40 ACRES NEAR THE WHITE RIVER IN MASON, WISCONSIN
Open, flat – big sky views . . . this is not just land, this is country! The special qualities of this 40 may not jump out at you from first glance. The southern property line shares a border with WI DNR lands that encompass 100’s and 100’s of public acres. Goldberg Rd. borders on the east side and is a short inroad (about ¼ mi.) to the DNR lands. It ends in a public parking area where you’ll find a trail leading to a canoe/kayak landing on the White River. The White River is a Category 5 trout stream here. That means it has special regulations with a daily bag limit of 3 trout over 9” and allows only 1 brown trout over 15”. The river lies within lands designated as a State Natural Area (SNA). The SNA program protects outstanding examples of native, natural communities. These areas have natural features essentially unaltered by human-caused disturbances. The White River corridor is dedicated to multiple use for hunting and canoeing/kayaking, as well as fishing. Numerous feeder streams, spring ponds and outlet flows provide the high quality of water found in this beautiful river.
This is the perfect setting for your hunting and fishing getaway – or your low-maintenance, off-the-grid cabin up north. Of course, if you choose to build conventionally, electric and phone lines can be brought in from the road. Upland birds, fox and browsing deer all claim this corner field as home. Enjoy easy access to your 40 acres and great views of the surrounding country – including the beautiful Penokee peaks and spectacular sunrises and sunsets.
Directions: From Mason: Hwy E west thru town to Sutherland Rd. Take Sutherland about 4 mi. west to property on left at the corner of Goldberg Rd.