Central Wisconsin Hunting Land for Sale - 184 Properties (2024)

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9 days

$650,00039 acresShawano County3 bd, 2 ba • 1,839 sq ft

Shiocton, WI 54170

9 days

$464,00012.5 acresWood County3 bd, 3 ba • 1,862 sq ft

Wisconsin Rapids, WI 54494

17 days

$20k drop • Apr 18

$319,90042 acresJuneau County2 bd, 1 ba • 980 sq ft

New Lisbon, WI 53950

34 days ago

$325,00065 acresMonroe County

Sparta, WI 54656

53 days ago

$170,00042 acresWaushara County

Berlin, WI 54923

2 days

$165,00033 acresWood County

Wisconsin Rapids, WI 54494

49 days ago

$1,350,000120 acresMonroe County3 bd, 2 ba • 1,559 sq ft

Cashton, WI 54619

2 months ago

$389,90080 acresJackson County

Black River Falls, WI 54615

$10.1k drop • Mar 5

$229,90041 acresJuneau County

Camp Douglas, WI 54618

57 days ago

$160,00040 acresClark County

Neillsville, WI 54456

7 days

$699,90029 acresWaushara County3 bd, 4 ba • 3,518 sq ft

Wild Rose, WI 54984

10 days

$380,00040 acresShawano County3 bd, 2 ba • 1,445 sq ft

Bowler, WI 54416

10 days

$499,00011 acresLanglade County2 bd, 1 ba • 1,040 sq ft

Pearson, WI 54462

14 days

$850,00035 acresShawano County4 bd, 2 ba • 2,459 sq ft

Gresham, WI 54128

20 days

$438,000113 acresTaylor County2 bd, 1,345 sq ft

Rib Lake, WI 54470

57 days ago

$199,90080 acresClark County

Neillsville, WI 54456

2 days

$275,00040 acresLanglade County

Bryant, WI 54418

34 days ago

$969,90040 acresEau Claire County4 bd, 2 ba • 3,672 sq ft

Augusta, WI 54722

$10k drop • Apr 1

$205,00040 acresWood County

Rudolph, WI 54475

$55k drop • Apr 25

$1,695,000120 acresMarquette County4 bd, 3 ba • 3,876 sq ft

Neshkoro, WI 54960

3 months ago

$314,90020 acresWaupaca County3 bd, 2 ba • 1,600 sq ft

Weyauwega, WI 54983

9 days

$150,00040 acresAdams County

Friendship, WI 53934

37 days ago

$524,90013.6 acresWinnebago County4 bd, 2 ba • 2,360 sq ft

Fremont, WI 54940

38 days ago

$119,7405.3 acresWaupaca County

Clintonville, WI 54929

14 days

$544,900118 acresChippewa County1 bd, 1 ba • 800 sq ft

Sheldon, WI 54766

20 days

$439,00017 acresWaupaca County3 bd, 1 ba • 3,000 sq ft

Marion, WI 54950

23 days

$440,00015 acresWaushara County2 bd, 2 ba • 1,782 sq ft

Wild Rose, WI 54984

57 days ago

$650,000162 acresJuneau County

New Lisbon, WI 53950

57 days ago

$309,00073 acresJuneau County

New Lisbon, WI 53950

34 days ago

$750,00080 acresLincoln County4 bd, 3 ba • 2,818 sq ft

Merrill, WI 54452

35 days ago

$359,90064 acresRusk County3 bd, 3 ba • 1,665 sq ft

Ladysmith, WI 54848

35 days ago

$54,9885 acresJuneau County

New Lisbon, WI 53950

9 days

$574,9005.5 acresChippewa County4 bd, 2 ba • 2,317 sq ft

Cadott, WI 54727

45 days ago

$576,000240 acresRusk County

Sheldon, WI 54766

$10k drop • Mar 19

$239,00084.5 acresJackson County— sq ft

Warrens, WI 54666

3 months ago

$779,900160 acresClark County1 bd, 1 ba • — sq ft

Granton, WI 54436

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$825,000128 acresChippewa County2 bd, 3 ba • 2,016 sq ft

Cornell, WI 54732

pending

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$495,00043.6 acresWaupaca County3 bd, 2 ba • 2,100 sq ft

Fremont, WI 54940

$10k drop • Apr 25

$64,9005.17 acresRusk County

Weyerhaeuser, WI 54895

51 days ago

$375,00030 acresChippewa County1 bd, 1 ba • 1,520 sq ft

Holcombe, WI 54745

51 days ago

$499,99925 acresMarathon County4 bd, 4 ba • 3,293 sq ft

Merrill, WI 54452

51 days ago

$329,90036 acresWood County3 bd, 1 ba • 1,196 sq ft

Port Edwards, WI 54469

$2k drop • Apr 19

$198,00044 acresShawano County

Bowler, WI 54416

$59.1k drop • Feb 19

$439,900291 acresLanglade County

Gleason, WI 54435

34 days ago

$549,9006 acresMarathon County3 bd, 4 ba • 2,839 sq ft

Kronenwetter, WI 54455

35 days ago

$54,9885 acresJuneau County

New Lisbon, WI 53950

$29.1k drop • Feb 19

$349,900210 acresLanglade County

Gleason, WI 54435

5 months ago

$250,00040 acresWood County

Babco*ck, WI 54413

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Buying hunting land in Central Wisconsin

Find hunting land for sale in Central Wisconsin including deer and duck hunting property, small hunting cabins, large hunting ranches, and cheap deer hunting camps.

