About Maple Bluff
Maple Bluff, Wisconsin is a small suburb of Madison, the states capital. Located on the shores of Lake Mendota, this area once was the summer home of the Winnebago Indians. This quiet community has a life of its own. This community is divided into five separate residential developments that date from the early 1890's to the late 1920's. There are many events that take place in the area but most of them are directed at its own population. There are several fine vacation rentals available in this area for those visiting Madison but wishing to stay in a quieter area. Fishing, swimming and boating are all available to do on Lake Mendota. The Governor's mansion is located in Maple Bluff, where each governor since 1949 has resided. The mansion is incomparable in beauty and its location on the banks of the river makes it just plain breathtaking. The manicured parks found throughout the village and surrounding the mansion bring thoughts of the English Garden surrounding Buckingham Palace. A very beautiful place to visit Maple Bluff is the type of community that anyone would like to call home. It provides a sense of security and happiness to all those who visit, which is something you just can't find in a large metropolitan city.