With the towns of Drummond and Cable less than 15 minutes away, this truly, impressive 40 acres offers privacy that feels like true wilderness.  Chequamegon National Forest borders this acreage to the north, east and west.  In short, the property adjoins 1000’s and 1000’s and 1000’s of acres of public land.  The Forest Service has ensured access to this land with granted proscriptive easement.

The property includes fields, trails, frontage on a 1-acre, clear and deep pond and diverse hardwood and pine forests that support a wide variety of animals and birds.  Lofty white pine and red pine frame softwoods with brilliant colors spring and fall. This is good cover for grouse and woodcock and provides lots of browse for deer.   The sellers have seen plenty of buck rubs around this property!

While hunting could be a rich pursuit, other favorite activities include hiking through wildflowers spring and summer, berry picking, photographing the colorful change of seasons in the fall and diving into the snow on snowshoes in winter.  How about running your fat bike through the trail system?  This land offers many hours of outdoor recreation.   This could be your  place to unwind, a place for friends and family to gather.   Relaxing, informal, no schedules, no demands.  Whether you are looking for hunting acreage, a private cabin site or your own space Up North in Wisconsin’s woods – take the time to look at this tempting 40.  The more you look – the more you’ll discover!

Directions:  From Cable – Hwy 63 north about 5 mi. to N. Pine Rock Rd.  Left to Blue Moon Rd. Right about 1 mi. to Oswald Rd.  Left to property at end of road.