The North Station
North Station is located in the Chequamegon National Forest within one mile of the village of Clam Lake and is less than ½ mile from the headwaters of the Chippewa Flowage.
Wildlife in the national forest is plentiful with fox, loons, black bear, white tailed deer and eagles ever present to the sharp eye. The Rocky Mountain Elk Release Foundation has placed over 100 of the majestic animals in the forest. Groups of elk now roam the woods around rustic Clam Lake and can often be seen by the patient observer.
Dozens of national forest boat landings, ATV and snowmobile trails await out-door recreation enthusiasts. Wildlife and nature surround the property making seasonal hunting and fishing easily accessible. Silent sport participants can enjoy scenic single-track biking, cross country skiing, canoeing & kayaking without getting in the car. For those who enjoy a round of golf several championship courses are within ½ hour of the cabin.
Quaint mid-western travel destinations such as Cable, Hayward, Ashland, Bayfield, Park Falls & Rhinelander make a perfect day trip to annual festivals, art fairs and events.
If peace, solitude and privacy is more your style, just make use of the cabin conveniences and enjoy your meal in the comfort of the cabin’s inviting, comfortable north woods ambiance. The property is covered in majestic pine and features a fire-pit for your enjoyment.
Any season of the year is an ideal time to take in the breathtakingly beautiful sights of the national forest. Blue lakes, golden leaves or snow covered white pine all await you. Have a wonderful time in the remote north woods of Wisconsin.
Directions : The North Station is located 7/10th of a mile southwest of Clam Lake. Take Hwy 77 to National Forest Road 336 just north of the Chippewa River. Follow the forest service road for two blocks and the North Station sign on the left will welcome you to your escape.
North Station Property
FR# 60259 Mathey Road – National Forest Service Road 336
Clam Lake, Wisconsin 54517