Located in Bayfield County just south of the peninsula, the village of Mason is home to some 100 residents. A drive through the countryside around Mason brings visitors through scenic farm fields and low rolling hills of sugar maple, paper birch, and white spruce along the winding White River.
The scenic White River is a naturalist and trout fishers paradise, home to rare plants and birds supported by the unique watershed and protected in the White River Breaks and White River Boreal Forest natural areas. Outdoor enthusiasts will find themselves discovering hidden lady slippers, spotting a rare Cape May warbler, or pulling a brown trout out of a deep pool.
The natural surroundings and availability of land for sale in the area makes Mason real estate ideal for building your dream cabin or becoming a permanent resident of this peaceful northern Wisconsin community.