The 184 matching properties for sale in Central Wisconsin have an average listing price of $432,468 and price per acre of $6,159. For more nearby real estate, explore land for sale in Central Wisconsin.

Hunting land for sale in Central Wisconsin

Acreage for sale
12,780 acres

Average listing age
130 days

Average purchase price
$432,468

Median purchase price
$309,000

Average property size
69.5 acres

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Central Wisconsin Hunting Land for Sale - 184 Properties (2024)

FAQs

What is the average cost per acre for hunting land in Wisconsin? ›

Average Price per Acre of Hunting Land in the Western Midwest (Minnesota and Wisconsin): $2,326 per acre. The second cheapest region on our list to buy hunting land is made up of Minnesota and Wisconsin – two states which have left their mark on the Boone and Crockett record book many times.

What does hunting land in Wisconsin sell for? ›

Wisconsin has approximately 100,000 acres of hunting land for sale based on recent Land And Farm data. The combined market value of hunting land for sale in Wisconsin is $136 million, with the average price of hunting land for sale in being $460,040.

How far away from a house can you hunt in Wisconsin? ›

In addition to all other restrictions and prohibitions, it shall be unlawful to shoot or hunt within 200 yards from any house or building, without permission of the owner or occupant.

How much is an acre of residential land in Wisconsin? ›

There has been a consistent increase in the prices of land in Wisconsin. The prices, however, vary in the different counties. In few counties, the land per acre can cost $2000 an acre while another county can have it priced at $6000 an acre. Very few areas have reached the mark of $10000 an acre.

How much is wooded land worth in Wisconsin? ›

The highest-priced land listing is $5,000,000, while the lowest priced land listing can be purchased for $2,250. Wisconsin Wooded land & farm listings have an average price of $77,785 per acre, based on land listings with an average of 11 acres.

How many acres is ideal for hunting? ›

There has been much debate about how much land you need to hunt for certain game. For example, if you and a partner want to go deer hunting and you plan on using rifles, ideally you will want at least a 50-acre area. If you prefer to hunt for deer alone, you can get away with an area of 25 acres.

Where is the best hunting land in Wisconsin? ›

The river bluffs of Western Wisconsin hold some of the best whitetail hunting property in the nation. Whether it's Trempealeau County, Pepin County, Pierce County, Dunn County, Prescott or surrounding communities, this area is whitetail country.

Can I hunt on my own land without a license in Wisconsin? ›

(1) The owner or occupant of any land, and any member of his or her family, may hunt or trap beaver, coyotes, foxes, raccoons, woodchucks, rabbits, and squirrels on the land without a license issued under this chapter or ch.

Can you claim land in Wisconsin? ›

Wisconsin law allows people who trespass and encroach on other's land for a long period of time (typically 20 years) to develop an ownership claim to the property. Imagine that you live in a suburban home along the Wisconsin River with a nice lawn behind it.

Can you hunt close to your own house? ›

Discharging a firearm (including a bow and arrow) is prohibited in or within 150 yards of a developed recreation site, a residence, or any place where people are likely to be. Shooting across bodies of water or a Forest Service road is prohibited. Shooting into or within any cave, mine or open shaft is prohibited.

Can I bow hunt in my backyard in Wisconsin? ›

(c) Hunting with a bow and arrow or crossbow is prohibited within One Hundred (100) yards of a building. This restriction shall not apply if the person who owns the land on which the building is located allows the hunter to hunt within the specified distance of the building.

Can you retrieve a deer on someone else's property in Wisconsin? ›

Hunters are required to make a reasonable effort to retrieve game they have killed or injured, but hunters may not trespass to retrieve such game.

Is 1 acre big enough for homestead? ›

The truth is you can be self-sustaining on a 1-acre property but it takes work, education, dedication, and time.

What is the average price of hunting land in Wisconsin? ›

The highest-priced land listing is $4,275,000, while the lowest priced land listing can be purchased for $1. Wisconsin Hunting land & farm listings have an average price of $19,012 per acre, based on land listings with an average of 50 acres.

What state has the cheapest land? ›

The ten states with the cheapest land are Arizona, New Mexico, Mississippi, Colorado, Arkansas, New York, Missouri, Oregon, Alabama, and Michigan. Arizona is the cheapest state to buy land with a median price of $4,164 per acre.

How many acres do you need to hunt deer in Wisconsin? ›

Ensure FRD being hunted are confined to an area of 80 contiguous acres or more to which they have unimpeded access. Comply with general and hunting ranch record keeping requirements for keeping FRD in Wisconsin. Have a minimum of two individual IDs for any deer not born on the hunting ranch.

How much public hunting land is in Wisconsin? ›

Wisconsin has 175 designated wildlife areas totaling over 572,000 acres, including 69,000 acres of long-term leased lands, open to public hunting. In addition, there are over 32,000 acres of scattered wildlife habitat properties, often referred to as public hunting grounds.

How much does farmland rent for per acre per month in Wisconsin? ›

Non-irrigated cropland cash rent averaged $151.00 per acre in Wisconsin during 2023, $6.00 higher than 2022 according to the latest report released by USDA's National Agricultural Statistics Service. Pasture rented for cash averaged $37.50 per acre, $1.50 above 2022.

How many deer should you shoot per acre? ›

The correct answer depends on your soils and associated plant communities, the habitat management history of the property, rainfall as well as the current management practices. Some properties can safely operate 1 deer for every 8 acres while others must keep their deer density closer to 1 deer per 15 or 25 acres.

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