In beautiful south central Wisconsin (just 20 minutes East of Madison) and one hour West of Milwaukee lies the Village of Cambridge, nestled amid small rural towns, historic churches, lake and streams with a pleasant mix of farmers, business people, artists and entrepreneurs.
A dam on Koshkonong Creek was the first sign of development for what would become the village of Cambridge. The surrounding area had been settled by Scottish and Norwegian farmers establishing Cambridge in 1847. Within the first few years, saw and grist mills, two general stores, two hotels, a boot and shoe shop, a harness shop, a cabinet shop, a tailor, a milliner store and a saloon all lined Main Street. One of the hotels on Main Street still stands and is currently the home of jewelry store.
Cambridge was recently voted one of the 100 Best Small Town Getaways in the Midwest. Cambridge is full of charm and natural beauty. Whether you are coming for the day or an extended stay, Cambridge welcomes you to a place where we have relaxing days in the park, wave to neighbors passing by and where we know you would feel right at home.