Our Community & Area Links

Where is Baldwin?

Baldwin, the "Biggest Little Town in Wisconsin," is located only 30 miles east of the Twin Cities and 40 miles west of Eau Claire right off I-94 (exit 19). Downtown Baldwin is one mile north of the Interstate on Highway 63. Baldwin is a convenient crossroads between the Twin Cities and the North Woods of Wisconsin.

Baldwin Area Chamber of Commerce and Visitor's Bureau

Baldwin's Annual June Bug Days are held the second weekend in June.

Events taking place throughout the weekend include a grand parade, queen coronation, soccer and softball tournaments, arts and crafts fair, dances, and much more.

Area Links

To learn more about what the youth in Baldwin and the surrounding communities are doing, visit the following school websites:

Baldwin-Woodville High School

St. Croix Central High School (Hammond/Roberts)

Glenwood City School District

Check out St. Croix Online for current events and business listings in St. Croix County.

Where is Spring Valley?

Nestled amid the beautiful rolling hills of west-central Wisconsin lays Spring Valley.
“Come to Play. Come to Stay."
Spring Valley is 7 miles south of I94 on County Road B. It is just 50 miles from St. Paul and 40 miles from Eau Claire.

Dam Days -  is the 3rd weekend of September and the home of the largest earthen dam in the Midwest.

Spring Valley School District

Elmwood School District

Where is Plum City?

“A Small Village in a Peaceful Valley” - located on Hwy 10, Plum City is just 25 miles from Red Wing and about 29 miles from Menomonie.

Summer Fest - is the 3rd weekend in July.

Plum City School District

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