Wisconsin Townships | Adams County

New Chester Township WI

New Chester Township is located in Adams County, Central Wisconsin which has two smaller communities; Brooks and Grand Marsh.  Grand Marsh is home of the original Grand Marsh State Bank and hosts the FAMOUS annual Corn N Tater fest. The Union Pacific Railroad runs diagonally through the New Chester 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 plus Oxford Federal Correctional Institution which has about 1,100 guests and employs about 400 area people. New Chester is a mixture of Recreation and Agriculture plus there are several lakes including Rollers Lake, Fenner Lake, Lake McGinnis (where Neenah Creek Trout Stream headwaters start) and Patrick Lake which has a County Park. You can enjoy the outdoors in 2 State owned Wildlife areas; Lawrence Creek Wildlife Area & Upper Neenah State Fishery Area.

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Cities, Towns and Villages

  • Brooks
  • Grand Marsh

Lakes, Rivers, Creeks and Trout Streams

  • Patrick Lake
  • Neenah Creek - Trout Stream
  • Rollers Lake
  • Fenner Lake
  • Lake McGinnis

 Public Land & Features for the Area

Developments and Subdivision

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