Spectacular, secluded and very rare large acreage for sale in Central Wisconsin. Affectionately called “White Pine Eagle Island” meets all the criteria for the wildlife sanctuary or hunting lodge you have been longing for! This one amazing. Absolutely stunningly huge majestic white pines adorn this wildlife paradise. Over 220 very diverse acres on a Dead End Road includes a 4 bedroom home and garage that overlooks a wildlife pond with a newer well & septic. This land is teeming with wild creatures and provides an excellent habitat for critters of all kinds. Birds of all kinds, Whitetail Deer, Wild Turkey, Grouse, Squirrels, Coyotes, Bobcat and Fox will be just some of your new neighbors! They come to drink at your very own private woods pond. There are also wetlands on this property that attract ducks, geese and other waterfowl too. There may be some farm land potential here as well. This is the peaceful retreat you need to escape from the city life! This is located well off the beaten path yet only 10 minutes from the Interstate for easy access to the cities when you want to visit. While you are here relaxing, you can enjoy all the things that this recreational heaven has to offer. Most things are within a 15 mile radius of this property including a Hospital and medical facilities in Adams-Friendship. Take in the sights at the Colburn Wildlife Area or the Ice Age Trail. Fish, swim, canoe, kayak, sail, jetski or boat at the nearby Wisconsin River, Castle Rock Lake, Lake Petenwell or the Tri-Lakes. Some areas close by also feature class Trout fishing too! Do some hiking at Big Roche A Cri State Park. Or some golfing near Lake Arrowhead or enjoy the 18-hole Championship golf course at Northern Bay. These are just a few of the things within 15 miles. There is so much more! This area has fun for all seasons. ATV the routes in the warm weather and snowmobile the local trails when this area becomes a winter wonderland. Start making memories at this remarkable get-away place. Call now to see this property by appointment only! Call Now!
White Pine Eagle Island
Call Listing Agent, Billy Tyrcha directly on his Cell at 608-474-2109 for more information or to schedule a showing.
Wildlife Observed on Property SO FAR - Game Trails EVERYWHERE!
Variety of Small Birds
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Tri-Lakes WI is located in Rome Township, Adams County of Central Wisconsin south of Wisconsin Rapids. The Tri Lakes consist of Lake Arrowhead 350 acres of water and a max depth of 30 ft., Lake Camelot 445 acres of water, a max depth of 24 ft., 246 acres of water and a max depth of 27 ft. This area features Room to Roam Dog Park, Lake Arrowhead County Park, Shermalot Water Ski Show, The Pines Golf Course, The Lake Golf Course, Lake Camelot County Park, Fourteen Mile Creek, Spring Brook, Lake Sherwood County Park and more... Rome Township is loaded with ATV Routes, Snowmobile Trails and Public Lands!
Castle Rock Lake is located in Central Wisconsin just north of Wisconsin Dells between Adams County and Juneau County WI. It’s also known as Castle Rock Flowage which is considered Wisconsin’s 4th largest inland lake with a surface area of about 13,955 acres and a max depth of 36 feet deep. Castle Rock Lake is part of the Wisconsin Flowage System and is just South of Lake Petenwell. This area is a well-known vacation / tourist area loaded with public hunting land, sandy beaches, trout streams, farmland, small towns and lots of Wisconsin Wildlife. The lake has a wide variety of fish including; Musky, Walleye, Northern Pike, Smallmouth Bass, Largemouth Bass, Catfish, Carp, Panfish, Crappie, Bluegill and just below Castle Rock Dam are Sturgeon.
