Bristol, Wisconsin is a far northern, rural, suburb of Chicago. It is directly adjacent to 41/I94, is located on the Illinois state line, and is separated from Lake Michigan by Pleasant Prairie and Kenosha. Bristol is a convenient commute to Chicago & the Northshore , Lake Geneva and Milwaukee. It takes approximately 35 minutes to get to Bristol from Lake-Cook Road via I94 or 41.


Bristol is lovely horse country and an increasingly popular equestrian community. Bristol is convenient to a wide variety of existing horse, veterinary, and competition facilities.  The Village of Bristol is composed of working farms, horse and weekend properties, lake houses and village homes. Bristol has good schools and many family friendly neighborhoods, truly offering an enviable mix of town and country life. As rural Lake County rapidly disappears, Bristol remains one of the last rural enclaves in the Chicago area.


Current Bristol residents are working to ensure that Bristol retains its rural character. If you love open space, horses, nature, gardening, fishing, flying, or country sport, you may want to invest in our community of like minded people. Bristol land is still available – but perhaps not for long.


The Village of Bristol maintains an official web site. This site contains information about town government.  To visit the Village website, go to: www.villageofbristol.org


You are currently visiting a PRIVATE website established to highlight the benefits of town & country life in Bristol.








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