The Town of Grover Board members would like to thank the following people, business and organizations for planting trees, donating labor and money to pay for this project. Thank you for your time and labor to beautify the Town of Grover Town Hall.
Your efforts are very much appreciated!
Medford Motors – affordable trees
Medford Senior High School Agriculture Class – labor planting trees
Chequamegon Wildlife & Recreation Club – $550.00 donation
Pete & Cathy Pernsteiner – donated three trees
Josh Pernsteiner – donated labor digging tree holes
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The Town of Grover is located in North Central Taylor County, Wisconsin, entirely within the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest. The Town of Grover has approximately 231 full time residents and numerous vacation homes. View Town of Grover demographics.
Get more detailed information in the Town of Grover’s Comprehensive Plan.
The Town of Grover has many excellent fishing lakes including public access to Kathryn Lake, Anderson Lake, Richter Lake and Spruce Lake. Kathryn Lake also has a Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest federal campground, boat launch and swimming area.
The Town of Grover also has approximately 20 miles of two-way traffic for ATV’s, snowmobiles and off road cycles on the Perkinstown Motorized Trail, which winds its way through Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest. These trails are maintained by several of the areas snowmobile and ATV clubs.
For wintertime fun there is the Perkinstown Winter Sports Area for tubing and 22 miles of well groomed cross-country skiing and snowshoeing trails. The Perkinstown Winter Sports Area has a warming chalet with a fireplace and serves food and beverages.
Take a moment to learn more about our town! Get information on town ordinances, download your building permit application, find out where to vote and more. Contact your town board officials for additional town information. Thanks for visiting!