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Wisconsin Hobby Farms & Horse Properties Listings
There are a lot of requests for Hobby Farm and Horse Properties in Vilas. Wisconsin has zoning laws when it comes to horses. As a result, if you plan to have horses on the property, you’ll want to be certain to locate a land that is zoned for horses. Some of these Listings may have stalls, arenas, pastures, etc. Some may be zoned for horses but not have all of these items. Search our Horse Property & Equestrian Real Estate Buyer’s Guide
Wisconsin Hunting Listings For Sale
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Wisconsin School Districts Listings For Sale
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Homes for Sale on Big Gibson Lake
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The antique inhabitants of Vilas County were members of the Chippewa band of Native Americans; the first recorded white settler was a man named Ashman who expected a trading publicize in Lac du Flambeau in 1818.
In the 1850s migrants from New England, primarily from Vermont and Connecticut, constructed wagon roads and trails through Vilas County including the Ontonogan Mail Trail and a military road from Fort Howard to Fort Wilkins in Copper Harbor, Michigan.
Vilas County was set off from Oneida County upon April 12, 1893 and named for William Freeman Vilas. Originally from Vermont, Vilas represented Wisconsin in the United States Senate from 1891 to 1897.
Logging began in the late 1850s. Loggers came from Cortland County, New York, Carroll County, New Hampshire, Orange County, Vermont and Down East Maine in what is now Washington County, Maine and Hancock County, Maine. Many dams were built throughout the county to support loggers as they sent their timber downstream to the lumber and paper mills in the Wisconsin River valley. After the county was founded in 1893 and logging ceased to be the primary industry in the area, migrants seeking other forms of employment established in the county. These sophisticated immigrants primarily came from Germany, Ireland and Poland even if some came from new parts of the United States as well.
According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the county has a total Place of 1,018 square miles (2,640 km2), of which 857 square miles (2,220 km2) is home and 161 square miles (420 km2) (16%) is water. There are 1,318 lakes in the county. Much of Vilas County is covered by the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest and the Northern Highland-American Legion State Forest as capably as extensive county reforest lands. Vilas County waters drain to Lake Superior, Lake Michigan, and the Mississippi River. The Wisconsin, Flambeau, and Presque Isle Rivers all find their headwaters in Vilas County.
Although these two forests have been administratively collect into the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest, it is important to note that the county contains portions of both indigenous forests.
The economy in Vilas County is based on tourism centered upon its tall concentration of lakes and forests. Hunting and sport fishing are the backbones of the fall economy, and ice fishing and especially snowmobiling makes going on the bulk of the economy in the wintertime. Logging, forestry, construction and executive also account for important parts of the local economy.