Not only is Bewabic State Park an ideal place to have a picnic, to camp or take a hike or swim, it’s also steeped in Civilian Conservation (CCC) history. Several CCC structures are still in use, including a log bathhouse constructed in 1937.
Located four miles …Read More
It’s a time of organizing tackle boxes, putting fresh line on spools, sharpening hooks, looking over fishing maps, and contacting resorts for accommodations. Some of that planning centers on taking part in any number of fishing tournaments.
You would have to cast far and wide to …Read More
As the days lengthen and temperatures warm, the wetlands, fields and forests in Marinette County come alive with the sounds of our returning feathered friends, including red-winged blackbirds, loons, and warblers.
You may have picked up the Great Wisconsin Birding and Nature Trail, a mapped auto …Read More
You will oftentimes hear them before you see them. We’re talking about waterfalls in the Upper Peninsula. And springtime is prime time to hear them roar as they flush the snowmelt and spring rains to their final destinations—either Lake Superior or another, larger river system.
We …Read More
The progressive city of Merrill offers a lot to vacationing families. The attractions include the historic and beautiful downtown courthouse, its many parks (including Council Grounds State Park just north of the city), trout fishing on area streams, a summertime rodeo, and hiking and biking …Read More
We’ve netted a pair of fishing tournaments for our readers to consider for a trip to the Northwoods or if you are already here.
The St. Germain Chamber of Commerce and Rob Manthei’s Guide Service are hosting their fifth annual Fishing with the Stars tournament on …Read More
By Dean S. Acheson
You may not be one of the lucky ones invited to the annual Wisconsin Indian Head Country’s Governor’s Fishing Opener, but you can still reel in an open invite to another event on Friday, April 30, in Hayward. More on that later.
The …Read More
By Dean S. Acheson
Just a short drive from the Town of Plover is Lake Pacawa, a small 23-acre lake that boasts two parks and a memorial honoring those who served during the Korean War.
Worzella Pines Park on the shore of Lake Pacawa provides a large …Read More
Members of the Northwoods Tractor Club aren’t ready to let the early days of farming fade away. Each year, they set aside a day to show off the mechanical workhorses of yesterday—innovative machines that were the technological leaders of that era.
Old Fashioned Plow Day is …Read More
Few areas compare to the Sylvania Wilderness and Sylvania Recreation Area, located near Watersmeet, Michigan, and part of the National Wilderness Preservation System.
The 18,327-acre wilderness offers an outstanding experience for those who want to camp, fish, hike, view wildlife, canoe, or enjoy the solitude of …Read More