Communities

Spooner

Spooner offers more than 900 area lakes, 350 miles of connected, groomed snowmobiling and ATV Trails, and some of the finest shopping and dining establishments in Northwest Wisconsin.  In addition, Spooner has beautiful golf courses, museums and a scenic train ride.

Spooner is also home to many annual events and festivals including Jack Pine Savage Days, Savage Dash, Food & Wine Tasting Benefit, Jack Frost Fest, Jack O’ Lantern Fest, Zombie Run, and Heart of the North Spooner Rodeo.

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Hayward

With crystal clear lakes for water sports and fishing, and miles of trails for riding snowmobiles, ATVs, cross country skiing, hiking, and road or off-road bicycling, this area is buzzing with activity year-round. The Hayward, Wisconsin Area also has a unique selection of golf courses that will make a memory for any skill level golfer!

From the 858,400 acre Chequamegon National Forest and historic Hayward Lakes Area fishing waters, to North America’s largest Honor the Earth Pow Wow, or the Annual Musky Festival, the Chequamegon Fat Tire Festival, the world-renowned American Birkebeiner cross country ski race, and of course, the Annual Lumberjack World Championships. The Hayward Area has something for everyone.

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Birchwood

Your warm welcome to Birchwood, Wisconsin and its many area lakes in Northwest Wisconsin begins as you enter its down-home community, “The Bluegill Capital of Wisconsin,” and its 14 foot Bluegill. The blissful image of a friendly village is alive and doing well in Birchwood, WI.

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Minong

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Rice Lake

The activities in the Rice Lake area are numerous: fishing, swimming, hiking, hunting, premier golf courses, snowmobiling, skiing, hockey, curling, bowling, roller-skating, and stock car racing, along with social and cultural events.

There is everything right here from pristine lakes to nature trails and nature preserves: from a restored pioneer village to a modern shopping mall with everything you might need, including the latest in fashion. But best of all – and for those seeking peace and quiet – Rice Lake is the place to come to where you can just relax and enjoy the silence.

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