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Adams County, WI.

Part of the Central Sand located between Wisconsin Dells and Wisconsin Rapids with the Wisconsin River creating the western border of the county also forming both Castle Rock Lake and Lake Petenwell.  There is a mix of farmland and recreation areas with a mix of Full time residential homes and vacation getaway cabins.  You can find lakes, creeks, trout streams, public land, parks, ATV routes, snowmobile trails, rock formations, whitetail deer, wild turkey, bald eagles, even some wolves and black bears.

 

Townships

Adams Township

Adams Township is home to the City of Adams and Friendship Village where the county seat is located. These two communities are the largest in the County and offer shopping, health care, entertainment and home to Landman Realty llc. This township has Friendship Lake, Little Roche-a-Cri Creek, Klein Creek, Fordham Creek, Duck Creek, the Union Pacific Rail Road, Houghton Rock and Lighthouse Rock. At the southwest part of Adams Township is Quincy Bluff Wetlands Natural Area owned by the State of Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources which is opened to the public for hunting, hiking, wildlife observation, etc...


Big Flats Township

Big Flats Township is located in Adams County, Central Wisconsin at the main intersection of State Highway 13 & County Road C.  Known for its ATV routes, Snowmobile trails, thousands of acres of public land , Big Roche-a-Cri Creek , Dead Horse Creek, Dry Creek, and Carter Creek. Big Flats also has 3 of the 23 named Rock Formations in Adams County; Rabbit Rock, Keystone Rock and Minnie Rock.  There is a lot of land open to the Public via a large corporate Timber Company.

 

Colburn Township

Colburn Township is located in Adams County, Central Wisconsin at the intersection of County Road C and G. It's known for the Colburn Wildlife Area which is about 5,000 acres almost 8 square miles of public land of the 36 sq miles Colburn consists of. Also Carter Creek (trout stream), Dry Creek, Buckner Creek and it just touches Big Roche-a-Cri Creek also a trout stream.


Dell Prairie Township

Dell Prairie is located in Adams County, Central Wisconsin just north of Wisconsin Dells at the main intersection of State Highway 13 & County Road K.  It's known for several miles of Wisconsin River frontage bordering the westside and separating Adams County from Juneau County, WI. Here you can find Fawn Lake which flows into Trout Creek. Also there is Shadduck Creek, Gulch Creek and Plainville Creek which runs right past Plainville. Dell Prairie is just north of the famous Wisconsin Dells. There are two rock formations in this township, the historical Steamboat Rock and Elephant Rock.


Easton Township

Easton Township is Located in Adams County, Central Wisconsin and is home to both Grand Marsh & Grand Marsh State Bank.  In the south western part of Easton Township is the Town of White Creek named after White Creek which flows through it. There are 2 small lakes in the township; Easton Lake in the town of Easton and Easton Shores Pond newly opened to the public after the surrounding land was subdivided in to Easton Shores. There are a couple of creeks including Fairbanks Creek, Campbell Creek and Risk Creek, which formed Easton Shores Lake. There are quite a bit of farmland in the area with two named Rock formations; Lighthouse Rock and Rattlesnake Rock. 


Jackson Township

Jackson Township is located in Adams County, Wisconsin mostly known for its fishing lakes and the famous Neenah Creek trout stream and watershed. Jordon Lake offers 213 skiable acres and is 79 feet deep, Wolf Lake 50 acres and 50 ft deep electric motors only, Goose Lake is an 80 acre fishing lake, Peppermill Lake has 100 acres, Hill Lake acres unknown (WI DNR), McDougall Lake 9 acres, Deep Lake is only 35 acres and 47 feet deep, Crooked Lake is 48 acres and 56 feet deep, Parker Lake right on Hwy 82 is 59 skiable acres, there are about a dozen smaller unnamed lakes in Jackson Township as well. There are only 2 creeks in the township Neenah & O’Keefe.  Plus you can find the Upper Neenah Creek State Fishery Area with great trout fishing which is open to the public.


Leola Township

Leola Township is located in Adams County, Central Wisconsin most North Eastern township and mostly consists of farm land owned by a small number of people plus there are a couple of large parcels of State Land open to the public. There are no lakes and only 2 creeks in Leola, Big Roche-A-Cri Creek which flows Big Roche-A-Cri State Fishery and Fourteen Mile Creek which flows through Central Wisconsin Grassland Conservation Area then helps fill all three of the Tri-Lakes; Lake Camelot, Lake Sherwood & Lake Arrowhead in Rome Township to the west. Leola Township is home to Owens Rock which is located in Leola Marsh Wildlife Area.


Lincoln Township

Lincoln Township is located in Adams County, Central Wisconsin; for the most part is a farming community and has only half dozen tiny unnamed lakes plus Lawrence Creek which flows through Lawrence Creek Wildlife Area owned by the State of Wisconsin. County Road M and Cty Rd G is the main intersection and Fordham Creek trout stream just nicks the northwest corner of the township. Also Lincoln is home to Pilot Knob Bluff, Spring Bluff and Horse Shoe Bluff which is close to the Adams & Marquette County border.


Monroe Township

Monroe Township is located Adams County, Central Wisconsin; primarily a recreational area with about 10 miles of Petenwell Flowage frontage, thousands of acres of Wisconsin River Power Company & Corporate Timberland property which is open to the public. Most back roads are open to ATVs and snowmobiling via routes and trails. Petenwell County Park is nearly surrounded by Petenwell lake that offers a safe harbor, sandy beach camping, boat ramps and more... At the north end on Lake Petenwell is Kennedy Waters & Petenwell Landing developments which border Monroe Town Park. This park doesn’t see many people in the summer but in the winter is a hot spot for ice fishing & snowmobiling. The town hall is located in Monroe Center a small community with a couple bars & grills, full time and vacation with a small general store / gas station.  The main intersection for this area is County Road C and Cty Rd Z.  Also Monroe Township is home to Van Kuren Trail.

New Chester Township

New Chester Township is located in Adams County, Central Wisconsin which has two smaller communities; Brooks and Grand Marsh.  Grand Marsh is home of the original Grand Marsh State Bank and hosts the FAMOUS annual Corn N Tater fest. The Union Pacific Railroad runs diagonally through the New Chester passing both Grand Marsh and Brooks. 1 square mile (640 acres) of the township is owned by United States of America and has a federal training facility plus Oxford Federal Correctional Institution which has about 1,100 guests and employs about 400 area people. New Chester is a mixture of Recreation and Agriculture plus there are several lakes including Rollers Lake, Fenner Lake, Lake McGinnis (where Neenah Creek Trout Stream headwaters start) and Patrick Lake which has a County Park. You can enjoy the outdoors in 2 State owned Wildlife areas; Lawrence Creek Wildlife Area & Upper Neenah State Fishery Area.


New Haven Township

New Haven Township is located in the southwest corner of Adams County, Central Wisconsin. This area has larger land parcels besides the small parcels of land around the lakes. To the south is Columbia County and to the east is Marquette County.  Big Spring creek flow into Mason Lake which has the southernmost county park in Adams County. New Haven also has Big Spring Lake, Big Spring Creek, O’Keefe Creek, several private lakes and Amey Pond which is surrounded by Amey Pond Fish and Wildlife Management Area owned by State of Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources. State Highway 23 cuts through the southern end of this Township and Cty Road G & P is a main intersection for the area.  Briggsville is located on the eastside of Mason Lake which is in Marquette Cty.


Preston Township

Preston Township is located in Adams County, Central Wisconsin just north of Adams/Friendship.  Preston has the only State Park in the County; 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. Carter 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 over looks both Friendship Lake and Friendship Park.

Preston 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.  There's also Carter Creek, Deed Horse Creek, Fordham Creek and Bingham Creek which forms Bingham Pond. Besides Roche-A-Cri State Park there's also Remnant Fordham Creek and Remnant Little Roche-A-Cri Creek which is also open to the public for Trout Fishing and Hunting.


Quincy Township

Quincy Township is located in Adams County, Central Wisconsin and is home to Castle Rock County Park on Wisconsin’s 4th largest body of water; Castle Rock Lake. Castle Rock Hydro Dam helps regulate the water levels of the lake and provides a nice recreational area for fishermen. After the dam it turns back into the Wisconsin River System that flows south to Wisconsin Dells. Parts of the Township are heavily subdivided mostly for vacation homes. Dellwood is one of the largest and oldest subdivisions in Quincy. Here’s where several of the area creeks feed into Castle Rock Lake; Little Roche-A-Cri Creek, Klein Creek, Duck Creek and White Creek. Quincy Township doesn’t have much for lakes but there is Silver lake about 7 acres and two large unnamed lakes by Quincy Bluffs Wetlands Area.  There are also 2 rock formations including Lone Rock and Quincy Bluff.


Richfield Township

Richfield Township is located in Adams County, Central Wisconsin which is primarily a farming area on the eastern side and more wetlands on the western side. Richfield has 3 creeks Bingham Creek, Little Roche-A-Cri Creek and Fordham Creek trout stream but no Lakes. State highway 21 is one of Central Wisconsin main arteries running east and west. Ship Rock located on Hwy 21 is a wayside and is open during the summer months. Preston Rock is a rock formation that falls on the Richfield / Preston Township line.


Rome Township

Rome Township is located at the northwest part of Adams County, Central Wisconsin home of the Tri-Lakes; Lake Arrowhead 300 acres, Lakes Sherwood 246 acres & Lake Camelot 445 acres. The areas around the lakes are heavily developed and have covenants, rules, regulations and restrictions. There are literally hundreds of deeded lake access parcels on both sides of Hwy 13 around these all sports fishing lakes. There are a couple of stream running through Rome including Chester Creek, Spring Branch which flows into Sherwood Lake, Fourteen Mile Creek which fills Lake Camelot and Lake Arrowhead then dumps in to Lake Petenwell that is part of the Wisconsin River Flowage System. Twin Lakes is also located in the Township right across the street from Petenwell right by Twin Lakes Nature Preserve; 45 wooded / wetland acres. There are two rock formations Hamilton Mound and D'oro Couche aka Dyracuse Mound part of Dyracuse Off-Road Park close to Monroe Prairie Recreation Area for ATVing. Most of the back roads are open to both ATVing and Snowmobiling via routes. Rome WI is known for the Lake Arrowhead Golf Courses; The Pine Course and The Lakes Course plus Room to Roam Dog Park.


Springville Township

Springville Township is located in Adams County, Central Wisconsin which borders the Wisconsin River to the West. There are several streams that run through this area including; Duck Creek, White Creek, Cornering Creek and a couple unnamed creeks.  There not much for public land in this township it's mostly private owned wooded, residential and farmland from small lots to large acreage; also home to Anderson Bluff. Springville is only a couple minutes from the Famous “Wisconsin Dells” where you can find water parks, restaurants, entertainment and lots of events throughout the year. The main intersection is State Highway 13 & State Hwy 82 which is a main road that crosses the Wisconsin River.


Strongs Prairie Township

Strongs Prairie Township is located in Adams County, Central Wisconsin which borders plenty of frontage on Castle Rock Lake and Lake Petenwell along the West side.  ATV Routes and Snowmobile Trails connect to the trail system in the Monroe Township to the North and this area offers plenty of public access land and several great launches on both lakes. And Strongs Prairie is home to the Castle Rock Horseback Riding Trails which consists of about 50 miles of roads and path through the woods.

Dead Horse Creek joins Big Roche-A-Cri Creek which flows into Arkdale Lake created by a small dam then moves on past Crystal Brook Woods just north of Northern Bay and then ends up in Castle Rock Lake. Also on the southeast corner Carter Creek joins with Little Roche-A-Cri Creek which ends up flowing into Castle Rock Lake part of the Wisconsin Flowage System. A good portion of the west side along the lakes and the section of the Wisconsin River is public land owned by Wisconsin River Power Company.

 

Communities

Adams, WI. 53910 

 

Arkdale, WI. 54613 

Arkdale, Wisconsin 54613 is located in Strongs Prairie Township, Adams County on State Highway 21 between Tomah and Wautoma. It's between I-90/I-94 & I-39/51 interstates.   Arkdale is an unincorporated town with about 150 people. There is a post office, bar / grill, church, fire station and park with Arkdale Lake as the towns highlight.  The Arkdale area is known for its farm fields, a recreational area and vacationers.   Arkdale Lake is surrounded by a subdivision called Arkdale Shores which consists of both full time and part time vacation homes.  State Hwy 21 cuts through Arkdale and continues west between Lake Petenwell to the north, "Wisconsin’s 2nd largest inland body of water" and Castle Rock Lake to the south. "WI’s 4th largest inland body of water.

Bancroft, WI. 54921 

Bancroft, Wisconsin 54921 is located mostly in Almond Township of Portage County on Cty W right by I-39 /51 between Plainfield and Plover just northwest of Almond.  It’s unincorporated and mostly consists of full time residents who work in the area.  West of the interstate is mostly wetlands right by the interstate are large farm fields.  To the east of I-39 are mostly large farm fields with a couple large batches of wooded land.  Just south is a named rock formation called “The Ledge” and it is PRIVATELY OWNED not open to the public.  Bancroft WI 54921 – Post Office is based in Portage County but also services a tiny strip in Adams County all in Leola Township and a tiny part of Plainfield Township in Waushara County as well.

Big Flats, Wisconsin

Big Flats, WI is located by the intersection of State Highway 13 & County Road C in Big Flats Township and it features the Big Flats Fire Station. This area has a mix of woods, and large farm fields with a combination of full time and vacation homes.  Unfortunately it is also known for two tornados: a F3 on August 27th 1994 and a F1 on April 10th 2011 - http://www.adams-wi.com/april-10-2011-tornado.html plus a major wildfire. http://www.thelandman.net/Wild_Fire.htm On May 5th 2005 just south of Big Flats one of Wisconsin’s worst manmade fires started just east of Cottonville, WI about 1 mile away from Big Roche-A-Cri Lake.  This fire spread rapidly, move on a north east path which burned over 6 miles long and about 1.5 miles wide at the widest point.  You can find a billboard with information about the Cottonville Fire at the Big Flats Fire Station.

Big Springs, Wisconsin

Big Springs, WI is located in New Haven Township on Big Spring Lake close to Mason Lake.  It’s a small group of homes along Big Springs Creek.

Brooks, Wisconsin

Brooks, WI is located at the intersection of County Road A & G in New Chester Township close to the Upper Neenah Creek State Fishery Area.  Brook is a small community of mostly full time homes with a church and a bar / grill with a railroad on the eastside.  This area is mostly farms, woods and wetlands.

Brookside, Wisconsin

Brookside, WI is located on State Highway 13 just north of Easton in Easton Township.  Brookside doesn’t show up on most maps because it only consists of a few homes and one commercial building that was once a repair shop along Risk Creek & Fairbanks Creek.

Briggsville, WI. 53920 

Briggsville, Wisconsin 53920 is located in Township of Douglas in Marquette County.  It is positioned in the southwest corner of the county right by Columbia County to the south and Adams County to the west. It's on state road 23 and is crossed by County Road A, X & AA.  It's just west of I-39 /51 between Wisconsin Dells, Portage and Oxford.  Briggsville is considered an unincorporated community and is home to many full time residents who work in the area.  Because of Mason Lake it is a popular recreational area with a couple lakes, trout streams and public lands.  Mason Lake is an 855 acre fishing lake and it’s one of Adams County’s larger fishing lakes, but it’s not really a skiable lake due to the stump fields and overall depth being only 7 ft. and a max depth of 9 ft. deep.  Briggsville has an attractive travel time from the larger cities; Chicago, Milwaukee, Madison, Minneapolis to name a few.

Coloma, WI. 54930

Coloma, Wisconsin 54930 is located in the Coloma Township of Waushara County on State Highway 21 right by the I-39 / 51 interstate.  The town is relatively small with a couple gas stations and small business but features Coloma Park with a playground and regular events including the annual Chicken Chew!  Around the town are several recreational lakes including Wood, Pleasant and Mecan Lake which is the head waters for Mecan River, a well-known Trout Stream.

Cottonville, Wisconsin

Cottonville, WI is located on Big Roche-A-Cri Lake off of State Highway 13 in Preston Township.  This area is a mix of full time lakehouses and vacation getaway homes on and off water.  There’s a couple commercial properties on the state highway, a boat storage which had to be rebuilt after being damage from the April 10th 2011 F1 tornado plus and old gas station convenient store that is no longer operation.

Davis Corners, Wisconsin

Davis Corners, WI is located a little southwest of the main intersection of State Highway 82 & 13 in Jackson Township.  Davis Corners consists of 6th Ave, 5th ln, Freedom Ln, 6th Dr. and 6th Ct which is a farming community.  There is a church, cemetery and an old grainer that serves the area.

