Oneida County, Wisconsin

Ella M. Boesel Boathouse (Building)   [Map]
9282 Country Club Rd., Minocqua, Wisconsin
First National Bank (Bank)   [Map]
8 W. Davenport St., Rhinelander, Wisconsin
First Rural Zoning Ordinance (Historic marker)   [Map]
Wisconsin Historic Marker for the First Rural Zoning Ordinance
George P.Mayer Boathouse (Building)   [Map]
Two story, Craftsman style wet boathouse
Hans J. Hagge Boathouse (Building)   [Map]
7220 Newell Rd., Hazelhurst, Wisconsin
Harshaw, Wisconsin (Populated place)   [Map]

Indianapolis Outing Club (Building)   [Map]
7371 Wheeler Island Rd., Three Lakes, Wisconsin
Also known as: IOC
Jollywood (Building)   [Map]
999 Leatzow Rd., Three Lakes, Wisconsin
Joseph and Augusta Trunck Boathouse (Building)   [Map]
1000 Leatzow Rd., Three Lakes, Wisconsin
Luther and Anna Walter Boathouse (Building)   [Map]
9574 Country Club Rd., Minocqua, Wisconsin
Manson, Wisconsin (Placename)   [Map]

Marshall D. Miller Boathouse (Building)   [Map]
7304 Campground Rd., Three Lakes, Wisconsin
Oneida County Courthouse (Courthouse)   [Map]
A Tiffany Stained Glass Dome tops this historical structure.
Pelican Lake Hotel (Hotel)   [Map]
745 US Highway 45, Pelican Lake, Wisconsin
Phillip Orth Boathouse (Building)   [Map]
9204 Country Club Rd., Minocqua, Wisconsin
Reay Boathouse (Building)   [Map]
1260 Honk Hill Rd., Three Lakes, Wisconsin
Also known as: Jarchow--Wellington Boathouse
Saloon Mecikalski General Store and Boardinghouse (Commercial building)   [Map]
465 Max Rd., Jennings, Wisconsin
The Hodag (Miscellaneous)   [Map]
A mythical creature with a fanciful past and the mascot of Rhinelander, Wisconsin
Thunder Lake Lumber Company No. 5 (Railroad vehicle)   [Map]
Pioneer Park / Rhinelander Logging Museum
Also known as: Old Five Spot
Tomahawk Lake Camp Historic District (District)   [Map]
8500 Raven Rd., Lake Tomahawk, Wisconsin
Also known as: McNaughton Correctional Center
Woodruff, Wisconsin (Populated place)   [Map]