Juneau County, Wisconsin.
Juneau County, WI is located between Adams-Friendship and Tomah in central part of the state along the Wisconsin River flowage system which creates both Lake Petenwell and Castle Rock Lake. Juneau is known for farming, hilly terrain, public land, ATV trails, hunting, fishing, rock formations, public land which also has Necedah Wildlife Refuge, Buckhorn State Park, Hardwood Air-to-Ground Gunnery and Bombing Range plus a couple communities including; Necedah, New Miner, New Lisbon, Mauston and Elroy. It’s surrounded by 7 other Counties; Wood, Adams, Columbia, Sauk, Vernon, Monroe and Jackson.
This area is home to several flowages located in the Necedah National Wildlife Refuge loaded with lots of Wisconsin Wildlife. You can also find lots of land open to the public, ATV routes, snowmobile trails, rock formations plus National Guard Bombing & Gunnery Range. The Wisconsin River forms Juneau WI whole eastern border which creates Lake Petenwell & Castle Rock Lake WI's 2nd and 4th largest inland bodies of water. On the south western part of this area getting into hilly rolling terrain home to a local farming community.
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