Dellwood, Wisconsin 

Dellwood, WI is located in Strongs Prairie Township north of County Road J but the Dellwood subdivision & developments area located south of Cty J in Quincy Township on Castle Rock Lake.

Easton, Wisconsin

Easton, WI is located on Easton Lake in Easton Township and this is where the town hall is placed. This area is a mix of full time homes, farms, woods and waterfront vacation properties with a commercial property on the west end of the lake.

Friendship, WI. 53934

Friendship, Wisconsin 53934 is located near the Township of Adams in Adams County on State Highway 13 right between Wisconsin Rapids and 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, 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.

Grand Marsh, WI. 53936 

Grand Marsh, Wisconsin 53936 is located in the north east corner of New Chester Township right by Easton, Adams and Lincoln Townships of Adams County on County Road E & B between Westfield & Adams-Friendship.  The town is considered unincorporated; most know for Grand Marsh State Bank, Corn N’ Tator Fest and most recently New Chester Dairy.  The town is small with access by county road with a railroad running through it.  There’s a post office, bank, bar / grill, gas station, elementary school and 80 acres of Adams-Friendship School District land with access off of 6th Ave.  The area does have a few lakes and creeks including Patrick Lake, Risk Creek, McGinnis Lake, Neenah Creek trout stream and Campbell Creek to name a few.  Not too far are some areas open to the public for hunting and fishing including; New Chester Waterfowl Production Area, Lawrence Creek State Natural Area and Lawrence Creek State Fish & Wildlife Area.

Hancock, WI. 54943

Hancock, Wisconsin 54943 is located in Township of Hancock in Waushara County.  It's on County Road V right on I-39/51 and the other main arteries for the area are County Road FF & GG.  It's just west of the interstate between Plainfield and Coloma.  Hancock is considered a village and is home to many full time residents who work in the area.  It is also a popular semi recreational area with a couple lakes, streams and Greenwood State Wildlife Refuge with the Ice Age Trail system running through it.  The village features limited shopping, School, Post Office, Banks, LIGHT Shopping, Church, Bar, Cafe, Gas Station, Restaurant, Bait Shop,  fields, community plus some lakes within minutes and more…  You will find a good amount of Wildlife and many fishing lakes and Public Land due to the Greenwood Wildlife Area within minutes.  Because of the interstate the town has lots of tourists pass through going north from the larger cities.   This area has an attractive travel time from the larger cities; Chicago, Milwaukee, Madison, Rockford and Beloit to name a few.  Hancock WI 54943 – Post Office is based in Waushara County but also services a good portion of Northern Adams County in Leola, Colburn and Big Flats Townships.

Monroe Center Wisconsin

Monroe Center WI is located in Monroe Township of Adams County on the eastside of Lake Petenwell. This area is a well-known tourist hub which offers; ATVing, Snowmobiling, Fishing, Sailing, Hunting, Hiking, Wildlife Photography and viewing plus much much more…. The Petenwell County Park is located here with thousands of acres of public land for the outdoor enthusiast to enjoy.  The park has plenty to offer including camping, boat launches, safe harbor, sandy beach for swimming, restrooms, playground equipment, an office with lots of area information, RV dumpsite and more.  There are some commercial properties including a small general store for gas and bait, a motel and a couple bars & grills on the lake.  The Van Kuren Hiking Trails have moved closer to Monroe Center but are defiantly not as nice as the previous location which was a little farther south.  There is a small community development known as Roberts Subdivision along the Petenwell were most properties have a Rod of deeded dock space off of Bighorn Dr.

Nekoosa, WI. 54457  

Nekoosa, Wisconsin 54457 is located in the Port Edwards Township of Wood County on State Highway 73 between Wisconsin Rapids and Lake Petenwell.  Nekoosa has lots of frontage on the Wisconsin River not too far from Wood County’s ATV Area.   It’s a city with about 2,600+ people and has a post office, shopping, bars & grills, church, restaurants, shops, riverside park, and a fire station, but more of the larger shopping and health care is found in Rapids. Petenwell Flowage is just south, which is Wisconsin’s 2nd largest inland body of water and attracts fishermen for its fine fishing.  The area has thousands of acres open to the public for hunting, hiking, bird watching, outdoor photography, foraging for berry & mushrooms.

New Rome, Wisconsin

New Rome, WI is located in Rome Township by Lake Petenwell & the Tri-Lakes: Lake Arrowhead, Lake Camelot & Lake Sherwood.

Oxford, WI. 53952

Oxford, Wisconsin 53952 is located in Township of Oxford in Marquette County.  It's on state road 82 and is crossed by County Road A, I & J.  It's just west of I-39 /51 between Westfield and Montello.  Oxford is considered a village and is home to many full time residents who work in the area.  It is also a popular recreational area with many lake and stream homes.  It features limited shopping, School, Post Office, area Corporate Farm fields, Bank, Church, Bar, Cafe, Gas Station, Snowmobiling, local community Flea Market and a Park in the center of town. You will find plenty of Wildlife and many fishing lakes within minutes.  Because of the interstate the town has lots of tourists pass through on their way to the famous Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin River and the Petenwell/Castle Rock Area.  In general the area is a vacationers hotspot due to the lakes, public land, country living and attractions at the dells.  Oxford has an attractive travel time from the larger cities; Chicago, Milwaukee, Madison, Minneapolis to name a few.

Plainfield, WI. 54966

Plainfield, WI 54966 is located mostly in Plainfield Township and a little bit in Oasis Township of Waushara County on State Highway 73 right by I-39 /51 between Hancock and Bancroft.  It’s considered as a village because it mostly consists of full time residents who work in the area.  This area is mostly large farm fields with just a little bit of public land named Big Roche-A-Cri Creek Fishery Area with Big Roche-A-Cri Creek class trout stream flowing through it.  You can hunt, fish for trout, hike and enjoy some wildlife viewing on this public land.  Plainfield has some light shopping with a store, café, bowling alley, bars / grills, a phone company and other small businesses.  Plainfield Township borders Portage County to the north and Adams County to the west.

This area is mainly large farm fields with a little some trees, snowmobiling, small fishing lakes, a small amount of trout waters plus a little bit of public land for hunting.  Most of the area is privately owned by farmers.  Plainfield WI 54966 – Post Office is based in Waushara County but also services a tiny strip in Adams County all in Leola Township.

Plainville, Wisconsin

Plainville, WI is located by State Highway 13 & County Road K in Dell Prairie Township just north of the famous Wisconsin Dells.  This area is mostly wooded with some commercial properties on the state highway, full time homes, farms, vacation getaway homes by the Wisconsin River plus Plainville Cemetery.

Westfield, WI. 53964 

Westfield, Wisconsin 53964 is located in the Township of Westfield in Marquette County on County Road M & E on I-39 /51 between Coloma and Montello.  It’s considered as a village because it mostly consists of full time residents who work in the area.  Its features in the area are the Marquette County Fairgrounds, Schools, Post Office, Interstate Access, Corporate Farm fields, Banks, Shopping, Churches, Bars, Restaurants, Gas Stations, Snowmobiling, Flea Market, Miniature Golf WITH Trout Fish feeding, Prairie Nursery, Parks, local Wisconsin Wildlife and more!  Because of the interstate, the town has become a hotspot for travelers who want to get some fuel, something to eat or just to stretch their legs out during a longer trip through Wisconsin.

White Creek, Wisconsin

White Creek, WI is located on White Creek and County Road H in the northwest section of Easton Township just west of the Wisconsin River.  This little community has a couple bars / grills, some full time homes, vacation getaway properties on White Creek Lions Park.

Wisconsin Dells, WI. 53965

Wisconsin Dells is located in both Sauk and Columbia Counties right on the Wisconsin River just south of Juneau & Adams County.  The Wisconsin Dells post office delivers mail to all 4 counties; Adams, Juneau, Columbia and Sauk.   This area features Castle Rock Lake, Wisconsin River, Lake Delton, Campgrounds, Waterparks, Public Land, Trout Streams, Rock Formations, Golf Courses, Shopping, Attractions, Restaurants, Outdoor Adventures, Wildlife, Zoo and much more…  With 4 million annual visitors it’s one of the Midwest most popular tourist areas with visitors’ from all over the world but mostly from Chicago, St Paul, Milwaukee, Madison, Rockford and Green Bay to name a few cities.

 

Lakes

Amey Pond
Arkdale Lake aka Millpond
Arrowhead Lake aka Manchester
Big Roche A Cri Lake
Big Spring Pond
Camelot Lake
Castle Rock Lake
Crooked Lake
Deep Lake
Dorro Couche Lake
Easton Lake
Fawn Lake
Fenner Lake
Friendship Lake aka Millpond
Goose Lake
Hill Lake
Jordan Lake
Little Lake
Mason Lake
McCall Lake
McDougall Lake
Mcginnis Lake
Parker Lake
Patrick Lake
Peppermill Lake aka Beaver Pond
Petenwell Lake
Risk Creek Pond
Rollers Lake
Sherwood Lake akaDeer Lodge
Silver Lake
Twin Lakes
Wolf Lake

 

Rivers Creeks & Trout Streams

Class 1, 2 & 3 refer to Trout Stream Classifications.

Big Roche A Cri Creek  - Class 1 & 2

Big Spring Creek – Class 1

Bingham Creek

Campbell Creek - Class 1 & 2

Carter Creek – Class 1, 2 & 3

Castle Rock Ditch

Chester Creek – Class 1

Corning Creek – Class 1

Dead Horse Creek

Ditch # 7

Dry Creek

Duck Creek

Fairbanks Creek – Class 1

Fordham Creek – Class 1 Trout Stream

Fordham Creek is about 7 miles long and is mostly a class 1 trout stream with Brook, Brown and Rainbow Trout.  For the most part, the creek starts at about 6th Ct in both Adams Township and Preston Township of Adams County, Central Wisconsin and flows to the west towards Adams-Friendship.   Along the way parts of it are turned into public land owned and easement by the WI DNR call the Remnant Fordham Creek.  At 10th Ave Fordham Creek give its water to Little Roche-A-Cri Creek then 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 all the way to Castle Rock Lake Wisconsin’s 4th largest in land body of water which is part of the Wisconsin River Flowages system at flows all the way to the edge of WI an ends into the Great Mississippi.

Fourteenmile Creek

Gulch Creek – Class 1

Klein Creek

Lawrence Creek – Class 1

Leola Ditch – Class 2

Little Roche A Cri Creek – Class 1, 2 & 3 Trout Stream

Little Roche-A-Cri-Creek is about 22 miles long and is mostly a 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 Richfield Township of Adams County, 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 in land body of water which is part of the Wisconsin River Flowages system and flows all the way to the edge of WI an ends into the Great Mississippi.

Neenah Creek – Class 1 Trout Stream

Neenah Creek is known for its Brown Trout which starts at McGinnis Lake it’s headwaters in New Chester Township of Adams County and quickly flows through 4 locations of Upper Neenah Creek State Fishery Areas.  It flows through Jackson Township right past Wolf Lake then just north of Hill Lake (Private) before it winds its way into Oxford Township of Marquette County making its way into Neenah Lake in the Village of Oxford, Wisconsin.  The water flows through Neenah Dam returning back to creek form heading south into Douglas Township Neenah Creek is continually fled by little unknown creeks and streams along its way until meeting up O’Keefe Creek whose headwaters are from Blue Lake right by Jordan Lake back in Adams Cty.  The main channel meets up with the South Branch of Neenah Creek getting its water from Mason Lake.

O’Keefe Creek – Class 2

Peppermill Creek

Plainville Creek – Class 1

Risk Creek – Class 2

Shadduck Creek

Spring Brook

Trout Creek

Unnamed - Several

White Creek – Class 2

Widow Green Creek

Wisconsin River

 

Public Land

Amey Pond Wildlife Refuge

Amey Pond Wildlife Refuge is located in New Haven Township, which is the southeast corner of Adams County, Central Wisconsin, just north of Columbia County and West of Marquette County.  It consists of 100% of the land around Amey Pond which is 56 acres of water owned by the State of Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources.  There’s a little creek about 2 city blocks long that link Mason Lake and the pond together.  Just like Mason Lake, it has Northern Pike, Largemouth Bass, Panfish and possibly some Walleye with a maximum depth of about 7 feet.   According to a posted WI DNR sign, there is: “#1. No Waterfowl Hunting at any time and #2.  No Entry September 1st to December 31st.  This area provides habitat for a variety of Wisconsin Waterfowl including: Mallard Ducks, Wood Ducks, Coots, Pelicans, Geese and more…

Big Roche-A-Cri Fishery Area

Big Roche-A-Cri Fishery Area is about 826 acres located in Leola Township of Adams County and Plainfield Township of Waushara County, Central Wisconsin.  This public land area is spread out in about 6 sections / zones along the Big Roche-A-Cri Creek which is a “class 1” trout stream.  Access points are limited because most of the land around the fishery area is surrounded by privately owned parcels.  The roads touching Big Roche-A-Cri Fishery Area are Cty G, Cty KK, Archer Dr., 4th Ave and Aspen Ave.  Most of the access is roadside parking and there are 3 parking lots located on Archer Dr. & 4th Ave.   According to the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, fishing, hunting, trapping, hiking, birding, photography are allowed including having pets.  Brook trout are the predominant trout species in this section of the creek, but you can find some brown trout as well.  There are a wide variety of wildlife in the fishery including; whitetail deer, beaver, eastern wild turkey, grouse, wood chucks, squirrels. You can find red oaks, white oaks, red pine, white pines, jack pines, birch trees even some row pines in the sandy low land soils.

Castle Rock County Park located in Quincy Township on Castle Rock Lake featuring camping, boat launch,

Central Wisconsin Grasslands Conservation Area

The Central Wisconsin Grassland Conservation Area is 160 acres created by four 40 acre parcels located in Leola Township of Adams County, WI.  It's located north of Alpine Ave, south of Akron Dr. and east of 5th Ave.   There is a driveway off of Akron Dr. at 469 according to the Adams County GIS website. This area was purchased by the state from a private owner in 2008.  In general it’s a pretty flat area of grasslands with a deeper trench with Fourteen Mile Creek cutting through the Conservation Area flowing from northeast to southwest.  It appears to be an area for training bird dogs with signs posted “Dog Training Area”.  Find plenty of wildlife in this area!

According to the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources website, this is a part of a larger Central Wisconsin Grassland Conservation Area (CWGCA) stretching through several counties including Taylor, Clark, Marathon, Wood, Portage, Waushara and Adams which includes other public lands like Leola Marsh Wildlife Area, Buena Vista Marsh Wildlife Area, Paul J. Olson Wildlife Area, and George W. Mead Wildlife Area.

Colburn Wildlife Area 

Colburn Wildlife Area is about 5,000 acres located in Colburn Township of Adams County, Central Wisconsin.  This area is south of County Road C just west of Cty G and north of Chicago Ave.  Access points are very limited because most of the land around the wildlife area is privately owned by mostly 40 acre+ parcels.  Public roads touching Colburn Wildlife Area are Cty C, 6th Ave, Blackhawk Dr, 4th Ave and Chicago Ave.  Two Creeks run through the area including Dry Creek and Carter Creek.  Most of this land was purchase back in 1947 and is currently manage by the Wisconsin DNR (Department of Natural Resources).  There is plenty of wildlife including Whitetails Deer, Eastern Wild Turkey, squirrels, rabbits, badgers (State Animal), woodchucks, fox, coyotes, wolves Ruffed Grouse, Sandhill Cranes, herons, egrets, woodpeckers and even black bear from time to time…  Activities allowed are Hunting, Hiking, Trapping, Bird Watching plus foraging for natural wild edibles like berries and mushrooms. The property consists of woods, meadows, wetlands / marsh, brush, oaks, pines, and aspen trees.

 

 

Dells of The Wisconsin River Natural Area located in Dell Prairie Township with about 650 acres on the Wisconsin River in mostly 2 locations...

