Wyeville boasts a rich railroad heritage, named for the convergence of Chicago and Northwestern Transportation Company lines and a connecting “wye” in multiple directions. The village also borders the Meadow Valley Wildlife Area, spanning 58,000 acres within the former Glacial Lake Wisconsin basin.

in Wyeville, Wisconsin

Wyeville, WI is a hub for exploring Monroe County, WI, thanks to its central location and easy highway access. Visitors can quickly reach attractions like the Elroy-Sparta State Trail, Warrens Cranberry Festival, and Mill Bluff State Park from Wyeville. It offers a serene escape from urban life, with nature reserves and outdoor activities nearby.

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Wyeville, Wisconsin

The West Wisconsin Railway, authorized in 1876, connected St. Paul, Minnesota to the Chicago and North Western Railway in Elroy, Wisconsin. Originally named “Necedah Junction,” the post office established in 1890 adopted the name Wyeville. The change in name coincided with the dropping of “Necedah Junction” in 1911. Serving as a crucial railway crossing,

Wyeville witnessed significant rail traffic, including the Milwaukee, Sparta, and Northwestern Railroad’s “Air Line” from Adams to Sparta starting in 1910. Notably, until 1963, it was a key transfer point for passengers of the Twin Cities 400 and the Rochester 400 streamliners.



124 N. Court St.
Sparta, WI 54656
Monroe County, WI

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