The Town Armenia was founded in 1858 and is located in northern most part of Juneau County. It is bound by Wood County to the north and the Wisconsin River/Petenwell Lake to the east, the Town of Finley the west, and the Town of Necedah to the west and south. The township is believed to named for a group of immigrants from Armenia who lived across the Wisconsin River.
We have an estimated population of 755. The majority of the township is agriculture, woodland/forestry and then residential. Armenia has an overriding rural character, and is abundant with natural resources, agricultural resources, and archaeological resources. The Town also is home to many recreational resources, including Cranberry Mound State Natural Area, Juneau County Wilderness Park, Veteran's Park and Armenia Town Park and many boat launches. Residents and visitors enjoy using Lake Petenwell for boating, sailing, skiing/tubing, canoeing/kayaking, and fishing. Armenia is also a prime hunting location. The township area also offers ATV/UTV and snowmobile trails.