Welcome to the Town of Trempealeau
The Town of Trempealeau is the biggest and fastest growing township in Trempealeau County, with a population 1830. The Town consists of 44,748 acres with its center being the unincorporated Village of Centerville at the crossroads of Highways 35, 54 and 93. The southern edge of the township lies along the mighty Mississippi River and is home to the Trempealeau National Wildlife Refuge and Perrot State Park.
This area is home to several small businesses but is known for its Curling Club. The township is primarily agricultural, includes 2 apple orchards, a pick your own strawberry and raspberry farm, a game farm, a winery, a 18-hole golf course and now a bank.
With its close proximity to La Crosse and Winona, MN, the quiet rural setting has attracted many new residents to the Town of Trempealeau.
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