Muskesin Lake

Wisconsin

2Listings$80K-$85K$165KTotal Value
Muskesin Lake, Wisconsin

Located in Wisconsin, Muskesin Lake real estate is a limited supply market in the state for lake homes and lake lots.

    • Ownership
      Public
    • Counties: Vilas County
    Airports
    About Muskesin Lake
    Located in Vilas County, Wisconsin

    You can find this beautiful 107-acre lake in the forests of northern Wisconsin. Located four hours east of Minneapolis, Minnesota, and four hours and 15 minutes from Milwaukee, this remote lake offers rest from the hustle and bustle of city life.

    Small but Mighty

    Panfish are commonly caught in this lake, with musky, largemouth bass, and smallmouth bass also making appearances. Remember to check the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources’ Fishing Regulations before you grab your bait and tackle and hit the lake for a day of serenity.

    This sandy lake reaches a maximum depth of 22 feet, allowing for most boating and water activities. Motor trolling is allowed with one hook, bait, or lure per angler, and three hooks, baits, or lures maximum per boat.

    Down the Road

    Conveniently located near WI-47, Muskesin is only nine minutes from Lac Du Flambeau. The town’s motto is “A place to truly rest your spirit,” welcoming vacationers to their town for peace and quiet.

    Whether you love summer activities like fishing, boating, swimming, or water skiing, winter sports like snowmobiling, or hiking through the brilliant colors of autumn leaves, you can find the perfect place to spend your vacation in Lac Du Flambeau. You can find the world's largest sturgeon to be speared in the local museum, weighing in at 195 pounds and 7 feet and 1 inch.

    For those who enjoy the amenities of town life but still want to be in the beautiful forests of Wisconsin, check out the Lac Du Flambeau Tribal Campground, only a four-minute drive from the lake. Other accommodations and restaurants include the Lake of Torches Resort and Casino with The Eagle’s Nest buffet inside, Dillman’s Bay Resort, and American restaurant The New Flame.

    If you are bringing your family along, be sure to check out the Ojibwe Museum and Cultural Center or Waswagoning Indian Village for an educational adventure!

    Airports and Hospitals

    The nearest private airport is the Lakeland Airport in Minocqua, a 30-minute drive from the lake, and the nearest domestic airport is found 40 minutes away at Park Falls Municipal Airport.

    The nearest hospitals to help you with all of your medical needs are Aspirus Eagle River Hospital, an hour's drive from the lake, and Marshall Medical Center in Park Falls, 39 minutes away.

    A Place to Rest and Learn

    With educational activities, all ages can enjoy and a wealth of outdoor activities for keen anglers, snowmobilers, waterskiers, and hikers, Muskesin Lake offers the perfect balance of wilderness and town amenities.