Welcome to Southwestern Sheboygan County from folks in the Village of Adell, Village of Random Lake, and the Town of Sherman

We’re located along State Highway 57, the four lane rural expressway that provides a comfortable 45 minute drive south to Milwaukee.  Our area also is an easy 15- to 20-minute drive from cities like Sheboygan, Plymouth, West Bend and Port Washington.
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The Random Lake Area Chamber of Commerce has recognized Hayley Thomas, a Random Lake High School junior, for her outstanding service, work ethic and help at the Random Lake Fall Festival. She was supposed to work a two-hour shift and ended up staying nearly 6 hours to also help with clean-up! Mr. Trimberger presented Hayley with the letter.

The Random Lake Area Chamber of Commerce Executive Director, Ted Neitzke, wrote “She is a great asset to our community.”

We’re proud to have you representing our school, Hayley! #RLRamNation



RL School District Needs Your Help


Highway 144 Repaving Project

The start date is scheduled for Monday July 10th.  Below is a link to the construction website. Once the project begins it will be listed.


Badger Tag & Label Breaks Ground for Construction Project

New 22,000 square foot building will consolidate digital printing, corporate offices and flexographic presses; original facility to remain in use.

Random Lake, WI — May 9, 2017 —  Badger Tag & Label recently broke ground and construction is already underway for a new 22,000 square foot building.  Located on twelve acres in the town of Sherman, the building’s address, N507 Badger Way, will be on the road custom named for the company.  This will be Badger’s second facility in the Random Lake area and they will continue to utilize their original building at 83  Bentert Street.

Comprising the new building space will be 14,271 feet for production, 4,393 for warehouse/storage, 2,280 of corporate offices, and 1,056 feet for a receiving area.  The production area will be the new home of four flexographic presses, to be moved from the original facility, for printing custom tags and labels; the rewind department which will also move from the original facility; as well as a digital press and plotter cutter for diecutting of specialty projects that are currently housed at a separate Plymouth location.  Construction is slated to be complete later this year.  The 30,000 square foot original building will carry on the tag and label printing company’s eighty-two year tradition as the letterpress printing and finishing location.

Architect Rendering of Badger Tag & Label


Donation to Lakeview Community Library

The Random Lake Area Chamber of Commerce’s treasurer Jane Rumack presented a $200.00 check to librarian Jackie Rammer. The donation will be used to help with ” The Summer Reading Program”. 

For every book a person reads they will get credit toward a prize. The more books you read the better your chances to win something. This is open to any age group. If you need additional information please contact Jackie at 920-994-4825


The Random Lake Area Chamber of Commerce held its first job fair on March 15th. 23 employers and 157 attendees came to this event.



A Brief Aerial Tour of Random Lake





Familiar brands pop in Wisconsin’s soda scene

Jolly Good being reintroduced to market



On Friday September 2, 2016 the Random Lake Area Chamber of Commerce had a ribbon cutting ceremony for the new Random Lake Mini-Mart. It is located at the corner of Wolf Road and Random Lake Road. The new owners are Dan and Theresa Umhoefer. The store will be managed by Linda Kriefall. Besides Mobil products there is a large variety of food, beer & spirits, JOLLY GOOD, among other items. The Umhoefer’s also own and manage the Adell Mini-Mart along with several others in the state. Please stop in and say hello to the newest retail business in Random Lake.


Pictured left to right are Theresa Umhoefer owner- Ed Ritger Village Atty-. Matthew Brockmeier Village President- Dan Umhoefer-Owner-Ted Neitzke Exec.Dir. of the chamber-Chris Bemis RLACC member-Tom Slezewski- chamber president-LindaKriefall manager




AJS Tap Handles is the Random Lake Area Chamber of Commerce’s newest member. Mark Steinhardt is the general manger of the expanding company. This year AJS is doubling the size of the facility.

What does AJS make?  AJS is the largest manufacturer of tap handles in the United States. This is their only facility. There over 5000 different tap handles that they have designed. They attribute their growth to the growing popularity of craft brewers. And it’s all right here in Random Lake, Wisconsin. And now you know.





TaTiana’s Road Trips: Random Lake
Random Lake is a small town with a large history
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2017 Digital Version of the Visitor Guide


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