Hatfield is the place to be for all your recreational needs. From water skiing to mountain biking we have the areas designated for you to have a great time. Our atv trails are one of a kind; people come from all over the Midwest to enjoy them. Perhaps the outdoors is not your cup of tea? Don't let that keep you away. Visit nearby Black River Falls historic downtown to enjoy fun shopping, local breweries and good eats.
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ClearView Realty, LLC
N9536 Cardinal Lane
Hatfield, WI 54754
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If you are looking for outdoor recreation, come to HATFIELD! There are thousands of acres of County and State Land to play in. For the hunter there are deer, turkey, bear, pheasant, quail, ducks and geese. Levis Mound hosts an annual Mountain Bike Race. Bruce Mound has downhill skiing and tubing. Lake Arbutus is an 839 acre lake with three campgrounds. There are miles of trails for ATVing, snowmobiling, x-country skiing and hiking. Wazee Lake is an old taconite mine that is a favorite of divers and has a huge sandy area for families with small children. There is a family water-park in Black River Falls. There are several stables for horseback riding. Fishing is great in the lakes and flowages: holding walleye, bass, musky, northern and pan fish.
Our real estate team has the education and knowledge of the area to get the results you want when you buy or sell property. We have a no pressure sales staff that wants to make your real estate search fun and easy. ClearView Realty agents belong to and adhere to the ethics of the National Realtors Assoc., the Wisconsin Realtors Assoc. and the NW WI MLS (multiple listing service)with access to the LaCrosse area MLS and the Central WI MLS. Listed properties get maximum exposure on the web and the agents have a large searchable database for properties listed by other realtors with whom they cooperate with.
Trumpeter Swan - Largest waterfowl species native to North America; weighs about 21-30 lbs, stands 4 ft. tall, has a wing span over 7 ft. It is snow white, has a very long neck and black bill. Its call is resonant, deep and loud, sonorous and trumpet-like; hence the name. The male is called a cob and the female is called a pen. They are listed as endangered in Wisconsin. For more info visit www.dnr.wi.gov/