Easton Pond County Park located in Easton Township on Easton Lake mostly just a boat ramp onto the lake with some parking…

Friendship Park

Friendship Park is in Friendship Village just below the Hydroelectric Dam that regulates the water levels for Friendship Lake which is fed by both Fordham Creek and Little Roche A Cri Creek.  After the hydro dam is a small pooling area the water is held before is turns back into Little Roche-A-Cri Creek trout stream.  There’s a newer arched walking bridge that suspends over the creek giving access from one side of Friendship Park to the other just north of the winter sledding hill. On this side of the park you will find a small wildlife pond used mostly by Birds, Frogs and Turtles. wildlife pond on this side of the park used by the local mostly birds, frogs and turtles. It features sand volleyball courts, barbeque 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.  http://www.adamsfriendship.com/Friendship_Park.html

Lake Arrowhead County Park

Lake Camelot County Park

Lake Mason County Park

Lawrence Creek SNA (State Natural Area Program) -

Lawrence Creek Wildlife Area located in New Chester and Lincoln Townships with 480 acres along Lawrence Creek…

Leola Marsh Wildlife Area located in Leola Township with about 1,660 acres of land in 3 locations…

Monroe Town Park located in Monroe Township on Lake Petenwell which has a pavilion and small fishing boat launch…

Patrick Lake County Park located in New Chester Township on Patrick Lake it’s about 15 acres in size with a playground, beach, boat ramp, etc…

Parker Lake County Park / Wayside

Petenwell County Park located in Monroe Township on Lake Petenwell featuring camping, boat launch, beach, etc…

Quincy Bluffs Wetlands Natural Area located in Quincy and Easton Township with about 1,700 acres…

Remnant Fordham Creek

REM-Fordham Creek is located in Preston Township of Adams County, Central Wisconsin north of Cty Road J just east of Adams-Friendship, WI with 2 locations.   This public land area is about 37 acres mostly wooded with row pines along Cty Rd J then turns into a small meadow heading north into a mix woods with a steep slope before the creek that is surrounded by lowlands.   The wetlands around Fordham Creek at this location were still pretty wet in midsummer.  There’s about 1,800 feet of trout stream frontage on this smaller chunk of Wisconsin Department of Natural Resource land with some of it adjoining four private parcels.   Fordham Creek is a total of 7 miles which flows into Friendship Lake after joining with Little Roche-A-Cri Creek.  By the Remnant section of the creek is a class 1 trout stream with Brook, Brown and Rainbow Trout.  Always check with local fishing rules and regulations and carry out what you carry in!

Remnant Little Roche-A-Cri Creek

REM-Little Roche-A-Cri Creek consists of two areas, one located in Preston Township of Adams County, Central Wisconsin starting at the intersection of 8th Dr & Czech Ave following the creek on a northeast to 8th Ave. This section is about 6,000 feet of “class 1” trout stream it continues on past 8th Ave as a “class 2” stream for about another 4,400 feet.  The total area of this section of land for the Remnant Little Roche-A-Cri section is about 180 wooded acres that are not just fishing ground, but open for public hunting land as well.  The second area is located in both Preston Township and a little bit in Adams Township north of County Road J and east of 10th Ave.  It adjoins REM-Fordham Creek, but Remnant Little Roche-A-Cri has both Fordham Creek and Little Roche-A-Cri in this section.  This area is about 135 acres mostly wooded especially around the creek with some parts more open.  There is a very steep slope to the creek from the wooded higher area close to the main road side parking area off of Cty J.  By this section of the Remnant is a class 1 trout stream with Brook, Brown and Rainbow Trout.  Always check with local fishing rules and regulations and carry out what you carry in!

Rabbit Rock Wayside

Shiprock Wayside -

Van Kuren Trails by Lake Petenwell -

Upper Neenah Creek State Fishery Area

The Upper Neenah Creek Fishery Area was created in 1962 and is about 360 acres.  It's located in New Chester and Jackson Township in Adams County, Central WI.  This public land area is spread out over 4 locations along Neenah Creek which is also a Class 1 trout stream.  Access points are somewhat limited to roadside parking in most cases with some spots requiring access through the water or private land.  The roads adjoining the Upper Neenah Creek Fishery are County Road G, County road A, County road EE and Fawn Court and 1st Lane with the only parking area by Hill Lake on County Road EE. According to the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, fishing, hunting, trapping, hiking, birding and photography are all allowed.  This area is also managed for Brown Trout by the WI DNR.  The fishery is also home to a wide variety of wildlife such as Whitetail Deer, beaver, eastern wild turkey, grouse woodchucks and squirrels. You will find red oak, white oak, red & white pine, jack pine as well as birch and maple in the sandy lowland soils.  The Upper Neenah Creek State Fishery Area is considered to be part of the Wisconsin State Park System.

Wisconsin River Wayside & Boat Launch

 

Developments

Adams | Big Flats | Colburn | Dell Prairie | Easton | Jackson | Leola | Lincoln | Monroe | New Chester | New Haven | Preston | Quincy | Richfield | Rome | Springville | Strongs Prairie

Adams Township Real Estate Developments

 

Airport Acres

"Airport Acres" is located in Adams Township of Adams County in Wisconsin just outside of the City of Adams embedded in the Adams County Airport. Right around the corn is the AF High School and a little farther down the road is the Elementary School and the Middle School. This Real Estate Development is a very small subdivision with just a couple lots at are about 3 acres each.  On the other side of Adams-Friendship is Friendship Park, Friendship Lake, Friendship Mound and Roche-a-Cri State Park.

Big Sky Acres

Brewster-Harris C.S.M.

"Brewster-Harris CSM" is unique development located in Adams Township of Adams County just east of Caslte Rock Lake with State Public Land across the road. This Adams County Real Estate Development is a unique because the developer took wetland and dug private ponds on almost every 5 acre wood parcels.  Now because of Wisconsin DNR rules you can not dig up wetlands to make ponds without a hard to get permit.  These fishing ponds are filled with Panfish and Bass.  But these ponds bring in the Wisconsin Wildlife including Whitetail Deer, Wolves, Bald Eagles, Squirrels, Wild Turkey and more...

Briarwood Estates

Country Club Estates

Dafnis Plat

Deerborne Acres

"Deerborne Acres" is located in Adams Township of Adams County in Wisconsin 3.5 miles from the City of Adams.   The Adams-Friendship High School and a little farther down the road is the Elementry School and the Middle School. This Adams County Real Estate Development is a 80 acres subdivision close to a main Snowmobile Trail.  On the other side of Adams-Friendship is Friendship Park, Friendship Lake, Friendship Mound and Roche-a-Cri State Park.

Dew Drop Plat

Edge-of-Town

Eyefull Acres Subdivision

Hide-A-Way Acres

Lakeview

"Lakeview" is on Friendship Lake located in Adams Township of Adams County in Wisconsin in the Village of Friendship with city sewer and water.   This Adams County Real Estate Development has a little larger lots for a waterfront communities with lot sizes over 1/2 acre. Lake View Subdivision is close to Adams-Friendship with Friendship Park, Friendship Lake, Friendship Mound and Roche-a-Cri State Park. 

Lazy Creek

"Lazy Creek" is located in Adams Township of Adams County in Wisconsin 2 miles south of Adams-Friendship right off of State Highway 13.   The Adams-Friendship High School is to far down the road from the Elementary School and the Middle School. Adams-Friendship has shopping, health care, restarants, bars & grills.  This Adams County Real Estate Development has Lazy Creek runs through a small portion of Lazy Creek Development at the northwest edge.  Lazy Creek Subidvision isn't to far from  Friendship Park, Friendship Lake, Friendship Mound, Roche-a-Cri State Park and Castle Rock Lake.

Moundview Subdivision

Oakcrest Subdivision

"Oakcrest Subdivision" is located in Adams Township of Adams County in Wisconsin right in the center of the City of Adams.    The Adams-Friendship Middle School & Elementary School is right across the road from Oakcrest Subdivision and not to far down the road is the AF High School.  Adams-Friendship has shopping, health care, restarants, bars & grills.  North of this Adams County Real Estate Development is Friendship Park, Friendship Lake, Friendship Mound and Roche-a-Cri State Park.  25 Miles directly south on State Highway 13 in the famous Wisconsin Dells which is along the Wisconsin River.

Parkwood Acres

Pine Acres

Pine Cone Acres

Pine Oaks Subdivision

"Pine Oaks Subdivision" is located in Adams Township of Adams County in Wisconsin 2 miles southwest of Adams-Friendship right off of County Road F.   The Adams-Friendship High School about 5 minutes away and the Elementary School and the Middle School also close by. Adams-Friendship has shopping, health care, restarants, bars & grills.  This Adams County Real Estate Development was named Pine Oaks because there really only two type of trees on the 40 Acres development, you guest it Pine and Oak Trees.  The subdivision isn't to far from  Friendship Park, Friendship Lake, Friendship Mound, Roche-a-Cri State Park and Castle Rock Lake.

Piney Side Tracts

"Piney Side Tracts" is located in Adams Township of Adams County in Wisconsin 2 miles from the City of Adams.   The Adams-Friendship High School and a little farther down the road is the Elementry School and the Middle School. This Adams County Real Estate Development is a 70 acres subdivision with a private dead end dirt road not maintained by the county.  On the other side of Adams-Friendship is Friendship Park, Friendship Lake, Friendship Mound and Roche-a-Cri State Park. Piney Side Tracts is only one mile east of Adams County Airport.

Skyline Estates

Turkey Pass

"Turkey Pass" is located in Adams Township of Adams County in Wisconsin 5 miles southeast of Adams-Friendship right off of 9th Dr north of County Road E.   The Adams-Friendship High School about 5 minutes away and the Elementary School and the Middle School also close by. Adams-Friendship has shopping, health care, restarants, bars & grills.  This Adams County Real Estate Development was named Turkey because there was several turkeys in the back meadow when this 40 Acres was being developed.   The subdivision isn't to far from  Friendship Park, Friendship Lake, Friendship Mound, Roche-a-Cri State Park and Castle Rock Lake.

Woodland Acres


Big Flats Township Real Estate Developments

Big Buck Acres

Big Flats Assessors Plat Number 1

Bighorn Acres

Brown Deer Acres Tracts

Echo Valley Acres

Ellas Acres

Evergreen Acres (Dead Horse Creek)

Fawn Ridge Subdivision

Gold Crown Estates

Gold Crown Estates Development is located in Big Flats Township of Adams County in Wisconsin just west of State Highway 13 a little south of County Road C.  This Adams County Real Estate Development is in an area with Thousands of acres of Public Land and several fishing lakes; Big Roche-A-Cri, Lake Petenwell and the Tri-Lakes. This Development got it's name because the developer was a well known local dentist. You can ATV and Snowmobile right on the road which gives you access to most of Northwestern Adams County.  That the afternoon and spend some time watching the Wisconsin Wildlife including Whitetail Deer, Wild Turkeys, Birds plus small game like squirrels, coyotes and raccoons.

Green Acres

Hidden Waters

"Hidden Water" is on Big Roche-A-Cri trout stream located right in Big Flats Township of Adams County in Wisconsin close to hundereds of acres of public land. Not to far from the Tri-Lakes; Lake Arrowhead, Lake Camelot and Lake Sherwood.  These lakes are filled with Walleye, Panfish, Bass, Northern Pike and more...  This Adams County Real Estate Development is filled with Wisconsin Wildlife; Whitetail Deer, Wolves, Bald Eagles, Squirrels, Wild Turkey and more... And in an area that have miles of ATV Routes plus Snowmobile Trails for outdoor recreational enjoyment...

Hiland Acres

"Hiland Acres" is located in Big Flats Township of Adams County in Wisconsin just west of State Highway 13 a little south of County Road C.  This Adams County Real Estate Development is in an area with Thousands of acres of Public Land and several fishing lakes; Big Roche-A-Cri, Lake Petenwell and the Tri-Lakes. Hiland Acres is 80 total with lot sizes from 1.5 to 10+ wooded acres.  You can ATV and Snowmobile right on the road which gives you access to most of Northwestern Adams County and thousands of acres of public land.  That the afternoon and spend some time watching the Wisconsin Wildlife including Whitetail Deer, Wild Turkeys, Birds plus small game like Red Fox, Coyotes and Raccoons.

Homestead Acres

Nelsons Subdivision

Nimrod Acres

"Nimrod Acres" is on Dead Horse Creek located in Big Flats Township of Adams County in Wisconsin on State Highway 13 a little north of County Road C.  This Adams County Real Estate Development is in an area with Thousands of acres of Public Land and several fishing lakes; Big Roche-A-Cri, Lake Petenwell and the Tri-Lakes. Nimrod Acres is a little over 80 acres total with lot sizes mostly 1.75  wooded acres. Dead Horse Creek is intermitant mean that it's normally has water in the spring or in water years but dry in the summer months. You can ATV and Snowmobile right on the road which gives you access to most of Northwestern Adams County and thousands of acres of public land.  That the afternoon and spend some time watching the Wisconsin Wildlife including Whitetail Deer, Wild Turkeys, Birds plus small game like Red Fox, Coyotes and Raccoons.

Pine Haven

Pine Haven is located in Big Flats Township of Adams County in Wisconsin just west of State Highway 13 a little south of County Road C.  This Adams County Real Estate Development is in an area with Thousands of acres of Public Land and several fishing lakes; Big Roche-A-Cri, Lake Petenwell and the Tri-Lakes. Pine Haven is 80 total with 25 lots which are sized from 2 to 6+ pine wooded acres.  You can ATV and Snowmobile right on the road which gives you access to most of Northwestern Adams County and thousands of acres of public land.  Take the afternoon and spend some time watching the Wisconsin Wildlife including Whitetail Deer, Wild Turkeys, Birds plus small game like Red Fox, Coyotes and Raccoons. Lake Petenwell is only a couple minutes away which is 23,000 acres of all-sports fun: fishing, boating, skiing, swimming, and more in the summer, ice-fishingand skating and more in the winter.

Pine View Subdivision

Pleasant Acres

Running Deer Acres

The Back Forty

"The Back Forty" is located in Big Flats Township of Adams County in Wisconsin just west of State Highway 13 a little south of County Road C.  This Adams County Real Estate Development is in an area with Thousands of acres of Public Land and several fishing lakes; Big Roche-A-Cri, Lake Petenwell and the Tri-Lakes. The Back Forty has public land owned by Plum Creek Timberland and there is a 40 total acres with lot sizes of 5 wooded acres.  You can ATV and Snowmobile right on the road which gives you access to thousands of acres of public land and several fishing lakes.  Spend sometime to enjoy the local Wisconsin Wildlife including Whitetail Deer, Wild Turkeys, Birds plus small game like Red Fox, Coyotes and Raccoons.

The Green Acres

"The Green Acres" is located in Big Flats Township of Adams County in Wisconsin just east of State Highway 13 a little north of Big Roche-A-Cri Lake.  This Adams County Real Estate Development is in an area with lots of acres of Public Land owned by Plum Creek Timberlands close to several fishing lakes including Lake Petenwell and the Tri-Lakes; Arrowhead, Camelot and Sherwood. The Green Acres is close to ATV Routes and Snowmobile Trails which consists of most of the NON-State and County roads in this area. This area has plenty of Wisconsin Wildlife to watch including Whitetail Deer, Wild Turkeys, Birds plus small game like squirrels, coyotes and raccoons.

Trout Valley

"Trout Valley" is on Big Roche-A-Cri trout stream located right in Big Flats Township of Adams County in Wisconsin close to hundereds of acres of public land. Not to far from the Big Roche-A-Cri Lake and Tri-Lakes; Lake Arrowhead, Lake Camelot & Lake Sherwood.  These lakes are filled with Walleye, Panfish, Bass, Northern Pike and more.. .  This Adams County Real Estate Development is filled with Wisconsin Wildlife; Whitetail Deer, Wolves, Bald Eagles, Squirrels, Wild Turkey and more... And in an area that have miles of ATV Routes plus Snowmobile Trails for outdoor recreational enjoyment.

  • Trout Valley East
  • Trout Valley West

Wildwood Acres

Wildwood Acres is located in Big Flats Township of Adams County in Wisconsin just west of State Highway 13 a little north of County Road C.  This Adams County Real Estate Development is in an area with Thousands of acres of Public Land and several fishing lakes; Big Roche-A-Cri, Lake Petenwell and the Tri-Lakes. Wildwood Acres is a 80 acres development with 54 1.5 acres lots on one dead end road cutting through the center . You can ATV and Snowmobile right on the road which gives you access to most of Northwestern Adams County.  That the afternoon and spend some time watching the Wisconsin Wildlife including Whitetail Deer, Wild Turkeys, Birds plus small game like squirrels, coyotes and raccoons.

Woodland Acres


Colburn Township Real Estate Developments

Andy's Kingdom

Berklunds Streamfront

"Berklunds Streamfront" is on Buckner Creek also known as Streamwood Creek located in Colburn Township of Adams County just north of Colburn Wildlife Area.  This Development is not to far from ATV Routes, Snowmobile Trails and the Tri-Lakes; Lake Arrowhead, Lake Camelot, Lake Sherwood. These Wisconsin fishing lakes are filled with Walleye, Panfish, Bass, Northern Pike and more...  This Adams County Real Estate Development is a waterfront community with large parcels 2 - 7 acres Wooded lots.

