Property Description (SOLD)-Affordable, diverse recreation, surrounded by beautiful Driftless hill country. Three reasons why this 74 acres in Richland County is one to check out. The property lies in the broad Pine River bottoms, which are marsh and wooded wetland. There is some higher ground near the entrance planted in rows of pines where you could put a primitive camp site out of floodplain. For a more convenient camping choice, the highly rated Fireside Campground is less than 2 miles south. Pine River Trail passes through the property north to south, giving you direct access to hike or bike the 14-mile trail between Lone Rock and Richland Center. Even though you are buying 74 acres you can access much more. A few hundred acres of public access lands boarder this property. Those lands are private but have a DNR easement allowing hunting access. Richland County is known for its trophy deer hunting, strong deer numbers and a season that’s almost 5 months long. A food plot or two on this piece would improve hunting opportunities by holding deer in the river bottom security cover longer, as they head out to nearby fields. Winding through the west side of the property is the Pine River. Hop in a kayak or canoe and paddle to the Wisconsin River less than two miles to the south. The Lower Wisconsin River is a major draw for outdoor enthusiasts. Popular for its camping, paddling, hunting, and angling. The main channel has dozens of fish species including smallmouth, walleye, northern pike, catfish and panfish. Several rental and shuttle services are available in the area to take you to the best spots on the river. Whether you like fishing, hunting or just want to get outdoors, this area has something for everyone.