ⓘ Wind Point, Wisconsin

                                     

ⓘ Wind Point, Wisconsin

Wind Point is located at 42°46′57″N 87°46′27″W 42.782452, -87.774173.

According to the Bureau the U.S. census, the village has a total area of 1.42 square miles of 3.68 km 2, of which, 1.25 square miles of 3.24 km 2 sushi and 0.17 square miles of 0.44 km2 is water.

                                     
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