The Mt. Borah EPIC Mountain Bike Race has been rescheduled for July 25, 2020. A wave start and three unique events will allow bikers to be in a safe distance from one another while enjoying a memorable day of riding in Northwest Wisconsin.
The Full EPIC …Read More
One of the best ways to explore Vilas County is by bicycle, especially on the Heart of Vilas County Paved Bike Trail System, which connects the communities of St. Germain, Sayner, Boulder Junction, Manitowish Waters, and Mercer on 52 miles of paved trails. The trail …Read More
Local fishing guides will be sharing some of their best fishing secrets with you at free fishing seminars taking place throughout the summer. All seminars are held outside at the Lions Pavilion behind the Community Center on Highway M in Boulder Junction and begin at …Read More
A float on the Pine River Oxbow is the picture of a relaxing summer day. With very little development along its shoreline, Pine River runs through a northern forest of maple, beech, and basswood as well as occasional hemlock, red and white pine, birch, and …Read More
Although this summer is undoubtedly different than summers past, there are still so many ways to celebrate this Independence Day this weekend: Let your eyes be dazzled by the fireworks over your favorite lake. Take part in a boat parade or a cruise on the …Read More
With 314 lakes and approximately 900 miles of rivers, Iron County, Michigan, provides almost limitless remote waterways with bountiful stocks of diverse species. Anglers enjoy fishing for walleye, northern pike, bass, musky, yellow perch, bluegill, sunfish, black crappie, bullhead, and brook trout in Iron County’s …Read More
Are you looking for a way to connect with growers, artisans, and craftspeople while savoring quality northern Wisconsin goods? At the region’s farmers’ markets, residents and visitors get locally grown and made food and other wares and the opportunity to meet the farmers and craftspeople …Read More
While wetlands are common throughout northern Wisconsin, we can usually glimpse them only at their fringes, where wetlands meet solid earth. That is, unless you happen to be in Stone Lake, where a 500-foot boardwalk meanders through a 6-acre wetland in a beautiful 17-acre park.
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Make sure to load your mountain bike onto your roof rack or trailer before your next trip to Portage County. The mountain bike trails at Standing Rocks Park are waiting for you and just begging to be ridden.
Standing Rocks Park is located about seven miles …Read More
Sunshine. Fresh air. Open spaces. Sand between our toes. A refreshing swim in a lake of the Northwoods. We all need these things now, more than ever before.
If you are visiting the Tomahawk area, you know these things surround you in abundance. However, the sheer …Read More