Boyceville Homes For Sale
Boyceville exhibits many unique small town shops and eateries. Check out our listings for homes for sale in Boyceville today!
Median Home Price: $109,000
From biking to baseball to target practice, Boyceville is home to a wide variety of recreational amenities for residents to take advantage of. Not only is there a tractor pulling track, and a public shooting range, but Andy Pafko park is filled with all types of facilities for sports of all times. Whether you want to play volleyball, basketball, tennis, or simply enjoy a picnic, this park is the place to be!
No matter what you’re shopping for, you’ll find it nearby Boyceville. The village is home to retailers ranging from sporting good shops to baby stores to tractor equipment suppliers. Plus, a short drive down 79 brings you to downtown Menomonie, which is bursting with stores like Mills Fleet Farm and Wal-Mart.
Whether you’re looking for a place to have tea, or are hungry for some classic bar food, Boyceville has you covered. Stop by Taking Time for Tea, the teahouse that serves up a proper high tea, if you’re feeling like a sophisticated light lunch. Looking for something heartier? Stop by The Eagle Nest Bar & Restaurant, Buckshot Bar, or Fatboy’s Eating & Drinking Emporium for a delicious burger, wings, and so much more.
Dunn County provides recycling services for the residents of Boyceville.
Boyceville Community School District offers innovative curriculum and a supportive community to meet the educational needs of Boyceville residents. With strong athletic programs, comprehensive community education classes, and other educational resources, the district provides for the life-long learners in Boyceville, no matter their age.
Boyceville is not currently serviced by any public transportation authorities.
The eight-member Boyceville Village Board consists of the Village President, the clerk/treasurer, and six trustees. This board meets on the second Monday of each month to help appropriately distribute village resources and services, making them more accessible to residents who need them.