Big Deer Acres

Oakdale Acres

Pine Acres

Red Oaks

Stream Front Subdivision (Buckner Creek)

Streamwood Creek Subdivision (Buckner Creek)

 

Dell Prairie Township Real Estate Developments

Dell Hills

Dell Prairie Bay Subdivision (Wisconsin River)

Dell Prairie Meadow Subdivision

Fawn Lake & Addisions (Fawn Lake)

Flintlock Subdivision

Glenway Acres

Golden Heights

Indian Shores Subdivision (Wisconsin River)

Lake of the Dells (Wisconsin River)

Lake of the Pines

"Lake of the Pines" is located in Dell Prairie Township of Adams County in Wisconsin east of State Highway 13 just north of County Rd K on Plainville Creek which flows into the Wisconsin River.  This Adams County Real Estate Development is not to far north from the famous Wisconsin Dells and Castle Rock Lake to the Northwest. Enjoy the day fishing for catfish, northern pike, musky, bass or panfish from the one Lakes, Rivers or Creeks. Take sometime out to watch the local Wisconsin Wildlife including Whitetail Deer, Wild Turkeys, Birds and small game.

Leisure Pines

Ross Fullendorf

Tall Pines

Tall Pines is located in Dell Prairie Township of Adams County in Wisconsin west of County Rd B just north of County Rd K.  This Adams County Real Estate Development is not to far north from the famous Wisconsin Dells and Castle Rock Lake to the Northwest. Enjoy the day fishing on the Wisconsin River just minutes away for catfish, northern pike, musky, bass or panfish from the one Lakes, Rivers or Creeks. Take sometime out to watch the local Wisconsin Wildlife including Whitetail Deer, Wild Turkeys, Birds and small game. Tall Pines is a very odd shaped subdivision totalling 80 acres; 8 Cul-De-Sacs 11 small lots circling the road with green space between the circles and roads.

The Pines

The Woods of Witches Gulch

Witches Gulch Wilderness Estates (Gulch Creek)

 

Easton Township Real Estate Developments

Campbell Creek Acres (Campbell Creek )

Deer Lookout

Easton Acres

Easton Assessors Plat Number 1 (Easton Lake)

Easton Assessors Plat Number 2 (White Creek)

Easton Forest

Easton Shores

"Easton Shores" is on Easton Pond located in Easton Township of Adams County in Wisconsin by between Adams-Friendship and Wisconsin Dells.   This Adams County Real Estate Development is divided into 31 unique properties ranging from Lakefront parcels to wooded land to secluded meadows. With this combination of topography makes a haven for the Wisconsin wildlife, especially for the Whitetail Deer and Eastern Wild Turkey's, giving them food, water and excellent bedding grounds in an amazing area. Easton Shores is located just north of Wisconsin Dells with easy access from I-39 or I-90. It's the perfect location for a get away property in the heart of Central Wisconsin. Adams County offers several great fishing lakes, including Wisconsin's second and fourth largest bodies of water Lake Petenwell and Castle Rock Lake. There are miles of ATV routes and snowmobile trails, with plenty of rock formations to climb and plenty State and County Parks. Not to mention the thousands of acres open to the public for hunting. The Wisconsin Dells area is set up for recreation year-round with events for every season...

Easton Tracts

Grand Marsh Acres

Highland Lakes (Risk Creek)

Oakwood Acres

Tranquility Acres

Trout Waters (White Creek)

White Creek Shores (White Creek)

White Creek Shores 1st Addition (White Creek)

Whitetail Subdivision

 

Jackson Township Real Estate Developments

1st Addition to Wolf Lake (Wolf Lake)

Assessors Plat Number 1 of Jackson (Parker Lake)

Blue Lake Subdivision

"Blue Lake Subdivision" is on Blue Lake located right by Jordan Lake in Jackson Township of Adams County in Wisconsin by Marquette County border. Jackson Township is home to at least 10 small fishing lakes and Neenah Creek Trout Stream. These lakes are filled with Walleye, Panfish, Bass, Northern Pike and more.. .  This Adams County Real Estate Development is like most waterfront communities with small lots most under 1/2 acre.  

  • Blue Lake 1st Addition

 

Clear Water Estate

Clear Water Subdivision

Crystal Beach (Goose Lake)

Deep Lake Assessors Plat (Deep Lake)

Gilligans Island (Goose Lake)

Hill Lake Estates (Hill Lake - Private)

Jordan Lake Estates (Jordan Lake)

Jordan Lakeside Condo

"Jordan Lakeside Condo" is on Jordan Lake located in Jackson Township of Adams County in Wisconsin by Marquette County border. Jackson Township is home to at least 10 small fishing lakes and Neenah Creek Trout Stream. These lakes are filled with Walleye, Panfish, Bass, Northern Pike and more...  This Adams County Real Estate Development is like most waterfront communities with small lots most under 1/2 acre. 

Lee Development 4

Luella Woods

"Luella Woods" is on located by McGinnis Lake & Upper Neenah Fishery Area in New Chester Township and Jackson Township of Adams County in Wisconsin by Brooks just south of Oxford Prison.   This Adams County Real Estate Development is open to single wide mobile homes and camping with most lot sizes under 1 acre.  Luella Woods is not to far from Easton Lake and about 15 minutes from the famous Wisconsin Dells which isn't far from the Wisconsin River and Castle Rock Lake.

Parker Lake Condos

Peppermill Subdivision (Peppermill Lake)

Peppermill Subdivision Addition 2 (Peppermill Lake)

Peppermill Subdivision Addition 3 (Peppermill Lake)

Ranch Manor (Wolf Lake)

Rock Ridge Meadows

"Rock Ridge Meadows" is on located by McGinnis Lake & Upper Neenah Fishery Area in New Chester Township and Jackson Township of Adams County in Wisconsin by Brooks just south of Oxford Prison.   This Adams County Real Estate Development is open to single wide mobile homes and camping with most lot sizes under 1 acre.  Rock Ridge Meadows is not to far from Easton Lake and about 15 minutes from the famous Wisconsin Dells which isn't far from the Wisconsin River and Castle Rock Lake.

Stoney Brook

"Stoney Brook" is on located by McGinnis Lake, Patrick Lake & Upper Neenah Fishery Area in New Chester Township and Jackson Township of Adams County in Wisconsin by Brooks just south of Oxford Prison.   This Adams County Real Estate Development is open to single wide mobile homes and camping with most lot sizes under 1 acre.  Stoney Brook is not to far from Easton Lake and about 15 minutes from the famous Wisconsin Dells which isn't far from the Wisconsin River and Castle Rock Lake.

Tranquil Bay

"Tranquil Bay" is on Goose Lake located in Jackson Township of Adams County in Wisconsin just outside of Oxford.   This Adams County Real Estate Development is a bay on Goose Lake that sometimes dries up depending on the rain fall in a giving year. Tranquil Bay is in an area with several other smaller fishing lakes; Wolf Lake, Peppermill Lake, McDougal Lake, Hill Lake, Deep Lake, Parker Lake and Crooked Lake plus Neenah Creek Trout Stream.

Turbey Estates

Wolf Lake Subdivision (Wolf Lake)


Leola Township Real Estate Developments

Leola Assessors Plat Number 1 (Big Roche-A-Cri Creek)

Roche-A-Cri Trout Stream (Big Roche-A-Cri Creek)

Seven Sisters Acres

Wood Acres

 

Lincoln Township Real Estate Developments

Deer Oaks

Deer Run Acres

Hilldale Estates

Lincoln Hills

Lincoln View

Merriman Acres

Oklen Development 2


Monroe Township Real Estate Developments

Hide A Way Acres

Hide-A-Way Acres is located in Monroe Township of Adams County in Wisconsin by Lake Petenwell.   This LARGE Adams County Real Estate Development is a 40 acres total with 2.5  to 6 acre lots.  You can ride ATVs and Snowmobiles on the roads in this area plus right across the street is thousands of acres of Public Land owned by Plum Creek Timberlands.   Lake Petenwell County Park which features camping, boat launches, playground, safe harbor and sandy beach in just minutes away.

Kennedy Waters Subdivision

Kennedy Water Subdivision is located in Monroe Township of Adams County by Monroe Center, Wisconsin on Lake Petenwell with both waterfront and off water deeded access lots.   This Adams County Real Estate Development has waterfront lots that start at 125' of frontage up 200'. The Monroe Town Park abuts Kennedy Waters on the northside of the subdivision and offers a friendly place to picnic and meet friends. There is a rustic boat launch for smaller fishing boats. Larger boats will need to be put in the water at the county park on Bighorn Ave.

Lee Development 3

Legacy Forest Subdivision

Lost Weed End Acres

Majestic Pines Acres

"Majestic Pine Acres" is located in Monroe Township of Adams County in Wisconsin by Lake Petenwell and not to far from Petenwell County Park.   This Adams County Real Estate Development is on County Rd C.  You can ride ATVs and Snowmobiles on the back roads in this area plus there is thousands of acres of Public Land owned by Plum Creek Timberlands.   Lake Petenwell County Park which features camping, boat launches, playground, safe harbor and sandy beach in just minutes away.

Marina Shores

"Marina Shores Subdivision" is located in Monroe Township of Adams County by Monroe Center, Wisconsin on Lake Petenwell with both waterfront and off water deeded access lots.   This small Adams County Real Estate Development has a total of 12 lots; 5 Waterfront lots, 7 offwater deeded access lots, 1 Outlot and a Public Access lot which no one really knows about.  Marina short is not far from and between Monroe Town Park and Petenwell County Park which are minutes away.  At Monroe Town Park is a rustic boat launch for smaller fishing boats on 18th Ave and a larger boats will need to be put in the water at Petenwell County Park off of Bighorn Ave.

Petenwell Heights

"Petenwell Heights" is located in Monroe Township of Adams County by Monroe Center, Wisconsin on Lake Petenwell with both waterfront and off water deeded access lots.   This smaller Adams County Real Estate Development has a nice southwestern view of Lake Petenwell most of the lots have already been built on.    Petenwell Heights is right next to Petenwell Landing which is not far from and both Monroe Town Park and Petenwell County Park which are only minutes away.  At Monroe Town Park is a rustic boat launch for smaller fishing boats on 18th Ave and a larger boats will need to be put in the water at Petenwell County Park off of Bighorn Ave.

Petenwell Highlands

Petenwell Highlands is located in Monroe Township of Adams County by Monroe Center, Wisconsin by Lake Petenwell with NO waterfront or deeded access lots.   This Adams County Real Estate Development doesn't have much for rules and regulation like the newer subdivisions by the lake; single wide mobile homes are allows as well as camping.    Petenwell Highlands is right next to Westwind Shores which is not far from and both Petenwell County Park and Monroe Town Park which are only minutes away.  Petenwell County Park has larger boat launches, playground, sandy beach, bathrooms, camping, even a shop.  At Monroe Town Park is a rustic boat launch for smaller fishing boats with a bathroom and a picnic pavilion.

Petenwell Landing

Petenwell Landing Subdivision is located in Monroe Township of Adams County by Monroe Center, Wisconsin on Lake Petenwell with both waterfront and off water deeded access lots.   This Adams County Real Estate Development has waterfront lots that start at 125' of frontage up 200'. The Monroe Town Park abuts Kennedy Waters on the northside of the subdivision and offers a friendly place to picnic and meet friends. There is a rustic boat launch for smaller fishing boats. Larger boats will need to be put in the water at the county park on Bighorn Ave.

Petenwell Pines

Petenwell Pines & Tall Timber Addition to Petewell Pines is located in Monroe Township of Adams County by Monroe Center, Wisconsin on Lake Petenwell with both waterfront and off water deeded access lots.   This Adams County Real Estate Development is mostly wooded with some home / cabin and plenty of vacant lots plus a nice manicured outlot on Lake Petenwell.  Petenwell Pines was the first addition and Tall Timber was the 2nd addition.  It's not far from and between Monroe Town Park and Petenwell County Park which are minutes away.  At Monroe Town Park is a rustic boat launch for smaller fishing boats on 18th Ave and a larger boats will need to be put in the water at Petenwell County Park off of Bighorn Ave.

Petenwell Shores Subdivision

Petenwell Shores is located in Monroe Township of Adams County by Monroe Center, Wisconsin on Lake Petenwell with both waterfront and off water deeded access lots.   This small Adams County Real Estate Development has a total of 20 lots, 8 waterfront and 12 offwater deeded access parcels. Most of the lakefront lots are already built on but most of the off water deeded access lots are not. The Monroe Town Park abuts Petenwell Shores on the southside of the subdivision and offers a friendly place to picnic and to meet friends. There is a rustic boat launch for smaller fishing boats. Larger boats will need to be put in the water at Petenwell County Park on Bighorn Ave.

Roberts Subdivision

Roberts Subdivision is located in Monroe Township of Adams County which is Monroe Center, Wisconsin on Lake Petenwell.   This Adams County Real Estate Development is a unique development with all off water parcels across the street from Lake Petenwell but each lot got a "Rod" of deeded access frontage and a couple grave sites in the local cemetery.  This might have become because there was a Indian baby grave along the shore.  A "Rod" is unit of measurement of 16 feet. Roberts Subdivision has small lot of 66' wide and most 132' deep with no protective covenants allowing camping and single wide mobile homes.  Petenwell County Park is right up the road which features sandy beach frontage, large boat launches, safe harbor, playground, restrooms and lots of camp sites.

Running Deer Acres

Running Deer Acres is located in Monroe Township of Adams County in Wisconsin and is surrounded by public land close to Lake Petenwell.   This Adams County Real Estate Development is a 80 acres total with 16, 5 acre lots with a dead end dirt road cutting through the center of the subdivision..  You can ride ATVs and Snowmobiles on the roads in this area plus the area has thousands of acres of Public Land owned by Plum Creek Timberlands. Rome Township is right across Badger Ave.  Lake Petenwell County Park which features camping, boat launches, playground, safe harbor and sandy beach in just minutes away.

Tall Pines Addition to Petenwell Pines

Petenwell Pines & Tall Timber Addition to Petewell Pines is located in Monroe Township of Adams County by Monroe Center, Wisconsin on Lake Petenwell with both waterfront and off water deeded access lots.   This Adams County Real Estate Development is mostly wooded with some home / cabin and plenty of vacant lots plus a nice manicured outlot on Lake Petenwell.  Petenwell Pines was the first addition and Tall Timber was the 2nd addition.  It's not far from and between Monroe Town Park and Petenwell County Park which are minutes away.  At Monroe Town Park is a rustic boat launch for smaller fishing boats on 18th Ave and a larger boats will need to be put in the water at Petenwell County Park off of Bighorn Ave.

Turkey Hollow

Turkey Hollow is located in Monroe Township of Adams County in Wisconsin just west of State Highway 13 a little south of County Road C.  This Adams County Real Estate Development adjoining public land and is in an area with Thousands of acres of Public Land and several fishing lakes; Big Roche-A-Cri, Lake Petenwell and the Tri-Lakes. Turkey Hollow is 30 total with 8 lots which are sized from 2.5 to 5 oak and pine wooded acres.  You can ATV and Snowmobile right on the road which gives you access to most of Northwestern Adams County and thousands of acres of public land.  Take the afternoon and spend some time watching the Wisconsin Wildlife including Whitetail Deer, Wild Turkeys, Birds plus small game like Red Fox, Coyotes and Raccoons. Lake Petenwell is only a couple minutes away which is 23,000 acres of all-sports fun: fishing, boating, skiing, swimming, and more in the summer, ice-fishingand skating and more in the winter. 

 

New Chester Township Real Estate Developments

Brentwood

Calloway Estates

Deer Run Estates

Deer Run Estates is on McGinnis Lake located in New Chester Township of Adams County in Wisconsin by Brooks just south of Oxford Prison.   This Adams County Real Estate Development is like most waterfront communities with small lots most under 1/2 acre. The Wisconsin Railroad creates the western border of Deer Run Estates.  Happy Acres is another development on McGinnis Lake and Deer Run East is on the other side of County Rd G. In 2004 Deer Run Estates was hit by a small F1 Tornado which started over Castle Rock Lake.

Happy Acres (McGinnis Lake)

Lakebury Subdivision (Fenners Lake)

Luella Woods

Luella Woods is on located by McGinnis Lake & Upper Neenah Fishery Area in New Chester Township and Jackson Township of Adams County in Wisconsin by Brooks just south of Oxford Prison.   This Adams County Real Estate Development is open to single wide mobile homes and camping with most lot sizes under 1 acre.  Luella Woods is not to far from Easton Lake and about 15 minutes from the famous Wisconsin Dells which isn't far from the Wisconsin River and Castle Rock Lake.

Oakwood Estates

Olken Development

Patrick Lake Addition (Patrick Lake)

Pine Woods

Rockridge Meadows 1st Addition

Rock Ridge Meadows is on located by McGinnis Lake & Upper Neenah Fishery Area in New Chester Township and Jackson Township of Adams County in Wisconsin by Brooks just south of Oxford Prison.   This Adams County Real Estate Development is open to single wide mobile homes and camping with most lot sizes under 1 acre.  Rock Ridge Meadows is not to far from Easton Lake and about 15 minutes from the famous Wisconsin Dells which isn't far from the Wisconsin River and Castle Rock Lake.

