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262 Apartments for rent in Monona, WI

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2 Units Available
Cardinal Place
204 Saint Teresa Terrace
Monona, WI
2 Bedrooms
$1,035
915 sqft
Last updated January 26 at 01:44 PM
Cardinal Place offers spacious 2 bedrooms in the east suburb of Monona. Located near the intersection of Monona Drive and Nichols Road.
Results within 1 mile of Monona
1 Unit Available
3618 Dennett Drive
3618 Dennett Drive
Madison, WI
3 Bedrooms
$1,950
1200 sqft
Last updated January 26 at 10:38 AM
Quaint & trendy 3 bedroom single-family home in popular neighborhood with close proximity to the lake and bike path. Kitchen is cozy with new stainless steel appliances, farmhouse style sink, dishwasher and beautiful cabinetry.
Results within 5 miles of Monona
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6 Units Available
Fitchburg Springs
3325 Leopold Way
Fitchburg, WI
1 Bedroom
$1,036
670 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,234
706 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,416
1144 sqft
Last updated January 26 at 03:10 PM
Fitchburg Springs is now renting 1, 2 and 3 bedroom private entranced apartments. Set in a wooded area away from traffic and noise yet close to everything, our community offers the best of both worlds.
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15 Units Available
Vue at Pinnacle Park
1300 Post Road Suite
Fitchburg, WI
Studio
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1 Bedroom
$1,225
852 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,515
1209 sqft
Last updated January 26 at 01:44 PM
Come home to relaxed, elegant living at The Vue at Pinnacle Park Apartment Homes when you choose an apartment in Fitchburg, WI.
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2 Units Available
The Lafayette
5123 Central Park Place
Fitchburg, WI
Studio
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1 Bedroom
$1,295
887 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,725
1181 sqft
Last updated January 26 at 01:44 PM
If you’re looking for a beautiful luxury apartment community in the greater Madison area, you’ll fall in love with The Lafayette Apartment Homes in Fitchburg, WI.
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7 Units Available
Swan Creek
5160 East Cheryl Parkway
Fitchburg, WI | Swan Creek
Studio
$935
592 sqft
1 Bedroom
$1,190
910 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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Last updated January 26 at 01:44 PM
Enjoy luxury living when you select an apartment in Fitchburg, WI, that’s part of Swan Creek Apartment Homes.You’ll love our comfortable homes, supportive community with plenty of amenities, and excellent location.
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3 Units Available
Stonewood Village Apartments
302 Parkwood Ln
Madison, WI
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$1,015
1007 sqft
Last updated January 26 at 01:44 PM
One- and two-bedroom apartments available on the East side of Madison. Tennis courts, scenic views, private entrances and quiet courtyards. Units feature A/C, bathtubs, walk-in closets and private patio/balcony.
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19 Units Available
Sycamore Woods
2517 Pheasant Ridge Trl
Madison, WI
1 Bedroom
$855
692 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$950
842 sqft
Last updated January 26 at 01:44 PM
FREE December rent when you move in by December 15th. Subject to change/ based on availability.
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7 Units Available
The Meadows Apartments
401 N Thompson Dr
Madison, WI
1 Bedroom
$845
625 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$960
875 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated January 26 at 01:43 PM
Excellent location for commuters, just off Highway 30. Close to East Town Mall. Residents can take advantage of a volleyball court, two pools, and grills. Apartments include walk-in closets, blinds, and electric range.
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7 Units Available
Park Village
2205 Woodview Court
Madison, WI
1 Bedroom
$840
597 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,010
835 sqft
Last updated January 26 at 01:43 PM
Great location, five minutes from UW campus and Downtown Madison. Community offers free Wi-Fi lounge, business center, and fitness center. Apartments feature air conditioning, garbage disposal, and efficient appliances.
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9 Units Available
KENSINGTON POINTE
405 Moorland Rd
Madison, WI
1 Bedroom
$890
740 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,040
1050 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated January 26 at 01:43 PM
Offering oversized floor plans and lots of relaxing amenities, this complex is within walking distance of the bus line and downtown Madison. Units offer air conditioning, carpeting, ceiling fans, and new appliances.
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2 Units Available
Cornerstone
266 Dunning Street
Madison, WI
Studio
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1 Bedroom
$1,664
764 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$2,175
1063 sqft
Last updated January 25 at 03:53 PM
Located in the popular and vibrant Schenk-Atwood Neighborhood, Cornerstone is one of Madison’s most prime urban properties, beautifully developed by none other than Prime Urban Properties.
