Price reduced: An exceptional bargain on 5.4 Wooded Acre lot on Spider Lake, Mason WI. $25,000
Perfect building site for your up-north cabin. Just north of Hwy 2, in the heart of the Chequamegon National Forest on Wisconsin’s scenic Bayfield Peninsula. Close to ATV & snowmobile trails, ski and mountain bike trails, miles of forest roads, abundant public land, and dozens of lakes and streams. Spider Lake itself, like many small lakes in northern Wisconsin, has dropped dramatically during our recent drought. That makes this property available at a bargain price!
More About Spider Lake area
Just a few miles from this lot, you’ll find:
- The Tri-County Corridor ATV and snowmobile trail that stretches 60 miles from Superior to Ashland. (Nearby, you’ll also find a few hundred miles more trails.)
- Hundreds of miles of unpaved forest roads that are open to snowmobiles in the winter and motor vehicles or ATVs in the summer. (Most are lightly traveled and great for mountain biking, too.)
- Thousands of acres of public land that are open for hunting, hiking, or exploring.
- A number of lakes and streams that are great for fishing, waterfowling, or paddling.
Less than an hour away, you’ll find:
- World-class whitewater paddling and trout fishing on the Brule river.
- Fishing on dozens of area lakes—including the Chippewa Flowage, where the world-record musky was caught.
- Lots more lakes and streams that offer great fishing, boating, and paddling (did we mention Lake Superior?).
- Miles and miles of great snowmobile and ATV trails.
- Plenty of lightly traveled paved roads that are great for road biking.
- Hundreds of miles of nonmotorized trails, including the Birkebeiner trail, the Brule River Ski Trails, and the Chequamegon Area Mountain Bike Association’s trail system. The area is home to some of the best cross-country skiing and mountain biking you’ll find anywhere. It’s also home to premiere events like the American Birkebeiner, the Chequamegon Fat Tire Festival, and the Firehouse 50.
- Even more public land that’s open for hunting, hiking, and exploring. In addition to the Chequamegon National Forest, there’s also County Forest Land in Douglas, Bayfield, Ashland, and Sawyer Counties. Most land owned by timber and paper companies is also open to public recreation. Here in northern Wisconsin, you’ll find some of the best grouse hunting and deer hunting anywhere.
- Galleries, shopping, fine dining, music, casinos, and other more “civilized” pursuits in towns like Ashland, Bayfield, Cable, Hayward, Superior, and Duluth. When you’re in Bayfield, don’t forget to take the ferry over to Madeline Island. And come October, be sure to check out Bayfield’s Apple Festival.