27 acres of Forest Land with Maple Syrup operation located north of Moquah approx. 12 miles w of Ashland, WI off of County Rd G. Currently tapping 150 maple trees, this could be increased to many more. Land/trees are on hill side that slopes toward road so could be set up w/ sap lines - gravity feed or vacuum. Sugar shack and boiler included! Land has a flatter section near road and up on top where it abuts Chequamegon Nat'l Forest land. Also a few flatter areas in-between. In some cleared areas, you can see the Penokee Mtns/Hills to SE. Apple trees, wild blackberries, domestic and wild raspberries, small asparagus patch and some domestic and wild blueberries located on property. Plenty of wildlife lives on or occasional travel thru property. Many hiking trails throughout the 27 acres. Driveway in from front to very backside of property, some parts graveled. Many maintained trails throughout property. Small seasonal stream cuts thru part of property. Maple Syrup operation includes one 12' x 18' building, fire boiling arch (arch and pan are in picture section) with 8" chimney and includes a 2' wide x 5' long x 8" high Stainless Steel pan. This is the only building on site. One 4' W x 6' L elevated 10-12' H enclosed deer stand included, w/ long shooting lane and a great winter/spring view looking east towards Range Rd. Land is very near end of Moquah Ski Hill Rd, very little traffic or noise.
US Highway 2 to County Rd G to Moquah Ski Hill rd Sign on left
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