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Coloma is a village in Waushara County Wisconsin, United States. The population was 450 at the 2010 census. The village is within the town of Coloma.


Coloma is a small town in the center of Wisconsin. Best known for its annual Chicken-Chew festival, the town attracts tourists from all over the Midwest who come to its many nearby lakes.

Get in[edit]

Coloma is at the crossroads of Interstate 39 and Wisconsin State Highway 21. It is accessible by foot or vehicular traffic.

Get around[edit]

The best way to get around is by car or foot. There is no public transportation system.


The Coloma water tower is credited for being the first lollipop water tower in the world. It can be seen from many places in town and from the interstate. The Coloma Area Historical Society located in the town park provides a look back into the town's humble past.






The Coloma Hotel is in the center of town and dates back more than 125 years.


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Routes through Coloma
WausauStevens Point  N I-39.svgUS 51.svg S  PortageMadison
TomahNecedah  W WIS 21.svg E  WautomaOshkosh

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