Augusta Wisconsin - A Place Seemingly Unchanged by Time

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Sand Mine in Eau Claire County in the Town of Bridgecreek near Augusta

 Green Eyes Bridge Movie - Click on the above to see the Green Eyes Bridge Slide Show

Sand Mine photo in Augusta Wisconsin on the Augusta Wisconsin Web

4 Seasons of Fun in Augusta Wisconsin.  Come on, visit Augusta Wisconsin any time of year.

We want you to enjoy our Community. Augusta Wisconsin is part of a region known as the Chippewa Valley and Indian Head Country

  See the 2016 Bean and Bacon Days contact list on BeanandBaconDays.info

Augusta is planning the 2016 Bean and Bacon Days Events Now - Seeking Entries and Vendors for the Event June 30 through July 4, 2016.

The INDOOR Craft Sale and Vendor Market at the Community Center Saturday July 2, 2016.  See the Bean and Bacon 2016 Craft Sale and Vendor Market

Augusta Wisconsin is beautiful small town America.  Augusta Wis. sets in the middle of beautiful west central Wisconsin with rolling hills, man made lakes, rivers and streams,  marshes, pine and deciduous forests, and charming open spaces. The area is known for its family dairy farms, small apple orchards, grains, small creamery cheese production, tourism and outdoor recreation. Low crime rates, fresh air, a moderate real estate market and an industrious population makes it a great place to live,  work and do business.  Kids play free here.  Augusta is a safe place to be

Augusta Wisconsin is located in what is known as the western hemisphere, on the continent of North America, in the United States of America, in the Great Lakes State of Wisconsin (also know as the upper Mid-West and the Badger State), in the County of Eau Claire Wisconsin , in the Town of Bridgecreek.

You'll still find a seasonal drive-in restaurant with car hops and mom and pop places to dine but no MacDonald's or Pizza Huts The area was settled in the mid-19th century by German, Scandinavian and other European immigrants. Victorian buildings remain and are still very much in use.

Today Augusta Wisconsin has a vital Amish Community, and is proud to be "Small Town America" and "Main Street USA"

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Want to know more about Augusta Wisconsin?   Visit the Augusta Wisconsin Web.  See Our History pages, photos of the Dells Mill and street scenes, a business listing without advertisements, extensive maps, Street and Geographic references, Parks and other places to stay.  You can spend hours and hours finding about Augusta Wisconsin

While in Augusta, you may want to see the said to be haunted Green Eyes Bridge and Stony Lonesome Road (aka Stoney Lonesome).  Check out the video movie of the Bridge

Want a free Business Listing for Augusta Wisconsin?.  Please see AugustaWi.biz

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Augusta Area Info

Check the local Newspaper, the Augusta Area Times for event information and more.

Checkout the Augusta Wisconsin Car Show. July 3th, 2016. Antique and Custom Cars, Hot Rods, Motor Cycles and Tractors at the Augusta Wis Bean And Bacon Days Celebration.  June 30 2016 though July 4 2016.

Bean and Bacon Days Hat

Augusta Welcomes Gordy's Country Market

Gordys Supermarket Augusta Wisconsin

Plan on coming to Augusta during the brilliant Autumn Color Season too

Visit during the Falling Leaves Art Studio Tour and see the Fall Splendor in Wisconsin.  Peak season is in Early October

The Peak Season Blazing Red Maple in Augusta Wisconsin

You can see this picture of the Blazing Red Maple in Autumn full size on the Augusta Wisconsin Web