Fun Facts About the Cable Areas
The American Birkebeiner, a 52k cross-country ski race between Cable & Hayward, is the largest on the North American Continent.
Best places to live with outdoor recreation & educational activities
The Cable Area is known for the friendly people and small town charm.
Town of Cable Population 825 (estimate)
Town of Drummond Population 540 (estimate)
Town of Grand View Population 480 (estimate)
Town of Namakagon Population 285 (estimate)
Drummond School District (located in the Town of Drummond) serves the surrounding communities of Barnes, Cable, Drummond, Grand View, Lincoln and Mason.
◦There are over 963 bodies of water in the Cable Area
◦There are no chain restaurants or shops in the Cable Area
◦The nearest stoplight is 25 miles away.
◦Post Offices located in Cable, Drummond & Grand View
◦Gas Stations located in Cable, Drummond & Grand View
◦Grocery & Hardware Store located in Cable
Fun Facts of Wisconsin:
-Wisconsin is the Dairy Capital of the United States
-Wisconsin produces more milk than any other state
-WI snowmobile trails total 15,210 miles of signed & groomed snow highways
-WI has over 14,000 lakes & 7,446 streams and rivers
-State of WI is nicknamed the Badger State
-State Bird: Robin
-State Fish: Muskellunge
-State Animal: Badger
-State Insect: Honey Bee
-State Tree: Sugar Maple
-State Grain: Corn
-State Song: On Wisconsin
-State Dance: Polka
-State Flower: Wood Violet
-Motto: Forward - reflecting Wisconsin's continuous drive to a be a national leader
-Origin of State Name: French "gathering of waters"
-State Symbol: Coat of Arms - represents diversity, wealth, & abundance of resources in Wisconsin
-WI is home of the nations largest music festival (Summerfest)
-Home of Harley Davidson Motorcycles
-Famous Wisconsinites: Harry Houdini (famous magician), Douglas MacArthur (WWII & Korean War General), Frank Lloyd Wright (America's most famous architect), William H. Rehnquist (Chief Justice of the United States Supreme Court), Liberace (Pianist), Georgia O'Keeffe (Painter), Orson Welles (Actor & Producer), Chris Farley (Actor), Laura Ingalls Wilder (Author), Bob Uecker (Baseball Player/Announcer), Charles & John Ringling (Circus Entrepreneurs), Willem Dafoe (Actor), Gene Wilder (Actor), Seymour Roger Cray (Electrical Engineer & Developed Supercomputer)