Stoneybrook Woods 1st Addition

"Stoney Brook" is on located by McGinnis Lake, Patrick Lake & Upper Neenah Fishery Area in New Chester Township and Jackson Township of Adams County in Wisconsin by Brooks just south of Oxford Prison.   This Adams County Real Estate Development is open to single wide mobile homes and camping with most lot sizes under 1 acre.  Stoney Brook is not to far from Easton Lake and about 15 minutes from the famous Wisconsin Dells which isn't far from the Wisconsin River and Castle Rock Lake.

Whispering Oaks

 

New Haven Township Real Estate Developments

Hickory Shores (Mason Lake)

Lake Mason North Shore Condo (Mason Lake)

Lake Mason Wonderland (Mason Lake)

New Haven Assessors Plat


Preston Township Real Estate Developments

Big Roche-A-Cri Estates 

Big Roche-A-Cri Estates is on Big Roche-A-Cri Lake located in Preston Township of Adams County in Wisconsin by Cottonville. The Lake is about 200 acres filled with Walleye, Panfish, Bass, Northern Pike and more for fishing.. .  This Adams County Real Estate Development is like most waterfront communities with small lots most under 1/2 acre. This subdivision is close to  Snowmobile Trails and ATV Routes plus the area to the Northwest has thousand of acres open to the public.

  • 1st Addition
  • 2nd Addition
  • 3rd Addition

Cozy Pines

Cozy Pine is located in Preston Township of Adams County in Wisconsin by Cottonville east of State Highway 13 and North of State Hwy 21.  This Adams County Real Estate Development is about 120 acres total with lot size about 2.5 acres with Plum Creek Timberlands on three sides which is open to the public.  Cozy Pines is right by Snowmobile Trails and ATV Routes which may some day be added to the routing system if enough people ask and agree to it. 

Deer Haven

Enchanted Vista

Eyefull Acres Subdivision (Friendship Lake)

Forest Dales Subdivision

Grandview

Greenbush Acres (Fordham Creek)

Hadraba Subdivision

Hadraba Subdivision is located in Preston Township of Adams County in Wisconsin 1/2 miles from the Adams-Friendship right by Friendship Lake.   The Adams-Friendship High School is to far down the road from the Elementary School and the Middle School. Adams-Friendship has shopping, health care, restarants, bars & grills.  This Adams County Real Estate Development is on the northside of Adams-Friendship close Friendship Park, Friendship Lake, Friendship Mound and Roche-a-Cri State Park.

Hiller's Subdivision

Hiller's Subdivision is on Big Roche-A-Cri Lake located in Preston Township of Adams County in Wisconsin by Cottonville.   This Adams County Real Estate Development is like most waterfront communities with small lots most under 1/2 acre. Hiller's Subdivision is close to  Snowmobile Trails and ATV Routes plus the area to the Northwest has thousand of acres open to the public and is across the street from hundreds of acres lands open to the public.

Indian Hills

Jones Point Subdivision (Big Roche-A-Cri Lake)

Lake Breeze Terr. (Big Roche-A-Cri Lake)

Lakeview

Lakeview is on Friendship Lake located in Adams Township of Adams County in Wisconsin in the Village of Friendship with city sewer and water.   This Adams County Real Estate Development has a little larger lots for a waterfront communities with lot sizes over 1/2 acre. Lake View Subdivision is close to Adams-Friendship with Friendship Park, Friendship Lake, Friendship Mound and Roche-a-Cri State Park 

Park View Acres

Pourchot's Subdivision

Pourchots Subdivision is located in Preston Township of Adams County in Wisconsin 3 miles north of Adams-Friendship close to  Friendship Lake and Big Roche-A-Cri Lake.   The Adams-Friendship High School is to far down the road from the Elementary School and the Middle School. Adams-Friendship has shopping, health care, restarants, bars & grills.  This Adams County Real Estate Development is on the northside of Adams-Friendship close Friendship Park, Friendship Lake, Friendship Mound and Roche-a-Cri State Park.  Also Pourchot's is half way between Wisconsin Rapids and Wisconsin Dells.

Preston Waters (Little Roche-A-Cri Creek)

Rainbow Trout Park Subdivision

Roche-A-Cri Subdivision

Roche-A-Cri Subdivision is on Big Roche-A-Cri Lake located in Preston Township of Adams County in Wisconsin by Cottonville.   This Adams County Real Estate Development is like most waterfront communities with small lots most under 1/2 acre. Roche-A-Cri Subdivision is close to  Snowmobile Trails and ATV Routes plus the area to the Northwest has thousand of acres open to the public and by hundreds of acres lands open to the public. A few mile south of Big Roche-A-Cri Lake is Roche-A-Cri State Park featuring Roche-A-Cri Mound!

Roving Deer Acres

Shady Creek (Carter Creek)

Shouting Rock Subdivision

Town in Country

"Town in Country" is located in Preston Township of Adams County in Wisconsin 2.5 miles northwest of Adams-Friendship close to  Roche-A-Cri State Park 1/4 mile away.   The Adams-Friendship High School is to far down the road from the Elementary School and the Middle School. Adams-Friendship has shopping, health care, restarants, bars & grills.  This Adams County Real Estate Development is on the northside of Adams-Friendship close Friendship Park, Friendship Lake, Friendship Mound and Big Roche-A-Cri Lake..  Also Pourchot's is half way between Wisconsin Rapids and Wisconsin Dells.

Whispering Pines Subdivision

Wild Woods


Quincy Township Real Estate Developments

Dellwood Subdivision & Additions

The Dellwood is right by Castle Rock Lake with some waterfront and deeded access lots located in Quincy Township of Adams County in Wisconsin.   This LARGE Adams County Real Estate Development has lot sizes mostly under 1/2. Dellwood is just North Adams County Park and South of Northern Bay Golf Course. Because Dellwood is an older subdivision there wasn't much for protective covenants allowing everything from camping, single wide mobile homes, cabin, A-Frames, residentail homes and half a million dollar lakefront log homes. Many of the lots are to small for today's standards to build on; so you normally need 2 to 3 lots to build.  Strongs Prairie Township also features 50 miles of horseback riding trails and thousands of acres of public land owned by Wisconsin River Power Company who built Castle Rock Flowage back in the 1940's.  

Dovers Shores (Castle Rock Lake)

Elm Acres

Hiawatha Trail Estates

Holiday Heights

Lakes Edge Subdivision

Lamprecht's Plat (Castle Rock Lake)

Mikoda

Pine Acres

Pinecrest Woods Subdivision

Pineorama

Pineorama is located in Quincy Township of Adams County in Wisconsin just east of Castle Rock Lake by Castle Rock County Park.   This Adams County Real Estate Development is an odd shaped larger subdivision filled with pine trees giving it's name.  Pineorama development is adjoining some WI DNR public land and Quincy Bluff Wetlands Natural Area.  This subdivision doesn't have any protective covenants so you can camp and have single wide mobile homes.

Quincy Assessors Plat 1

Quincy Assessors Plat 2 (Castle Rock Lake)

Quincy Assessors Plat 3 (Castle Rock Lake)

Quincy Assessors Plat 3 (Wisconsin River)

Quincy Village Condos

Quincy Village Condominium is located in Quincy Township of Adams County, Wisconsin on the Wisconsin River at the intersection of County Rd Z and Ember Ave just south of Castle Rock Dam.  This Adams County Real Estate Development is a condo development that failed in the begining after a log cabin was built on one of the lots. The land is flat by the road where the building sites are located filled with row pines then there is a large ridge were the seasonal flood plan starts that is the green space for the condo development. Currently there is 3 sections of the river a small channel, a midsize channel and then the main Wisconsin River channel with islands in-between. Quincy Village development is minutes from WI DNR public land and Quincy Bluff Wetlands Natural Area.

Riverview Heights (Wisconsin River)

Rogers Plat

Snub Harbor South Addition (Castle Rock Lake)

Snug Harbor Addition (Klein Creek)

Snug Harbor Pine Ridge Addition

Stormoen

Timber Bay

Timber Bay is on Castle Rock Lake with some waterfront and deeded access lots located in Quincy Township of Adams County in Wisconsin.   This Adams County Real Estate Development has larger waterfront lots than normal about 1.5 acres. Timber Bay is just south of Timber Shores and east of Dellwood Subdivision.  Little Roche-A-Cri Small Boat Access in on the northside of the bay Timber Bay is in which has a boat launch, dock, picnic pavillion and a little walking bridge to a small island.

Timber Shores (Castle Rock Lake)

Tuckaway Acres

Tuckaway Acres Subdivision is located in Quincy Township of Adams County in Wisconsin just east of Castle Rock Lake by Castle Rock County Park.   This Adams County Real Estate Development is a small 40 acres subdivision with 13 lots, 2 to 5+ acres filled with row pine trees just south of Snug Harbor Pine Ridge.  Tuckaway Acres Subdivision is close to WI DNR public land and Quincy Bluff Wetlands Natural Area.  Walk to Castle Rock County Park which features camping, sandy beach, restroom, dumping station, playground, small safe harbor and boat launches.

Whitetail Ridge Subdivision

Wisconsin Waters (Wisconsin River)

Wisconsin Waters Estates (Wisconsin River)


Richfield Township Real Estate Developments

Deep Woods

Greenwood Acres


Rome Township Real Estate Developments

Amundson

Ancaster Addition (Lake Sherwood)

Apache Trails

Appleby Addition

Abbleby Addition to Camelot Lake is located in Rome Township of Adams County, Wisconsin just east of State Highway 13in the Tri-Lakes by Lake Camelot.  This Adams County Real Estate Development is in an area with lots of Public Land owned by Plum Creek Timberlands close to several fishing lakes including Lake Petenwell, Arrowhead, and Sherwood.  This subdivision is close to ATV Routes and Snowmobile Trails which consists of most of the NON-State and County roads in this area. This area has plenty of Wisconsin Wildlife to watch including Whitetail Deer, Wild Turkeys, Birds plus small game like Squirrels, Coyotes and Raccoons. 

Most of the properties around the Tri-Lakes are small building / camping sites under 1 acre and most are under 1/2 an acre. This is a development were you get deed access to Camelot Lake but there is also Lake Camelot County Park quick is open to the public which has a boat launch. Lake Camelot County Park is on Lake Camelot BUT is also on Lake Sherwood as well. These lakes are filled with Walleye, Panfish, Bass, Northern Pike and more...

Arbor Valley Meadows

Arbor Valley Meadows is located in Rome Township of Adams County, Wisconsin on County Rd Z right by Lake Petenwell.  This Real Estate Development is in an area with lots of Public Land owned by Plum Creek Timberlands close to several fishing lakes including Lake Petenwell, Arrowhead, Camelot and Sherwood. These lakes are filled with Walleye, Panfish, Bass, Northern Pike and more... Located is close to ATV Routes and Snowmobile Trails which consists of most of the NON-State and County roads in this area. This area has plenty of Wisconsin Wildlife to watch including Whitetail Deer, Wild Turkeys, Birds plus small game like squirrels, coyotes and raccoons.

Archer Forest

Archer Forest is located in Rome Township of Adams County, Central Wisconsinalong Lake Petenwell on Cty Rd Z.  The development was created about 2005 by an area developer.  There is a large power line that cuts through the development were the Osprey and Bald Eagles nest in the poles which is quite a site.   The area is filled with public land, ATV routes, Snowmobile trails, boat launches plus access to several lakes including Lake Petenwell, Twin Lakes, Tri-Lakes; Arrowhead, Camelot and Sherwood.

Archer Park (Lake Petenwell)

Arrowhead Green Addition

Arrowhead Hills Condos

Aspen Green Addition

Augusta Subdivision

Big Buck Acres

Big Sky Addition (Lake Arrowhead)

Birdie Addition

Blue Heron (Lake Arrowhead)

Bluff View

Bluffs (Lake Petenwell)

Bogey Addition

Bowstring Addition

Broadsworth Addition (Lake Sherwood)

Bromley Addition (Lake Camelot)

Brown Bear Addition

Cadbury Addition (Lake Camelot)

Canterbury Addition (Lake Sherwood)

Chatham Addition (Lake Camelot)

Chester Addition (Lake Camelot)

Chester Creek Development

Chester Creek Development is on Lake Petenwell located right by Chester Creek in Rome Township of Adams County in Wisconsin by the Tri-Lakes; Lake Arrowhead, Lake Camelot and Lake Sherwood.  These lakes are filled with Walleye, Panfish, Bass, Northern Pike and more.. .  This Adams County Real Estate Development is a very small development of only 4 lot but they are some of the largest Petenwell Lake lot in Adams County. Chester Creek Assoication merged with another small 3 lot development on the other side of county rd z along Fourteen Mile Creek.

Chranbrook Addition (Lake Camelot)

Coventry Addition (Lake Sherwood)

Deer Lodge (Lake Sherwood)

Deerfield Park (Fourteen Mile Creek)

Deerwood Acres

Double Bogey Addition

Dover Addition (Lake Camelot)

Dundee Addition (Lake Camelot)

Eagle Addition

Essex Addition

Essex Addition to Camelot Lake is located in Rome Township of Adams County, Wisconsin just east of State Highway 13in the Tri-Lakes by Lake Camelot.  This Adams County Real Estate Development is in an area with lots of Public Land owned by Plum Creek Timberlands close to several fishing lakes including Lake Petenwell, Arrowhead, and Sherwood.  Essex Addition is close to ATV Routes and Snowmobile Trails which consists of most of the NON-State and County roads in this area. This area has plenty of Wisconsin Wildlife to watch including Whitetail Deer, Wild Turkeys, Birds plus small game like squirrels, coyotes and raccoons.

Excalibur Addition (Lake Camelot)

Falk Addition (Lake Camelot)

Field & Stream Estates

Fiesta Pines

Fiesta Woods Subdivision

Glencove Addition (Lake Sherwood)

Greenleaf Addition (Lake Sherwood)

Hampton Court Addition

Hampton Addition to Arrowhead Lake is located in Rome Township of Adams County, Wisconsin just east of County Rd Z by Lake Petenwell. This Adams County Real Estate Development is part of Lake Arrowhead Subdivision but it about 3 miles away from Lake Arrowhead.  Hampton Addition is in an area with lots of Public Land owned by Plum Creek Timberlands close to several fishing lakes including Lake Petenwell, Arrowhead, and Sherwood.  Hampton Addition is close to ATV Routes and Snowmobile Trails which consists of most of the NON-State and County roads in this area. This area has plenty of Wisconsin Wildlife to watch including Whitetail Deer, Wild Turkeys, Birds plus small game like squirrels, coyotes and raccoons.

Hawkshead Addition

Huntington Addition (Lake Sherwood)

Inverness Addition (Lake Camelot)

Jack Pine Acres

Jack Pine Acres is located in Rome Township of Adams County, Wisconsin on the westside of State Highway 13 on Badger Ave just south of the Tri-Lakes; Lake Camelot, Lake Arrowhead and Lake Sherwood.  This Adams County Real Estate Development is in an area with lots of Public Land owned by Plum Creek Timberlands close to several fishing waters including Lake Petenwell, Big Roche-A-Cri Lake plus the Tri-Lakes.  Jack Pine Acres is on ATV Routes and Snowmobile Trails which consists of most of the NON-State and County roads in this area. This area has plenty of Wisconsin Wildlife to watch including Whitetail Deer, Wild Turkeys, Birds plus small game like squirrels, coyotes and raccoons. Now don't confuse Jack Pine Arbor which is also located in Rome Township a few miles to the west.

Jack Pine Arbor

Jack Pine Arbor is located in Rome Township of Adams County, Wisconsin on the westside of State Highway 13 on Badger Ave just south of the Tri-Lakes; Lake Camelot, Lake Arrowhead and Lake Sherwood.  This Adams County Real Estate Development is in an area with lots of Public Land owned by Plum Creek Timberlands close to several fishing waters including Lake Petenwell, Big Roche-A-Cri Lake plus the Tri-Lakes.  Jack Pine Arbor is on ATV Routes and Snowmobile Trails which consists of most of the NON-State and County roads in this area. This area has plenty of Wisconsin Wildlife to watch including Whitetail Deer, Wild Turkeys, Birds plus small game like squirrels, coyotes and raccoons.  Now don't confuse Jack Pine Acres which is also located in Rome Township a few miles to the east.