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8 Units Available
Livingston Place
310 S Livingston St
Madison, WI | Marquette
Studio
$1,195
495 sqft
1 Bedroom
$1,445
704 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$2,015
1005 sqft
Last updated January 25 at 03:24 AM
Contemporary living in a new building with studio, one-, and two-bedroom apartments. Units have open floor plans, upscale fixtures and details, underground parking, and balconies.
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2 Units Available
Bel Mora
544 W Main St
Madison, WI | Downtown Madison
1 Bedroom
$1,500
846 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,890
1087 sqft
Last updated January 25 at 03:25 AM
Upscale one- and two-bedroom apartments have large windows, open floor plans, heated underground parking and washer/dryers in every building. Great location in the Bassett neighborhood close to bike paths, shops and dining.
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1 Unit Available
Aventine
1958 Atwood Avenue
Madison, WI | Marquette
Studio
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1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$2,020
1037 sqft
Last updated January 25 at 03:52 PM
The Schenk-Atwood neighborhood just keeps getting better, if that’s even possible. No doubt about it, the newest place to be seen will be Aventine. Or, if you choose to pronounce it the other way, the new place to shine will be Aventine.
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7 Units Available
Asana
2081 Atwood Ave
Madison, WI | Marquette
Studio
$1,235
495 sqft
1 Bedroom
$1,495
679 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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Last updated January 25 at 03:54 PM
Asana Apartments are the epitome of relaxation, of comfort, of well-being. Designed with a central water feature in the courtyard that’s peaceful and calming, with luxury appointments inside your home, Asana Apartments is your ode to joy.
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6 Units Available
Velo 404
404 Division St.
Madison, WI | Marquette
Studio
$1,510
746 sqft
1 Bedroom
$1,430
780 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$2,370
1186 sqft
Last updated January 25 at 03:53 PM
Say hello to Vélo 404. Vélo happens to rhyme with halo, and that’s what’ll be hanging over your head when you move in…as in a halo of happiness.
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3 Units Available
City Gables
335 W Doty St
Madison, WI | Downtown Madison
1 Bedroom
$1,465
771 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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Last updated January 25 at 03:24 AM
A luxury apartment community near the Capitol and area restaurants. On-site bike storage and heated underground parking. Near a dog park, tennis court, and Lake Monona. Vaulted ceilings, wood flooring, and fireplaces provided.
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8 Units Available
Kennedy Place
2045 Atwood Avenue
Madison, WI | Marquette
1 Bedroom
$1,425
845 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,795
1125 sqft
Last updated January 25 at 03:56 PM
Some refer to it as simply “The Place”. It’s that prime, that primo. Welcome to Kennedy Place, the Schenk-Atwood neighborhood’s most upscale apartments.
1 Unit Available
458 Warbler Lane
458 Warbler Lane
Madison, WI | Berkeley Oaks
3 Bedrooms
$1,525
1344 sqft
Last updated January 26 at 03:55 PM
New 3 bedroom 2 bath manufactured home with 1344sqft of living space. Includes a gas stove, dishwasher and fridge, washer/dryer hookups, central air and 2 off street parking spaces. First month of rent is only $299 plus security deposit.
1 Unit Available
2018 N Sherman Ave
2018 North Sherman Avenue
Madison, WI | Brentwood Village
1 Bedroom
$775
700 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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Last updated January 26 at 01:01 PM
Available 04/15/21 Spacious 1 bedroom Apartments - Property Id: 310336 55 and older property. Very pleasant building on the Eastside of Madison . Freshly painted units. Close to grocery stores, Walgreens, and the bus line is out your door.
1 Unit Available
914 W Badger Rd
914 West Badger Road
Madison, WI | Burr Oaks
2 Bedrooms
$875
850 sqft
Last updated January 26 at 01:01 PM
Badger Rd - Property Id: 362217 Madison South West Side - 914 W. Badger Rd - Near South Transfer Station & MATC South Campus - Contact our office for a free application - Turbo Tenant Applications are not monitored or accepted 2-bedroom, 1 bath.
1 Unit Available
630 N Frances St 104
630 North Frances Street
Madison, WI | State-Langdon
2 Bedrooms
$1,600
980 sqft
Last updated January 26 at 01:01 PM
Surf and Surfside Apartments - Property Id: 469507 Discover your new home at The Surf & Surfside Apartments. This property is situated on Mendota Ct. in the 53703 area of Madison.
1 Unit Available
2019 East Washington Avenue
2019 East Washington Avenue
Madison, WI | Marquette
3 Bedrooms
$1,190
1410 sqft
Last updated January 26 at 01:01 PM
Available 12-1 Nice Spacious 3 bedroom flat with FREE HEAT & WATER. Large Bedrooms and walk in closets Free offstreet parking and pets. NEW KITCHEN AND BATHROOM. Laundry on site. Beautiful hardwood and trim throughout the flat.
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City Guide

