Big Dummy Lake - Lakeland


Big Dummy Lake - Lakeland, Wisconsin

Big Dummy Lake - Lakeland real estate is a tight inventory market for lake homes and land in Wisconsin.

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      About Big Dummy Lake - Lakeland
      Close to Town

      Located in Barron County, Big Dummy Lake is only five miles away from the town of Cumberland, Wisconsin. The Cumberland Memorial Hospital is five miles away, and the Minneapolis - St. Paul International Airport is 98 miles away.

      Residents looking to head into town can visit the Cedar Mall at Rice Lake and a variety of local restaurants, such as the Baronett Bar and Grill.

      Small Wonder

      Spanning only 114 acres, Big Dummy Lake has a private, exclusive atmosphere. There is plenty for residents to enjoy on Big Dummy Lake. Those looking to cruise in their boat will love it here, and those looking to fish will love the local populations of bass and pike.

      What's Nearby?

      The nearby Grassy Lake Wildlife Area is the perfect place for nature enthusiasts. This 380-acre preserve offers visitors opportunities for birdwatching, hiking, hunting and trapping, or plant gathering.

      Are you looking to spend some time on the links? Then you're in luck, as the Cumberland Golf Course is close by. This public course offers 18 beautiful holes of golf to play.

      Visit Minneapolis

      Minneapolis offers many attractions, such as the Minneapolis Institute of Art! Travel through 4,000 years of world history as you view more than 80,000 works of sculpture, photography, paintings, drawings, and prints.

      The Mall of America offers great shopping and hosts over 40 million people annually. Nickelodeon Universe is an incredibly family-friendly amusement park in the mall and is split into two indoor amusement parks.

      Another local favorite is the Minneapolis Sculpture Garden. One of the crown jewels of the city’s park system, the garden is a top destination for tourists to enjoy art like the iconic Spoonbridge and Cherry.

      For outdoor recreation and scenic nature, check out Minnehaha Park. This is the oldest park in Minneapolis and boasts 193 acres, numerous scenic trails, limestone bluffs, a 53-foot waterfall, picnic pavilions, bike rentals, and an off-leash dog park.

      After a long day of exploring the city, grab a bite to eat at one of the world-famous restaurants! Some local favorites include Spitz, Red Cow North Loop, Alma, and the Hen House Eatery.

      Calm and Relaxing

      Those looking for a place to relax will love living on Big Dummy Lake.