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In 1949, this building was the home of the Bank of Elkhart Lake where representatives of the SCCA met with Bank President James Johnson to discuss holding sports car road races in and around the Village of Elkhart Lake.
With Johnson's backing, th…
(south face)In memory of their fellow citizens who lost their lives to save their country in the War of the Great Rebellion. This monument was erected by the inhabitantsof the Town of Rhine.July 1868
(west face)1st Rgt. Wis. Vols. Co. H.Wm. H. …
In April 1867 the citizens of this township approved funds to erect this monument to their Civil War dead. It was dedicated July 4, 1868. 115 men from the Town of Rhine volunteered to serve their country in this great war. 23 never returned. Their…
Dedicatedto themen and womenof theElkhart Lake areawho have servedtheir countryin the Armed Forces
The Mission: Promote the Increased Use and Appreciation of the Unique Beauty of the Broughton Sheboygan Marsh Through Education and Recreation
The Broughton Sheboygan Marsh Park and Wildlife Area is the prominent feature in a 133 s…
This walkway rests on the bed of lower Lake Street over which sports cars raced in 1951 and 1952. It remains officially a Village Street.
Marker donated by: The Osthoff Resort.
Historic Race Circuits of Elkhart Lake listed on the National R…
Named for sports car and racing enthusiast James S. Kimberly who more than any other person was responsible for bringing open road racing to Elkhart Lake.
Marker donated by: Steve Knauf.
Historic Race Circuits of Elkhart Lake listed on the N…
The first sharp corner on the 1951-52 circuit where the road sloped away from the apex making it one of the most dangerous and challenging turns.
Marker donated by: Siebkens Resort in memory of Ollie Siebken Moeller
Historic Race Circuits o…
Four races were held on the 1950 circuit. First place in the sixty-mile main event went to Jim Kimberly driving a Ferrari Tipo 166.
Marker donated by: Augie Pabst in honor of Briggs Cunningham and Alfred Momo.
Historic Race Circuits of Elkh…
The only turn used in all three road - racing years. Named for its proximity to the Sheboygan County Marsh.
Marker donated by: Jim Dentici and Carl Raclin in honor of automobile racing in God's Country.
Historic Race Circuits of Elkhart Lake…