Monroe County, WI is located between La Crosse and Mauston in the west middle part of the state with the La Crosse River flowing through it. Monroe is known for cranberry farming, cows, lakes, wildlife, rock formations, Sparta 400 bike trail, parks, forests, canoeing, golfing, snowmobiling which also has Fort McCoy Military Base, Mill Bluff State Park, Elroy Sparta State Trail, Fort McCoy Barrens State Natural Area, Perch Lake, Angelo Pond, Big Sandy Lake plus a couple communities including; Tunnel City, Tomah, Cashton and Sparta. It's surrounded by 4 other Counties; Jackson, Juneau, Vernon and La Crosse. On this page you will find Real Estate that is Open to UTVing and ATVing. It includes properties that allow different types of All Terrain Vehicles like Quads, Three-Wheelers, Four-Wheelers, Six Wheelers, UTVs = Utility Task Vehicles (aka Side by Side), RTVs = Rough Terrain Vehicles, ROVs = Recreational Off Highway Vehicles, AATVs = Amphibious All-Terrain Vehicles. These properties are located in the county and are listed by real estate agents. You will also find Monroe County, Wisconsin GIS MAP Information!
These properties were selected from IDXWI.com using the search criteria "atv" in the remarks. Carefully read through the description for yourself once you are on the main page. Always check all state / local rules, regulations and always practice safety while riding.
Monroe County, WI - Riding Maps, Trails, Routes, Dates, Conditions & Clubs.
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Lake Arrowhead | ATV Route | Hunting Land | Private Getaway Invest in Central Wisconsin Land and own your own pine plantation! This heavily wooded acreage is close to...
Fully Wooded | Additional Land | Snowmobile Routes | Public Land Premium Parcel set far off the road for added privacy and seclusion. This fully wooded parcel is over...
Deeded Lake Access | Castle Rock Lake | Sandy Beach | Swimming pond | Picnic Pavilion | ATV Routes, Dining & Golf Course nearby | Boat slip | Walk to your boat slip at the water on Castle Rock (...)