Class Trout Stream – Brown & Brook Trout Fishing
Big Roche-A-Cri Creek – Main Page: http://www.thelandman.net/big-roche-a-cri-creek.html
Follow the Flow of Big Roche-A-Cri Creek!
Plainfield Township – The creek starts with 2 small branches just west of I-39 / 51 southwest of Plainfield, WI. then join together about 1 mile down. There is plenty of Wisconsin DNR public land along the creek.
Leola Township – As the creek enters Adams County from Waushara and becomes part of Big Roche a Cri Fishery Area which is open to the public and then continues flowing southwest.
Colburn Township – It enters the farthest most northwest tip of this township for only about a ¼ mile.
Big Flats Township – The creek keeps getting larger and flows a little faster the farther southwest it goes. It passes Trout Valley which is a one square mile development featuring Big Roche-A-Cri Creek.
Preston Township – Then it cuts diagonally across the township and forms Big Roche-A-Cri Lake which is a 200+ acre all sports lake. After the water leaves the lake via a small hydro dam it turns into a trout stream.
Strongs Prairie Township – Big Roche-A-Cri Creek then forms Arkdale Lake which is a small 50 acre body of water controlled by a regular dam then it winds down passed Crystal Brook Woods about 1 mile between in joins with Castle Rock Lake.
Big Roche-A-Cri Creek
Adams County, Central Wisconsin – Dellwood WI
Quincy Township Main Page – http://www.adams-wi.com/quincy-township-wi.html
Quincy Township is located in Adams County, Central Wisconsin and is home to Castle Rock County Park on Wisconsin’s 4th largest body of water; Castle Rock Lake. Castle Rock Hydro Dam helps regulate the water levels of the lake and provides a nice recreational area for fishermen. After the dam it turns back into the Wisconsin River System that flows south to Wisconsin Dells. Parts of the Township are heavily subdivided mostly for vacation homes. Dellwood is one of the largest and oldest subdivisions in Quincy. Here’s where several of the area creeks feed into Castle Rock Lake; Little Roche-A-Cri Creek, Klein Creek, Duck Creek and White Creek. Quincy Township doesn’t have much for lakes but there is Silver lake about 7 acres and two large unnamed lakes by Quincy Bluffs Wetlands Area. There are also 2 rock formations including Lone Rock and Quincy Bluff.
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Adams County, Central Wisconsin – Arkdale & Dellwood WI
Strongs Prairie Township Main Page – http://www.adams-wi.com/strongs-prairie-township-wi.html
Strongs Prairie Township is located in Adams County, Central Wisconsin which borders plenty of frontage on Castle Rock Lake and Lake Petenwell along the West side. ATV Routes and Snowmobile Trails connect to the trail system in the Monroe Township to the North and this area offers plenty of public access land and several great launches on both lakes. And Strongs Prairie is home to the Castle Rock Horseback Riding Trails which consists of about 50 miles of roads and path through the woods.
Dead Horse Creek joins Big Roche-A-Cri Creek which flows into Arkdale Lake created by a small dam then moves on past Crystal Brook Woods just north of Northern Bay and then ends up in Castle Rock Lake. Also on the southeast corner Carter Creek joins with Little Roche-A-Cri Creek which ends up flowing into Castle Rock Lake part of the Wisconsin Flowage System. A good portion of the west side along the lakes and the section of the Wisconsin River is public land owned by Wisconsin River Power Company.
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Strongs Prairie Township
By Quincy Bluff and Wetlands Natural Area
Main Page – http://www.thelandman.net/1771077-281.html
Wisconsin Camping Acreage for Sale – The driveway is already in, so bring your camper to this pine forest that is loaded with deer & turkey that roam this whole area! Enjoy a big backyard with the nearby Quincy Bluff Wetlands Natural Area is just a short walk away and that is open to the public! Bring the boat & the gear for all the water sports you love. The Wisconsin River, Castle Rock Lake and the County Park are just minutes from this wooded building site! Relax and enjoy the sounds of nature or visit nearby Wisconsin Dells for lots of fun, food & unique entertainment! Awesome all-season get-away acreage that won’t last long.
