Nestled in the scenic, Kettle Moraine hills, Cascade, Wisconsin (pop. ~700) is a quaint, quiet community. The environmentally minded community is the first in Wisconsin to power its waste water treatment facility using 100% renewable energy via two windmills. Known for its annual Firemen’s Picnic, much about this community revolves around volunteer organizations such as the Fire/First Responders Department, Recreation Association and the local Lions Club.



Things to Do

Cascade, Wisconsin is nestled in the Kettle Moraine Forrest close to abundant hiking, biking, camping and sportsmen opportunities. Nearby Lake Ellen has public boat access and is home to pan fish, bass, pike and walleye. Don’t miss out on the annual Cascade Firemen’s Picnic, considered to be one of the best festivals in Sheboygan County.

Not far from Cascade is the 600-acre Highland Sportsman’s Club a high-end, service orientated sporting club complete with clay courses, birding and fishing ponds.

If you like the outdoors you will love Cascade.

Waldo Safety

Community Services (Quick Facts)
Police & Crime
Police Department Plymouth Police Department 
24-Hour Police Yes
Violent Crime per 1.000 residents 0.72 (National Median: 3.8)
Property Crime per 1.000 residents 20.62 (National Median: 27.3)
Fire & Rescue
Fire Service Provider Plymouth Fire Department 
Full-Time Fire Yes
Ambulance Service Provider Plymouth Ambulance Service | Orange Cross Ambulance
Full-time Ambulance Yes
Emergency Medical Services
Hospital in Community No. A hospital is 13 miles away
Urgent Care in Community Aurora | Prevea