Monona
During the 1940s construction workers in Monona, Wisconsin accidentally cut into an old Indian burial mound! Inside the mound, which they believe to have been built by the Hopewell Indians about 1,500 years ago, they found human skeletons that were once buried ceremonially there. The area where this mound was discovered was originally named Indian Mounds Park.
During the 1940s construction workers in Monona, Wisconsin accidentally cut into an old Indian burial mound! Inside the mound, which they believe to have been built by the Hopewell Indians about 1,500 years ago, they found human skeletons that were once buried ceremonially there. The area where this mound was discovered was originally named Indian Mounds Park.

Monona, Wisconsin is technically a suburb of Madison, considered to be a part of the Madison Metropolitan Statistical area. However, that doesn't mean that it's just some neighborhood where people that spend their time in Madison go to sleep when they're not at work or play. In fact, Monona has strong ties to its culture and history, and has a number of things to do, whether you're an outdoorsman, history buff, or someone who just likes having a good time. Monona started out as a village in the 1940s and 1950s, which eventually grew in population and geographical size, and by the 1970s, Monona became the place we know it today. Monona has about 7,500 residents, all of which enjoy calling this small Wisconsin town home.

Moving to Monona

The first step to moving is thinking about what you want in a house rental in Monona. Do you want it to be somewhere big? Do you want it to be in a specific location? Do you want to have an easy and convenient commute from your one bedroom apartment? Do you want to have amenities like a pool or washing machine? Decide what you must have in your new home, then use that info to find potential new apts for rent. Browse an apartments locator, then narrow your list of homes down. Once you have a group of homes you like, make an appointment to see each of them with a realtor or potential landlord. You're going to want to be ready to apply for an apartment in case you see something you like. If you don't, someone might snatch it right out from under you! To apply, gather things like your bank statements, tax returns, pay stubs, a letter of employment, and any other proof of income. You're going to want to prove to your potential landlord that you're an awesome person and renter who pays rent on time. To do this, you can also gather letters of reference from friends and former landlords. Who better to attest to the fact that you're a great tenant?

Moving to Monona
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The first step to moving is thinking about what you want in a house rental in Monona. Do you want it to be somewhere big? Do you want it to be in a specific location? Do you want to have an easy and convenient commute from your one bedroom apartment? Do you want to have amenities like a pool or washing machine? Decide what you must have in your new home, then use that info to find potential new apts for rent. Browse an apartments locator, then narrow your list of homes down. Once you have a group of homes you like, make an appointment to see each of them with a realtor or potential landlord. You're going to want to be ready to apply for an apartment in case you see something you like. If you don't, someone might snatch it right out from under you! To apply, gather things like your bank statements, tax returns, pay stubs, a letter of employment, and any other proof of income. You're going to want to prove to your potential landlord that you're an awesome person and renter who pays rent on time. To do this, you can also gather letters of reference from friends and former landlords. Who better to attest to the fact that you're a great tenant?