Wisconsin Camping Acreage for Sale
Adams County in Strongs Prairie Township Central Wisconsin
Main Page – http://www.thelandman.net/arkdale-wi.html
Arkdale, WI is located in Strongs Prairie Township, Adams County on State Highway 21 between Tomah and Wautoma. It’s between I-90/I-94 & I-39/51 interstates. Arkdale is an unincorporated town with about 150 people. There is a post office, bar / grill, church, fire station and park with Arkdale Lake as the towns highlight. The Arkdale area is known for its farm fields, a recreational area and vacationers. Arkdale Lake is surrounded by a subdivision called Arkdale Shores which consists of both full time and part time vacation homes. State Hwy 21 cuts through Arkdale and continues west between Lake Petenwell to the north, “Wisconsin’s 2nd largest inland body of water” and Castle Rock Lake to the south. “WI’s 4th largest inland body of water.
Nearby Villages, Towns and Cities
- Grand Marsh
- Lyndon Station
- New Lisbon
- Wisconsin Dells
- Wisconsin Rapids
Nearby Wisconsin Public Land
- Van Kuren Trails by Lake Petenwell
- Roche-A-Cri State Park featuring Roche-A-Cri Mound
- Buckhorn State Park
- Necedah Wildlife Refuge
- Yellow River Oxbows State Natural Area
- Yellow River State Wildlife Area
- Meadow Valley Barrens State Natural Area
- Petenwell County Park
- Castle Rock County Park
- Cranberry Creek Mound Group Natural Area
- Colburn State Wildlife Area
Adams County in Strongs Prairie & Quincy Townships
Main Page – http://www.thelandman.net/dellwood-wi.html
Dellwood WI is located in Strongs Prairie Township north of County Road J but the Dellwood subdivision & developments area located south of Cty J in Quincy Township on Castle Rock Lake. Home to Northern Bay Golf Resort & Marina…
ABOUT: “Dellwood Subdivision” is right by Castle Rock Lake with some waterfront and deeded access lots located in Quincy Township of Adams County in Wisconsin. This LARGE Adams County Real Estate Development has lot sizes mostly under ½ acres. Dellwood is just North Adams County Park and South of Northern Bay Golf Course. Because Dellwood is an older subdivision there wasn’t much for protective covenants allowing everything from camping, single wide mobile homes, cabin, A-Frames, residential homes and half a million dollar lakefront log homes. Many of the lots are too small for today’s standards to build on, so you normally need 2 to 3 lots to build. Strongs Prairie Township also features 50 miles of horseback riding trails and thousands of acres of public land owned by Wisconsin River Power Company who built Castle Rock Flowage back in the 1940’s.
The Dellwood 1st Addition
The Dellwood 2nd Addition
The Dellwood 3rd Addition
The Dellwood 4th Addition
The Dellwood 5th Addition
Little Roche-A-Cri Addition to Dellwood
White Pines Addition to Dellwood
Area Lakes, Rivers, Creeks and Trout Streams
- Castle Rock Lake
- Lake Petenwell
- Arkdale Lake
- Little Roche-A-Cri Creek
- Carter Creek
- Dead Horse Creek
- Big Roche-A-Cri Creek
- Wisconsin River
- Silver Lake
- Klein Creek
- Duck Creek
- White Creek
Public Land & Features for the Area
- Hwy 21 Boat Launch – Wisconsin River
- Petenwell Hydro Dam
- Castle Rock Horse Trails
- Lots of Land open to the Public owned by Wisconsin River Power Company
- Quincy Bluff and Wetlands Natural Area
- Castle Rock County Park
The Dells Area Info – Lakes, Public Land, Photos, Real Estate
Main Page – http://www.thelandman.net/wisconsin-dells.html
Wisconsin Dells, WI 53965 is located in both Sauk and Columbia Counties right on the Wisconsin River just south of Juneau & Adams County. The Wisconsin Dells post office delivers mail to all 4 counties; Adams, Juneau, Columbia and Sauk. This area features Castle Rock Lake, Wisconsin River, Lake Delton, Campgrounds, Waterparks, Public Land, Trout Streams, Rock Formations, Golf Courses, Shopping, Attractions, Restaurants, Outdoor Adventures, Wildlife, Area Snowmobile Trails, ATV Routes, Zoo and much more… With 4 million annual visitors it’s one of the Midwest most popular tourist areas with visitors’ from all over the world but mostly from Chicago, St Paul, Milwaukee, Madison, Rockford and Green Bay to name a few cities.
The Dells Quick Facts
- Columbia County & Sauk County on the Wisconsin River
- Area: 19 sq. miles
- General Size of City – Around 2,600 people but gets about 4 million visitors per year!
- Main Area Lakes – Castle Rock Lake, Lake Delton, Mason Lake, Wisconsin River and Lake Blass
- Area Features: Schools, Post Office, Banks, Shopping, Churches, Bars, Cafes, Gas Stations, Snowmobiling, Campgrounds, Water Parks, Gift Shops, Health Care, Interstate Access, Public Land,
- Known as the Waterpark Capital of the World
- Has about 20 Indoor/Outdoor waterparks & 20 campgrounds.
