Above: The Pierce County Courthouse in Ellsworth, Wisconsin. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1982.
Ellsworth, Wisconsin - the "Cheese Curd Capital of Wisconsin."
Ellsworth is a village and county seat of Pierce County in Wisconsin's Western Upland region, west of Eau Claire, about 22 miles from where the St. Croix River feeds into the Mississippi River. The Isabelle Creek runs through East Ellsworth.
Ellsworth, Wisconsin is home to the Ellsworth Cooperative Creamery
Cheese Curd Festival
Ellsworth is known as the cheese curd capital of Wisconsin, due to the cheese curds produced by its namesake creamery. The last weekend in June is reserved for a town festival which celebrates the cheese curd.
For more information on the Ellsworth Cheese Curd Festival, visit their website at www.cheesecurdfestival.com.
For more information on Ellsworth, Wisconsin, visit Wikipedia.
Or, visit the Ellsworth Area Chamber of Commerce website at www.ellsworthchamber.com.
Buy Ellsworth cheese curds at Amazon (Click on image below).
Above: Ellsworth, Wisconsin.
Coordinates: 44°43′57″N 92°28′48″W
The Cheese Curd Capital of Wisconsin.
Above: New Ellsworth Cheese Curd Festival logo reveal.
Above: 2018 Ellsworth Cheese Curd Festival in 30 Seconds.
Above: Ode to Ellsworth, WI as the cheese curd capital of Wisconsin. Written by Spring Valley, WI local artist Rose Marie Conroy.
Above: Wisconsinites Love Wisconsin Cheese Curds.