Shorewood Hills is a village in Dane County, Wisconsin. It was established in 1927. Shorewood Hills is a suburb entirely surrounded by the City of Madison and Lake Mendota. 

The First Unitarian Society Meeting House, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, and suggestive of hands held together in prayer, is in Shorewood Hills. 

Shorewood Hills' Blackhawk Country Club has several well-preserved effigy mounds on its golf greens, including several linear mounds, as well as a bear-shaped mound and a large goose-shaped mound. These mounds are believed to have been built by Mound Building people between 500 and 1500 AD. 

With it's great location, you can walk, bike or drive to shops, stores, and many other amenities in this great community!

For additional information, please visit: The Village of Shorewood Hills, Wisconsin



Schools

  • Elementary: Shorewood
  • Middle: Hamilton
  • High: Madison West