Clayton Homes For Sale
Whether you’d rather enjoy the village’s outdoor activities like fishing and boating, or shopping in its unique shops, this village could be the picture-perfect place for you and your family. Clayton’s school district, known for producing high test scores, offers many extracurricular activities for the children. Browse our listings of homes for sale in Clayton, WI today!
Median Home Price: $129,000
The village of Clayton is home to several parks, trails and gorgeous lakes for residents to enjoy. For those who enjoy fishing, boating, or swimming, Camelia Lake and Lake Magnor are two beautiful spots to get out on the water. For the adventurous crowd, there are ATV trails, and other recreation trails to explore!
Whether you’re in the market for new clothing, new plants, new tools, or anything in-between, you’ll find a retailer in Clayton that has what you need. From Loopin Lulu’s handmade gifts, to the Worth A Look thrift store, to Pro Tour Baits fantastic selection of fishing lures, you’ll find exactly what you’re looking for in Clayton.
If you’re one of those people who craves breakfast 24/7, or loves a good Friday fish fry, Clayton’s Lake Magnor Lighthouse is the eatery of your dreams. Nearby Turtle Lake and Clear Lake are each home to a variety of restaurants, so whether you’re hungry for a burger, Italian, or anything in-between, you’ll find it’s just a short drive away.
The Village of Clayton uses recycling programs and sustainability services provided by Winnebago County. There are additional resources available on the Clayton website, found here.
The Clayton School District provides for the educational needs of Clayton residents of all ages. With dedicated staff, innovative curriculum, and extensive extra curricular activities, this district is known for producing high test scores, and a high graduation rate year after year.
There are no public transportation services available in Clayton, WI.
The Clayton Village Board consists of the Village President and six additional trustees. The board meets on the first Monday of each month to discuss village business, allocating budgets, and ensuring that village services and facilities are available to the public as needed.
Founded as a logging town, and named after Clayton Rogers, a Union Army Veteran and part owner of the logging company Humbird and Rogers, Clayton was first settled in the late 1870s. By 1909, the dairy industry had taken over. Clayton has a long and storied dairy history, at one time producing the most Blue Cheese in the world, earning the nickname “The Blue Cheese Capitol of the World”. Today, the dairy industry is still alive and well in Clayton, now producing pizza cheese that is used by many nationwide fast food chains. This solid history of production has sustained Clayton throughout the years, maintaining it’s small town atmosphere and providing plentiful employment.