ⓘ Boscobel, Wisconsin

                                     

ⓘ Boscobel, Wisconsin

Boscobel is a city in Grant County, Wisconsin, United States. The population was 3.231 at the 2010 census. Approximately 0.6 mi. to the north of the city, across a riparian swamp, is the Wisconsin River. U.S. Route 61 crosses the Wisconsin River at Boscobel. To the south, the city is bordered by the Town of Boscobel.

Boscobel was a stop along the now defunct Milwaukee road, and it is still served by the Wisconsin and southern railroad. In addition, the site is protected software Wi WSPF, the Department of penitentiary penalties Wisconsin for men. Businesses include the historic hotel, the birthplace of GIDEONS International.

Boscobel calls itself the "wild Turkey hunting capital of Wisconsin".

                                     
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  • Central House Hotel is located in Boscobel Wisconsin It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1996. The hotel was built by Adam Bobel
  • and politician. Born on a farm near Boscobel Grant County, Wisconsin Brindley graduated from University of Wisconsin in 1874. He was principal of grade