Headwaters of the Brule and St. Croix Rivers
The village/township of Solon Springs (pop. 1,385) is nestled between 4-lane U.S. Highway 53 and Upper St. Croix.Lake. As the largest community in southern Douglas County, Solon Springs provides an abundance of business development and recreational opportunities.
A 130-acre industrial park within a TIF district is fully served by utilities and well positioned for trucking transportation. The area is home to Shopping, Storage and manufacturing businesses.
The headwaters of the Brule and St. Croix Rivers, as well as the Lucius Woods Performing Arts Center, are located in Solon Springs
The Village of Solon Springs is on the west side of the lake. This community, first called White Birch, was renamed after Thomas F. Solon started a spring water bottling operation about 1895, and prospered given the town's proximity to a railroad line. Lucius Woods County Park is a 38-acre park on the west side of the lake with unique stands of white and Norway pine.