Neighborhoods in Monona

Monona is small enough that many people consider it to be a neighborhood of Madison, but in reality, Monona is its own place with smaller neighborhoods inside of it. If you want to know what the best place for you in Monona is, check out the helpful neighborhood information below. After all, why would you want to end up in a house that you like if you hate the neighborhood around it and never want to leave? Do a little research, and you'll like both your home and your hometown.

Belle Isle: Belle Isle and the surrounding areas make up the western portion of the city. They touch Lake Monona, so it's a great place to be if you like waterfront views. Also, Belle Isle and the surrounding areas are perfect if you like sports or spending time outside. That's because the area is packed with parks; you can find Oneida Park, Winnequah Park, Firemen's Park, and Maywood Park just nearby.

Frost Woods: This neighborhood makes up the eastern part of town, and it has more residential streets than parks, although it is on Squaw Bay, so you can still have waterfront views. Choose this neighborhood if you want more commercial and bustling activity; it has great restaurants like Cranberry Creek Restaurant and Red Robin Gourmet Burgers.

Neighborhoods in Monona
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Monona is small enough that many people consider it to be a neighborhood of Madison, but in reality, Monona is its own place with smaller neighborhoods inside of it. If you want to know what the best place for you in Monona is, check out the helpful neighborhood information below. After all, why would you want to end up in a house that you like if you hate the neighborhood around it and never want to leave? Do a little research, and you'll like both your home and your hometown.

Belle Isle: Belle Isle and the surrounding areas make up the western portion of the city. They touch Lake Monona, so it's a great place to be if you like waterfront views. Also, Belle Isle and the surrounding areas are perfect if you like sports or spending time outside. That's because the area is packed with parks; you can find Oneida Park, Winnequah Park, Firemen's Park, and Maywood Park just nearby.

Frost Woods: This neighborhood makes up the eastern part of town, and it has more residential streets than parks, although it is on Squaw Bay, so you can still have waterfront views. Choose this neighborhood if you want more commercial and bustling activity; it has great restaurants like Cranberry Creek Restaurant and Red Robin Gourmet Burgers.

Living in Monona

Monona was a town on its own before it became surrounded by Madison, so it has its own distinctive culture and pride about its history. Indian Mounds Park plays a big part in that, as direct evidence of the long native American history that exists in this region.

People here like spending time outside, mostly in the summer, when the weather isn't biting cold. You can take part in water sports on Lake Monona, Squaw Bay and the Yahara River, or you can participate in sports at the plethora of parks that are in town, like Woodland Park, Ahuska Park, Edna Taylor Conservation Park, Thut Park, Waunona Park. This list just goes on and on!

If you like eating and shopping, this is a great place for you to live. It has a great mall, called South Towne Mall, and it also has a bounty of great restaurants, including Happy Wok, Bourbon Street Grille, Pizza Oven, Angelo's, David's Jamaican Cuisine and Fat Jack's Barbecue.

If you're interested in wandering into the heart of Madison, just hop in your car! The drive is about 10 minutes. You don't even have to have your own set of wheels to get there, since there are several bus options that will get you right into town. Once you're into town, there is no shortage of ways to learn, engage or be entertained. Some of the most popular spots in town include the Wisconsin State Capitol, the Henry Vilas zoo, the Olbrich Botanical Gardens, and the Madison Children's Museum.

Living in Monona
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Monona was a town on its own before it became surrounded by Madison, so it has its own distinctive culture and pride about its history. Indian Mounds Park plays a big part in that, as direct evidence of the long native American history that exists in this region.

People here like spending time outside, mostly in the summer, when the weather isn't biting cold. You can take part in water sports on Lake Monona, Squaw Bay and the Yahara River, or you can participate in sports at the plethora of parks that are in town, like Woodland Park, Ahuska Park, Edna Taylor Conservation Park, Thut Park, Waunona Park. This list just goes on and on!

