We are a 36 square mile (6mi x 6 mi) rural area in the northeastern part of Waushara County. Not too long ago, we celebrated our Sesquicentennial. A few dairy farms are still in operation as well as a number of Christmas tree plantations.
In “downtown” Saxeville, the U.S. Post Office remains open daily. Where County Highways A, W, and TT meet, the Crossroads Diner is a popular meeting place that enjoys a brisk breakfast and lunch business. The Saxeville/Springwater Volunteer Fire Department, the original Town Hall, School House, General Store and Post Office are in the same area.
Heading east on Portage Street you will find a very unique gift and card shop known as the Pickle Station. Then going west on Portage Street you will find the well-known Ding Tavern set beside the rippling Pine River…and a bit further west the Springwater Volunteer Covered Bridge and Park.
The nearly 1000 folks who live here consider this their special place to enjoy life, raise a family or retire. Appleton and Oshkosh are only a 45 minute drive with Waupaca (12 miles) and Wild Rose (8 miles) nearby. We have been blessed with an abundance of wild life, forests and pristine waters.
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Town of Saxeville © 2001- 2013