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Honeybee Inn website

Contact 611 E. Walnut St. Horicon, WI 53032 Phone: (920) 485-4855

Immerse yourself in our beautiful, 100-year-old, historical bed and breakfast inn. We are the perfect location for that romantic getaway, birding adventure, wedding night, anniversary, family reunion or business stay. You will be spoiled with our deluxe whirlpools, eight fireplaces, private modern bathrooms and scrumptious breakfasts. Make any occasion truly magical by reserving one of the four guest rooms now. This Inn is OPEN all year long!

Horicon Area Foundation

Contact P.O. Box 73 Horicon, WI 53032 Phone: (920) 485-7304 Fax: (920) 485-2478

The Horicon Area Foundation is

….. an independent, non-profit, philanthropic trust for the benefit of the community

…..a depository for gifts and funds given by donors, individuals or corporations, to meet community needs

In 1986 the Horicon Community Development Corporation organized and chartered the Foundation through which public spirited citizens could make lasting gifts for the long term needs of the community.


The wise distribution of money for community philanthropy is the only goal of the Foundation, which assures donors that gifts received and distributions made from the Foundation are based on the following principles:

  • Meeting the greatest local needs in the most constructive way
  • Guaranteeing flexibility by adapting to changing conditions if an original gift purpose becomes obsolete.
  • Permanent administration of funds under the direction of community leaders serving as trustees.
  • Obtaining maximum tax advantages for the donor, the donor’s heirs and estate.
  • Perpetuating a Memorial
  • Simplified gift-making….A donor simply passes his gift of cash, stocks, bonds, real estate to the Foundation with a letter stating the nature of contribution.   

Horicon Athletic Booster Club

Contact PO Box 7 Horicon, WI 53032 Phone: (920) 296-9522

The Horicon Athletic Booster Club strives to:

–  Increase the community awareness of the positive aspects that develop the student/athlete into a whole person.

– Promote interest in Horicon schools.

– Provide cash subsidies for the purchase of equipment and capital goods beyond the school budget to improve programs.

–  Assist Horicon’s Athletic Department in the development of athletes.

-Provide 3 scholarships to graduating seniors.

Horicon Bank website

Contact 326 E. Lake St., P.O. Box 144 Horicon, WI 53032-0144 Phone: (920) 343-3040 Fax: (920) 485-2478

Our customer. Our community. Our commitment.  For more than 100 years, the foundation and strength of Horicon Bank has been mutually beneficial relationships with our customers.  In the same way animals and plants thrive together in the Horicon Marsh, our ability to serve the families and businesses in our communities is linked to their growth and prosperity. It is what makes Horicon Bank “the Natural Choice” for banking.  Horicon Bank can conveniently serve you in Appleton, Beaver Dam, Fond du Lac, Green Lake, Horicon, Iron Ridge, Mayville, Neosho, Oshkosh, Ripon and West Bend.  Member FDIC.


Horicon Office Hours:

Monday – Thursday – 8am to 5pm

Friday – 8am to 5pm

Drive through open Friday nights until 6 pm

Saturday – 8:30am – 12 noon


Horicon Family Chiropractic website

Contact 514 E. Lake St. Horicon, WI 53032 Phone: (920) 485-4009 Fax: (920) 485-0632

Healthier people. Happier Families. Stronger Communities….that is what team HFC is all about. Our mission is to educate and adjust as many people and families towards optimal health as possible so that they can get back to and continue doing what they love in life.  Chiropractic service, serving patients from infant to elderly in nutritional counseling, treatment and rehabilitation of sports injuries, athletic enhancement wellness, and natural health care for back, neck, and joint problems.

“We look forward to assisting you and your family in reaching all of your health goals.”


Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday ~ 8:30 am to 12, 2 to 6:00 pm

Thursday ~ 8:30 am to 12 noon

Saturday ~ 8:00 am to 10 am

Horicon Hardware Hank website

Contact 626 Washington St. Horicon, WI 53032 Phone: (920) 485-4688 Fax: (920) 485-0152

Hardware Hank in Horicon is a Stihl and  Toro Power Dealer. Customers will also find interior and exterior paint and supplies; electrical supplies; sporting goods; heating supplies; plumbing supplies; lawn and garden supplies; auto supplies; building materials. Services offered include blade sharpening; computer paint matching; keys cut; drop off dry cleaning; hunting and fishing licenses; knife sharpening; and pipe threading. Hours Mon-Fri 8am-7pm, Sat 8am-4pm, Sun 10am-2pm.


Horicon Hills Golf Club website

Contact 3000 S. Main St., P.O. Box 56 Horicon, WI 53032 Phone: (920) 643-2000

Horicon Hills Golf Club, formerly Rock River Hills GC, is a public course built along the Rock River with 13 of the 18 holes involving water. Horicon Hills is considered one of the best kept secrets in Southern Wisconsin golf. It is a very picturesque course with an abundance of wildlife roaming its terrain.

