Mountain Fire Tower
Start the 132 step journey to the top. The Mountain Fire Lookout Tower was built in 1935 by the US Forest Service and Civilian Conservation Corp. It was once a part of an extensive Lookout Tower network in the former Nicolet National Forest. The Mountain Fire Lookout Tower was the first tower in Wisconsin to be placed on the National Historical Lookout Registry and the National Register of Historical Places.
Cathedral Pines is about 15 miles from the ranch. It is the oldest stand of pines in Wisconsin. The night of the storm on July 19th, 2019 one tree fell, (I’m sure there were more with less notariaty) that took out 9 cars. The trees are over 200 years old.
Chute Pond Recreational Area is home to a variety of fun activities including kayaking, boating, fishing, swimming area, jumping rocks, slippery rock, hiking trails, water crossing for the horses. Check it out!