0 Stones Pocket Rd, North Freedom, Wisconsin, 53951
Located on the South East side of Baxter’s Hollow Nature Conservancy this 40-acre parcel begs to be compared to Devils Lake State Park. This 40-acre parcel is one of very few left not owned by the Nature Conservancy. The beauty of Mother Nature has never been more obvious than it is on this property. The Otter Creek meanders through Western half of the property providing a quarter mile of creek frontage and an abundance of breathtaking sites. A well-worn game trail borders the creek weaving in and out of the woods and crossing in strategic locations. The waterway is littered with deep and shallow pools with the ambiance of running water ever constant.
Stones Pocket Rd. slices through the property in a way that you hardly realize its there, but the access it provides is greatly appreciated. Certain areas of the property are littered with various rocks and boulders including red quartzite, quartz, and granite. Mature oaks, maples, elms, and pines tower above you as you walk down the trail leading to the rear of the property. Roughly a quarter of the land rises in elevation leading to a nice flat on top of the ridge perfect for all day sits during the rut. There are no shortage of stand sites yet the challenge of deciding which one to hunt will make it difficult to focus on anything else.
The Nature Conservancy designated the Baraboo Hills as a, “Last Great Place”, and continues to call it one of only 75 outstanding ecosystems in the western hemisphere and is home to 58 different bird species. Take advantage of this opportunity to own a part of the world where the glaciers stopped and created the door step to the Driftless region of South West Wisconsin. Take a look at a Sauk County Plat book, there won’t be many more opportunities like this one!
Contact Realtor/Land Specialist Bob Clyde of UC Hunting Properties for a private showing @ (608) 495-0071 or firstname.lastname@example.org