About Tara Lila

Introducing Tara Lila

Tara Lila was created in 2007 by Eagle River landowners Richard and Amy Jo Aylward. It is the logical outcome of their purchase of small tracts of neighboring vacant land for long term conservation. Tara Lila opened it’s first public trails for snowshoeing in Winter 2009-2010.  We continue to develop new trail miles and facilities as we open more of our lands to public use and enjoyment.

Our Lands 

All of our land holdings in Vilas and Oneida counties are held in four Limited Liability Companies (LLCs). Lands designated for current or future public access and perpetual conservancy are branded Tara Lila (Oneida County) or Tara Lila North (Vilas County). 

Tara Lila is currently comprised of three units of land in the border “panhandle” region of Oneida and Vilas Counties. Our growth has required us to form an additional LLC and to rename our distinct units of land. The three units including their approximate acreage, associated LLC, and year public trails were established are as follows: 

Tara Lila - Sundstein Road Unit, 700 Acres, Tara Lila LLC, 2011
Tara Lila - Section 9 Road Unit, 120 Acres, Tara Lila North LLC, 2013
Tara Lila - Ripco Road Unit, 750 Acres, Tara Lila LLC, 2017

Starting At The Trailhead - The Story Behind Tara Lila

Coming Eventually….


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