Get the best of both Lakes with this lake-side property on Twin Lakes. There are no other lots available here at the time of this posting. Gorgeous, heavily wooded parcel is over an acre & a half and does allow camping! You get frontage on the smaller, quieter Twin Lakes and also a boat slip on the big lake! Lake Petenwell is the 2nd largest inland lake in Wisconsin! This land is located in an area of abundant wildlife! Observe the Whitetail deer browsing & the Eagles soaring! This parcel is directly on the ATV route & snowmobile trail for year round fun & adventure! Broker/Owner may finance qualified Buyer. Don't miss it! Call now! Call Listing Agent/Broker-Owner John Olson directly on his cell phone at 608-474-2110 or Toll-free 1-888-696-8695.
Central Wisconsin Land for sale in Adams County WI
Twin Lakes is located in Rome TownshipofAdams County, Wisconsin which most likely was a bay on Lake Petenwell at one point until county Z cut it into 2 smaller lakes. Not much is really known about Twin Lakes it's about 60 acres of water and an unknown max depth and an unknown average depth. Right across the street about 1 city block down is Twin Lakes boat launch on Lake Petenwell. Now Twin Lake Development is kind of interesting because the Lakefront Lots get dock space on Petenwell Flowage. Twin Lakes Nature Preserve is located just north of the lakes right by Twin Lakes Boat Lauch on Lake Petenwell.
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.
Tri-Lakes WI is located in Rome Township, Adams County of Central Wisconsin south of Wisconsin Rapids. The Tri Lakes consist of Lake Arrowhead 350 acres of water and a max depth of 30 ft., Lake Camelot 445 acres of water, a max depth of 24 ft., 246 acres of water and a max depth of 27 ft. This area features Room to Roam Dog Park, Lake Arrowhead County Park, Shermalot Water Ski Show, The Pines Golf Course, The Lake Golf Course, Lake Camelot County Park, Fourteen Mile Creek, Spring Brook, Lake Sherwood County Park and more... Rome Township is loaded with ATV Routes, Snowmobile Trails and Public Lands!
Lake Petenwell is Wisconsin’s second largest body of water (23,000+ Acres), created by Wisconsin River Power Company in the 1940s by building a Hydroelectric Dam on the Wisconsin River. Lake Petenwell is also known as Petenwell flowage. It has plenty of fine waterfront real estate around Petenwell County Park which is one of Central Wisconsin’s most popular parks. Just south of the Petenwell Dam, is Castle Rock Lake, which is WI 4th largest lake. You can not boat from lake petenwell to castle rock lake. Theses two lakes, along with the Wisconsin, River separate Adams County & Juneau Cty. Today Lake Petenwell is one of Central Wisconsin biggest attractions along with Wisconsin Dells, which is only about 30 minutes directly south.
Leola Marsh Wildlife Area is located in Leola Township, Adams County of Central Wisconsin featuring Owens Rock which is a rock formation. LMWA has three location the main one at the is located at the intersection of County Road D & W, second location is just south on County Rd W and the third is located to the west at Apache Ave and 3rd Ave. Most of the area is accessible by road but there are two designated parking areas located on Cty WI and 3rd Ave. Leola Marsh Wildlife Area attracts hundreds if not thousands of Sand Hill Cranes every year. Big Roche-A-Cri Fishery Area is located just south and is also open to the public with Big Roche-A-Cri Creek class trout stream.
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!
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.
Adams County is Located in Central Wisconsin between Wisconsin Rapids and Wisconsin Dells consisting of 17 Townships featuring fishing lakes, trout streams, lots of public land, ATV routes, Snowmobile Trails and rock formations. This county is known for 3 types of industries; recreation tourism, farming (mostly corporate) and small businesses. State Highway 21 is the main artery for East & West and State Hwy 13 is the main artery for North & South travel.
"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).
Lake Camelot is located in Rome Township of Adams County, Central Wisconsin and is the largest of the Tri-lakes with a sand bottom, about 445 acres of water, a max depth of 24 ft. and an average depth of 9 ft. Fourteen Mile Creek flows into the lake on the east end, continuous to where Lake Camelot & Lake Sherwood meet on the west end where the dam is located then turn back into the creek and into Lake Arrowhead a short distance down. Spend a day at Lake Camelot County Park located on the south end near the middle of the lake.
The county park is call Lake Camelot County Park, it’s located on the western shoreline close to where the dam flows the water into Lake Sherwood and then back into Fourteen Mile creek. Camelot Lake has a nice variety of fish including Walleye, Largemouth Bass, Northern Pike and Panfish also check out the Wisconsin Wildlife around The Tri-Lakes. Not too far down stream is Wisconsin’s 2nd largest body of water; Lake Petenwell.
Lake Sherwood is located in Rome Township of Adams County, Central Wisconsin also known as Deer Lodge Lake because the Tri-Lakes Deer Lodge. Sherwood is the smallest of the Tri-lakes with about 246 acres of water and a max depth of 27 ft. and an average depth of 10 ft. It's fed by Spring Brook which flows into the lake from the northeast. You would think that Lake Sherwood would be the home of Shermalot Waterski show but that is on Lake Arrowhead.
The county park is call Lake Sherwood County Park, it’s located on the western shoreline close to where the dam flows the water into into Fourteen Mile Creek then into Lake Arrowhead. Sherwood has a nice variety of fish including Walleye, Largemouth Bass, Northern Pike and Panfish also check out the Wisconsin Wildlife around The Tri-Lakes. Not too far down stream is Wisconsin’s 2nd largest body of water; Lake Petenwell.
Lake Arrowhead is located in Rome Township of Adams County, Central Wisconsin it's also known as Manchester Lake (according to the official Wisconsin Lake Book by WI Department of Natural Resource) It is the second largest of the Tri-lakes with about 350 acres of water and a max depth of 30 ft. The Tri-lakes are all heavily subdivided and have covenants and some areas have association fees Lake Arrowhead is probably best known for it’s golf course, Lake Arrowhead County Park and Shermalot Water Ski Show. The Lake Arrowhead Golf Course consists of 2 courses; the original, “The Pines Course” & “The Lake Course” which has more water hazards. Both of these golf courses are 18 holes and have been recognized by Golf Digest as 2 of the better courses in the country including a 4.5 star rating on The Pines Course.
The county park is call Lake Arrowhead County Park, it’s located on the western shoreline close to where the dam flows the water back into Fourteen Mile Creek. Arrowhead Lake has a nice variety of fish including Walleye, Largemouth Bass, Northern Pike and Panfish also check out the Wisconsin Wildlife around The Tri-Lakes. Not too far down stream is Wisconsin’s 2nd largest body of water; Lake Petenwell.