Mineral Point Business Directory
Professional services in most all fields are available in Mineral Point. You will find qualified people who pay attention to your needs and provide excellent service. These are your neighbors, a part of the foundation of our community, professionals who will meet you on the street and remember your name. It’s living the small town way and we wouldn’t have it any other way.
The Board Shoppe is an occasional shop featuring handmade furniture and signs constructed of reclaimed and new materials. Check out the beautiful live edge tables made from local trees as well as industrial designs. You can also shop for vintage pieces, antiques, art work, and more.
A full time potter for more than 3 decades, Frank Polizzi produces wood-fired stoneware, flame ware and porcelain, and pit-fired earthen ware. His pieces are traditional in form and the locally dug, food-safe glazes add a vibrant and natural element for all functional and aesthetic needs.
Look for the reclaimed furnishings and historic artifacts creatively placed throughout this 1840s stone apartment tucked into the lower level of a downtown building. The fully equipped kitchen/dining area, queen size bed and a bathroom with shower and claw foot tub provide a charming, comfortable and unique lodging experience.
RV sites, family and group sites, electric & water hook-ups are available. Also a rustic cabin for rent as well as tent sites. Showers and dump station. All overlooking the beautiful landscape of southwest Wisconsin. Just 12 miles from Mineral Point
One of the coziest family operated bars, known for friendly service and great food, daily specials and Friday Fish Fries. Located across from the MIneral Point Depot Museum, with direct access to the Cheese Country Trail. Open daily.
Enjoy a restful stay at the Travelers Inn during your visit to Mineral Point with amenities that include a mini fridge and microwave in room and use of laundry facilities, close to shopping and downtown with special pricing for extended stay guests, we look forward to seeing you soon.
A congregation of the Episcopal Church USA. The sanctuary, with a native walnut altar has a trefoil window is thought to be the oldest stained glass window in Wisconsin.