- Has 2 visitor centers: 701 Superior Street and is open from 9am to 5pm 7 days a week, 31 Meadowview Drive and is open Saturday-Thursday 9am to 5pm and Friday from 10am to 6pm.
- Area Terrain – Mostly Wooded, Rolling Terrain, Wisconsin River Basin, Rock Formations, Sand, Sandstone, some Farm Fields…
- Area Code – 608
- Zip Code – 53965
- State Highway 12, 23 & 16
- County Road – H
- Interstate – I-90/94
- School District – Wisconsin Dells
- Classified as a City
- History – Founded in in 1857 as Kilbourn by Byron Kilbourn but was changed to Wisconsin Dells in 1931
What does Buckhorn State Park and Wildlife Areas have to offer?
Main Page – http://www.thelandman.net/buckhorn-state-park-wi.html
Buckhorn State Park WI is located in Germantown Township of Juneau County, Central Wisconsin on both Castle Rock Lake and the Yellow River. The park consists of about 6,000 acres of outdoor haven offering a little bit for everyone including the local Wisconsin Wildlife. There’s lot of outdoor photography opportunities and nature experiences to have if its camping, hiking, canoeing, kayaking, hunting, trapping, boating, swimming, fishing, backpacking, picnicking or just sitting back and watching the natural world go by. The state park includes miles of frontage and several boat launches offering tons of water activities on the Yellow River and Castle Rock Lake part of the Wisconsin Flowage system. Castle Rock is WI’s 4th largest inland body of water and is a manmade lake controlled by a hydro dam (creating hydroelectricity) to the South where the water turns back into the Wisconsin River.
Buckhorn State Park Camping:
There are a total of 53 campsites, 42 backpack / cart-in sites, about 3 drive in sites, 3 Group sizes up to 40 people and 1 handicap accessible campsite. This state park has a unique cart-in campsite giving you that true rustic camping feeling plus some camping areas are open year round for you snow enthusiast.
Buckhorn State Park Wisconsin
Buckhorn Wildlife Area, Barrens and Park
Main Page – http://www.thelandman.net/buckhorn-state-park-wi-office-entrance.html
Wisconsin Buckhorn State Park Office – is located in Germantown Township of Juneau County, Central Wisconsin on both Castle Rock Lake and the Yellow River. The park consists of about 6,000 acres of outdoor haven offering a little bit for everyone including the local Wisconsin Wildlife. There’s lot of outdoor photography opportunities and nature experiences to have if its camping, hiking, canoeing, kayaking, hunting, trapping, boating, swimming, fishing, backpacking, picnicking or just sitting back and watching the natural world go by. The state park includes miles of frontage and several boat launches offering tons of water activities on the Yellow River and Castle Rock Lake part of the Wisconsin Flowage system. Castle Rock is WI’s 4th largest inland body of water and is a manmade lake controlled by a hydro dam (creating hydroelectricity) to the South where the water turns back into the Wisconsin River.
The Buckhorn State Park Office offers area information, park maps, campsites, canoe and kayak rentals plus a kids learning area.
Buckhorn State Park Contact Info
W8450 Buckhorn Park Ave.
Necedah WI 54646-7338
Phone (608) 565-2789
Wisconsin Buckhorn State Park Office
Sandy Swimming Beach on Castle Rock Lake
Main Page – http://www.thelandman.net/buckhorn-state-park-wi-beach-area.html
Buckhorn State Park Wisconsin Beach – is located in Germantown Township of Juneau County, Central Wisconsin on both Castle Rock Lake and the Yellow River. The park consists of about 6,000 acres of outdoor haven offering a little bit for everyone including the local Wisconsin Wildlife. Castle Rock is WI’s 4th largest inland body of water and is a manmade lake controlled by a hydro dam (creating hydroelectricity) to the South where the water turns back into the Wisconsin River.
The Beach Area is one of the main hotspots for Buckhorn State Park which has plenty to offer:
- Sandy Swimming Beach on Castle Rock Lake
- Fishing Pier
- Sand Volleyball Courts
- Restrooms with Rinsing Showers
- Playground Equipment
- Picnic Tables
- Pavilion with more Picnic Tables
- Boat Launch
- Large Parking Lot
- Canoe Rentals
- Kayak Rentals
- Horseshoe Pits
- Backpack Campsites
- Cold Water
- Host Site
Buckhorn State Park Wisconsin Beach