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Come to rural Central Wisconsin and invest in your future! Great spot for your cottage, cabin or dream home! 106' of shoreline frontage on the main part of Friendship Lake across the lake from the beach! Located near the ATV Route, snowmobile trails, State Park, beach, village park, shopping, dining & medical facilities. Fish, canoe, kayak, boat, swim or waterski! Lake Petenwell & Castle Rock Lakes are within minutes and they are the 2nd & 4th largest inland lakes in the State of Wisconsin. Lots of outdoor recreation in this neck of the woods. Abundant wildlife call this area home. There are both aquatic & terrestrial species to be your neighbors! This very affordable land is centrally located in between Wisconsin Dells and the Rapids. Hurry! Also being Offered for sale with the Lake Home on the neighboring Lot. Call for more information or to arrange a personal showing. But don't wait.... Call listing agent Billy Tyrcha directly on his cell phone at 608-474-2109.
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Central Wisconsin land for sale in Adams County, WI.
Friendship Lake is located in Adams County, Central Wisconsin of Adams Township. The lake is a flowage fed by Little Roche-A-Cri Creek on the east side of Hwy 13, and turns back into a trout stream on the West side of the Hwy after the Friendship Hydroelectric Dam. Friendship Lake has 1 large public boat launch on Hwy 13, right by the Public Beach. It's is just north of Adams - Friendship (sometimes called the twin cities, in the heart of Adams County) and offers a variety of recreation such as swimming, fishing, waterskiing, jet skiing, boating, canoeing and great ice fishing, all with a view of Friendship Mound. This lake has many types of fish including; Large Mouth Bass, Small Mouth Bass, Northern Pike, Walleye, Bluegills, Rock Bass and more. Adams-Friendship is also the County Seat. - Friendship Beach is the Public Access Point to the Lake!
The lake is formed by both Little Roche-A-Cri Creek and Fordham Creek which are controlled by the Friendship Dam right next to the public beach and boat launch. Below the dam is Friendship Park where the water turns into a trout stream called Little Roche-A-Cri Creek that flows all the way into Wisconsin’s 4th largest body of water, Castle Rock Lake.
Friendship Park is located on the edge of Friendship Village, Adams Township in Adams County, Central Wisconsin just below the Hydroelectric Dam that regulates the water levels for Friendship Lake. The Lake is fed by both Fordham Creek and Little Roche A Cri Creek class trout streams. Directly below the hydro dam is a small pool of water making great fish habitat just before the water turns back into Little Roche-A-Cri Creek which is still a trout stream. There’s a newer arched walking bridge that suspends over the creek from the north side of Friendship Park to the south side giving access to the winter sledding hill. Also on the south side of the park you'll find a small wildlife pond used mostly by Birds, Frogs, Turtles and other Wisconsin Wildlife.
Friendship Park offers a nice genuine park like setting with a view of Friendship Mound (private). It features sand volleyball courts, barbecue grills, a large picnic pavilion for outdoor parties which you can get reserve and plenty of playground equipment for the kids like swings, slides and a merry-go-round. So, if you want to spend a nice quiet day enjoying the outdoors doing some trout fishing, picnicking, playing a little sand volleyball even pushing someone special on the merry go round then put Friendship Park on your agenda.
Little Roche-A-Cri Creek continues on flowing to the southwest and ending in Castle Rock Lake on Adams County's western border.
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.
Castle Rock County Park is located at 2397 County Road Z in Adams County, Town of Quincy of Central Wisconsin on the eastside of Castle Rock Lake also known as Castle Rock Flowage. It’s about 141 acres with over 2,500 ft of lake frontage; 200+ campsites including individual, walk-in, lakefront and group sites. The park features a sandy swimming beach, playground equipment, game room, concession area, horseshoes, volleyball, visitor center with office, improved boat launch, boat docking in a small safe harbor, restrooms, heated showers, fish cleaning area, dump station plus lots of parking areas. Around 4th of July weekend the Castle Rock County Park does a Fireworks show which has become very popular over the years. Places & Activities close by consist of Quincy Bluff and Wetlands State Natural Area with Lone Rock, Castle Rock Horse Trails, Sohlberg Silver Lake State Natural Area, Wisconsin River, Wisconsin River Power Company Land (some areas open to the public), Little Roche-A-Cri Creek, Big Roche-A-Cri Creek, Northern Bay Golf Course and lots of public hunting land.
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.
Castle Rock Horse Trails aren't just horseback riding trails. They are also a multi use trail system for NON-MOTORIZED vehicles like hiking, running, skiing and even wagons! The trail system is NOT open to ATVs & Snowmobiles. You can ride those on the back roads in this area because they are part of the routing systems.
The Castle Rock Lake Horse Trails are located south of Highway 21 and east of 20th Ave and go all way to the Wisconsin River where it opens up into Castle Rock Lake on the Adams County, WI. side. The trails are on about 2,500 acres of Wisconsin River Power Company Land that is open to the public for recreation including hunting. Because this land is open to public hunting, use of this trail system is discouraged during the Wisconsin deer gun hunt.
