Welcome to the Town of Brockway

Welcome to the Town of Brockway! We’re delighted that you’ve chosen to explore our community and all it has to offer. With a population of approximately 2800, Brockway boasts a vibrant atmosphere and numerous recreational opportunities for residents and visitors alike.

One of our highlights is the Wazee Lake Recreation area, renowned for its crystal-clear waters, making it a haven for scuba diving enthusiasts from across the state. With a picturesque white sandy beach and nearby camping facilities, it’s the perfect destination for outdoor enthusiasts. Additionally, plans are underway for a new concession stand with indoor restrooms, adding to the comfort of our visitors’ experiences.

In addition to Wazee Lake, Brockway features extensive ATV trails, connecting to various points of interest throughout Jackson County. Our community is proud to offer amenities such as the recently renovated Dale Borreson Memorial ball field at Brockway Park, made possible by a generous donation from the Ho-Chunk Nation.

From playgrounds to sports facilities, our parks provide opportunities for recreation and relaxation for individuals of all ages.

With attractions like the Ho-Chunk Casino and Hotel, Perry Creek Park, Castle Mound State Park, and the Black River State Forest, there’s no shortage of activities to enjoy in Brockway. Whether you’re here for a short visit or considering a more permanent stay, we extend a warm invitation to experience the charm and hospitality of the Town of Brockway.



PFAS UPDATE April 3 2024

PFAS Results April 21, 2024 On Aprit 3, 2023, the Brockway Sanitary District collected water samples of their drinking water and tested them for perfluoroalkyl and polyfluoroalkylsubstances (PFAS). The results of those samples were received on April 21...

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PFAS Results March 2024

PFAS Results March 2024 What is being done to correct the problem? The Sanitary District has recently been digging test holes to find A new well source. We have been testing our water regularly and Working diligently to correct the PFAS problem in our system. It is...

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