Augusta Wisconsin

About Augusta

Augusta Wisconsin is nestled in the heartland of northwest Wisconsin, in Eau Claire County, in the Town of Bridgecreek.  The small rural community of Augusta is an intriguing destination. The town’s main street is highlighted with many specialty shops offering unique shopping experiences. The Augusta area also features sightseeing, camping dining and cultural opportunities.

Settled in 1864 Augusta attracted many English, German and Scottish settlers to the area. The community grew quickly because of lumbering, mills and fertile land. Many people worked in the wheat and flower mills, canneries, cheese and butter factories.

Experiencing surprisingly few changes over the years, Augusta remains a small picturesque farming community.  Augusta is seemingly unchanged by time The Bush's Bean cannery is still a main industry and it's popular products are known nationally.

Augusta has many things to offer along with many commercial businesses such as cheese production, candle and soap making and a small but quaint antique shop. Visit a small cheese making shop, stay in a bed and breakfast, make a reservation at one our several crafting and retreat centers and just take it easy

Located just out of town, The Dells Mill Water Powered Museum and pond have been pictured on countless calendars for many years.  The Mill was built in 1864 and is on the National Registry of Historic Places.  Come visit this Augusta Wisconsin Dells Mill Tourist Attraction

Augusta provides the traveler with the taste of American of the past. A visits reminds one of those olden times, which were simpler, kinder and gentler in so many ways

Friendliness may indeed be the byword of this community, and can be experienced in any number of the fine local restaurants or retail establishments. Directions and information is readily available from the nearest passerby. A local community of over 150 families provides a glimpse into the religious lifestyle of these hard working people

The Augusta Wisconsin calendar is punctuated with special events throughout the year. During the 4th of July weekend “Bean & Bacon Days” acknowledge the special role of the Bush Brothers Cannery within the community. During October, the townsfolk produce and avenue of scarecrows to decorate the streets with autumn colors. Include Augusta on your travel itinerary. A visit of a few hours or a few days will be well worth the effort. Come see all that Augusta has to offer

Augusta Wisconsin, seemingly unchanged by time.  A thriving Amish Community uses farming methods that were common more than a century ago.  The Amish community contribute to the contemporary too!  See how they help in one way here at a WEAU TV article

Want to know more about Augusta Wisconsin?   Visit the Augusta Wisconsin Web.  See Our History pages, photos of the Dells Mill, 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

Our state is commonly misspelled: Wesconsen, Wesconsin, Westconsen, Westconsin, Wiscoinsen, Wiscoinsin, Wisconsen, Wisconsinites, Wisconsenites, Wiscansin, Wiscansen, Wisconson, or Wesconson.  It doesn't matter, we just want you to come visit us.

About Augusta

Come see. Stay a while.  Augusta is seemingly unchanged by time.