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Cluster Islands

Cluster Islands are islands on the Ohio River in Hancock County, West Virginia. They are located north of Moscow at the mouth of Tomlinson Run. They have also been known as Neeslys Islands.

                                               

Griffen Island

Griffen Island is a bar in the Ohio River located along the southwestern side of Browns Island near Weirton in Hancock County, West Virginia. It has also been known throughout its history as Hop Island.

                                               

Buffington Island

Buffington Island is an island in the Ohio River in Jackson County, West Virginia Near the town of Ravenswood, United States, east of Racine, Ohio. During the American Civil War, the Battle of Buffington Island took place on July 19, 1863, just s ...

                                               

Virginius Island, West Virginia

Virginius Island is an island on the Shenandoah River in Harpers Ferry, West Virginia. The island is formed by the Shenandoah Canal, constructed by the Patowmack Company between 1806 and 1807, which separates it from the town of Harpers Ferry. Vi ...

                                               

Yantus, West Virginia

A post office called Yantus was established in 1903, and remained in operation until 1937. George Yantis, a local storekeeper and early postmaster, gave the community its name.

                                               

Poplar Island (West Virginia)

                                               

Robertson Island (West Virginia)

                                               

Scout Island

Scout Island is a forested bar island in Marion County, West Virginia, United States, on the Tygart Valley River. Scout Island was used by a Boy Scout troop as their private camp in the 1940s and 1950s. Since then it is visited by scouts with per ...

                                               

Boggs Island

Boggs Island is an island on the Ohio River in Marshall County, West Virginia between the cities of Bellaire, Ohio and Wheeling, West Virginia. It is a small island near the Ohio shore opposite the mouth of Boggs Run, from which it may take its n ...

                                               

Captina Island

Captina Island is an island on the Ohio River in Marshall County, West Virginia, USA. Powhatan Point, Ohio is located on the opposite shore from Captina Island. It lies at the southern end of Round Bottom with a stream-like channel separating the ...

                                               

Fish Creek Island

Fish Creek Island is a 48-acre island on the Ohio River in Marshall County, West Virginia, United States. The island is located across the river from Captina, West Virginia, south of Moundsville, and north of the mouth of Fish Creek, from which i ...

                                               

Eightmile Island

Eightmile Island is a forested island on the Ohio River in Mason County, West Virginia. The island is located directly across the river from the village of Cheshire, Ohio and American Electric Power Company power plant facilities there. The map i ...

                                               

Gallipolis Island

Gallipolis Island is an island on the Ohio River along the bank at Gallipolis, Ohio and across from Mason County, West Virginia, USA. Although located within the boundaries of West Virginia, Gallipolis Island historically belonged to the city of ...

                                               

Letart Island

Letart Island is a forested bar island on the Ohio River in Mason County, West Virginia. It is located between the towns of Letart, West Virginia and Letart Falls, Ohio. Letart Island is a part of the Ohio River Islands National Wildlife Refuge.

                                               

Sparks, West Virginia

A post office called Sparks was established in 1907, and remained in operation until 1959. The community was named after Joseph Sparks, a local merchant.

                                               

Vinton, West Virginia

A post office called Vinton was established in 1877, and remained in operation until 1940. The community most likely was named after the local Vinton family.

                                               

Lower Twin Island

Lower Twin Island is a bar island on the Ohio River in the city of Wheeling, West Virginia. Lower Twin Island and its twin, Upper Twin Island, lie northwest of Wheelings Warwood neighborhood. The island is a part of the Ohio River Islands Nationa ...

                                               

Upper Twin Island

Upper Twin Island is a bar island in Ohio County, West Virginia on the Ohio River. It lies upstream from its twin, Lower Twin Island. Both islands are part of the city of Wheeling and situated between Martins Ferry, Ohio and mainland Wheeling.

                                               

Seven Islands (West Virginia)

                                               

Brooks Island (West Virginia)

Brooks Island is an island in Raleigh County, West Virginia on the New River. It is located approximately two miles south of Brooks Falls near the unincorporated community of Brooks.

                                               

Higby, West Virginia

                                               

Leo, West Virginia

Variant names were Lonewillow and Pratt. A post office called Pratt was established in 1888, the name was changed to Leo in 1901, the name was changed yet again to Lonewillow in 1925, and the post office closed in 1936. Leo was named after a loca ...

                                               

Mattie, West Virginia

                                               

Pad, West Virginia

                                               

Bushes Island

Bushes Island is an island on the New River at its confluence with the Greenbrier River between Bellepoint and Hinton in Summers County, West Virginia.

                                               

Coney Island (West Virginia)

Coney Island is an island on the New River at Hinton in Summers County, West Virginia. Coney Island is located directly downstream from Bushes Island. Beech Run empties into the New River to the islands west.

                                               

Steer Island

Steer Island is a former bar island in Summers County, West Virginia on the New River in the United States. Steer Island was submerged after the creation of Bluestone Lake on the river.

                                               

Wylie Island

Wylie Island is a bar island on the New River in Summers County, West Virginia. It is located at Mile 20 near the very upstream end of Bluestone Lake. Under normal conditions the island is above water, but it is subject to flooding during high wa ...