If you like eating and shopping, this is a great place for you to live. It has a great mall, called South Towne Mall, and it also has a bounty of great restaurants, including Happy Wok, Bourbon Street Grille, Pizza Oven, Angelo's, David's Jamaican Cuisine and Fat Jack's Barbecue.

If you're interested in wandering into the heart of Madison, just hop in your car! The drive is about 10 minutes. You don't even have to have your own set of wheels to get there, since there are several bus options that will get you right into town. Once you're into town, there is no shortage of ways to learn, engage or be entertained. Some of the most popular spots in town include the Wisconsin State Capitol, the Henry Vilas zoo, the Olbrich Botanical Gardens, and the Madison Children's Museum.

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City Guide

Monona
During the 1940s construction workers in Monona, Wisconsin accidentally cut into an old Indian burial mound! Inside the mound, which they believe to have been built by the Hopewell Indians about 1,500 years ago, they found human skeletons that were once buried ceremonially there. The area where this mound was discovered was originally named Indian Mounds Park.
During the 1940s construction workers in Monona, Wisconsin accidentally cut into an old Indian burial mound! Inside the mound, which they believe to have been built by the Hopewell Indians about 1,500 years ago, they found human skeletons that were once buried ceremonially there. The area where this mound was discovered was originally named Indian Mounds Park.

Monona, Wisconsin is technically a suburb of Madison, considered to be a part of the Madison Metropolitan Statistical area. However, that doesn't mean that it's just some neighborhood where people that spend their time in Madison go to sleep when they're not at work or play. In fact, Monona has strong ties to its culture and history, and has a number of things to do, whether you're an outdoorsman, history buff, or someone who just likes having a good time. Monona started out as a village in the 1940s and 1950s, which eventually grew in population and geographical size, and by the 1970s, Monona became the place we know it today. Monona has about 7,500 residents, all of which enjoy calling this small Wisconsin town home.

Moving to Monona

The first step to moving is thinking about what you want in a house rental in Monona. Do you want it to be somewhere big? Do you want it to be in a specific location? Do you want to have an easy and convenient commute from your one bedroom apartment? Do you want to have amenities like a pool or washing machine? Decide what you must have in your new home, then use that info to find potential new apts for rent. Browse an apartments locator, then narrow your list of homes down. Once you have a group of homes you like, make an appointment to see each of them with a realtor or potential landlord. You're going to want to be ready to apply for an apartment in case you see something you like. If you don't, someone might snatch it right out from under you! To apply, gather things like your bank statements, tax returns, pay stubs, a letter of employment, and any other proof of income. You're going to want to prove to your potential landlord that you're an awesome person and renter who pays rent on time. To do this, you can also gather letters of reference from friends and former landlords. Who better to attest to the fact that you're a great tenant?

Moving to Monona
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The first step to moving is thinking about what you want in a house rental in Monona. Do you want it to be somewhere big? Do you want it to be in a specific location? Do you want to have an easy and convenient commute from your one bedroom apartment? Do you want to have amenities like a pool or washing machine? Decide what you must have in your new home, then use that info to find potential new apts for rent. Browse an apartments locator, then narrow your list of homes down. Once you have a group of homes you like, make an appointment to see each of them with a realtor or potential landlord. You're going to want to be ready to apply for an apartment in case you see something you like. If you don't, someone might snatch it right out from under you! To apply, gather things like your bank statements, tax returns, pay stubs, a letter of employment, and any other proof of income. You're going to want to prove to your potential landlord that you're an awesome person and renter who pays rent on time. To do this, you can also gather letters of reference from friends and former landlords. Who better to attest to the fact that you're a great tenant?

Neighborhoods in Monona

Monona is small enough that many people consider it to be a neighborhood of Madison, but in reality, Monona is its own place with smaller neighborhoods inside of it. If you want to know what the best place for you in Monona is, check out the helpful neighborhood information below. After all, why would you want to end up in a house that you like if you hate the neighborhood around it and never want to leave? Do a little research, and you'll like both your home and your hometown.

