Get away from the hustle and bustle in your life to this affordable lakefront parcel out in the country! Build on this wooded land that has 66' of shoreline on the backwaters of Friendship Lake! Boat, fish or waterski on these waters. The terrain may lend itself to a walkout basement. This is a country property but it's just a couple minutes from Friendship beach, Big Roche Cri State Park, and town with medical facilities, shopping & dining. In an area of abundant wildlife and only a short drive to larger lakes for big water action. ATV Route and snowmobile trails are nearby. More land available! About 35 minutes to Wisconsin Rapids or the Dells. Call for more information or to arrange a personal showing. But don't wait....call listing agent Billy Tyrcha directly on his cell phone at 608-474-2109 or call the office toll-free 1-888-696-8695.
Friendship Lake, Wisconsin
Friendship Lake is located in Adams County, Central Wisconsin just outside Friendship Village & City of Adams to the north. Itâs formed by both Little Roche-A-Cri Creek and Fordham Creek which are controlled by the Friendship Dam right next to the public beach and boat launch. Below the dam is Friendship Park where the water turns into a trout stream called Little Roche-A-Cri Creek that flows all the way into Wisconsinâs 4th largest body of water, Castle Rock Lake. The Park offers volleyball courts, picnic tables, grills, family pavilion, playground equipment including; swings, marry-go-round and slides. Itâs overlooked by Friendship Mound (privately owned) rising about 350 ft high and offering amazing 15+ mile views. Friendship Lake also offers fine fishing for Largemouth Bass, Northern Pike and a variety of Panfish plus waterskiing is allowed.
Friendship Park is in Friendship Village just below the Hydroelectric Dam that regulates the water levels for Friendship Lake which is fed by both Fordham Creek and Little Roche A Cri Creek. After the hydro dam is a small pooling area the water is held before is turns back into Little Roche-A-Cri Creek trout stream. Thereâs a newer arched walking bridge that suspends over the creek giving access from one side of Friendship Park to the other just north of the winter sledding hill. On this side of the park you will find a small wildlife pond used mostly by Birds, Frogs and Turtles. wildlife pond on this side of the park used by the local mostly birds, frogs and turtles. It features sand volleyball courts, barbeque grills, a large picnic pavilion for outdoor parties which you can get reserve and plenty of playground equipment for the kids like swings, slides and a merry-go-round. So if you want to spend a nice quiet day with the family trout fishing, picnicing and playing a little sand volleyball or pushing your son or daughter on the merry go round, put Friendship Park on your agenda.
Roche-A-Cri State Park
Welcome to the home of Turkey Vultures, Whitetail, Squirrels, Red Fox and many other Wisconsin Wildlife residents. Roche-A-Cri State Park established in 1948 is 605 acres of woods and has many different recreational activities from sight-seeing to hiking 303 steps up Roche-A-Cri Mound. Several rest areas offer different settings where you can enjoy a nice picnic. There are 45 rustic campsites available and the park even offers campfire wood for your convenience. If you wish to climb the hill, there is a 300 foot stairway that includes resting places along the way. During your journey, you will find areas that tell the history of the hill. At the top is a platform that will allow you to see 10 different counties, many fine fishing lakes, Friendship Mound, and plenty of other unique places for discovery. Like to fish? Carter Creek runs right through the park, giving you the true essence of what Central Wisconsin has to offer. Nearby lakes and streams include: Big Roche-A-Cri Lake, Wisconsin River, Friendship Lake, Petenwell & Castle Rock flowage, and many others. Roche-A-Cri State Park is an enjoyable place to bring your family.
Roche-A-Cri Mound is part of Roche-A-Cri State Park and is the steepest hill in the State of Wisconsin according to the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (WI DNR). This Adams County Mound was formed by ice and water from the diminishing glaciers of Old Lake Wisconsin during the last Ice Age. Ancient Native American rock art known as glyphs, petroglyphs, pictographs and hieroglyphs of where found at the base of Roche-A-Cri Mound as early as the mid 1800's. Like any natural and man-made attraction both the natural elements (erosion, water and wind) and accidental damage from visitors takes its toll over time. Because of the concern of climbers' safety back in the 1970's the mound became off limits to visitors. So, to utilize this natural attraction the State of Wisconsin in the early to mid 1990's added a stairway of 303 steps from the basis of the mound all the way to the flat top on the north edge where an observation deck was placed offering a great view of the area. From this view point, you can see for miles and observe several other Wisconsin Rock Formations in the area including Rabbit Rock, Minnie Rock, Ship Rock, Cottonville Rock, Dorro Couche Mound (aka Dyracuse Mound), Necedah Mound and Petenwell Rock. There are large panoramic information plaques to help you identify what you are looking at in the Adams County area.
City of Adams
Adams, Wisconsin is located in the Township of Adams in Adams County on State Highway 13 right between Wisconsin Rapids and Wisconsin Dells. Itâs considered a city and it has the area high school, middle little school, elementary school, banks, corporate sector, railroad, flea market, and farming infrastructure for the area. Along Main Street there are a variety of small businesses and also some larger chain stores plus local Shopping District, School Systems, Government Offices, DNR Post, Banks, shopping complex, and the Industrial Park for the whole area as well as some residential communities. Just south of the City of Adams is County Road F that leads to Castle Rock Lake, Wisconsinâs 4th largest inland body of water. It is one of the major attractions for the Adams area.
Village of Friendship
Friendship, Wisconsin is located near the Township of Adams in Adams County on State Highway 13 right between Wisconsin Rapids and Wisconsin Dells. Itâs considered a village. It features the area hospital, airport, swimming beach, county seat and Friendship mound that overlooks the village plus offers the local Airport, Hospital, Sandy Beach for Swimming, Sledding hill at the Park and the Golf Course. Just north of town is Friendship Lake, Friendship Park, Friendship Mound and Roche-A-Cri State Park featuring Roche-A-Cri Mound, the steepest in the state that has 303 steps to the top. Once at the top, there is a platform that gives you a view of the whole surrounding area. There are several mid to large fishing lakes within 15 minutes including, Friendship Lake, Arkdale Lake, Big Roche-A-Cri Lake, Easton Lake, Patrick Lake, Lake Camelot, Twin Lake, Lake Arrowhead, Lake Sherwood, Castle Rock Lake ( 4th Largest Lake in Wisconsin ) and Lake Petenwell, Wisconsinâs 2nd largest inland lake.
The Town of Preston has the only State Park in Adams County, Wisconsin; Roche-A-Cri State Park. The park features Roche-A-Cri Mound which has 303 steps all the way to the top with a lookout platform facing the north with views also to both east and west where you can see the hills of Coloma and all the way to the Wisconsin River Valley. Little Roche-A-Cri Creek flows through the state park and eventually feeds into Castle Rock Lake, WI. You can see dozens of Turkey Vultures circling the mound on any given day. Directly to the South is Friendship Mound which overlooks both Friendship Lake and Friendship Park. Preston has been added to the Monroe Prairie ATV Route system and is also home to Big Roche-A-Cri Lake which is about 200 acres of ski able water formed by Big Roche-A-Cri Creek trout stream.
Adams County, WI.
Part of the Central Sand located between Wisconsin Dells and Wisconsin Rapids with the Wisconsin River creating the western border of the county also forming both Castle Rock Lake and Lake Petenwell. There is a mix of farmland and recreation areas with a mix of Full time residential homes and vacation getaway cabins. You can find lakes, creeks, trout streams, public land, parks, ATV routes, snowmobile trails, rock formations, whitetail deer, wild turkey, bald eagles, even some wolves and black bears.
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