East Troy's Historic Square is a destination for all types of events!
The East Troy area was settled in 1836, when a man known only as H. Roberts began construction of a sawmill on the shores of Honey Creek. The area quickly grew and in the span of only four years, there was also a hotel, general store, blacksmith, chapel, school (held in the chapel), post office, doctor, lawyer and justice of the peace. Today, the village square continues to serve as the centerpiece for the community and hosts festivals and band concerts, as well as the residents and visitors who stop to enjoy its historic charm.
East Troy is home to Alpine Valley Resort, several wonderful lakes, parks and natural areas. It is known for it's Electric Railroad Museum and runs an electric trolley service to the popular Elegant Farmer store. It is also a destination for classic car buffs on Saturday night and skydivers at it's airport!
East Troy is easily accessible from the major cities of Wisconsin and Illinois. Milwaukee is just 40 minutes away, Madison an hour and 15 minutes. East Troy is just 15 minutes north of Lake Geneva.