The course has a 4 1/2 star rating by Golf Digest and is labeled as a "Hidden Gem" by Gary D'Amato. The par 70 course is referred to as a target golf course that presents the experienced golfer with rich rewards for accurate shots. There are three tee boxes on each hole which enables enjoyable play regardless of your playing ability.

A full service pro-shop and clubhouse are available for your every need.  Our dining room overlooks the Rock River at the southern end of the Horicon Marsh Wildlife Refuge. The scenery is breathtaking.



Horicon Historical Society website

Contact 322 Winter St., PO Box 65 Horicon, WI 53032 Phone: (920) 485-0483/2786

Our mission is to keep alive the history of Horicon and to educate the youth on the past, for the future.

We do this right here in Horicon at the Christmas Open House Saturday and Sunday in December, from Noon until 4  and our Annual Horicon Living History Days.

The Satterlee Clark House will be open for tours by appointment only.

The public is welcome at our meetings the first Sundays of the month, 4 P.M. in Phoenix Office.  

Horicon Ice Cream Station website

Contact 518 E. Lake St. Horicon, WI 53032 Phone: (920) 485-2311

Ice cream cakes, waffle cone bowls, cones, sundaes, malts, shakes, twisters, ice cream sodas, root beer floats, black cows, smoothies and much more. Plus, a full snack menu, including burgers, brats, hot dogs, chili dogs, corn dogs, nachos and more.

HOURS:  Summer ~Monday to Friday~ 11:30 am-9:00 pm, Saturday & Sunday ~ 12 pm-9:00 pm.   Spring and fall hours vary.

Horicon Lions Club website

Contact P.O. Box 3 Horicon, WI 53032 Phone: (920) 485-7303

Fundraising efforts plus donations support community events:

  • Cookies and Milk with Santa
  • Easter Egg Hunt
  • Library Programs
  • Dodge County Toy Bank
  • Lions Eye Bank
  • Leader Dog for the blind
  • Local food pantries
  • Assistance to local residents with eye glass purchases

Meetings are the 2nd Monday of every month at Rock River Tap.  Dinner at 7 pm and meeting to follow.

Vision Statement ~  To be the global leader in community and humanitarian service.

Mission Statement ~ To empower volunteers to serve their communities, meet humanitarian needs, encourage peace and promote international understanding through Lions Clubs.

Horicon Marsh Boat Tours website

Contact 305 Mill Street Horicon, WI 53032 Phone: (920) 485-4663

One of the most important wetlands in the world, Horicon Marsh is home to a variety of bird species that can be observed in their natural habitat. Horicon Marsh Boat Tours provides Sightseeing, Birding Adventures and Sunset Cruises along with canoe/kayak rentals. Stop and see what Blue Heron Landing Gift Shop has to offer

Horicon Marsh Snowmobile Club

Contact W3981 State Hwy. 33 Horicon, WI 53032

The Horicon Marsh Snowmobile Club consists of approximately 50 members that volunteer their time to groom and maintain approximately 15 miles of the Dodge County Snowmobile System in the Horicon Area.

Benefits of membership include:

  • Participation in meetings, club rides, activities, fundraisers, etc.
  • Membership in AWSC (Association of Wisconsin Snowmobile Clubs) a state organization
  • Accidental Death Insurance supplied by AWSC
  • 1 year subscription to the Wiesconsin Snowmobile News Magazine

For more information regarding the Wisconsin Trail Pass, embership form, fundraisers and club events email horiconsnowmobile@gmailcom.


Horicon Phoenix Program website

Contact 319 E.Lake Street, Lower Level, P.O. Box 42 Horicon, WI 53032 Phone: (920) 485-0216

The Horicon Phoenix Program’s mission is to be a comprehensive economic and community revitalization program in the city of Horicon. Our group supports the local businesses, schools, civic organizations and environment with a special emphasis on respect, sustainability, friendship, and the benefits of enjoying life locally.

The Horicon Phoenix program is a Non-Profit Community Action Organization.

Horicon Post 157, American Legion website

Contact 735 S. Hubbard St., PO Box 22 Horicon, WI 53032 Phone: (920) 485-2022

Horicon Public Library website

Contact 404 E. Lake St. Horicon, WI 53032 Phone: (920) 485-3535 Fax: (920) 485-3536

The Horicon Public Library connects people to ideas in fun and innovative ways.  They aim to serve your information needs through books, movies, music, conversation and celebration.

Besides their collection of popular reading, viewing and listening materials, access to the internet, reader’s advisory and reference services are also available.

Check out their web site for the many services offered for all ages.


Monday through Thursday ~ 11am to 8 pm

Friday ~ 11 am to 6 pm

Saturday ~ 11 am to 3 pm

Sunday ~ Closed