Lake Petenwell is located in Central Wisconsin just North of Wisconsin Dells and South of Wisconsin Rapids between Adams County and Juneau County WI at the northern end of the counties. It’s also known as Petenwell Flowage and is considered Wisconsin’s 2nd largest inand lake with a surface area of about 23,040 acres and a max depth of 44 feet deep. Lake Petenwell is part of the Wisconsin Flowage System and is just North of Castle Rock Lake. This area is a well-known vacation / tourist area loaded with public hunting land, sandy beaches, trout streams, farmland, small towns and lots of Wisconsin Wildlife. The lake has a wide variety of fish including; Musky, Walleye, Northern Pike, Smallmouth Bass, Largemouth Bass, Catfish, Carp, Crappie, Bluegill and other Panfish.
Leola Marsh Wildlife Area is located in Leola Township, Adams County of Central Wisconsin featuring Owens Rock which is a rock formation. LMWA has three location the main one at the is located at the intersection of County Road D & W, second location is just south on County Rd W and the third is located to the west at Apache Ave and 3rd Ave. Most of the area is accessible by road but there are two designated parking areas located on Cty WI and 3rd Ave. Leola Marsh Wildlife Area attracts hundreds if not thousands of Sand Hill Cranes every year. Big Roche-A-Cri Fishery Area is located just south and is also open to the public with Big Roche-A-Cri Creek class trout stream.
Big Roche-A-Cri Fishery Area is about 826 acres located in Leola Township of Adams County and Plainfield Township of Waushara County, Central Wisconsin. This public land area is spread out in about 6 sections / zones along the Big Roche-A-Cri Creek which is a “class 1” trout stream. Access points are limited because most of the land around the fishery area is surrounded by privately owned parcels. The roads touching Big Roche-A-Cri Fishery Area are Cty G, Cty KK, Archer Dr., 4th Ave and Aspen Ave. Most of the access is roadside parking and there are 3 parking lots located on Archer Dr. & 4th Ave. According to the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, fishing, hunting, trapping, hiking, birding, photography are allowed including having pets. Brook trout are the predominant trout species in this section of the creek, but you can find some brown trout as well. There are a wide variety of wildlife in the fishery including; whitetail deer, beaver, eastern wild turkey, grouse, wood chucks, squirrels. You can find red oaks, white oaks, red pine, white pines, jack pines, birch trees even some row pines in the sandy low land soils.
Colburn Wildlife Area is about 5,000 acres located in Colburn Township of Adams County, Central Wisconsin. This area is south of County Road C just west of Cty G and north of Chicago Ave. Access points are very limited because most of the land around the wildlife area is privately owned by mostly 40 acre+ parcels. Public roads touching Colburn Wildlife Area are Cty C, 6th Ave, Blackhawk Dr, 4th Ave and Chicago Ave. Two Creeks run through the area including Dry Creek and Carter Creek. Most of this land was purchase back in 1947 and is currently manage by the WI DNR (Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources). There is plenty of wildlife including Whitetails Deer, Eastern Wild Turkey, squirrels, rabbits, badgers (State Animal), woodchucks, fox, coyotes, wolves, ruffed grouse, sandhill cranes, herons, egrets, woodpeckers and even black bear from time to time… Activities allowed are Hunting, Hiking, Trapping, Bird Watching plus foraging for natural wild edibles like berries and mushrooms. The property consists of woods, meadows, wetlands / marsh, brush, oaks, pines, and aspen trees.
The Greenwood Wildlife Area is about 1440 acres and is located in Hancock Township of Waushara County, Central Wisconsin. This Area is quite large and is mostly south of Cty Rd C (only 40 acres north), east of Cty Rd FF, north & south of Brown Deer Ct and west of 7th Ave. Besides plenty of road side parking there are 6 parking areas. A lot of the wildlife area consists of prairie lands, grasslands, croplands and some areas with woods. The wooded portions contain red oaks, white oaks, red pine, white pines even some row pines. Most of Greenwood is high and dry land but there is a small section in the most southern part that has some wetland with even a little wildlife pond. There’s a snowmobile trail that cuts through where the parking area is located on Cty FF. Along parts of the Ice Age Trail the terrain get to be a little hilly and rolling whereas most of the area is more flat.
