We serve all communities and businesses in the River Valley Area including Spring Green, Plain, Arena & Lone Rock and beyond. PLAIN Location: 7 miles north of Spring Green on Highway 23. The village of Plain is small but has a big impact. St. Luke’s Catholic Church, one of the largest and most beautiful in southwestern Wisconsin, overlooks the village. Nearby is St. Anne’s Shrine, a 60-year-old chapel at the top of a hillside path lined with the Stations of the Cross. The Municipal Park is home to many community events, and has a playground, pavilion for large gatherings, a ball diamond, tennis and basketball courts and a swimming pool. The Westbrook Hills Golf Course is located nearby. ARENA Location: 8 miles east of Spring Green on Highway 14 The village of Arena has been dubbed “The Gateway to the River Valley” and is a great place to begin your adventure. The village includes a public boat landing, canoe rentals and fishing guide services. While in town, grab a bite at Grandma Mary’s Cafe, shop for fresh bread and spices at Herbs, Spices and More, cheese at Arena Cheese and fresh produce at Heck’s Marketplace. LONE ROCK Location: 7 miles west of Spring Green on Highway 14 Lone Rock is named for its most famous landmark, a tall finger of sandstone on the north bank of the Wisconsin River. The village features scenic parks and recreation, including fishing, hunting, canoeing and the Pine River Bike Trail. MAZOMANIE Location: 15 miles east of Spring Green on Highway 14 Mazomanie is a mix of history, nature, art and community spirit. The Downtown Historic District is a unique collection of renovated storefronts, restaurants, shops and galleries with 32 buildings listed on the National Historic Register. For more, visit mazomaniechamber.com or call (608)795-2789. MINERAL POINT Location: 25 miles south of Spring Green, via Highway 23 and US 151. The first city in Wisconsin located on the National Register of Historic Places is home to renowned art studios and galleries, antique and specialty shops and charming lodging and dining establishments. While there, also visit Pendarvis State Historical Site, Orchard Lawn, the Mineral Point Railroad Depot and the Mineral Point Opera House. For more, visit mineralpoint.com or call (888)764-6894.