Own your very own Wisconsin Inland Lake. The 108.93 Acre wooded parcel completely encloses Bullhead Lake, and is located in Taylor County, in northern Wisconsin. This area has many streams, lakes, and rivers. There are 250 Natural Lake and 33 Impounded Water Lakes lakes in the county. Bullhead, the natural spring-fed wilderness lake being offered for sale, is approximately 28-Acres in size, and has a depth of about 24 feet. The lake has 4,952 feet of stunning wooded shoreline, with a hard bottom. It hosts Northern pike, Walleye, Bass, Crappies, Bluegills and panfish. This lake, as well as the other lakes and streams in surrounding forested areas, provide year-round opportunities for recreation and tourism. A wide variety of outdoor activities, such as fishing, hunting, boating, waterskiing, swimming, camping, hiking, bicycling, horseback riding, ATV riding, snowmobiling, and downhill and cross-country skiing are enjoyed in the area. If you like waterfowl hunting or photography, there is an outlet from this lake into a waterfowl habitat. West of the property is access to the Chequamegon National Forest which covers 300,000 acres (more than one-third of Taylor County). It provides unlimited opportunities for recreational opportunities like hiking, camping, bird and wildlife watching, fishing, hunting, skiing, and ATV and snowmobile riding, nature hiking and photography. The Ice Age National Scenic Trail lies east of the property. This nearly 1,200 mile trail traces the edge of a glacier that covered North America 15,000 years ago during the Ice Age when Mammoths, saber tooth cats and cave lions roamed the earth. The trail passes through 30 Wisconsin counties, from the northwestern part of the state to the Lake Michigan shoreline in the east. Along its route, this hiking and snowshowing trail crosses numerous local parks, state parks and forests, state wildlife and natural areas, and the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest. Summer activities include hitting the beach at swimming areas, with rivers and lakes for fishing, paddling, zipping along on a boat or waterskiing. About 12 miles away is the Black River Golf Course in Medford. It is a challenging course with rivers, ponds and doglegs with 9 Holes. Less than a mile to the east of the property is the Pine Line Rail Trail. The 26-mile trail was purchased by Taylor and Price Counties, and follows a section of the Wisconsin Central Railway. It stretches between the cities of Medford in the south and Prentice in the north. Scenes along the way include farms, forests, and the Black River wetlands, glacial moraines and several small towns. The trail in both Counties is open to snowmobiles and ATVs from December through March when the temperature is below 28 degrees. UTVs are allowed on the trails during those conditions only in Price County. This trail is part of the winter snowmobile/ATV trail system. It is open to non-motorized use when not open to snowmobiles. Taylor County has lots to do in the Wintertime. The county has over 300 miles of groomed snowmobile trails maintained by 11 local snowmobile clubs. Rib Lake Ski and Snowshoe Trails, and Perkinstown Winter Sports Area, are available for family winter activities featuring sledding, tubing, tobogganing, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing. The acreage has a rolling to hilly terrain and offers four beautiful building sites on the eastern shoreline. There is good town road access to the property, and a private road-trail system around the lake. Utilities are nearby. If you are seeking a private lake property for a northwoods Cabin or Home, contact us for a private tour today.
Ranch Map & Boundaries
Approx 8.5 miles north of Medford on Hwy 13, LEFT (west) on Cemetery Ave (just south of Chelsea) .5 miles, north on Fourth St., .5 miles, west on Quarter Ln approx .5 miles to subject on north side of road.