Sun Prairie

Situated on gentle rolling hills and plains, Sun Prairie is the second largest city in Dane County. And second to none for active families.

A small city that lives big.

A vibrant and thriving community since it became a city in 1958, Sun Prairie offers a wide variety of attractions, from public parks and libraries to golf courses and the Angell Park Speedway. Don’t miss out on annual summer festivals like the city’s famous Sweet Corn Festival or its Flags of Freedom Field Show. Sun Prairie is known for its high quality of life, parks and recreations programs, public school system and progressive approach to development—making it an idyllic location for growing families.




Mild summers and cold winters are the norm in Sun Prairie. Residents take advantage of both, thanks nearby parks and golf courses, popular baseball and softball programs and a local waterpark.


A boom in new construction means Sun Prairie residents can take their pick of 18 different neighborhoods and lots of housing options, including trendy new condos and historic homes.


One of the fastest growing school districts in the state, the Sun Prairie Area School District includes nine elementary schools, two middle schools, one upper middle school, one high school and an alternative learning school.

U.S. Route 151 runs through Sun Prairie (along with multiple Interstate highways), and Dane County Regional Airport is just 10 miles away.

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Iconic American painter Georgia O’Keefe grew up in Sun Prairie.

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