Serving the Randolph area community since 2001

Lost Lake-Randolph Historical Society

Preserving the Past for Today and for Tomorrow

Learn About The Society

The society was formed in 2001 by concerned citizens seeking to preserve the old St. Mary's Church at Lost Lake. With the financial support of more than 200 people we were successful, and on April 15, 2002 the church became the official home of the Lost Lake - Randolph Historical Society.

About ten minutes South on Highway 73 from Randolph, and about 15 minutes north of Columbus, the Lost Lake-Randolph Historical Society is dedicated to preserving local history and educating future generations.

St. Mary's Church - Modern
School House before rehab

Building Preservation

The Society actively maintains four historic buildings on the grounds of the museum.

Museum Exhibits

The Society's buildings house a multitude of exhibits on local and state history.


The Society provides educational field-trip opportunities for area schools.

Frequently Asked Questions

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Lost Lake - Randolph Historical Society

The Lost Lake - Randolph Historical Society is one of thirteen local historical societies in Dodge County, Wisconsin. Our mission is to preserve our unique local history and be an educational resource for the community.

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