Shopiere is an unincorporated community in the Town of Turtle, in Rock County, Wisconsin.
The first settlement at Shopiere was made in the 1830s by a colony from Connecticut. The name is derived from chaux pierre, French for limestone, which is abundant in the area.
The community was the last home of Louis P. Harvey, the short-lived governor of Wisconsin, who drowned bringing medical supplies to wounded troops near the Civil War Battle of Shiloh in 1862.
Coordinates: 42°34′20″N 88°56′24″W / 42.572219°N 88.939991°W