The Town of Bell is home to the tiny village of Cornucopia. The natives like to call the village "funincorporated!".
Welcome to Cornucopia!
A quaint village that is the Western Gateway to the Apostle Islands National Lakeshore on the South Shore of Lake Superior. Welcome sailors, campers, bikers, hikers, and beachcombers! The Byway makes a steep descent to Cornucopia, Wisconsin’s northern most town. The Cornucopia harbor provides a protected port for commercial fishing vessels and pleasure crafts. Siskiwit Bay Marina offers a full service marina, camping, and lodging. The bay is protected and shallow, therefore offering some of the earliest swimming conditions along the South Shore. Just off the beach is an artisan well that runs clear, cold, safe water all year long. Next to the beach is the “Green Shed” which houses the Cornucopia Museum. The museum offers a peek at the last 100 years of life on the rugged South Shore. Cornucopia also boasts Ehlers General Store - in operation for over 100 years. "Corny" also hosts many community events and activities including the annual Spring Fling, the Cornucopia Art Crawl, and an Outdoor Concert Series.