8 ACRE LOT WITH 310 FT. OF FRONTAGE ON WHITE BASS LAKE IN CLAM LAKE, WI
When you fly over northwestern Wisconsin and look down, you’ll see natural lakes closer together and more numerous than anywhere else in the world. There are 339 lakes in Bayfield County alone, and that represents just the NAMED lakes. There are almost twice as many unnamed lakes in the county, too. Buffalo Lake is on the SE edge of Bayfield County near Clam Lake, WI. It has 179 surface acres and is 29 ft. deep. With only a few cabins and homes on this crystal clear lake and National Forest land on the west side, Buffalo Lake has an edge of wilderness to it — and that pristine quality we call solitude.
This wooded parcel faces west and has 310 feet of frontage. The shoreline is rimmed with graceful hemlocks. There is driveway access. The Clam Lake elk herd roams this area, and it’s likely you’ll see elk on this property.
If you are looking for acreage with true up north appeal – this Buffalo Lake parcel is a must see!