You found it! If you are looking for a special place to bring your family and friends, look no further than this gem of a property! This parcel is just about all set up for you. The driveway is located at the end of a dead-end road. It has a parking area for your cabin or camper, electricity is already on site, there are UTV/ATV trails throughout the property, a box stand is located in the perfect location for deer season or wildlife viewing, the property lines are well marked, and the diversity of the parcel makes it appealing to all outdoor enthusiasts. The rolling topography makes these 65 acres of woodlands seem larger than it is. The woods mainly consist of: oaks, white pines, poplar, hickories, maples and birch. There are some low spots, but not a lot. The land itself has great deer potential as well as other game. This area of the state is noted for its plentiful turkey and deer populations, plenty of squirrels and rabbits too. This is an excellent deer hunting parcel with numerous deer trails crisscrossing the land at regular intervals. There are multiple stand locations, plenty of room for you, your family, and friends. The habitat present is definitely primed for a successful hunt!
Located in West Central Wisconsin, this property is located by a variety of outdoor activities. This parcel borders the Clark County Forest with easy access to 1,000s of acres of public lands.
The Clark County Forest was established in 1934 and currently covers nearly 135,000 acres. This large public property is governed by the County Forest Law, which requires that it be managed for forestry purposes-including multiple uses such as recreation, wildlife habitat, and watershed protection. Clark County manages the forest resources on a sustainable basis using modern technology and progressive integrated resource management methods.
The landscape of the county forest supports thriving forest communities and diverse timber types. Wildlife is an integral component of the biological communities and processes that occur within the Clark County Forest. Literally hundreds of species of mammals, birds, amphibians, reptiles, fish, and insects utilize the various habitat that are found here. Hunters take deer, bear, geese, ducks, grouse, turkeys, and a variety of other game species.
The forest provides an abundance of recreational opportunities. There are many miles of county forest trails designated for snowmobiling, ATV’s, cross-country skiing, horseback riding, mountain biking, and hiking. Additionally, numerous roads and trails throughout the forest provide access for hunting and trapping, camping, scenic driving, wildlife observation, berry picking, and fishing.
Call today! This one won’t last long!