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Pardeeville is a village in Columbia County, Wisconsin, United States. The population was 2,115 at the 2010 census. The Fox River begins as a small stream northeast of Pardeeville. It is dammed in Pardeeville to create Spring Lake and Park Lake.
One summer event is the Watermelon Festival at Chandler Park the first Sunday after Labor Day. Pardeeville is surrounded by many campgrounds, farm markets and a very large Amish settlement to the north. For all four seasons, Pardeeville is a great place to live or visit.
Pardeeville is served by Wis 22 along Main St and Wis 44 along Lake St. Wis 22 heads north to Montello and south to Wyocena. Wis 22 South also heads toward Madison via US Route 51. Wis 44 heads northeast to Kingston and eventually to Ripon and Oshkosh.
The Pardeeville Area School District administers the public elementary school, middle school, and high school of Pardeeville. St. John's Lutheran School is a 4K-8th grade school of the Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod in Pardeeville.