Counties in Wisconsin that I have Visited

There are 72 counties in Wisconsin
The Badger State

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Wisconsin County Outline Map

Wisconsin, courtesy of: Mob Rule

I have visited 59 Counties = 81.9% of Counties in Wisconsin


Mawikwe Sea Caves

Mawikwe Sea Caves
on Lake Superior

State Capitol in Madison
State Highpoint at Timms Hill


Counties in Wisconsin

Below are the 72 counties in Wisconsin. Although infrequent, counties sometimes do change so please let me know if any of this information is out of date and I will update it. Those counties that I have visited are in Red. If I have a photograph or other item associated with a county somewhere else on my website, there will also be a link.
  1. Adams: Quad County Towns
  2. Ashland: Tombolo!; Apostle Islands / Bayfield Peninsula Map & Index (Madeline Island / Bayfield Ferry, Madeline Island's Big Bay, Madeline Island Historical Museum, Miscellaneous Locations); South Shore Brewery
  3. Barron: Barron County Street Grid; Big Zero; Town of County Line
  4. Bayfield: Run on Water; Apostle Islands / Bayfield Peninsula Map & Index (Bayfield; Little Sand Bay & Hokenson Brothers Fishery, Madeline Island / Bayfield Ferry, Mawikwe Sea Caves, Miscellaneous Locations; Raspberry Island; Sand Island & Eagle Island).
  5. Brown: Atlas: Brown County in 1850;Streets Named After...
  6. Buffalo: Mississippi River Lock & Dam Number 4
  7. Burnett
  8. Calumet: Rowland's Calumet Brewing Co.
  9. Chippewa
  10. Clark
  11. Columbia: Quad County Towns; Portage USA; Webby Finds; Perfect Weather; Moosejaw Pizza & Brewery
  12. Crawford: 1000!
  13. Dane: Hooker Ave & Pleasure Dr.; Ale Asylum; Angelic Brewing Co.; Capital Brewery; Granite City Food & Brewery; Great Dane Pub & Brewing Co.; Grumpy Troll Brew Pub; J. T. Whitney's Pub & Brewery
  14. Dodge
  15. Door: Icelandic Diaspora; Some Longitudinal Lines; Slices of Belgium; Cana Island Lighthouse; Fewest County Borders - Part II: Peninsulas; Washington Island; Shipwrecked Brew Pub
  16. Douglas: Street View Roadkill; Adjacent Tree Towns
  17. Dunn
  18. Eau Claire: Northwoods Brewpub Grill
  19. Florence
  20. Fond Du Lac
  21. Forest
  22. Grant: Cassville Ferry; The Point of Beginning; Wisconsin's Great River Road; Rapid Transit in 1844
  23. Green
  24. Green Lake
  25. Iowa: The Sylvester Family Journey to Wisconsin in 1844; County with (Another) State's Name; Brewery Creek Brewing
  26. Iron: Wisconsin to Michigan Bridge
  27. Jackson
  28. Jefferson: Ixonia; The Jeffersons and Beyond; Octagons; Wisconsin Floods - 2008; Bellows Brew Pub; Tyranena Brewing Company
  29. Juneau: What the Dell?; Quad County Towns
  30. Kenosha
  31. Kewaunee
  32. La Crosse: Pearl Street Brewery; Sunny the Sunfish
  33. Lafayette: Wisconsin's Original Capitol; The Point of Beginning
  34. Langlade
  35. Lincoln
  36. Manitowoc: Lake Michigan Car Ferry
  37. Marathon: Largest county in Wisconsin (1,545 square miles); The 45X90 Spot
  38. Marinette
  39. Marquette
  40. Menominee: Smallest county population in Wisconsin (4,562 people in 2000 Census); Menominee Indian Tribe of Wisconsin.
  41. Milwaukee: Largest county population in Wisconsin (940,164 people in 2000 Census); General Mitchell Airport; Moorish Revival; Highway to Park; The Oddity That Got Away; 81 on 81; Recombobulation Area; Milwaukee Ale House; Milwaukee Breakwater Light; Water Street Brewery; Where the Stadium Once Stood
  42. Monroe
  43. Oconto: Chicken Scratch
  44. Oneida: Minocqua Brewing Company
  45. Outagamie: Fox River Brewing Company - Appleton
  46. Ozaukee: Smallest county in Wisconsin (232 square miles).
  47. Pepin: Fort St. Antoine; Lake Pepin
  48. Pierce: Bow and Arrow Formation
  49. Polk: Polk-Barron and Quadripoint
  50. Portage
  51. Price: Million Acre Swamp; Timm's Hill - The Highest Point in Wisconsin; Why THIS Spot?
  52. Racine
  53. Richland
  54. Rock
  55. Rusk: Ladysmith
  56. St. Croix: Beery Places
  57. Sauk: Quad County Towns; Lake Delton is Gone; The House on the Rock
  58. Sawyer: The Big Musky
  59. Shawano
  60. Sheboygan: Completely Random
  61. Taylor
  62. Trempealeau
  63. Vernon
  64. Vilas: Rappers Delight
  65. Walworth: Randy's Fun Hunters Brewery
  66. Washburn
  67. Washington: Triple Letter
  68. Waukesha: Old World Wisconsin; GPS and Genealogy; Delafield Brewhaus
  69. Waupaca: Atlas: Brown County in 1850 (note - Waupaca was part of Brown in 1850)
  70. Waushara: Triple Letter
  71. Winnebago: Winneconne Rebellion; Fox River Brewing Company - Oshkosh
  72. Wood: Central Waters BrewPub


Quick facts about Wisconsin

Sources:

(1) U.S. Census Bureau FedStats - MapStats: 2000 Land Area; United States.
(2) U.S. Census Bureau American FactFinder: 2005 Population Estimates; Table GCT-T1.