Plum City

Plum City became known as “A small village in a peaceful valley” a long time ago. The name Plum City was derived from the vast array of plum trees that lined Plum Creek and surrounding valleys. Settled in 1857 by French and American Indian fur traders, Plum City was laid out and platted in the
same year by Frank Moser and Stephen K. Gates. The village of Plum City was incorporated in 1909 and has grown to become a vibrant, thriving community. It is the commitment of its residents that makes Plum City so inviting.The central focus of the town has been its trout pond. Early pioneers were unanimous in their opinions that the pond was excavated, built, maintained and stocked with brook trout by the hands of the early French traders and voyagers. The next time you are feeding the fish, look deep into the pond and envision the pioneers hard at work.

 Plum City is a community to explore. From day trips to a lifetime of fulfillment, Plum City and its surrounding landscapes offer a beautiful, serene environment for wholesome living. We invite you to visit!

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