There is nothing like a good ol' swimming hole, and that is what Sockman Lake is to our residents. They come from miles around to meet friends not only too swim but to play volleyball, horseshoes, baseball or have a picnic next to the creek. In the creek you can look for fossils and Indian artifacts.
The Square, looking southwest.
It doesn't look like much to some but we are proud of our Water Tower. Built over 100 years ago, it has a storied life. If it could only talk, it would tell you of all the wonderful things that have happened in our Village.
Grand Army of the Republic cannon on The northwest corner of square. The cannon came from a San Francisco Ordnance Depot. It arrived a year late (1908) for the 100th birthday of the Village's founding.
Our gazebo was built by the hands of many volunteers. No taxpayer money was used. This is truly an example of what our town is all about: working together for a better community and tomorrow.
Main Street looking north. Come to downtown to eat, shop, get a tan or tattoo, haircut, sign up for a tour, or just have fun getting to know us.
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