Polk County, Wisconsin is located between Rice Lake and Minnesota in the north western part of the state along St. Croix River. Polk is known for its water falls, biking, hiking, snowmobiling, canoeing, rock formations, boating, river fishing, hunting, public land, hills, valleys, bluffs, big views, sailing, cross country skiing which also has Sand Creek State Fishery Area, Straight Lake State Park, Sterling Barrens State Natural Area, Big Butternut Lake Park, Balsam Branch State Wildlife Area, Cattail State Trail, Bone Lake, Wapogasset Lake plus a couple communities including; Frederic, Osceola, Amery, Cushing and St. Croix Falls. It’s surrounded by 3 other Counties; Saint Croix, Burnett, Barron and Dunn.
Counties of Wisconsin
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