Village of Glenbeulah, Sheboygan County, Wisconsin


About the Village of Glenbeulah

The Village of Glenbeulah is located in western Sheboygan County, Wisconsin. 
The population was 463 at the 2010 census.

Glenbeulah's Vision Statement

Glenbeulah is a small, family-oriented and moderately growing village with a mix of residences and small businesses that projects a positive aesthetic appearance. Glenbeulah residents value a small community atmosphere that is quiet and secure. We consider the Mill Pond and the surrounding natural enviroment to be great assets.

Community Strenghts

Ready access to State Highway 23 corridor

4 miles from Elkhart Lake

Northern Gateway to the Kettle Moraine State Forest

Local volunteer fire department and first responder services

Public water and sewer utilities

Low property taxes (see Economic Profile below)

Conservative fiscal village management

Elkhart Lake Glenbeulah School District – elementary, middle, and high schools

Businesses are part of Elkhart Lake Chamber of Commerce

Space and buildings available for businesses

Village residents comprise a relatively skilled and highly educated workforce

Rural, small town atmosphere with child-friendly amenities

Low crime rate

Economic Profile courtesy of Sheboygan County Economic Development Corporation.

 

Things to Do In and Around Glenbeulah

In the Village:

Walk/hike the Ice Age National Scenic Trail in the Northen Unit of Kettle Moraine State Forest

Drive the Kettle Moraine Scenic Drive – County Highway A

Join the Northern Kettle Moraine Snowmobile Association

Near the Village:

Visit the Wade House in Greenbush – 2 miles

Enjoy racing at Road America in Elkhart Lake – 3 miles

Visit the Sheboygan Broughton Marsh Park & Campground – 3 miles

 

Village of Glenbeulah & Sheboygan County Map