Kent Addition (Lake Camelot)

King's Court (Lake Camelot)

Kings Herald Addition (Lake Sherwood)

Kingswood Addition

Kingswood Addition to Arrowhead Lake is on Fourteen Mile Creek located in Rome Township of Adams County, Wisconsin just east of County Rd Z by Lake Petenwell. This Adams County Real Estate Development is part of Lake Arrowhead Subdivision right by Lake Arrowhead.   Most of the properties around the Tri-Lakes are small building / camping sites under 1 acre and most are under 1/2 an acre. This is a development were you get deeded access to Lake Arrowhead but there is also Lake Arrowhead County Park which is open to the public and has a boat launch. Lake Arrowhead Subdivision does NOT allow camping anymore. The Tri-lakes are filled with Walleye, Panfish, Bass, Northern Pike and more...

Knight's Shield Addition (Lake Camelot)

Knightshead Addition (Lake Sherwood)

Lake View

Lakeland Forest

Lance Addition (Lake Sherwood)

Lancer Addition

Leed's Addition (Lake Camelot)

Lincolnwood Addition (Lake Sherwood)

Longbow Addition (Lake Sherwood)

Manchester Addition (Lake Camelot)

Northwater Addition (Lake Arrowhead)

Norwich Addition (Lake Camelot)

NPED Park

Oxford Addition (Lake Sherwood)

Palisades Addition (Lake Camelot)

Par Addition

Penwood Addition

Pikestaff Addition (Lake Sherwood)

Pinehurst Addition

Plymouth Addition (Lake Camelot)

Quarterstaff Addition (Lake Sherwood)

Quiet Waters Addition (Lake Arrowhead)

Raindance Addition (Lake Arrowhead)

Rams Gate Addition (Lake Camelot)

Red Cloud Addition (Lake Arrowhead)

Regal Forest Estates

Robindale Addition (Lake Sherwood)

Roma Woods

Rosewood Estates

Round Oaks Addition (Lake Camelot)

Royal Crest Addition (Lake Sherwood)

Royalcrest Addition (Lake Sherwood)

Running Bear

Salisbury Addition (Lake Camelot)

Sandy Arbor

Sawgrass Addition

Scarlet Addition

Scarlet Addition to Sherwood Lake is located in Rome Township of Adams County, Wisconsin just east of State Highway 13in the Tri-Lakes by Lake Sherwood.  This Adams County Real Estate Development is in an area with lots of Public Land owned by Plum Creek Timberlands close to several fishing lakes including Lake Petenwell, Arrowhead, and Camelot.  Scarlet Addition is close to ATV Routes and Snowmobile Trails which consists of most of the NON-State and County roads in this area. This area has plenty of Wisconsin Wildlife to watch including Whitetail Deer, Wild Turkeys, Birds plus small game like squirrels, coyotes and raccoons.

Setting Sun Addition (Lake Arrowhead)

Sheffield Addition (Lake Camelot)

Shimmering Water Addition (Lake Arrowhead)

Silver Canoe Addition (Lake Arrowhead)

Sir Richard Addition (Lake Sherwood)

Sir Winston Addition

Somerst Addition (Lake Camelot)

Spotted Fawn Addition

Squire Addition (Lake Sherwood)

St. Andrews Addition

Sterling Addition

Tee Time Addition

Thunderbird (Lake Arrowhead)

Tomahawk Green Addition

Twin Lakes Development

Twin Lakes Development is on Twin Lakes with dock space on Lake Petenwell located in Rome Township of Adams County, Wisconsin just east of County Rd Z by Lake Arrowhead. This Adams County Real Estate Development is a small waterfront communtiy just west of the Tri-Lakes.   Most of the properties in Twin Lake Development are small building sites of 1.2 to 5 acre wooded lots both on water and off. This is a development were you get deeded access to Lake Petenwell but there is also a public access point called Twin Lakes Boat Launch (Walk-in).

Walden Cove Addition (Lake Camelot)

Walden East Addition (Lake Camelot)

Walden Oaks Addition (Lake Camelot)

Walden Pine Addition (Lake Camelot)

Walden West Addition (Lake Camelot)

Wedgewood Addition

Wellington Addition (Lake Camelot)

Westwind Shores (Lake Petenwell)

White Eagle Addition (Lake Arrowhead)

White Stallion Addition (Lake Camelot)

Winchester Addition

Winchester Addition to Camelot Lake is located in Rome Township of Adams County, Wisconsin just east of State Highway 13in the Tri-Lakes by Lake Camelot.  This Adams County Real Estate Development is a 40 acres addition in an area with lots of Public Land owned by Plum Creek Timberlands close to several fishing lakes including Lake Petenwell, Arrowhead, and Sherwood.  Winchester Addition is close to ATV Routes and Snowmobile Trails which consists of most of the NON-State and County roads in this area. This area has plenty of Wisconsin Wildlife to watch including Whitetail Deer, Wild Turkeys, Birds plus small game like squirrels, coyotes and raccoons.

Woodbridge Addition

Woodbridge Addition to Camelot Lake is located in Rome Township of Adams County, Wisconsin just east of State Highway 13in the Tri-Lakes by Lake Camelot.  This Adams County Real Estate Development is on of the last additions in the Lake Camelot Subdivision.  There is lots of Public Land owned by Plum Creek Timberlands close to several fishing lakes including Lake Petenwell, Arrowhead, and Sherwood in this area.  Woodbridge Addition is close to ATV Routes and Snowmobile Trails which consists of most of the NON-State and County roads in this area. This area has plenty of Wisconsin Wildlife to watch including Whitetail Deer, Wild Turkeys, Birds plus small game like squirrels, coyotes and raccoons.

Woodgreen Addition

Yeoman Addition (Lake Sherwood & Lake Camelot)

Youk Addition (Lake Camelot)

 

Springville Township Real Estate Developments

Bakers Valley

Bakers Valley is located in Springville Township of Adams County in Wisconsin just off State Hwy 13 a little north of State Hwy 82.  This Subdivision has little rolling terrian mostly open with some trees and woods. This Adams County Development is not to far from Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin River and the even Castle Rock Lake for fishing, swimming and boating enjoyment.

Deer Trails Subdivision

Deer Trails Subdivision is located in Springville Township of Adams County in Wisconsin just off State Highway 13 a little south of State Hwy 82 along the Wisconsin River .  This Adams County Real Estate Development is not to far north from the famous Wisconsin Dells and Castle Rock Lake to the Northwest. Enjoy the day fishing for catfish, northern pike, musky, bass or panfish from the Wisconsin River Access Outlot. Or just spend the day watching the Wisconsin Wildlife including Whitetail Deer, Wild Turkeys, Birds and small game; It's not called Deer Trail for nothing!

Fern Acres

Springville Acres

Springville Assessors Plat Number 1

Springville Assessor's Plat Number 1 is located in Springville Township of Adams County in Wisconsin just off State Hwy 13 a little north of State Hwy 82.  Springville Assessor's Plat subdivision has little rolling terrain some open but mostly wooded with Jack Pine and Oak trees. This Adams County Development is not to far from Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin River and the even Castle Rock Lake for fishing, swimming and boating enjoyment.  Wisconsin Dells is within about 15 minutes to the southwest where you can find a wide array of entertainment.

Springville Assessors Plat Number 2

Springville Assessors Plat Number 3 (Wisconsin River)

Springville Estates

The Dells Club Condos 

The Dells Club Condominiums are located in Adams County just north of the Wisconsin Dells along the Wisconsin River featuring an in-ground pool, tennis courts, clubhouse, nature trails, boat / fishing pier, boat trailer parking and access to a sandy beach on the river!  The dark brown condos blend-in with the surround trees and forest of pines.  There are 15 older condominium buildings with about  12 units per building with a total of 176 units in the association and 3 new condo buildings called The Dells Club North there is 3 units per building for a total of 9 units in the association that is overlooking the Wisconsin River on a Rock Formation carved by the river itself.


Strongs Prairie Township Real Estate Developments

Arkdale Shores Subdivision 

Arkdale Shores is on Arkdale Lake located in Strongs Prairie Township of Adams County in Wisconsin by Arkdale,WI right off State Highway 21 just east of Lake Petenwell and Castle Rock Lake. These lakes are filled with Walleye, Panfish, Bass, Northern Pike and more...  This Adams County Real Estate Development is like most waterfront communities with small lots most under 1/2 acre.  Arkdale Shores Subdivision is on a main Snowmobile Trail and is surrounded by ATV Routes.

Cloverdale Acres Subdivision

Crystal Brook Woods

Crystal Brook Woods is located in Strongs Prairie Township of Adams County in Wisconsin just south of State Highway 21 a little east of Castle Rock Lake. Crystal Brook Woods development has little rolling terrian mostly wooded with a 157 acres Nature Conservancy with hiking trails along Big Roche-A-Cri Creek. This Adams County Development is not to far from not only Castle Rock Lake but Lake Petewell, Wisconsin River, Public Land and it's on ATV Routes, Snowmobile Trails also Horseback Riding Trails just with Northern Bay Golf Course to the south.

Dakota Forest

Dakota Forest is right by Castle Rock Lake with deeded access located in Strongs Prairie Township of Adams County in Wisconsin by Dellwood.   This Adams County Real Estate Development has lot sizes for 5 to 10 acres which are mostly wooded and some if not all have deeded dock space on Castle Rock Lake. Dakota Forest is just South of Northern Bay Golf Course and is on Snowmobile Trails and ATV Routes. Strongs Prairie Township also features 50 miles of horseback riding trails and thousands of acres of public land owned by Wisconsin River Power Company who built Castle Rock Flowage back in the 1940's.

Enchanted Acres

Lake Shore Estates (Castle Rock Lake)

Lakewood Subdivision & Additions

Lee Development

Lee Development 2

Melody Waves Parkland (Castle Rock Lake)

Northern Bay Condos

Northern Bay Resort Golf Course and Marina is located on Castle Rock Lake in Adams County, Strongs Praire Township, Central Wisconsin.  Northern Bay features waterfront condos, club house, pool, 18 hole golf course, boat marina, restaurant, rental program and more.  Northern Bay is on ATV routes, Snowmobile Trails, close to Horseback Riding and lots of Public Hunting Land.

Roche-A-Cri

Roche-A-Cri is located in Preston Township of Adams County in Wisconsin between Arkdale and Adams-Friendship.  The development got it's name because it has deeded access to Little Roche-A-Cri Creek. This Adams County Real Estate Development has several A-Frames and small vacation cabins. Roche-A-Cri is close to Arkdale Lake, Big Roche-A-Cri Lake Friendship Lake, Castle Rock Lake and is currently part of the ATV routes.

Sunset Ridge Estates

Sunset Ridge Estates is right by Castle Rock Lake located in Strongs Prairie Township of Adams County in Wisconsin abutting Dellwood on a small dead end road.   This Adams County Real Estate Development has lot sizes of about 3/4 acre wooded parcels. Sunset Ridge Estates is just east of Northern Bay Golf Course and is on Snowmobile Trails and ATV Routes. Strongs Prairie Township also features 50 miles of horseback riding trails and thousands of acres of public land owned by Wisconsin River Power Company who built Castle Rock Flowage back in the 1940's.

Sweetheart Acres

 

Places

Some of this Places MAY or MAY NOT BE OPEN TO THE PUBLIC!!!!

Anderson Bluff
Cottonville Rock
D'oro Couche Dyracuse Mound
Easton Mound
Elephant Back
Friendship Mound
Hamilton Mound
Horse Shoe Bluff
Houghton Rock
Keystone Rock
Lighthouse Rock
Lone Rock
Minnie Rock
Owens Rock
Pilot Knob Bluff
Preston Cliffs
Quincy Bluff
Rabbit Rock
Rattlesnake Mound
Roche-A-Cri Mound
Ship Rock
Spring Bluff
Steamboat Rock

 

Clark County

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Green Lake County

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Juneau County

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Juneau County WI

Juneau County, WI is located between Adams-Friendship and Tomah in central part of the state along the Wisconsin River flowage system which creates both Lake Petenwell and Castle Rock Lake. Juneau is known for farming, hilly terrain, public land, ATV trails, hunting, fishing, rock formations, public land which also has Necedah Wildlife Refuge, Buckhorn State Park, Hardwood Air-to-Ground Gunnery and Bombing Range plus a couple communities including; Necedah, New Miner, New Lisbon, Mauston and Elroy. It's surrounded by 7 other Counties; Wood, Adams, Columbia, Sauk, Vernon, Monroe and Jackson. On this page you'll find links for more detail information including tourism, things to do, places to go, visitor information, sporting events, lakes, rustic roads, farmers markets, parks, camping, fishing, hunting, snowmobiling, ATVing, outdoor recreation and more…

 

Townships

Armenia Township

Clearfield Township

Cutler Township

Finley Township

Fountain Township

Germantown Township

Kildare Township

Kingston Township

Lemonweir Township

Lindina Township

Lisbon Township

Lyndon Township

Marion Township

Necedah Township

Orange Township

Plymouth Township

Seven Mile Creek Township

Summit Township

Wonewoc Township

Communities

Camp Douglas

Cloverdale

Cutler

Elroy

Finley

Hustler

Kelly

Lemonweir

Lindina

Lone Rock

Lyndon Station

Mather

Mauston

Meadow Valley

Necedah

New Minner

Orange Mill

Sprague

Tunnel

Union Center

Wonewoc

Lakes

Beaver Flowage

Big Lake

Castle Rock Lake

Decorah Lake

Eagle Nest Flowage (Potters)

Fish Lake

Goose Pool

Kilbourn Flowage

Kingston Flowage

Lemonweir Millpond

Lemonweir River

Meadow Valley Flowage

Necedah Lake

New Lisbon Lake

Number Two Pool

Orange Millpond

Petenwell Lake

Rynearson Flowage No. 1

Sprague-Mather Flowage

Suk & Cerney Flowage

Trout Lake

Rivers Creeks & Trout Streams

Class 1, 2 & 3 refer to Trout Stream Classifications.

Albert Lateral Ditch

Avery Lateral Ditch

Baraboo River – Class 3

Bear Creek

Beaver Creek -North Channel

Bewick Lateral Ditch

Brewer Creek  – Class 1

Carpenter Lateral Ditch

Cattail Valley Creek

Cheese Factory Creek – Class 1

Cleaver Creek

Cranberry Creek

Crossman Creek

Cutler Ditch

Danielson Lateral Ditch

Dell Creek

East Branch Big Creek

East Branch Little Yellow River

East Branch Spencer Robinson Ditch

Fountain Creek – Class 2

Gardner Creek

Gilmore Creek – Class 1 & 2

Hills Creek

Holtzlander Creek

Hoton Creek

Johnson Lateral Ditch

Juneau County Ditch

Lemonweir River

Little Brewer Creek

Little Hoten Creek – Class 1

Little Lemonweir River – Class 2 & 3

Little Onemile Creek

Little Yellow River

Lyndon Creek – Class 3

McConnell Lateral

McDowell Lateral

Morse Lateral Ditch

Mud Ditch

Neal Lateral Ditch

Onemile Creek – Class 1, 2 & 3

Ox Creek

Rattail Lateral Ditch

Rawson Lateral Ditch

Rogers Lateral Ditch

Russell Lateral Ditch

Sevenmile Creek

Seymour Creek – Class 3

South Branch Yellow River

Spencer Robinson Ditch

Spring Creek

Stewart Creek

Tracy Creek – Class 3

Unnamed - Several

Ward Lateral Ditch

Webster Creek – Class 2 & 3

West Branch Baraboo River

West Branch Big Creek

West Branch Little Yellow River

West Petenwell Ditch – Class 2

Wisconsin River

Yellow River

Public Land

Bass Hollow SNA

Buckhorn Barrens SNA

What is the Buckhorn Barrens WI? At the end of the Ice Age, Wisconsin's Glacial Lake began drastically draining which in turn flooded the Lower Wisconsin River Valley.  This area now is considered the Central Sands of Wisconsin.   After time, due to the massive flooding, large amounts of sand began to create terraces along river banks.  These sandy areas are called Sand Barrens and are home to many rare creatures that you won't find anywhere else.  Sand Barrens have specific types of plants that are able to grow in such poor soil environments as the barrens have.  These barrens have savanna-like conditions that provide both habitats and scenic beauty.

Buckhorn State Park

Buckhorn State Park is located in Germantown Township of Juneau County, Central Wisconsin on both Castle Rock Lake and the Yellow River.  The park consists of about 6,000 acres of outdoor haven offering a little bit for everyone including the local Wisconsin Wildlife.  There’s lot of outdoor photography opportunities and nature experiences to have if its camping, hiking, canoeing, kayaking, hunting, trapping, boating, swimming, fishing, backpacking, picnicking or just sitting back and watching the natural world go by.  The state park includes miles of frontage and several boat launches offering tons of water activities on the Yellow River and Castle Rock Lake part of the Wisconsin Flowage system.  Castle Rock is WI’s 4th largest inland body of water and is a manmade lake controlled by a hydro dam (creating hydroelectricity) to the South where the water turns back into the Wisconsin River.

