Stump Lake Village continues to expand each year and the buildings and grounds are more attractive each year. The society remains dependent upon donations and there is always a need for volunteers. We encourage everyone who is interested in contributing to our efforts in any manner to do so. Combined with Stump Lake Park, there is something to do for all ages. Whitetail deer browse the grounds of both the Pioneer Village and Stump Lake Park. 60 acres of woods provide a home for a wide rage of wildlife from deer to birds. Teddy Roosevelt established the second wildlife refuge in the nation at Stump Lake Park because of its great variety of waterfowl.