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The Village of Soldiers Grove, Wisconsin, is nestled among the steep hills and narrow valleys of the Driftless Area of southwestern Wisconsin.  The Kickapoo River, which has played a major role in the village's birth, destruction, and rebirth, meanders around the beautiful park where the original village once stood.  The business district, the first in the United States to be powered by solar energy, attracts visitors from all over the world. 

Whether you come to experience a community celebration like Dairy Days or a regional event like the Driftless Area Art Festival, or to enjoy one of the many outdoor activities or attractions the area offers, or to see an example a successful use of alternative energy sources, Soldiers Grove has much to offer. 

The citizens and the businesses of Soldiers Grove welcome you to explore our village and its surroundings here, and better yet, with a visit to our very unique village.   
 

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  All Photos Courtesy of Jerry Quebe

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This site was last updated on 01/29/2011