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Prescott, Wisconsin Community Information and Real Estate Resources
Located in Pierce County, Wisconsin at the junction of the St. Croix and Mississippi River, Prescott offers lovely views and recreation as well as a close proximity to the Twin Cities for the fewer than 4,500 residents.
This 2.96-square-mile town was first settled by Philander Prescott, who opened a trading post there in 1839. The community was named in his honor.
Recreational Amenities That Hudson Residents Love
Because of its location at the confluence of two rivers, Prescott is a major attraction for private boat owners, although no scheduled commercial boat options are available.
There are also several shopping plazas and restaurants in the area, as well as such fun attractions as:
- Great River Road Visitor and Learning Center
- Valley Vineyard
- Freedom Park
- Public Docks
- Golf courses
In addition, Prescott is served by US 10, WIS 35 and WIS 29. These thoroughfares connect Prescott to Minneapolis as well as other cities and communities in the greater area.
Amtrak train service, intercity bus services and commercial air services also help residents navigate the area.
Public and Private Schools Serving Prescott
The Prescott School District operates three public schools in the area. These high-performing schools are:
- Prescott High School
- Prescott Middle School
- Malone Elementary School
Meanwhile, there is also one parochial school located here, which is St. Joseph’s School. This private Catholic school serves grades K-6.
Other private schools in the immediate area include St. Elizabeth Ann Seton School and Pine Harbor Christian Academy.
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