Main Page | Office Entrance | Beach | Camping | Barrens | Canoe Launch | Hunters Parking | Fishing Pond | Sandblow Vista | Wildlife Observation Blind | Photo Galleries

Buckhorn Wildlife Area

This area of Buckhorn State Park has the Sandblow Vista and a hiking that cuts through the woods from Buckhorn Park Ave to 20th Ave with the Wildlife Observation Blind located in between.  This location is a great spot for mushroom hunting, bow hunting and wildlife photography. The park is located in Germantown Township of Juneau County, Central Wisconsin on both Castle Rock Lake and the Yellow River.  The park consists of about 6,000 acres of outdoor haven offering a little bit for everyone including the local Wisconsin Wildlife.  There’s lot of outdoor photography opportunities and nature experiences to have if its camping, hiking, canoeing, kayaking, hunting, foraging, trapping, boating, swimming, fishing, backpacking, picnicking or just sitting back and watching the natural world go by.  The state park includes miles of frontage and several boat launches offering tons of water activities on the Yellow River and Castle Rock Lake part of the Wisconsin Flowage system.

Cranberry Creek Mound Group SNA

Dell Creek Wildlife Area (Mostly in Sauk County)

Dells of The Wisconsin River SNA (Also in Adams County)

Eagle Nest Flowage Public Access

Elroy-Sparta State Trail

Hillsboro State Trail

Hulburt Creek Fishery Area (Mostly in Sauk County)

Lemonweir Bottomland Hardwood Forest SNA

Meadow Valley Wildlife Area (Necedah National Wildlife Refuge)

Mill Bluff SNA

Mill Bluff State Park (Also in Monroe County)

Necedah National Wildlife Refuge

Necedah National Wildlife Refuge is located in Necedah Township, Kingston Township, Cutler Township, and Finley Township of Juneau County just west of Necedah, WI. 54646.    The refuge is a little under 70 square miles of wildlife habitat with 6 Trails, several named bodies of water including: Goose Pool, Sprague Pool, Harvey Pond, Suk Flowage, Cerney Flowage, Mather Flowage, Yellow River, Rynearson Flowage and more…  Hiking, Hunting and Fishing is allowed in certain areas, certain times of the year so check with the Necedah Wildlife Visitors Center located on Headquarters Road.  Not too far from the wildlife area is WI’s 2nd & 4th largest inland bodies of water Lake Petenwell and Castle Rock Lake both part of the Wisconsin River Flowage System.

Main PageVisitors Center | Visitors Center Trail | Suk Cernery Flowage | Sprague Mather Flowage | Observation Tower | Observation Tower Trail | Lupine Loop Trail | Observation Deck | Harvey’s Pond | Sprague Flowage | Goose Pool | Park Entrance | Boghauter Trail | White – Trail Loop | Refuge Area | Wildlife | Homes & Cabins | Land & Acreage | Photo Gallery

Necedah Station

Petenwell Rock

Petenwell Wilderness Park

REM-Brewer Creek

REM-Little Lemonweir River

Rocky Arbor State Park (Also in Sauk County)

Scattered Wildlife

Statewide Public Access (Little Lemonweir River)

Stream Bank Easement Program on Fourtain Creek

Stream Bank Easement Program on Little Lemonweir River

Stream Bank Easement Program on Onemile Creek

The 400 State Trail

Yellow River Oxbows SNA

Yellow River Wildlife Area

Wood County Wildlife Area

 

Developments

Big Bay

Big Bay Development is located in Armenia Township of Juneau County by Petenwell Wilderness Park, Wisconsin on Lake Petenwell with both waterfront and off water deeded access lots.   This Juneau County Real Estate Development has waterfront lots that start at 125' of frontage up 200'. The abuts both Southview Shores and Hall's Point on the northwest side of the lake. There is a nice boat launch for smaller to mid-sized fishing boats at the southside of the development right off of 10 st. 

 

Places

 

Rock Formations, Cliffs, Mounds, Bluffs & Rock Outcroppings

Petenwell Rock

Necedah Bluff

Ragged Rock

Bellevue Hill

Long Bluff

Chinaman Bluff

Townline Bluff

Prices Bluff

Smarts Bluff

Twin Bluff (Two Mounds 1 by Mauston the other by Hustler)

Coon Rock

Wind Gap

Castle Rock

Steamboat Rock (South of Mauston)

Sheep Pasture Bluff

Onemile Bluff

Swandas Bluff

Rogge Bluff

Fairy Bluff

Pine Knob

Pollard Rock

Daylight Hill 1314 ft height

Kimballs Bluff

Castle Rocks

Potato Hill

Potter Ridge

Fritz Bluff

Moran Bluff

Bald Knob

Grubb Hill

Steamboat Rock by Wisconsin River

Marathon County

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Marquette County

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Townships

Buffalo East Township

Buffalo West Township

Crystal Lake Township

Douglas Township

Harris Township

Mecan North Township

Mecan South Township

Montello Township

Moundville Township

Neshkoro Township

Newton Township

Oxford Township

Packwaukee

Shields Township

Springfield Township

Westfield Township

Communities

Briggsville WI 53920
Budsin Wisconsin
Buffalo Shores Estates Wisconsin
Coloma WI 54930
Dalton WI 53926
Endevor WI 53930
Germania Wisconsin
Glen Oaks Wisconsin
Harrisville Wisconsin
Lawerence Wisconsin
Markesan WI 53946
Mecan Wisconsin
Montello WI 53949
Montello Wisconsin
Neshkoro WI 54960
Oxford WI 53952
Packwaukee Wisconsin
Pardeeville WI 53954
Portage WI 53901
Princeton WI 54968
Springfield Corners Wisconsin
Wautoma WI 54982
Westfield WI 53964

Lakes

Big Pine Lake

Bright Lake

Buffalo Lake

Christensen Lake

Clearwater Lake

Comstock Lake

Cotters Lake

Crystal Lake

Dates Millpond

Echo Lake (2 Lakes)

Emrick Lake

Ennis Lake

Fenner Lake

Goodhue Lake

Grand River Marsh

Harris Pond (Harrisville)

Imm Lake

Kilby Lake

Knights Lake

Lake Burnita

Lake Emery

Lake Montello

Lake Sharon

Larch Lake

Lawrence Pond

Little Lake

Madden Lakes (3 Lakes)

Mason Lake

McCall Lake

Metcalf Lake

Montello Cutoff

Moon Lake

Mud Lake (7 Lakes)

Needham Pond

Neenah Lake

Neshkoro Millpond

Ogle Lake

Oxford Lake

Pine Lake

Pleasant Lake

Pollys Lake

Puckaway Lake

Sache Pond

Sandow Lake

Sandy Lake

School Section Lake

Silver Lake

Smith Lake

Spring Lake

Swamp Lake

Tuttle Lake

Twin Lakes

Rivers Creeks & Trout Streams

Class 1, 2 & 3 refer to Trout Stream Classifications.

Allen Creek

Caves Creek – Class 1

Chaffee Creek – Class 1 & 2

Chapman Creek

Fox River

Good Earth Creek

Graham Creek

Klawitter Creek – Class 2

Lawrence Creek – Class 1

Little Lunch Creek

Little Pine Creek – Class 1

Lunch Creek – Class 2

Mad River

Mecan River – Class 2

Montello River

Mud Lake Outlet

Neenah Creek – Class 1 & 3

North Branch Wedde Creek

O’Keefe Creek – Class 2

Ox Creek – Class 2

Page Creek

South Branch Neenah Creek

South Branch Wedde Creek

Spring Creek

Tagatz Creek – Class 1

Unnamed - Several

Wedde Creek – Class 2

Welsh Creek

Westfield Creek

 

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Portage County

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Taylor County

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Waupaca County

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Waushara County

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Aurora Township WI

Aurora Township is located in Waushara County, Central Wisconsin with the smaller north part of Berlin in it and the southern larger part in Green Lake County.   Most of this area is large acreages except for properties around Fox River and Mill Pond.  There are a lot of wetlands and drainage ditches cutting through the country side.  Besides the park / boat launch at Mill Pond there isn’t much for public land in this area.  On the east side of the pond is a small town called Auroraville.  There is how ever a good side intersection formed by State Highway 21 & 49 with some commercial properties on the corners.   In this area you’ll find lots of lowlands, farmlands with some scatted batches of woods.

Bloomfield Township

Bloomfield Township is located in Waushara County, Central Wisconsin just south of Waupaca County and west of Winnebago County.  This area has quite a bit of wetlands, marshes, lowlands, some woods and lots of farm fields with several unnamed creeks.  The only named streams are Alder Creek and Mosquito Creek plus a small portion of Lake Poygan in the southeast corner of the township.  There are three small communities located in this area including West Bloomfield, Tustin and Brushville.  State Highway 49 in the main roadway and several county roads U, A, HH, I and M cut through Bloomfield Township as well.  Because of all the lowlands there are larger land owners with the average smaller plot of land being a 40 acre parcel.  There’s not much of Public Land compared to other Waushara County township only a couple boat lunches and REM-Pony Creek.

Coloma Township

Coloma Township is located in Waushara County, Central Wisconsin home of the Village of Coloma along I-39 / 51 & State Highway 21.  The west side of the township is mostly just large farm fields then as you look to the east it gets hilly by the interstate and the rest of the area is mix with small farms and woodlands.  Coloma Township borders Adams County to the West and Marquette County to the South.  Pleasant Lake one of the areas main recreation lakes; 126 acres with 2.3 miles of lakefront shoreline with a max depth of 24 ft which might be the headwaters for Chaffee Creek trout stream.  There are several locations and acres of public land like Mecan River Fishery Area, Upper Fox Headwaters SNA (which stands for Sate Natural Area) Ice Age Trail, Mecan Spring SNA plus Coloma Park with tennis courts, baseball diamond, volleyball courts, playground equipment and more… Most of the public land is opened to the public for hunting, hiking, wildlife observation, etc... The start of the South Branch Wedde Creek is located on 100 acres of DNR Land part of the Mecan River Fishery Area.

Dakota Township

Dakota Township is located in Waushara County, Central Wisconsin home of the City of Wautoma which has the County Seat & Fairgrounds.   This area has lots of public land open to a variety of outdoor actives like hunting, trout fishing, boating, trapping, hiking, birding, food foraging at Lunch Creek Wetlands SNA (which stands for State Natural Area), White River Fishery Area – Waushara, Bass Lake Fen SNA plus several boat launches and parking area to access the Wisconsin DNR Land.  There is a mix of woodlands, wetlands, farm fields, rolling terrain and residential properties in this township.  Wautoma is one of the larger towns in the area with a wide array of shopping, health care, gas stations, car dealers, stores, schools and more…  To the south is Marquette County were lots of the trout streams flow into.

Deerfield Township

Deerfield Township is located in Waushara County, Central Wisconsin with several County Roads cutting through it including C, GG, B, V, O, and Y.  This area has some fishing lakes; Fish Lake, Crooked Lake, Bohn Lake, Lyman Lake, Ueeck Lake, Marl Lake, Mill Pond, Lake Virginia, Hartford Lake with Schmudlach Creek class trout stream.   Beside the public land by Hartford Lake owned by Waushara County there is Bohn Lake Ice Age National Scenic Area Trail and another large area for the Ice Age Trail system plus just down the road is a small part of Greenwood Wildlife Area as well.  This area has a mix of large farmland plots and wooded land.

Hancock Township

Hancock Township is located in Waushara County, Central Wisconsin home to the Village of Hancock along I39 / 51 just north County Road C.   Almost everything west of the interstate is huge farm fields with irrigation and west of the interstate is mostly woods with small farmland.  Most of Greenwood Wildlife Area is located in this township which is public land open to hunting, hiking, birding with a snowmobile trail and the Ice Age Trail cutting through it.  There are 4 sections of REM-Carter Creek DNR Land along carter creek trout stream which flows into Adams County to the west.  By Hancock there are several small fishing lakes including Pine Lake aka Hancock Lake, Deer Lake, Fish Lake and two private lakes; Bullhead Lake & Reeder Lake.  Most of the area divided into large plats of land with some smaller parcels by town and just south of Greenwood Wildlife Area.

Leon Township

Leon Township is located in Waushara County, Central Wisconsin home to Pine River Village.  This area has lots of woods with some smaller farm fields with some wetlands in the southeast corner of the township.  The main public lands offer access to trout fishing creeks like Pine River System Fishery, Remnant Little Silver Creek, Remnant Pine River, Cedar Creek Fishery Area and Willow Creek Fishery Area.  Leon Township has just a hand full of small lakes including Middle Lake, Taylor Lake and Pearl Lake – sign by the lake reads “Welcome to Pearl Lake Central Wisconsin’s Cleanest, Clearest Lake”.

Marion Township

Marion Township is located in Waushara County, Central Wisconsin just east of Lohrville which just touches into the township.   This area has a good mix of smaller acreage, larger acreage, woods, fields, lakes and trout streams but not a lot of public land besides REM-Thorstead Creek (REM means Remnant), small section of Willow Creek Fishery Area and just a tiny part of White River Wildlife Area about 10 acres.  In the area are several boat launches that give public access to the local lakes some walk-in, some driving and some with parking lots or road side parking.  This township has a lot more smaller sized parcels, subdivision and lake front communities than the other southern townships along the Marquette County border.  There is State Highway 21 & 73 plus 5 County road winding through the area.

Mount Morris Township

Mount Morris Township is located in Waushara County, Central Wisconsin and is home to about half of the Village of Mount Morris and Mt Morris County Park.  This area has rolling terrain with Mount Morris as its center point with some wetlands north and west of Porters Lake.  The township has a lot of wooded land, some farm fields with Highway 152, County Road; H, WW, W, G, S and Z for larger roadways.  The two main public lands are Willow Creek Fishery Area which is open to trout fishing, hunting, hiking, birding and more… The second is Mount Morris County Park with give you a view for miles with tennis courts, hiking trails, picnic area, playground equipment, restrooms, woods and lots of wildlife.

Oasis Township

Oasis Township is located in Waushara County, Central Wisconsin just south of Portage County and east of Plainfield.  This area is mostly large farm fields with some woods by the town of Plainfield.  There’s a little bit of public land known as Plainfield Tunnel Channel Lake State Natural Area by Plainfield Lake, Sherman Lake, Long Lake, Fiddle Lake and Weymouth Lake.  There are several lakes in Oasis Township, but most of them are private lakes on large parcels of land privately owned with no public access.  State Highway 73 runs through the township as the main artery with County Road BB, J, P, O and A as other larger roadways.

Plainfield Township

Plainfield Township is located in Waushara County, Central Wisconsin home to Plainfield, the town right by I – 39 / 51 with State Highway 73 cutting through.  This area is mostly large farm fields with just a little bit of public land named Big Roche-A-Cri Creek Fishery Area with Big Roche-A-Cri Creek class trout stream flowing through it.  You can hunt, fish for trout, hike and enjoy some wildlife viewing on this public land.  Plainfield has some light shopping with a store, café, bowling alley, bars / grills, a phone company and other small businesses.  Plainfield Township borders Portage County to the north and Adams County to the west.

Poy Sippi Township

Poy Sippi Township is located in Waushara County, Central Wisconsin home to Poy Sippi, a small town with the west side of Poygan Lake which is one of Wisconsin Largest lakes.  This area has mostly wetlands and farm fields with a large part open to the public via Poygan Marsh Wildlife Area along the west side of Poygan Lake.  Because of all the lowlands in Poy Sippi Township, there are large parcels of land lots of 40s, 80s and 100+ land plots.  Unlike most other townships in Waushara County, there are no class trout streams, but it has thousands of acres of public land nearby at Poygan Marsh Wildlife Area offering; birding, canoeing, hiking, trapping, foraging wild edibles, wildlife viewing and hunting for waterfowl, deer, coyotes, small games, etc…

Richford Township

Richford Township is located in Waushara County, Central Wisconsin, home of the Village of Richford along County Road B just south of State Highway 21.  This area is mostly rolling terrain with family farms and is considered Amish Country.   Just south is the border for Marquette County.   Richford Township has plenty for the outdoor enthusiast with Lakes, Public Land and Trout Streams through the area loaded with local wildlife.  Hike some to the Ice Age Trails in the Mecan River Fishery Area, go trout fishing in White River Fishery Area, go Hunting in Upper Fox Headwaters SNA (which stands for Sate Natural Area) or go boating on Curtis Lake.  You can even find organic farm stands just from several small growers…

Rose Township

Rose Township is located in Waushara County, Central Wisconsin with the west part of Wild Rose and the east side is in Springwater Township.  This area is a mix of small farm fields and woodlands with some small private lake / ponds.  There are some small properties, but there are a lot of larger 40 acre plus acre plots of land.  Wild Rose Fish Hatchery Area and Willow Creek Fishery Area are the main public lands in Rose Township.  Humphrey Creek offers trout fishing for the outdoor angler which flows in to Wild Rose Pond then flows out as Pine River right on the township line bordering Springwater Township.  Wild Rose offers some housing, light shopping, health care, schools, small businesses and more…  State Highway 22 is the main roadway for the area but also have County Road P, AA, GH, O and A.

