We welcome you to tour through the central Wisconsin countryside along the Polish Heritage Trail, to view the area which is the first Polish rural settlement in the state, and the second in the U.S. 

Located on quiet, rural roads winding through the glacial terrain with its wooded countryside, lakes, and farmland are reminders of the Polish heritage of this area. The small communities, imposing churches and several quaint roadside shrines and crosses create a pastoral and spiritual landscape, not unlike the Kaszuby region in northern Poland from which the earliest Polish settlers came, beginning in 1857.

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Download a copy of our comprehensive guide to the Polish Heritage Trail to get you started down the right path. 

Polish Heritage Trail Map

Explore a comprehensive map that features the landmarks you'll find along the Polish Heritage Trail. 

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