Boydtown, Wisconsin

Boydtown is an unincorporated community in the towns of Marietta and Wauzeka, Crawford County, Wisconsin, United States. Boydtown is on Wisconsin Highway 60 and the north bank of the Wisconsin River 4.5 miles east-northeast of the village of Wauzeka. The community was named by and for Robert Boyd, who laid out the community in 1844 …
Boydtown is an unincorporated community in the towns of Marietta and Wauzeka, Crawford County, Wisconsin, United States. Boydtown is on Wisconsin Highway 60 and the north bank of the Wisconsin River 4.5 miles east-northeast of the village of Wauzeka. The community was named by and for Robert Boyd, who laid out the community in 1844 with the expectation of a railroad being built through the area.
  • Elevation: 200 m (650 ft)
  • Country: United States
  • State: Wisconsin
  • County: Crawford
  • Towns: Marietta, Wauzeka
  • Area code: 608
  • GNIS feature ID: 1577523
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