The unincorporated community of Arkansaw, WI, is located in Pepin County, about three miles west of Durand along U.S. Route 10. Situated within the eastern portion of the town of Waterville, Arkansaw covers a small land area of less than one square mile, home to a population of fewer than 1000 people.
Arkansaw was founded in the early 1850s along Arkansaw Creek, which was named in honor of the Arkansas River. The community initially grew around lumbering after the first local sawmill opened in 1852. Most early development centered around three dams built on the creek within a mile of each other, until all three were wiped out by a flood in 1907. The area today is home to Arkansaw Creek Park, Pepin County Fairgrounds and three churches: Catholic, United Methodist and Community of Christ.
When it comes to maintaining your vehicle, Adam’s Super Service is the local auto repair shop you can trust to stay driving at your best. As a NAPA AutoCare Gold Certified shop employing ASE-Certified technicians, we’ve been serving Arkansaw drivers since 2008 with a complete range of auto repairs on nearly all makes, foreign and domestic. We’re conveniently located on West Madison Street in nearby Durand, where our team always delivers honest and thorough workmanship, backed by NAPA’s Nationwide Peace of Mind warranty protection.