The Central Wisconsin Grassland Conservation Area is 160 acres created by four 40 acre parcels located in Leola Township of Adams County, WI. It's located north of Alpine Ave, south of Akron Dr. and east of 5th Ave. There is a driveway off of Akron Dr. at 469 according to the Adams County GIS website. This area was purchased by the state from a private owner in 2008. In general it’s a pretty flat area of grasslands with a deeper trench with Fourteen Mile Creek cutting through the Conservation Area flowing from northeast to southwest. It appears to be an area for training bird dogs with signs posted “Dog Training Area”. Find plenty of wildlife in this area!
Big Roche-A-Cri Lake is formed by a small hydroelectric dam on Big Roche-A-Cri Creek located in Preston Township, Adams County, Central Wisconsin under State Highway 13 between Wisconsin Rapids and Adams – Friendship. East of the Lake, the creek is a trout stream and to the west it also forms Arkdale Lake then runs past Crystal Brook Woods and finally joins the Wisconsin River system at Castle Rock Lake. This 200 acre ski able lake has an average 9 ft deep with a max depth of 20 ft. There are two primary boat launches on the lake for small to mid size fishing, ski and pontoon boats. One is next to the hyrdo dam and the other right next to hwy 13 just south of the Bar & Grill.
Primarily it's a recreational lake used for fishing, boating, jet skiing and water skiing. Please check the WI DNR or signage for both fishing restrictions and wake rules which are currently no wake after 6:00 pm. You can find the most common Wisconsin fish in the lake including northern pike, largemouth bass, blue gills, crappies and other types of panfish. Most of the 6.7 miles of shoreline real estate around the lake has been fully developed into waterfront building sites for getaway cabins, full time residential homes, mobile homes and campers. State hwy 13 splits the lake in two with the smaller east side being shallow & weedy with the larger West side, much deeper and it’s less weedy toward the dam and some of the nicer homes. The contour of the bottom of the lake is made up of the old creek bed, some rock but mostly sand and silt that the creek brings in. The Lake association has the weeds harvested throughout the summer months.
Welcome to the home of Turkey Vultures, Whitetail Deer, Squirrels and the Red Fox! Roche-A-Cri State Park was established in 1948 and consists of 605 acres of woods and prairie. It features Roche-A-Cri Mound. This unique State Park has many different recreational activities from sight-seeing to hiking 303 steps up the top of Roche A Cri Mound. Several rest areas offer different settings where you can enjoy a nice picnic. There are 41 rustic campsites available and the park even offers campfire wood for your convenience. If you wish to climb the hill, there is a 300 foot stairway that includes resting places along the way. During your journey through Roche-A-Cri State Park, you will find areas that tell the history of the hill. At the top is a platform that will allow you to see 10 different counties, many great Lakes, Friendship Mound, and plenty of other unique places for discovery.
Quincy Bluff and Wetlands State Natural Area are located in Quincy Township of Adams County, Central Wisconsin and is part of the Central Sands Plains. There is lots of wilderness here and attractions like Quincy Bluff, abundant Wisconsin Wildlife, Lone Rock and a view of Rattlesnake Mound. This public area allows hunting, fishing, wildlife viewing, edible foraging for mushrooms and berries. BUT NOT ALLOWED is camping, vehicles, campfires and non-edible collecting like rocks, fossils etc… It’s not far from Castle Rock Lake, Castle Rock County Park, The Wisconsin River and Solberg Silver Lake SNA that is also public land open to hunting. Quincy Bluff is about 200 feet in height, but it seems that Lone Rock is more popular for hikers.
Lake Camelot is located in Rome Township of Adams County, Central Wisconsin and is the largest of the Tri-lakes with a sand bottom, about 445 acres of water, a max depth of 24 ft. and an average depth of 9 ft. Fourteen Mile Creek flows into the lake on the east end, continuous to where Lake Camelot & Lake Sherwood meet on the west end where the dam is located then turn back into the creek and into Lake Arrowhead a short distance down. Spend a day at Lake Camelot County Park located on the south end near the middle of the lake.
