With the city of LaCrosse only approximately 20 miles to the south, the small town of Galesville
is close enough to a bigger city's amenities without giving up its small town feel. With its fertile fields and thick forests, the people of Galesville real estate feel it is a "Garden of Eden" and have taken this name as their motto. The downtown area still retains its turn-of-the century charm and the town center square has a gazebo where music is still played on holidays and special occasions.
Galesville DemographicsEducation in Galesville
Med Household Income: $35,700
Med Home Value: $108,600
Students residing in Galesville real estate receive their public education through the Galesville-Ettrick-Trempealeau School District
. The district provides a Kindernook kindergarten school, one elementary school and one high school. Private school education is provided through the Berean Baptist Christian School for students in grades K-12. In fact, the Berean Baptist School is the only educational provider for middle school students that actually operates in Galesville until the new middle school can be built.Things to See & Do in Galesville
Even though the city itself is small, that doesn't mean that there is nothing to do here. Galesville real estate plays host to the Apple Affair, the gathering to attend in Trempealeau County. Held every October, the Apple Affair is attended by people county-wide. There are arts and crafts, food, music, antique farming equipment displays, bicycle tours and tours of the Old Main and Pine Cliff Cemeteries. Some of the historic places to visit while in Galesville include the Swinging Bridge, Old Main and Eastside Farm. Lake Marinuka provides a wonderful playground to enjoy the beautiful Galesville outdoors. There are even walking, bicycling and car tours available of historic Galesville. Galesville events calendar
if you are looking for a great place to live and enjoy the beauty of mother nature. When you are in Galesville real estate, you are home!