Service Areas in Portage County, Wisconsin

  • Park Ridge

    Park Ridge is a small Village surrounded by Stevens Point that one would pass through if they were heading toward Point from US-10 W.

  • Whiting

    The Village of Whiting is located in Portage County, WI, and is a suburb of Point. The Paper Mill (next to part of the Green Circle) and The Worth Company are both located in this village which you would pass through if you were coming in from Waupaca on WI- 54 W.

  • Plover

    A Village of Portage and suburb of Point, Plover covers a little over 10 square miles of land that includes Woyak Park and Worzella Pines Park.

  • Rosholt

    Another small Village in Portage that is north of Waupaca via WI-49 N and north of Point via WI-66 E.

  • Custer

    An unincorporated community in Portage, one would pass through Custer (before Park Ridge) along the way to Point from Waupaca via WI-10 W.

  • Amherst Junction

    Originally a junction between Wisconsin Central and Green Bay railroads , there was a lot of buying and shipping of potatoes in this village in the early 1900s.

  • Almond

    The name of this village is related directly to Almond, NY, the hometown of James Moore, who became the postmaster in this central Wisconsin area in the mid 1850s.

Service Areas in Waupaca County, WI

  • King

    An area in the Town of Farmington in Waupaca, King is known for the Wisconsin Veterans’ Home as well as a host of tourist attractions including the Clearwater Harbor on the Chain.

  • Chain O’ Lakes

    The Chain is made up of 22 lakes by King in the towns of Farmington and Dayton between Hartman Creek State Park and Brainard’s Bridge Park

  • Scandinavia

    Scandinavia is both a small village and a town commonly known for the annual Scandinavian Corn Roast held each August.

  • Iola

    Bordering the town of Scandinavia, this town/village hosts the largest old car show in the midwest known as the “Iola Old Car Show and Swap Meet.”

  • Weyauwega

    South of White Lake and near the Animal Haven Farm Zoo, the Weyauwega area is about 15 minutes from the town of Waupaca via WI-10.

  • Ogdensburg

    Ogdensburg is a small village located in the St. Lawrence township.

  • Embarrass

    The Village of Embarrass is located between Shawano and Clintonville on WI-22

  • Fremont

    The Village known as the “White Bass Capital of the World” is located near the southern border of Waupaca County and is divided by the Wolf River.

  • Big Falls

    Big Falls was founded in the early 1880s as a town devoted to lumbering, and was originally named after the falls of the Little Wolf River.

  • Readfield

    Readfield was initially on the transcontinental Yellowstone Trail that was established in 1915. This eventually became US Route 10 until it more recently became Wisconsin Highway 96.

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