Adams County Wisconsin Townships
Adams County is part of the Central Sands region located between Wisconsin Dells and Wisconsin Rapids. The Wisconsin River creates the western border of the county, also forming both Castle Rock Lake and Lake Petenwell, the 4th and 2nd largest inland bodies of water in Wisconsin. There is a mix of farmland and recreational areas and has both Full-time residential homes and vacation getaway homes and cabins. You can find lakes, creeks, trout streams, public land, parks, ATV routes, snowmobile trails, rock formations, whitetail deer, wild turkey, bald eagles, a multitude of bird species, woodland creatures, even some wolves and black bears here in Adams County, Wisconsin.
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Adams County WI Townships
Adams Township is home to the City of Adams and Friendship Village where the county seat is located. These two communities are the largest in the County and offer shopping, health care, entertainment and home to Landman Realty llc. This township has Friendship Lake, Little Roche-a-Cri Creek, Klein Creek, Fordham Creek, Duck Creek, the Union Pacific Rail Road, Houghton Rock and Lighthouse Rock. At the southwest part of Adams Township is Quincy Bluff Wetlands Natural Area owned by the State of Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources which is opened to the public for hunting, hiking, wildlife observation, etc...
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Big Flats Township
Big Flats Township is located in Adams County, Central Wisconsin at the main intersection of State Highway 13 & County Road C. Known for its ATV routes, Snowmobile trails, thousands of acres of public land , Big Roche-a-Cri Creek, Dead Horse Creek, Dry Creek, and Carter Creek. Big Flats also has 3 of the 23 named Rock Formations in Adams County; Rabbit Rock, Keystone Rock and Minnie Rock. There is a lot of land open to the Public via a large corporate Timber Company.
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Colburn Township is located in Adams County, Central Wisconsin at the intersection of County Road C and G. It's known for the Colburn Wildlife Area which is about 5,000 acres almost 8 square miles of public land of the 36 sq miles Colburn consists of. Also Carter Creek (trout stream), Dry Creek, Buckner Creek and it just touches Big Roche-a-Cri Creek also a trout stream.
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Dell Prairie Township
Dell Prairie Township is located in Adams County, Central Wisconsin just north of Wisconsin Dells at the main intersection of State Highway 13 & County Road K. It's known for several miles of Wisconsin River frontage bordering the westside and separating Adams County from Juneau County, WI. Here you can find Fawn Lake which flows into Trout Creek. Also there is Shadduck Creek, Gulch Creek and Plainville Creek which runs right past Plainville. Dell Prairie is just north of the famous Wisconsin Dells. There are two rock formations in this township, the historical Steamboat Rock and Elephant Rock.
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Easton Township is Located in Adams County, Central Wisconsin and is home to both Grand Marsh & Grand Marsh State Bank. In the south western part of Easton Township is the Town of White Creek named after White Creek which flows through it. There are 2 small lakes in the township; Easton Lake in the town of Easton and Easton Shores Pond newly opened to the public after the surrounding land was subdivided in to Easton Shores. There are a couple of creeks including Fairbanks Creek, Campbell Creek and Risk Creek, which formed Easton Shores Lake. There are quite a bit of farmland in the area with two named Rock formations; Lighthouse Rock and Rattlesnake Rock.
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Jackson Township is located in Adams County, Wisconsin mostly known for its fishing lakes and the famous Neenah Creek trout stream and watershed. Jordon Lake offers 213 skiable acres and is 79 feet deep, Wolf Lake 50 acres and 50 ft deep electric motors only, Goose Lake is an 80 acre fishing lake, Peppermill Lake has 100 acres, Hill Lake acres unknown (WI DNR), McDougall Lake 9 acres, Deep Lake is only 35 acres and 47 feet deep, Crooked Lake is 48 acres and 56 feet deep, Parker Lake right on Hwy 82 is 59 skiable acres, there are about a dozen smaller unnamed lakes in Jackson Township as well. There are only 2 creeks in the township Neenah & O’Keefe. Plus you can find the Upper Neenah Creek State Fishery Area with great trout fishing which is open to the public.
