The Town of Bear Bluff is located in the southeastern corner of Jackson County in Wisconsin. It was formed in the 1890’s from part of the Town of City Point. It is actually 1 ½ the size of most towns. It has a total area of 56.1 square miles of which 53 square miles is land and 3 square miles is water. This topography supports its largest agricultural industry which is growing cranberries. Other agricultural industries include logging and mossing. There are large areas of wetlands that is home to a wide variety of wild life.
There are 131 residents of all ages in the Town of Bear Bluff.
The Town of Bear Bluff is known for its hard working and friendly people and its serene, peaceful environment.
The road right of way is 33 feet from the center of the road in both directions. Signs, lawn decorations, fences, trees or shrubs, things for sale or any other items are not allowed in this area.
Yes. If there is an accident because of grass or snow that is blown on the road, the landowner is liable.
The town roads open as ATV/UTV routes are Goodyear Rd., Dutcher Drive, Curtis Stoll Rd., Cranberry Rd., and Crampton Rd.
The speed limit is 25 mph on Dutcher Dr. Near any residence it is 10 mph.
If you do damage to a roadway, you are responsible for its repair. If ATV/UTVs are causing significant damage, the routes will be closed. Riding the routes is a privilege, not a right.
Visit the DNR website Go Wild to find out where the public lands are. Otherwise, if you see a fishing spot you like, ask the land owner if you can fish there.
Visit the DNR website Hunt Wild to find out where public lands are and if you can hunt them. Please respect private property.
Bear Bluff SNA is situated within an extensive, wetland complex that occupies a significant portion of the bed of the extinct Glacial Lake Wisconsin. For more information click here!