Granton is a modern village of about 400 people, located just off U.S. Highway 10 in Clark County, approximately 42 miles east of Interstate 94 or 52 miles west of Interstate 39. Located in the rich heartland of Wisconsin dairy country, we are blessed with rolling fields, woodlands and streams. Granton is the home to Lynn Dairy, a multi-generational enterprise that produces a variety of prize-winning cheeses. The area maintains a large Amish community. Our K-12 school program is well known for its excellence and achievements, as is the state and national award-winning FFA program. Tree-lined streets, well-kept homes and friendly
merchants form the backdrop for that quintessential small-town feeling reminiscent of days gone by. Granton's beautiful park is used year-round for numerous activities - reunions, sports tournaments or just to play. Each autumn the community comes together to enjoy the Granton Fall Festival, a three-day event packed with activities culminating with a mile-long parade.
When you visit to see the area's barn quilts, be sure to stop in at some of the local merchants and eating establishments to say hi and have a bite.