Nestled in the unglaciated hills and narrow valleys of Wisconsin's scenic Southwest, Richland County is full of natural wonders, historic sites, homes and commercial buildings crafted in the 19th century. In Richland County you will find a warehouse designed by the county's most famous son, widely acclaimed as the greatest architect of the 20th Century, Frank Lloyd Wright.
Richland County's scenery is stunning. Rivers and streams flow through green valleys between towering wooded bluffs and hills; prosperous family farmsteads wrested from the forest more than 150 years ago paint geometric crop patterns across the valleys and rolling hillsides. Spectacular geologic formations like Elephant Rock, Natural Bridge, and Steamboat Rock spring-up unexpectedly from the landscape and Wisconsin's largest onyx cave, Eagle Cave, tunnels through it.