Friendship, Wisconsin is located near the Town of Adams in Adams County on State Highway 13 right between Wisconsin Rapids and The Wisconsin Dells. It’s considered a village. It features the area hospital, airport, swimming beach, county seat and Friendship Mound that overlooks the village. Just north of town is Friendship Lake, the beach, Friendship Park, Friendship Mound and Roche-A-Cri State Park featuring Roche-A-Cri Mound, the steepest in the state that has 303 steps to the top. Once at the top, there is a platform that gives you a view of the whole surrounding area.
Little Roche-A-Cri-Creek is about 22 miles long and is class 1, 2 & 3 trout stream waters with Brook, Brown and Rainbow Trout. For the most part, the creek starts at about Cottonville Lane & 3rd Ave in Town of Richfield in Adams County in Central Wisconsin and flows to the southwest towards Adams-Friendship. At the dead end of 7th Dr. the first area of Remnant Little Roche-A-Cri Creek begins and then ends at 8th Dr. Then a little farther downstream in the second part of REM-Little Roche-A-Cri Creek, Fordham Creek adds its class 1 trout water to the mix. Just after 10th Ave the water flows into Friendship Lake. Once the water enters the lake it’s no longer considered a trout stream. Then the water flows through the Friendship Hydro Dam past Friendship Park and has more water added by Carter Creek which then flows all the way to Castle Rock Lake, Wisconsin’s 4th largest inland body of water that is part of the Wisconsin River Flowages system. It flows all the way to the edge of Wisconsin where it ends at the Great Mississippi River.
Adams County is Located in Central Wisconsin between Wisconsin Rapids and Wisconsin Dells. It consists of 17 Towns 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 and small businesses. State Highway 21 is the main artery for the East & West travel and Stat e Highway13 is the main artery for North & South travel.
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.
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.
Roche-A-Cri Mound is part of Roche-A-Cri State Park and is the steepest hill in the State of Wisconsin according to the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (WI DNR). This Adams County Mound was formed by ice and water from the diminishing glaciers of Old Lake Wisconsin during the last Ice Age. Ancient Native American rock art known as glyphs, petroglyphs, pictographs and hieroglyphs of where found at the base of Roche-A-Cri Mound as early as the mid 1800's. Like any natural and man-made attraction both the natural elements (erosion, water and wind) and accidental damage from visitors takes its toll over time. Because of the concern of climbers' safety back in the 1970's the mound became off limits to visitors. So, to utilize this natural attraction the State of Wisconsin in the early to mid 1990's added a stairway of 303 steps from the basis of the mound all the way to the flat top on the north edge where an observation deck was placed offering a great view of the area. From this view point, you can see for miles and observe several other Wisconsin Rock Formations in the area including Rabbit Rock, Minnie Rock, Ship Rock, Cottonville Rock, Dorro Couche Mound (aka Dyracuse Mound), Necedah Mound and Petenwell Rock. There are large panoramic information plaques to help you identify what you are looking at in the Adams County area.
Adams Wisconsin is located in the Township of Adams in Adams County on State Highway 13 right between Wisconsin Rapids and Wisconsin Dells. Itâs considered a city and it has the area high school, middle little school, elementary school, banks, corporate sector, railroad, flea market, and farming infrastructure for the area. Along Main Street there are a variety of small businesses and also some larger chain stores plus local Shopping District, School Systems, Government Offices, DNR Post, Banks, shopping complex, and the Industrial Park for the whole area as well as some residential communities. Just south of the City of Adams is County Road F that leads to Castle Rock Lake, Wisconsinâs 4th largest inland body of water. It is one of the major attractions for the Adams area.
The Town of Preston has the only State Park in Adams County, Wisconsin; Roche-A-Cri State Park. The park features Roche-A-Cri Mound which has 303 steps all the way to the top with a lookout platform facing the north with views also to both east and west where you can see the hills of Coloma and all the way to the Wisconsin River Valley. Little Roche-A-Cri Creek flows through the state park and eventually feeds into Castle Rock Lake, WI. You can see dozens of Turkey Vultures circling the mound on any given day. Directly to the South is Friendship Mound which overlooks both Friendship Lake and Friendship Park. Preston has been added to the Monroe Prairie ATV Route system and is also home to Big Roche-A-Cri Lake which is about 200 acres of ski able water formed by Big Roche-A-Cri Creek trout stream.
Wisconsin is home to the 430 mile long Wisconsin River that is known for its amazing historical background. Many years ago it was used throughout the state as a road for transportation from one location to another. The river begins at the Northeast corner of the state and ends at the Mississippi River. You get the best of both worlds when fishing in the river. Not only do you get to bask in the glory of prime Wisconsin fish, but you get to enjoy the uniqueness of the Mississippi creatures. The Wisconsin River flows through Adams County into Wisconsin Dells and is filled with fun attractions and historical landmarks. An interesting fact is that a long time ago, the ice that formed Lake Wisconsin melted away causing an overflow of water which cut a portion of the Wisconsin River out which in turn created the Wisconsin Dells.