Rhinelander/Boom Lake Chain – Properties for Sale
Rhinelander Chain of Lakes Real Estate
The Rhinelander Flowage, or the Rhinelander Chain of Lakes, is the glittering gem of the Northwoods. Located in Oneida County and connecting to the Wisconsin River, this long and winding series of lakes and open bodies of water makes up 1,760 acres in total, stretching across five unique lakes. From behind the bow of a kayak, you can efficiently explore the stunning beauty of this region. As you discover the 35 miles of shoreline, you’ll understand what makes this chain worth buying lakeshore property on.
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Explore the Rhinelander Chain
The Rhinelander Chain was formed way back in 1882 when a mud and timber dam was constructed on the Wisconsin River to form a holding pond for lumber as it made its way down the river. At the time, you could find eight sawmills in Rhinelander and the “pond” is what is known as Boom Lake today. The reputation of this lake chain is well-known: it’s the best fishing destination in all of Northern Wisconsin. In fact, this area is known as the Ice Fishing Capital of the World! If you’re at all interested in fishing, owning a lake home, cabin, or cottage here will keep you captivated for a lifetime.
Settling into the Rhinelander Chain
When you own lakefront real estate on the Rhinelander Chain, you’ve got the best of Northeast Wisconsin right outside your back door. It’s easy to slide your boat into the water and instantly have access to the Wisconsin River and the other four lakes that make up the chain. The fishing alone will put a smile on your face. Cast for walleye, musky, northerns, panfish, and bass. But without a doubt, it’s the scenery that will floor you. The towering pines and gently lapping clear water of Boom Lake, Bass Lake, Thunder Lake, and Lake Creek make for a stunning sight that’s easy to fall in love with. Make your lake home on the Rhinelander Chain of Lakes.
To find lakeshore property, lake cabins, and lake homes on the Rhinelander/Boom Lake Chain of Lakes, check out our listings. You can also talk directly to Patrick Schey.