Text Box: The Island on Trout Lake

The island on Trout Lake is a lovingly cared for 7 acre pristine oasis consisting of nearly a

half mile of sugar sand and sand/gravel beach.

The island is all high ground with gently rolling topography and is nicely wooded with mature growth pines and hardwoods.

An adorable nicely maintained cottage rests on the western end of the island and a restorable two stall boathouse sits at the shoreline of a small protected cove also at the west end of the island.

Also included in the sale is a 100 foot mainland access lot with southern exposure and sand beach located on Bardon Road and is only about a half mile by boat from the island.

 

The Island

Trout Lake ( Often referred to as “the jewel of northern Wisconsin”) is 3816 acres of some of the clearest water in northern Wisconsin. 

Boasting nearly 18 miles of shoreline, Trout Lake is one of the largest lakes in northern

Wisconsin. 

So why is Trout Lake so coveted?. Over 15 miles of this magnificent lake’s shoreline is state owned, and, that state owned shoreline is part of the more than 220,000 acre Northern Highland American Legion State Forest.

With only 15 percent of the shoreline being privately held, this lake rarely gets “busy” like some of the other lakes and chains of lakes in the immediate area.

 

 

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