Life in “the Bluff” is centered around the lake. Maple Bluff occupies a narrow, yet beautiful fringe of the Lake Mendota shoreline making gorgeous views and outdoor recreation a part of daily life.
Life in “the Bluff” is centered around the ...Read More
Maple Bluff is a suburb of Madison with a population under 1,500. The village is part of the Madison Metropolitan School District.
Maple Bluff is a suburb of Madison with a ...Read More
The north side of Maple Bluff is comprised of a dense forest of mature maple trees that protect the land and also helped to give the village its name.
The north side of Maple Bluff is comprised of ...Read More
Maple Bluff is home to the Wisconsin Governor's Mansion (pictured here), the Robert M. LaFollette House as well as many other stately residences on some of the most scenic parts of Lake Mendota.
Maple Bluff is home to the Wisconsin ...Read More
Youth sailing and windsurfing are taught at an early age to help focus on water safety. The Madison Youth Sailing Foundation provides classes with the support of the village and private donors.
Youth sailing and windsurfing are taught at an ...Read More
Maple Bluff was established in the late 1890s. The north boundary is defined by the Warner Park Boat launch and also offers hiking trails, community events and many sports activities.
Maple Bluff was established in the late 1890s. ...Read More
Warner Park is also home to the Madison Mallards, a wildly-popular collegiate summer baseball team. Their field is affectionately known as the Duck Pond and is often packed during its season.
Warner Park is also home to the Madison ...Read More
Gorgeous homes on beautiful Lake Mendota.
A tight-knit community sitting on Madison’s north shore.
Maple Bluff Country Club, Fest on the Fourth, the Governor’s Mansion, Concerts in the Park
Those who adore ‘The Bluff,’ may even have grown up here and just never left.