Some of the cities, towns, and places in Wood County are Bairdstown, Bays, Bloom, Bloom Center, Bloomdale, Bowling Green, Bradner, Center, Cloverdale, Custar, Cygnet, Denver, Digby, Dowling, Ducat, Dunbridge, Eagleville, Fostoria, Freedom, Galatea, Grand Rapids, Hammansburg, Haskins, Hatton, Henry, Hoytville, Hull Prairie, Jackson, Jerry City, Lake, Lemoyne, Liberty, Lime City, Luckey, Mermill, Middleton, Millbury, Milton, Milton Center, Moline, Montgomery, Mungen, New Rochester, North Baltimore, Northwood, Otsego, Pemberville, Perry, Perrysburg, Plain, Portage, Risingsun, Rossford, Rudolph, Scotch Ridge, Six Points, Stony Ridge, Sugar Ridge, Tontogany, Trombley, Troy, Walbridge, Washington, Wayne, Webster, West Millgrove, Weston, Wingston, Woodside
Wood County is a county located in the U.S. state of Ohio. As of the 2010 census, the population was 125,488. Its county seat is Bowling Green. The county was named for Captain Eleazer D. Wood, the engineer for General William Henry Harrison's army, who built Fort Meigs in the War of 1812.Wood County is part of the Toledo, OH Metropolitan Statistical Area. Its diagonal northwest border is formed by the Maumee River, which has its mouth at Maumee Bay on Lake Erie.