Welcome to Wausuakee.com, we are glad you found us!  The site is newly revised but we are still working on a few other features so check back often.  Wausaukee Wisconsin is centrally located in the County of Marinette.  The name Wausaukee comes from the Menominee Indians, the native settlers of this area, and means "among the rolling hills."


The  original Wausaukee Village was founded in 1887 by John S. Monroe to support the logging industry. Check out our "History" page for PDF's about Wausaukee's history, these have stories of the Village and its residents from 1883 on.  Go to the "Story" page to read about various pieces of history compiled by the original site owner and contributors.  Or view the "Slide-show" page for various photos.


Are you looking for Village information?  Go to the "Government" page to find a link to the Village site.  Are you looking for Town information?  The "Government" page will list information for you in PDF form.


The "Events" page will list any upcoming events in the Wausaukee School District.  Know of anything happening locally you would like us to put on the calendar?  Let us know by going to the "Contact Us" page and sending a note.


Marinette County features vast public lands, trails, an abundance of water falls, reservoirs, lakes, rivers and streams that offer a multitude of recreational opportunities year round. Visit our "Events" and "Links" pages for information about tourism and related activities, recreational opportunities within the county, in addition to finding information about our local community and its business and services.


Thank you for stopping by!