Mississippi River view properties nestled on top of the majestic bluffs of Southwest Wisconsin with magnificent views of the river and distant bluffs of Northeast Iowa are available for the first time. Welcome to Mississippi Mountain!
Mississippi Mountain offers the peace and comfort you've been searching for in river view property. Enjoy magnificent panoramic Mississippi River views, excellent recreational opportunities and peaceful surroundings from your secluded estate.
Mississippi Mountain, located in Grant County WI (PDF), is a convenient drive to numerous cities in the Midwest. You can take in the natural beauty and features of the landscape surrounding your property. Hundreds of miles of bluff-lined rivers and streams nestled in deep valleys offer you cold water angling, canoeing and birdwatching.
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These Wisconsin properties provide direct access to an additional 150-acre Nature Conservancy that you can use for hunting, hiking and to the Mississippi River with great fishing and sand beach islands!
Inside the Nature Conservancy you will find the Chase Creek State Natural Area and Devils Backbone (PDF). Chase Creek is a spring fed tributary to the Mississippi River that flows through a steep wooded gorge and a portion is a Class II trout stream. Devils Backbone is a unique area. "This land contains natural resources so unique and rare that nothing like it has yet been protected in the state of Wisconsin," George Howe, conservation director, said.
Explore the Upper Mississippi River Wildlife Refuge with over 240,000 acres set aside for fish, wildlife, plants and a breeding place for migratory birds. The refuge, bordered by steep wooded bluffs that rise up to 600 feet above the river valley, and Mississippi River corridor offer scenic beauty and productive fish and wildlife habitat unmatched in the heart of America.
Whether you choose a secluded blufftop acreage or a breathtaking Mississippi riverview, you can fulfill your dreams of owning land at Mississippi Mountain!
Bordered by the beautiful Mississippi River on the west and the ever-changing Wisconsin River on the north, Grant County's dramatic landscape of hills and valleys is unlike any other part of the state.
This Southwest Wisconsin area combines a unique blend of history, scenic beauty, agriculture, wonderful recreational opportunities, and small-town charm.
Traveling the rustic roads of scenic Grant County, visitors enjoy taste-testing at the artisan cheese stores, shopping the small businesses with locally-made arts and crafts, browsing through interesting antique stores, visiting historic sites and museums, enjoying local cuisine at restaurants, and escaping to a simpler less hurried lifestyle. Outdoor enthusiasts enjoy boating, fishing, swimming, hiking, biking, hunting and an abundance of recreational opportunities with the Mississippi River and Wisconsin River. Grant County is the Midwest's best kept secret!
Prairie du Chien
Minutes north of Mississippi Mountain you will find Crawford County's largest community, Prairie du Chien, the second-oldest settlement in the state of Wisconsin. The town is home to the Villa Louis, an exquisite Victorian country estate built in 1870. A National Historic Register site, Villa Louis overlooks the mighty Mississippi River. Other historical interests in the area include St. Feriole Island, the Astor Fur Trade Museum and the Museum of Prairie du Chien at Fort Crawford.
Located just north of the confluence of the Wisconsin and Mississippi Rivers, the city was once a major center for the fur trading industry and has a very rich history.
Prairie du Chien also provides you with shopping, dining and top-quality health care facilities.
Wyalusing and Wyalusing State Park
The village of Wyalusing has a park on the river with a swimming beach and is home to Wyalusing State Park. Wyalusing State Park overlooks the convergence of the Mississippi and Wisconsin Rivers perched on top of the magnificent bluffs of Southwest Wisconsin! The park is one of Wisconsin's oldest state parks and covers 2,700 acres with family and group camps, more than 14 miles of hiking trails, a canoe trail, Native American burial mounds, bird watching, fishing, boating, bicycling and picnicking near several scenic overlooks of the river valleys below.
Located along the Mississippi River, the quaint river town of Bagley provides a great place to launch your boat for a day's adventure on the Mississippi River. People enjoy boating and fishing, watching the eagles soar, and following the boat traffic on the river. It is a popular riverside destination in the summer and home to Yogi Bear's Jellystone Park.
Glen Haven is a quiet village surrounded by natural beauty with an excellent boat launch on the Mississippi River.