The county park is call Lake Camelot County Park, it’s located on the western shoreline close to where the dam flows the water into Lake Sherwood and then back into Fourteen Mile creek. Camelot Lake has a nice variety of fish including Walleye, Largemouth Bass, Northern Pike and Panfish also check out the Wisconsin Wildlife around The Tri-Lakes. Not too far down stream is Wisconsin’s 2nd largest body of water; Lake Petenwell.
Lake Sherwood is located in Rome Township of Adams County, Central Wisconsin also known as Deer Lodge Lake because the Tri-Lakes Deer Lodge. Sherwood is the smallest of the Tri-lakes with about 246 acres of water and a max depth of 27 ft. and an average depth of 10 ft. It's fed by Spring Brook which flows into the lake from the northeast. You would think that Lake Sherwood would be the home of Shermalot Waterski show but that is on Lake Arrowhead.
The county park is call Lake Sherwood County Park, it’s located on the western shoreline close to where the dam flows the water into into Fourteen Mile Creek then into Lake Arrowhead. Sherwood has a nice variety of fish including Walleye, Largemouth Bass, Northern Pike and Panfish also check out the Wisconsin Wildlife around The Tri-Lakes. Not too far down stream is Wisconsin’s 2nd largest body of water; Lake Petenwell.
Lake Arrowhead is located in Rome Township of Adams County, Central Wisconsin it's also known as Manchester Lake (according to the official Wisconsin Lake Book by WI Department of Natural Resource) It is the second largest of the Tri-lakes with about 350 acres of water and a max depth of 30 ft. The Tri-lakes are all heavily subdivided and have covenants and some areas have association fees Lake Arrowhead is probably best known for it’s golf course, Lake Arrowhead County Park and Shermalot Water Ski Show. The Lake Arrowhead Golf Course consists of 2 courses; the original, “The Pines Course” & “The Lake Course” which has more water hazards. Both of these golf courses are 18 holes and have been recognized by Golf Digest as 2 of the better courses in the country including a 4.5 star rating on The Pines Course.
The county park is call Lake Arrowhead County Park, it’s located on the western shoreline close to where the dam flows the water back into Fourteen Mile Creek. Arrowhead Lake has a nice variety of fish including Walleye, Largemouth Bass, Northern Pike and Panfish also check out the Wisconsin Wildlife around The Tri-Lakes. Not too far down stream is Wisconsin’s 2nd largest body of water; Lake Petenwell.
Coloma, Wisconsin 54930 is located in the Coloma Township of Waushara County on State Highway 21 right by the I-39 / 51 interstate. The town is relatively small with a couple gas stations and small business but features Coloma Park with a playground and regular events including the annual Chicken Chew! Around the town are several recreational lakes including Wood, Pleasant and Mecan Lake which is the head waters for Mecan River, a well-known Trout Stream.
Richfield Township is located in Adams County, Central Wisconsin which is primarily a farming area on the eastern side and more wetlands on the western side. Richfield has 3 creeks Bingham Creek, Little Roche-A-Cri Creek and Fordham Creek trout stream but no Lakes. State highway 21 is one of Central Wisconsin main arteries running east and west. Ship Rock located on Hwy 21 is a wayside and is open during the summer months. Preston Rock is a rock formation that falls on the Richfield / Preston Township line.
Adams County is Located in Central Wisconsin between Wisconsin Rapids and Wisconsin Dells consisting of 17 Townships featuring fishing lakes, trout streams, lots of public land, ATV routes, Snowmobile Trails and rock formations. This county is known for 3 types of industries; recreation tourism, farming (mostly corporate) and small businesses. State Highway 21 is the main artery for East & West and State Hwy 13 is the main artery for North & South travel.
Address: 456 Cottonville Ln, Coloma, 54930, WI, Town of Richfield
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