Wood County, Wisconsin

Blenker, Wisconsin (Populated place)   [Map]

Central Wisconsin State Fair Round Barn (Round barn)   [Map]
Billed as the World's Largest Round Barn
Also known as: Show and Sale Barn
Centralia Pulp and Paper Mill (Historic marker)   [Map]
Location of the first pulp & paper mill on the Wisconsin River
Columbia Park Band Shell (Structure)   [Map]
Brick and Wood Band Shell
Ed "Strangler" Lewis (Historic marker)   [Map]
Historical Marker honoring the legacy of World Heavyweight Champion Ed "Strangler" Lewis
Elizabeth Daly House (House)   [Map]
641 Baker St., Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin
Also known as: Orcutt,William and Patricia,House
Gov. William H. Upham House (House)   [Map]
Survivor of the Marshfield Fire of 1887 and one of the oldest extant homes in Marshfield.
Hamilton and Catherine Roddis House (House)   [Map]
Dutch Colonial Revival Style Mansion on Marshfield's east side
John Edwards, Jr. Memorial (Statue)   [Map]
A statue of John Edwards, Jr., the power behind what would become the Port Edwards Paper Company
Marshfield (Old) City Hall (City hall)   [Map]
112 East 2nd Street, Marshfield, Wisconsin
Also known as: Tower Hall
Marshfield Central Avenue Historic District (District)   [Map]
Roughly, Central Ave. from Depot St. to Third St., Marshfield, Wisconsin
Marshfield Post Office (Post office)   [Map]
202 S. Chestnut Ave., Marschfield, Wisconsin
Marshfield Senior High School (School)   [Map]
900 E. Fourth st., Marshfield, Wisconsin
Also known as: Marshfield Junoir High School, Marshfield Middle School
Marshfield Soo Line Depot (Railroad depot)   [Map]
Original stone depot, moved and repurposed as a restaurant
Also known as: Royal Tokyo Teppanyaki & Steak House
Nepco Lake Fire Tower (Fire tower)   [Map]
Fire Tower overlooking Nekoosa Edwards Paper Company lands
Parkin Ice Cream Company (Industrial building)   [Map]
Former ice cream factory repurposed as a restaurant/brew pub.
Also known as: Blue Heron Brew Pub
Pleasant Hill Residential Historic District (District)   [Map]
North side residential area with a wide variety of architectural styles
Point Basse (Historic marker)   [Map]
Historical Marker describing the 3 miles of rapids that became the source of power for wood and paper mills.
Rudolph Garden Grotto and Wonder Cave (Work of art)   [Map]
A European-style shrine that includes acres of gardens, bridges, paths, and sculptures
Upham House Historic District (District)   [Map]
The neighborhood surrounding the Upham Mansion
Vesper Water Tower (Water tower)   [Map]
6411 E. Cameron Avenue, Vesper, Wisconsin
Wahle--Laird House (House)   [Map]
208 S. Cherry Ave., Marshfield, Wisconsin
Also known as: Blodgett,Guy E.,House
Wakeley's Tavern (Building)   [Map]
West end of Wakeley Rd., Nekoosa, Wisconsin
Also known as: Old Ferry Farm
Wakely Road Bridge (Bridge)   [Map]
Wakely Road over Wakely Creek, Saratoga, Wisconsin
Also known as: Point Basse Bridge
Weinbrenner Shoe Factory (Factory)   [Map]
305 W. 3rd St., Marshfield, Wisconsin
West Fifth Street--West Sixth Street Historic District (District)   [Map]
One of of Marshfield's most architecturally significant neighborhoods
West Park Street Historic District (District)   [Map]
A two block long historic district with 10 houses and 2 non-contributing houses
Willard D. Purdy Junior High and Vocational School (School)   [Map]
Repurposed school building
Also known as: Purdy School
Wisconsin Rapids Water Tower (Water tower)   [Map]
Water Tower