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Leola Township is located in Adams County, Central Wisconsin most North Eastern township and mostly consists of farm land owned by a small number of people plus there are a couple of large parcels of State Land open to the public. There are no lakes and only 2 creeks in Leola, Big Roche-A-Cri Creek which flows Big Roche-A-Cri State Fishery and Fourteen Mile Creek which flows through Central Wisconsin Grassland Conservation Area then helps fill all three of the Tri-Lakes; Lake Camelot, Lake Sherwood & Lake Arrowhead in Rome Township to the west. Leola Township is home to Owens Rock which is located in Leola Marsh Wildlife Area.
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Lincoln Township is located in Adams County, Central Wisconsin; for the most part is a farming community and has only half dozen tiny unnamed lakes plus Lawrence Creek which flows through Lawrence Creek Wildlife Area owned by the State of Wisconsin. County Road M and Cty Rd G is the main intersection and Fordham Creek trout stream just nicks the northwest corner of the township. Also Lincoln is home to Pilot Knob Bluff, Spring Bluff and Horse Shoe Bluff which is close to the Adams & Marquette County border.
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Monroe Township is located Adams County, Central Wisconsin; primarily a recreational area with about 10 miles of Petenwell Flowage frontage, thousands of acres of Wisconsin River Power Company & Corporate Timberland property which is open to the public. Most back roads are open to ATVs and snowmobiling via routes and trails. Petenwell County Park is nearly surrounded by Petenwell lake that offers a safe harbor, sandy beach camping, boat ramps and more... At the north end on Lake Petenwell is Kennedy Waters & Petenwell Landing developments which border Monroe Town Park. This park doesn’t see many people in the summer but in the winter is a hot spot for ice fishing & snowmobiling. The town hall is located in Monroe Center a small community with a couple Bars & Grills, full time and vacation with a small general store / gas station. The main intersection for this area is County Road C and Cty Rd Z. Also Monroe Township is home to Van Kuren Trail.
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New Chester Township
New Chester Township is located in Adams County (Central Wisconsin) and has two small communities; Brooks and Grand Marsh. Grand Marsh is home of the original Grand Marsh State Bank. It hosts the FAMOUS annual Corn N Tater Fest. The Union Pacific Railroad runs diagonally through New Chester Township passing both Grand Marsh and Brooks. 1 square mile (640 acres) of the township is owned by United States of America and has a federal training facility. It is also home to Oxford Federal Correctional Institution that has about 1,100 guests and employs about 400 area people. New Chester is a mixture of Recreation and Agriculture. There are several lakes in the Town of New Chester including Rollers Lake, Fenner Lake, Lake McGinnis (where Neenah Creek Trout Stream headwaters start) and Patrick Lake that also has a County Park. You can enjoy the outdoors in the 2 State owned Wildlife areas; Lawrence Creek Wildlife Area & Upper Neenah State Fishery Area.
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New Haven Township
New Haven Township is located in the southwest corner of Adams County, Central Wisconsin. This area has larger land parcels besides the small parcels of land around the lakes. To the south is Columbia County and to the east is Marquette County. Big Spring creek flow into Mason Lake which has the southernmost county park in Adams County. New Haven also has Big Spring Lake, Big Spring Creek, O’Keefe Creek, several private lakes and Amey Pond which is surrounded by Amey Pond Fish and Wildlife Management Area owned by State of Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources. State Highway 23 cuts through the southern end of this Township and Cty Road G & P is a main intersection for the area. Briggsville is located on the eastside of Mason Lake which is in Marquette Cty.
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Preston Township is located in Adams County, Central Wisconsin just north of Adams/Friendship. Preston has the only State Park in the County; Roche-A-Cri State Park. The park features Roche-A-Cri Mound which has 303 steps all the way to the top with a lookout platform facing the north with views also to both east and west where you can see the hills of Coloma and all the way to the Wisconsin River Valley. Carter Creek flows through the state park and eventually feeds into Castle Rock Lake, WI. You can see dozens of Turkey Vultures circling the mound on any given day. Directly to the South is Friendship Mound which over looks both Friendship Lake and Friendship Park.
Preston is also home to Big Roche-A-Cri Lake which is about 200 acres of ski able water formed by Big Roche-A-Cri Creek trout stream. There's also Carter Creek, Deed Horse Creek, Fordham Creek and Bingham Creek which forms Bingham Pond. Besides Roche-A-Cri State Park there's also Remnant Fordham Creek and Remnant Little Roche-A-Cri Creek which is also open to the public for Trout Fishing and Hunting.
