The Town of Bridge Creek is located in the southeast portion of Eau Claire County, WI. Within the town border is the city of Augusta. The Village of Fairchild lies just to the southeast of Bridge Creek Township.
Bridge Creek is a large town with a total of 104.3 square miles (the largest in the county and possibly the state) and a population of 1900 in 2010. It has a higher number of small dairy farms compared to most other Wisconsin towns. There are many small, family-run businesses scattered throughout the rural areas in addition to the businesses in Augusta itself. The northeast portion of the town contains many wooded acres owned by Eau Claire county along with state wildlife refuges. Count parks include Coon Fork Lake County Park and Lake Eau Claire County Park. Residents live in Bridge Creek for several reasons. It's quiet, rural lifestyle attracts those who want serenity. Others have lived in the township for generations. There are also those who are attracted to the many opportunities for outdoor recreation, and still those who seek a more self-sustaining lifestyle by growing their own food and raising their own livestock.