Creek runs from the Lodi Marsh State ...Read More
Due to its scenic views and natural beauty, the marsh is often a spot for canoe paddlers willing to portage fallen trees or winter enthusiasts wanting to cross country ski or snowshoe.
Due to its scenic views and natural beauty, ...Read More
A short drive will take you to Gibraltar Rock State Natural Area. Here you can see spectacular views of the Wisconsin River Valley.
A short drive will take you to Gibraltar Rock ...Read More
The State Natural Area is about 68 acres in size and is located along the 1,000-mile Ice Age Trail. Gibraltar Bluff stands some 1,234 feet above sea level with sheer 200-foot cliffs.
The State Natural Area is about 68 acres in ...Read More
During the summer season, visitors park at the base of Gibraltar Rock and then hike up the trail to the top of the bluff. While there are few steps, many find the winding climb quite challenging.
During the summer season, visitors park at the ...Read More
If you want to cross the Wisconsin River to visit nearby Devil’s Lake State Park, you can take the Merrimac Ferry. It is Wisconsin’s only free ferry and it crosses the river in under 10 minutes.
If you want to cross the Wisconsin River to ...Read More
Fall is not complete without a trip to Treinen Farm. People come from all around to explore this family farm and their award-winning corn maze coupled with horse-drawn wagon rides.
Fall is not complete without a trip to Treinen ...Read More
A beautiful community in the rolling hills of Columbia County
Spectacular bluffs and access to a class two trout stream in the middle of the city.
Gibraltar Rock, Merrimac Ferry, Lodi Curling Club, Susie the Duck Day
Nature lovers who are happy to show off the amazing features of their city.