Belle Isle: Belle Isle and the surrounding areas make up the western portion of the city. They touch Lake Monona, so it's a great place to be if you like waterfront views. Also, Belle Isle and the surrounding areas are perfect if you like sports or spending time outside. That's because the area is packed with parks; you can find Oneida Park, Winnequah Park, Firemen's Park, and Maywood Park just nearby.

Frost Woods: This neighborhood makes up the eastern part of town, and it has more residential streets than parks, although it is on Squaw Bay, so you can still have waterfront views. Choose this neighborhood if you want more commercial and bustling activity; it has great restaurants like Cranberry Creek Restaurant and Red Robin Gourmet Burgers.

Neighborhoods in Monona
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Monona is small enough that many people consider it to be a neighborhood of Madison, but in reality, Monona is its own place with smaller neighborhoods inside of it. If you want to know what the best place for you in Monona is, check out the helpful neighborhood information below. After all, why would you want to end up in a house that you like if you hate the neighborhood around it and never want to leave? Do a little research, and you'll like both your home and your hometown.

Belle Isle: Belle Isle and the surrounding areas make up the western portion of the city. They touch Lake Monona, so it's a great place to be if you like waterfront views. Also, Belle Isle and the surrounding areas are perfect if you like sports or spending time outside. That's because the area is packed with parks; you can find Oneida Park, Winnequah Park, Firemen's Park, and Maywood Park just nearby.

Frost Woods: This neighborhood makes up the eastern part of town, and it has more residential streets than parks, although it is on Squaw Bay, so you can still have waterfront views. Choose this neighborhood if you want more commercial and bustling activity; it has great restaurants like Cranberry Creek Restaurant and Red Robin Gourmet Burgers.

Living in Monona

Monona was a town on its own before it became surrounded by Madison, so it has its own distinctive culture and pride about its history. Indian Mounds Park plays a big part in that, as direct evidence of the long native American history that exists in this region.

People here like spending time outside, mostly in the summer, when the weather isn't biting cold. You can take part in water sports on Lake Monona, Squaw Bay and the Yahara River, or you can participate in sports at the plethora of parks that are in town, like Woodland Park, Ahuska Park, Edna Taylor Conservation Park, Thut Park, Waunona Park. This list just goes on and on!

If you like eating and shopping, this is a great place for you to live. It has a great mall, called South Towne Mall, and it also has a bounty of great restaurants, including Happy Wok, Bourbon Street Grille, Pizza Oven, Angelo's, David's Jamaican Cuisine and Fat Jack's Barbecue.

If you're interested in wandering into the heart of Madison, just hop in your car! The drive is about 10 minutes. You don't even have to have your own set of wheels to get there, since there are several bus options that will get you right into town. Once you're into town, there is no shortage of ways to learn, engage or be entertained. Some of the most popular spots in town include the Wisconsin State Capitol, the Henry Vilas zoo, the Olbrich Botanical Gardens, and the Madison Children's Museum.

Living in Monona
+

Monona was a town on its own before it became surrounded by Madison, so it has its own distinctive culture and pride about its history. Indian Mounds Park plays a big part in that, as direct evidence of the long native American history that exists in this region.

People here like spending time outside, mostly in the summer, when the weather isn't biting cold. You can take part in water sports on Lake Monona, Squaw Bay and the Yahara River, or you can participate in sports at the plethora of parks that are in town, like Woodland Park, Ahuska Park, Edna Taylor Conservation Park, Thut Park, Waunona Park. This list just goes on and on!

If you like eating and shopping, this is a great place for you to live. It has a great mall, called South Towne Mall, and it also has a bounty of great restaurants, including Happy Wok, Bourbon Street Grille, Pizza Oven, Angelo's, David's Jamaican Cuisine and Fat Jack's Barbecue.

If you're interested in wandering into the heart of Madison, just hop in your car! The drive is about 10 minutes. You don't even have to have your own set of wheels to get there, since there are several bus options that will get you right into town. Once you're into town, there is no shortage of ways to learn, engage or be entertained. Some of the most popular spots in town include the Wisconsin State Capitol, the Henry Vilas zoo, the Olbrich Botanical Gardens, and the Madison Children's Museum.