40-acres of forestland located in the Town of Casey, Washburn County, Wisconsin. This property features a mixture of red pine, jack pine, white pine, oak, and aspen. Electric utilities are not available on the property but appear to be present on nearby properties. It contains access from McKinley Lake Road, and woods road infrastructure allows vehicular travel through a portion of the tract. Enrolled in the Managed Forest Law (MFL).
- Great recreational tract near many lakes
- Woods road infrastructure allows vehicular travel through a portion of the tract
- Driveway into potential building site or camping location
The Surrounding Area
Located in peaceful northwestern Wisconsin, Washburn County features thousands of acres of county forest, with nearly 1000 lakes and three navigable rivers, including the Namekagon River which is a tributary of the St. Croix National Scenic Riverway. The area also offers thousands of acres of public land for hiking, horseback riding, snowmobiling, skiing and biking.
Find Out More
For additional details about this property or to schedule a tour, call our Hayward office at 715.699.1401 and ask for Josh Burling (Ext. 203), Kari Fischer (Ext. 204), or For the Tomahawk office, call Todd Frederickson at 715.453.3274 (Ext. 327).
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- County: Washburn