With a total 2,096.02 sq. km of land and water area, Wood County, Wisconsin is the 1152nd largest county equivalent area in the United States. Home to 73,608 people, Wood County has a total 34120 households earning 47685 on average per year.
Wood County, Wisconsin - Quick Facts
|Major Cities||Wisconsin Rapids (population: 34,630), Marshfield (population: 26,336), Nekoosa (population: 8,488), Pittsville (population: 2,803), Arpin (population: 2,381), Auburndale (population: 2,175), Port Edwards (population: 1,784), Vesper (population: 1,543), Rudolph (population: 1,476), Milladore (population: 1,273)|
|Land Area||28,420 sq miles|
|Water Area||793 sq miles|
|Median Home Value||$119,300|
|High School Grads||91% of population|
|Holders of Bachelors Degrees||19% of population|
|Retail Spending||$13,585 per capita|
|Food & Accomodation Sales||$84,291 per capita|
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