What Are Some of the Smallest Wisconsin Townships?

What Are Some of the Smallest Wisconsin Townships?

Some of the smallest Wisconsin townships include Madison, Bayfield, Fish Creek, Wausau and Germantown. Wisconsin is a midwestern state with an estimated population density of 5.7 million people as of 2014.

Madison township is known for its Eco-friendly technologies, which includes propane-powered vehicles. The township has an estimated population of 200,000 people. Bayfield town is estimated to have a population of about 530 people. It features a lake and two museums.

Fish Creek township has an estimated population density of over 900 people. Wausau is known for its relaxing horse rides, bicycling and swimming activities. Germantown has an estimated population density of 19,749 people as per the 2010 census.