                                               

Paden Island

Paden Island is an island in Wetzel County, West Virginia on the Ohio River between Sardis, Ohio and Paden City, West Virginia. Paden Island is a part of the Ohio River Islands National Wildlife Refuge.

                                               

Friendship Mound

Friendship Mound is a castellated mound located just north of the village of Friendship, Adams County, in the U.S. state of Wisconsin. It is the highest point in Adams County, with an elevation of 1.290–1.300 feet and a prominence of 330 feet - t ...

                                               

Scray Hill

Scray Hill is an 892-foot summit in Brown County, Wisconsin, at 44°24′58″N 87°59′48″W. Located just south of De Pere, much of the hill is in the Town of Glenmore; some of its northwestern edges are in the Town of Ledgeview. Scray Hill is home to ...

                                               

Fox-Wisconsin Portage Site

The site is a two-mile crossing from the upper Fox river to the Wisconsin and Mississippi, used by Native Americans, French fur traders, Marquette and Jolliet, and British soldiers, before there were roads or railroads through Wisconsin. It was a ...

                                               

Theresa Marsh

Theresa Marsh is located near Theresa, Wisconsin, in northern Washington County and eastern Dodge County. The marsh is the starting point for the Rock River, a tributary of the Mississippi River, and the marsh is an important stopping point for m ...

                                               

Turtle-Flambeau Flowage

The Turtle-Flambeau Flowage is a 12.942 acre lake, located in Iron County, Wisconsin. It has a maximum depth of 50 feet. Fish include Musky, Panfish, Largemouth Bass, Smallmouth Bass, Northern Pike, Walleye and Sturgeon. The lakes water clarity i ...

                                               

Jersey City Flowage

The Jersey City Flowage is an artificial lake on the Tomahawk River, located about one mile above the confluence with the Wisconsin River in Tomahawk, Wisconsin. The dam and the flow are controlled by the Wisconsin Valley Improvement Company. The ...

                                               

Ansul Islands

The Ansul Islands, named after the Ansul Company, are two islands in the Menominee River and located in Marinette County, Wisconsin, United States. The islands are part of Porterfield, Wisconsin.

                                               

Green Island (Wisconsin)

                                               

Stephenson Island (Wisconsin)

Stephenson Island is located in the Menominee River within the boundary of Marinette, Wisconsin at a latitude of 45.1019294 north and longitude 87.6292735 west, at an elevation of 587 feet. It is named after Isaac Stephenson, a prominent politici ...

                                               

Babbs Prairie

                                               

Horse Bluff

Horse Bluff is a cliff in the U.S. state of Wisconsin. The elevation is 988 feet. According to tradition, Horse Bluff was named when a saddled horse was found there but its owner never could be located.

                                               

Mirror Lake (Wisconsin)

                                               

Duck Island (Vilas County, Wisconsin)

Duck Island is a small island located just inside the Wisconsin border, in the town of Phelps, Vilas County, Wisconsin, United States. The island is one of two inhabited islands in Lac Vieux Desert, the other being Draper Island, Michigan.

                                               

Lac Vieux Desert

Lac Vieux Desert is a lake in the United States divided between Gogebic County, Michigan, and Vilas County, Wisconsin. Fed primarily by springs in the surrounding swamps, it is the source of the Wisconsin River, which flows out of its southwest c ...

                                               

Doty Island

Doty Island is an island in Winnebago County, Wisconsin. Its northern part is in the city of Menasha and its southern part is in the city of Neenah. Doty Island is surrounded by two branches of the Fox River on the north and south, flowing from L ...

                                               

Garlic Island

Garlic Island, or Island Park, is an island in Winnebago County, Wisconsin. The island is located in Lake Winnebago near its west shoreline. The entirety of the island is in the town of Oshkosh. Garlic Island was the wintering site of a British E ...

                                               

Belle Island (Wisconsin)

Belle Island is a river island in Wood County, Wisconsin. Former variant names were Neeves Island and Mead Island, after former owners George Neeves and George Mead, respectively. The present name "Belle Island" is commendatory.

                                               

Big Island (Wood County, Wisconsin)

Big Island is a river island in Wood County, Wisconsin. The island is in the Wisconsin River near Wisconsin Rapids. Big Island was so named on account of its size.

                                               

Edwards Island (Wisconsin)

Edwards Island is a river island in Wood County, Wisconsin. The island is on the Wisconsin River within Wisconsin Rapids city limits. Edwards Island was named after John Edwards, a former owner of the site.

                                               

Garrison Island

Garrison Island is a river island in Wood County, Wisconsin. The island is on the Wisconsin River at the city of Wisconsin Rapids. Garrison Island was named after Frank Garrison, a former owner of the site.

                                               

Rudolph Grotto Gardens

The Rudolph Grotto Gardens is a religious site in Rudolph, Wisconsin. It features ornamental and devotional artificial grottoes, including the Wonder Cave, an above-ground tunnel constructed of vernacular stone in the twentieth century by Father ...

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