Turtle Lake is home to approximately 1,150 Village residents. The Village resides in both Barron and Polk Counties; however, the majority of the Village lies in Barron County. Many rural residents, extending 5 miles outside of the Village, have Turtle Lake as their mailing address and are part of the Turtle Lake school district despite living in one of the adjacent towns (Turtle Lake, Beaver, or Almena).
The Village offers several amenities to serve local residents including a school, post office, bank, two medical clinics, optometrist, dentist, chiropractor, beauty salons, barber shop, veterinarian clinic, insurance agency, accountant, pharmacy, hardware store, antique shop, Village Hall and the public library; along with several other commercial businesses all within walking distance along our safe, quiet streets.
For more information about Turtle Lake, please click the following link: http://www.turtlelakewi.com/
For information about the Turtle Lake school district, please click the following link: http://www.turtlelake.k12.wi.us/
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