Saxeville Township

Saxeville Township is located in Waushara County, Central Wisconsin just south of Waupaca County and north of Pine River.  This area has four named trout streams; Magdanz Creek, Popple Creek, Pine River and Carpenter Creek.  There is no public land that can be found in the official Waushara County Plat Book.  Saxeville Township has a mix of woods, farm fields, creeks and some wetlands.   There a several County Roads running through the area including E, A, AE, TT, W, M, H, and NN.

Springwater Township

Springwater Township is located in Waushara County, Central Wisconsin with the east part of Wild Rose and the west side is in Rose Township.  This area is mostly wooded with a couple large farm fields and a lot of small farm field.  There is plenty of public land including the Wild Rose Fish Hatchery, Willow Creek Fishery Area, Pine River System Fishery Area, Karner Blue Meadow State Natural Area plus some Waushara County Land as well as offering trout fishing, boating, hunting, birding, foraging for edibles, wildlife viewing, photography and more… Also, there are several boating and fishing lakes like Pine Lake, Long Lake, Round Lake, Silver, Lake Gilbert Lake, Wilson Lake and others.  Springwater Township has miles of class trout streams with are Pine River, Daviers Creek, Humphrey Creek, Willow Creek and Kaminski Creek.

Warren Township

Warren Township is located in Waushara County, Central Wisconsin home to the towns of Lohrville and Redgranite.   This area has a lot of wetlands with drainage ditches, unnamed creeks, Willow Creek trout stream flowing through it with Willow Creek Fishery Area which is open to the public for hunting and fishing.  Part of Mill Pond is in the township which is fed by Willow Creek.   There are two manmade lakes: Redgranite Quarry and Lohrville Quarry both within the city/village limits; there is one more body of water called Jordans Lake which is privately owned.  Because of the wetter soils most of the land parcels are larger hunting acreages known for Whitetail Deer, Wild Turkey, Waterfowl and lots of small game.  There are no Boat Landings in Warrens Township.  The main artery for this area is State Highway 21 but there are some County Roads including F, E, N and EE.

Wautoma Township

Wautoma Township is located in Waushara County, Central Wisconsin home to about half of the City of Wautoma.  This area is a good mix of small farms and wooded land with some small lakes, trout streams with 2 large sections of White River Fishery Area of public land just north of Wautoma.  The land parcels vary from small lots to big hundred plus acres plots.  Wautoma is one of the larger towns in the area with a wide array of shopping, health care, gas stations, car dealers, stores, schools and more…  Wautoma Township is basically the center of Waushara County and one of the main hubs.

 

Communities

Almond WI 54909
Auroraville Wisconsin
Bancroft WI 54921
Bannerman Wisconsin
Berlin WI 54923
Borth Wisconsin
Brushville Wisconsin
Coloma Corners Wisconsin
Coloma WI 54930
Dakota Wisconsin
Fountain Valley Wisconsin
Fremont WI 54940
Hancock WI 54943
Heffron Wisconsin
Lohrville Wisconsin
Mount Morris Wisconsin
Neshkoro WI 54960
Omro WI 54963
Pine River WI 54965
Plainfield WI 54966
Poy Sippi Wisconsin
Redgranite WI 54970
Richford Wisconsin
Saxeville Wisconsin
Tustin Wisconsin
Waupaca WI 54981
Wautoma WI 54982
West Bloomfield Wisconsin
Westfield WI 53964
Weyauwega WI 54983
Wild Rose WI 54984

 

Lakes

Alpine Lake

Auroraville Millpond

Baitenger Lake

Bannerman Lake

Bass Lake

Beans Lake

Big Cedar Lake

Bing Lake

Bohn Lake

Bonneville Lake

Brownlow Lake

Bughs Lake

Bullhead Lake

Chain Lake

Clarks Millpond

Cooks Lake

Crooked Lake

Curtis Lake

Deer Lake (2 Lakes)

Echo Lake

Emerald Lake

Fenrich Springs

Fiddle Lake

Fish Lake (2 Lakes)

Flynns Quarry

Gilbert Lake

Goose Lake

Herrick Lake

Hills Lake (2 Lakes)

Horsehead Lake

Idlewild Millpond

Irogami Lake

Johns Lake

Jordans Lake

Kawalski Lake

Kristine Lake

Kusel Lake

Lake Huron

Lake Jeanette

Lake Lucerne

Lake Morris

Lake Napowan

Lake Poygan

Lake Virginia

Lake Wautoma

Little Beans Lake

Little Cedar Lake

Little Lake

Little Twin Lake

Lohrville Quarry

Long Lake (2 Lakes)

Lost Lake

Lucky Lake

Lyman Lake

Marl Lake

Mecan Springs

Meilke Lake

Middle Lake

Mud Lake (3 Lakes)

Neshkoro Millpond

Norwegian Lake

Pearl Lake

Pickerel Lake

Pine Lake (2 Lakes)

Pine River Millpond

Piper Lake

Plainfield Lake

Pleasant Lake

Pochman Lake

Porters Lake

Poy Sippi Millpond

Pretty Lake

Pumpkin Seed Lake

Redgranite Quarry

Reeder Lake

Rogers Pond

Round Lake (3 Lakes)

Sand Lake

Saxeville Millpond

School Pond

Second Lake

Sherman Lake

Shumway Lake

Silver Lake (2 Lakes)

Slafter Lake

Spring Lake

Squaw Lake

Taylor Lake

Timan Lake

Tippetts Lake

Turtle Lake

Twin Lakes (3 Lakes)

Ueeck Lake

Walters Lake

Wautoma Pond

West Branch Mill P.(White River)

West Point Quarry

Weymouth Lake

White River Fl (Lower Pond)

Wilcox Lake

Wild Rose Pond

Wilson Lake

Witters Lake

Yonke Lake

Zinke Lake

Rivers Creeks & Trout Streams

Class 1, 2 & 3 refer to Trout Stream Classifications.

Allen Creek

Austin Creek – Class 2

Big Roche-A-Cri Creek – Class 1

Bird Creek – Class 1

Bowers Creek – Class 1

Carpenter Creek – Class 2

Carter Creek – Class 1

Caves Creek

Cedar Spring Creek – Class 1

Chaffee Creek – Class 1

Chapman Creek

Davis Creek – Class 1

East Branch Little Pine Creek – Class 1

Fox River

Good Earth Creek

Graham Creek

Humphrey Creek – Class 1

Kaminski Creek – Class 1

Klawitter Creek

Leola Ditch – Class 2

Little Lunch Creek

Little Pine Creek – Class 1

Little Silver Creek – Class 1

Lunch Creek – Class 1 & 2

Mad River

Magdanz Creek – Class 1 & 2

Mecan River – Class 1 & 2

Montello River

Mud Lake Outlet

North Branch Wedde Creek – Class 1

Ox Creek

Page Creek

Popple Creek – Class 1

Porters Creek – Class 1

Schmudlack Creek – Class 1 & 2

South Branch Neenah Creek

South Branch Wedde Creek – Class 1

Spring Creek

Sucker Creek – Class 1 & 2

Tagatz Creek

Thorstad Creek – Class 2

Unnamed - Several

Wedde Creek

Wichering Creek – Class 1

Welsh Creek

West Branch Little Pine Creek – Class 1

Westfield Creek

Willow Creek – Class 1 & 2

White River – Class 1

Public Land

Alpine Boat Launch
Alpine County Park
Bass Lake Fen SNA
Beans Lake Boat Launch
Big Roche-A-Cri Fishery Area (part in Waushara County the rest is in Adams Cty)
Bohn Lake – Ice Age Trail
Bughs Lake Boat Launch
Buzzards Roost Airfield
Cedar Creek Fishery Area
Coloma Park
County Parks
Extensive Wildlife Habitat
Fish Lake Boat Launch
Fish Lake Boat Launch
Gilbert Lake Boat Launch
Greenwood Wildlife Area
Harju Airfield
Hill Lake Boat Launch
Ice Age Trail System
Irogami Lake Boat Landing
John’s Lake Boat Launch
Karner Blue Meadow SNA (SNA means State Natural Area)
Kssel Lake Boat Landing
Lake Huron Boat Launch
Lake Lucerne Boat Launch
Lake Napowan Boat Launch
Long Lake Boat Launch
Lunch Creek Wetlands SNA (which stands for State Natural Area)
Marl Lake Boat Launch
Mecan Lake Boat Launch
Mecan River Fishery Area
Mecan Springs SNA
Mill Pond Boat Launch
Mount Morris County Park
Mount Morris Park
Mt Morris Lake Boat Launch
North Shore Park on Pleasant Lake
Pearl Lake Boat Launch
Pine Lake Boat Launch
Pine River Boat Launch
Pine River System Fishery Area
Plainfield Tunnel Channel Lakes SNA (SNA mean State Natural Area)
Pleasant Lake Boat Launch
Porters Lake Boat Launch
Poygan Lake Boat Launches  
Poygan Marsh Wildlife Area
REM- Thorstead Creek (REM means Remnant)
REM-Carter Creek (REM means Remnant)
REM-Little Silver Creek
Remnant Pony Creek
REM-Pine River
Round Lake Boat Ramp
Sandcrest Park
Silver Lake Boat Launches
Spring Creek Airfield
Spring Lake Boat Launches
Town of Springwater Covered Bridge Park
Twin Lake Boat Launch
Upper Fox Headwaters SNA
Watergarden Park on State Highway 21
Waushara County Land
Wautoma Station
White River Fishery Area – Waushara (3 large locations)
White River Flowage Boat Launch
White River Marsh Wildlife Area (only 10 acres of it with most of the Wildlife Area in Marquette County)
Wild Rose Fish Hatchery
Wild Rose Hatchery
Wild Rose Pond Boat Launch
Willow Creek Fishery Area
Wilson Lake Boat Ramp
Witters Lake Boat Launch

Developments

Bloomfield Township
Tustin
Coloma Township
East Shore Park
Calugi’s Sunrise Park
North Shore Park
West Shore Park
Dakota Township
Oakdale
Greenbelt
Hillcrest
Lake View Fairway
Squirrel Square
Clearwater
Woodlands
Week’s White River
Pomplun
Par 4
Deerfield Township
White Pine
Lindberg
Klabunde Acres
Hartford Heights
Marlwood
Blader & Wandrey
Lofty Pines
Karin Shores
White River Hills
Hancock Township
Lakeside Estates
Greenwood Acres
Leon Township
Pine River Heights
Pine River Valley
Juantia
Grandview
Granite Heights
Getchius
Leona Grove
South Hills Acres
Arizona Flats
Silver Oak
Marion Township
Alpine Lake
Silver Crystal
Indian Mounds
Sand Beach
Lakeview Point
Clear View
By Silver Pond
Deer Ridge
Sunset Beach
Terrace Hills
Pine Beach
Oakridge
Tow Oaks North
Lucerne Lakewood
Hidden Springs
Cedar Springs
Pine Knoll
Mount Morris Township
Protheroe Shores
Anderson Acres
Sunny Banks
Morris Lake View
4th Lake
Retreat
Blackhawk Bluffs
Lutherburg
Mt Valley Shores
Shanahan Resorts
John’s Lake
Week’s Fish Lake
Lincolnwood Estate
Oasis Township
Misty Ridge
Anselms Plat
Long View Estate
Lindores & Walters
Thoma & Wendt
Moreys Plat
Plainfield Township
Harmony Acres
Poy Sippi Township
Moffatt & Deweys
Agnes Grinnell
Welsh’s Lake Poygan
Richford Township
Mecan River Valley
Rose Township
Wild Rose Twin Lakes
Saxeville Township
Lakewood Hills
Shore Wood
Long Lake Woodlands
The Planation
Saxeville
Timan Lake
Springwater Township
Twin Lakes
Bradley Point
Lakewood Estates
Wilson Park
Springwater Crest
Sandy Beach
Humphrey Hills
Gilbert Park Manor
Secluded Woods
Gosz Lakeshore
Springwater
Kusel Lake Acres
Parkers Woods
Pinehurst
Owens Pleasant View
Sportsman Haven
Silver Pines
Warren Township
Wautoma Township
Oak Haven
Bugh’s Lake
Royal Oaks

Places

 

Wood County

Townships | Communities | Lakes | Rivers Creeks & Trout Streams | Public Land | Developments | Places

Townships

Arpin Township

Auburndale Township

Cameron Township

Cary Township

Cranmoor Township

Dexter Township

Grand Rapids Township

Hansen Township

Hiles Township

Lincoln Township

Marshfield Township

Milladore Township

Port Edwards Township

Remington Township

Richfield Township

Rock Township

Rudolph Township

Saratoga Township

Seneca Township

Sherry Township

Sigel Township

Wood Township

Communities

 

Lakes

Biron Flowage

Bullgrass Flowage

Centralia Flowage

Corner Marsh

Dexter Lake

East Potts Flowage

G Flowage

Grass Lake

Lake Kaunewinne

Manakiki Lake

Middle Marsh

Nekoosa Flowage

Nepco Lake

North Gallagher Flowage

Petenwell Lake

Pool Fifteen

Port Edwards Flowage

Quail Point Flowage

Ross Lake

Sixteen Pool

South Gallagher Flowage

Wazeecha Lake

Wisconsin Rapids Flowage

Yellow River

Ackerman Cut

Big Pond

Black River Lake

Byhre Lake

Carter Slough

Channel Lake

Cisco Lake Chain

Detroit Harbor

Frentress Lake

Grass Lake

Lake Catherine

Swift Slough

Rivers Creeks & Trout Streams

Class 1, 2 & 3 refer to Trout Stream Classifications.

Alder Creek

Bear Creek

Beaver Creek

Bloody Run Creek – Class 1

Cat Creek

Dawes Creek

East Fork Hemlock Creek

Elm Creek

Flick Creek

Fivemile Creek – Class 1, 2 & 3

Harvey Creek

Hemlock Creek

Kurt Creek

Little Bear Creek

Little Hemlock Creek

Lynn Creek – Class 1

Moccasin Creek – Class 2

North Fork Hemlock Creek

Onemile Creek

Owl Creek

Puff Creek

Ripple Creek

Rocky Creek – Class 1

Rocky Run

Sevenmile Creek – Class 1

Skunk Creek

Tenmile Creek – Class 2 & 3

Turner Creek

Unnamed - Several

Weisner Ditch

Wisconsin River

Public Land

Developments

Places

 

 

OTHER - MISC

What is a Remnant Creek?

REM or Remnant refers to an area in protected tract of land whose fishing habitat is preserved.  These Remnants are mainly along trout streams for cold water species like Rainbow Trout, Brown Trout and Brook Trout.  These Fishery Areas are scattered throughout Wisconsin with an estimated 12,000 acres with some having natural springs.  They are important spawning grounds for the species they harbor.  Some of these Remnants provide easements through private lands to give the public access to fish these waters.  Remants are typically open as Wisconsin Public Land for both hunting and fishing grounds but always check the local rules and regulations first for that time of year.

What is IDX?

IDX stands for Internet Data Exchange.  IDX allows many different Realtors to exchange listing data on their websites via the MLS (Multiple Listing Services).  TheLandman.net website IDX feed taps into WIREX (Wisconsin Real Estate Exchange) which currently consists of 9 different Multiple Listing Services including Central Wisconsin, Marinette County, Metro Milwaukee, Northeast Wisconsin, Northwestern Wisconsin, South Central Wisconsin, Superior Area and Western Wisconsin.  

 

What is an Acre?

Definition of an Acre:

"A unit of area in the U.S. Customary System, used in land and sea floor measurement and equal to 160 square rods, 4,840 square yards, or 43,560 square feet." 

(Source: http://dictionary.reference.com/search?q=acre from Dictionary.com)

  • A square acre is 208.71' X 208.71 but and acre can 1' X 43,560'
  • Did you know that 1 square mile is equal to 640 acres.

How Much is An Acre Worth?

A square Acre(s):
1 Acre = 208.7’ X 208.7’ (rounded down)
5 Acres = 466.7’ X 466.7’ (rounded up)
10 Acres = 660’ X 660’
40 Acres = 1320’ X 1320’  40 Acre Parcels are Normally Square.
640 Acres (1 Square Mile) – 5280’ X 5280’