Situated in the ruggedly beautiful lower Wisconsin River Valley, Boscobel is one of the few areas in the Midwest untouched by glaciers. The name Boscobel dates back to the mid-1850s when the Milwaukee & Mississippi Railroad established a station at the site. An official of the railroad, impressed by the panoramic beauty of the area dubbed the new depot "Boscque Belle" French for beautiful woods. Although Boscobel is proud of its ethnic and cultural heritage, it continues to progress with a fully developed 75-acre industrial park, convenient business districts, three new subdivisions, a strong faith base including one catholic and nine protestant churches. The Chamber of Commerce and other service organizations continually develop exciting community events and activities for the enjoyment of residents and visitors.
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