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Quincy Township is located in Adams County, Central Wisconsin and is home to Castle Rock County Park on Wisconsin’s 4th largest body of water; Castle Rock Lake. Castle Rock Hydro Dam helps regulate the water levels of the lake and provides a nice recreational area for fishermen. After the dam it turns back into the Wisconsin River System that flows south to Wisconsin Dells. Parts of the Township are heavily subdivided mostly for vacation homes. Dellwood is one of the largest and oldest subdivisions in Quincy. Here’s where several of the area creeks feed into Castle Rock Lake; Little Roche-A-Cri Creek, Klein Creek, Duck Creek and White Creek. Quincy Township doesn’t have much for lakes but there is Silver lake about 7 acres and two large unnamed lakes by Quincy Bluffs Wetlands Area. There are also 2 rock formations including Lone Rock and Quincy Bluff.
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Richfield Township is located in Adams County, Central Wisconsin which is primarily a farming area on the eastern side and more wetlands on the western side. Richfield has 3 creeks Bingham Creek, Little Roche-A-Cri Creek and Fordham Creek trout stream but no Lakes. State highway 21 is one of Central Wisconsin main arteries running east and west. Ship Rock located on Hwy 21 is a wayside and is open during the summer months. Preston Rock is a rock formation that falls on the Richfield / Preston Township line.
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Rome Township is located at the northwest part of Adams County, Central Wisconsin home of the Tri-Lakes; Lake Arrowhead 300 acres, Lakes Sherwood 246 acres & Lake Camelot 445 acres. The areas around the lakes are heavily developed and have covenants, rules, regulations and restrictions. There are literally hundreds of deeded lake access parcels on both sides of Hwy 13 around these all sports fishing lakes. There are a couple of stream running through Rome including Chester Creek, Spring Branch which flows into Sherwood Lake, Fourteen Mile Creek which fills Lake Camelot and Lake Arrowhead then dumps in to Lake Petenwell that is part of the Wisconsin River Flowage System. Twin Lakes is also located in the Township right across the street from Petenwell right by Twin Lakes Nature Preserve; 45 wooded / wetland acres. There are two rock formations Hamilton Mound and D'oro Couche aka Dyracuse Mound part of Dyracuse Off-Road Park close to Monroe Prairie Recreation Area for ATVing. Most of the back roads are open to both ATVing and Snowmobiling via routes. Rome WI is known for the Lake Arrowhead Golf Courses; The Pine Course and The Lakes Course plus Room to Roam Dog Park.
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Springville Township is located in Adams County, Central Wisconsin which borders the Wisconsin River to the West. There are several streams that run through this area including; Duck Creek, White Creek, Cornering Creek and a couple unnamed creeks. There not much for public land in this township it's mostly private owned wooded, residential and farmland from small lots to large acreage; also home to Anderson Bluff. Springville is only a couple minutes from the Famous “Wisconsin Dells” where you can find water parks, restaurants, entertainment and lots of events throughout the year. The main intersection is State Highway 13 & State Hwy 82 which is a main road that crosses the Wisconsin River.
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Strongs Prairie Township
Strongs Prairie Township is located in Adams County, Central Wisconsin which borders plenty of frontage on Castle Rock Lake and Lake Petenwell along the West side. ATV Routes and Snowmobile Trails connect to the trail system in the Monroe Township to the North and this area offers plenty of public access land and several great launches on both lakes. And Strongs Prairie is home to the Castle Rock Horseback Riding Trails which consists of about 50 miles of roads and path through the woods.
Dead Horse Creek joins Big Roche-A-Cri Creek which flows into Arkdale Lake created by a small dam then moves on past Crystal Brook Woods just north of Northern Bay and then ends up in Castle Rock Lake. Also on the southeast corner Carter Creek joins with Little Roche-A-Cri Creek which ends up flowing into Castle Rock Lake part of the Wisconsin Flowage System. A good portion of the west side along the lakes and the section of the Wisconsin River is public land owned by Wisconsin River Power Company.
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Adams County Wisconsin Townships; Adams, Big Flats, Colburn, Dell Prairie, Easton, Jackson, Leola, Lincoln, Monroe, New Chester, New Haven, Preston, Quincy, Richfield, Rome, Springville and Strongs Prairie Township. Area Information Tabs including Public Land, Trout Streams, Towns, Cities, Rock Formations, Lakes...