11656N Center Drive, Hurley, Wisconsin, 54534
This is a truly unique hunting and recreational property in the heart of northern Wisconsin wilderness. The only thing typical is the mix of hardwoods, pine, spruce, fir, and poplar found on this property and that define the northern forest region. The exposed rock outcrops of the Penoke-Gogebic Range and over 4000 feet of Montreal River frontage are what make this property special. With abundant water; security habitat; and natural food sources including browse, mast and forbs; good populations of whitetail, black bear, grouse and migratory waterfowl are available on this acreage. Trail 17 gives you phenomenal access to the Class ll trout waters of your Montreal River frontage. If you’ve had enough hiking, fishing, hunting or wildlife viewing, the rock outcrops offer spectacular views and a great setting for an afternoon picnic or just a serene moment. If you’re looking for additional recreational opportunities beyond your property, the surrounding area is a mecca for outdoor enthusiasts. The possibilities are really too endless to name, but some of the options include: explore the beaches of Lake Superior, fish on the Gile Flowage or any of the other inland lakes that dot the region, enjoy the waterfalls or raft the class ll-lV rapids of the Montreal River, discover the Chequamegon and Ottawa National Forests, travel the miles of available snowmobile/ATV trails, or seek the adrenaline of downhill skiing at several of the best ski resorts in the Midwest. An old farmstead offers a start to develop new or salvage materials to make it more affordable.