Bass Lake - Chetek


Bass Lake - Chetek, Wisconsin

The Bass Lake - Chetek real estate market is a limited supply marketplace for lake property in Wisconsin.

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      About Bass Lake - Chetek
      Located in Barron County, Wisconsin

      Bass Lake is located in Chetek, Wisconsin. The nearest metropolitan city is Eau Claire, approximately 42 miles away.

      The closest airport is the Rice Lake Regional Airport which is 16 miles away. The nearest hospital is the Marshfield Medical Center-Rice Lake which is 22 miles away.

      Life on the Water

      The lake is a sizable 118 acres meaning that boating, swimming, fishing, and other water-based activities are easily accessible.

      Most properties on the lake have docks for your watercraft, and there is also a public boat landing. Fishing fanatics will be happy to know that they can catch good game such as panfish, largemouth bass, and northern pike.

      What's Nearby?

      Most of the eateries are located in the nearby Chetek, with many great, unique, and affordable locations.

      In terms of originals, you have a great selection, such as Red’s Bar and Grill, Mary’s Cafe & Pub, Norm’s Open Kitchen Restaurant, and Chetek Cafe and Meat Shop. Although, if you would like to cook for yourself, KJ’s Fresh Market will have you covered.

      The area around the lake and the city of Chetek both have a variety of attractions to choose from. Most noticeable is Chetek Lanes Event Center & Pizzeria, where you can have a pizza party while they bowl.

      There is also the Chetek Area Museum, where you can learn about the town’s local history. If you are more interested in camping, then look no further than the Chetek River Campground, which offers plenty of room for RVs.

      For more fun, you can’t go wrong with Southworth Memorial Lake, which is practically on the lake’s edge.

      Visit Eau Claire

      Eau Claire is a great option for a day of a weekend trip, offering an array of activities and shopping and dining experiences.

      If you want to brush up on your logging trivia, visit the Bunyan Logging Camp, a whimsical living museum that brings the world of 1890s logging to life! Afterward, if you are looking for more ways to travel back in time, visit the Chippewa Valley Railroad, a historic 1880 mini steam locomotive. The train offers rides around the park, and the conductors are even dressed in 1880s style!

      If you are a fan of Victorian architecture, tour the Ager House, the home of the writer Waldemar Ager. The house was recently restored to its 1900s glory and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

      If all this touring has made you thirsty, check out the many breweries and wineries in Eau Claire. The Brewing Projekt and Infinity Beverages Winery & Distillery are popular options, and the Eau Claire Brew Hop even offers tours of the city’s best beverages!

      For coffee and bakery lovers, The Living Room Coffee House and Acoustic Cafe are quality options.

      Why Bass Lake?

      Bass Lake is located in the great state of Wisconsin, with beautiful nature and polite communities.