Choose Your Northwest Wisconsin Experience!

Adventure Sports

Strap in and get ready for a wild ride in the Northwoods!


Biking is a great way to enjoy nature and stay active!


Northwest Wisconsin has an abundance of lakes for successful fishing year-round.


Northwest Wisconsin is a popular vacation destination for hunting enthusiasts.

Hiking & Birding

Remember to bring along your binoculars while you are hiking one of the many trails.


Northwest Wisconsin boasts some of the most enjoyable ATV riding in the Midwest.


Northwest Wisconsin boasts some of the most enjoyable riding in the Midwest.

Horseback Riding

A leisurely way to see and experience the beauty of the northwoods.

Cross Country Skiing & Snowshoeing

Take advantage of our winter pastimes, cross country skiing and snowshoeing.

Canoe & Kayak Paddling

Paddling enthusiasts from beginner to expert will find the perfect waterway.


Some of Wisconsin’s most spectacular waterfalls are in the Northwest.

Motorcycle & Auto Touring

Rev up your engine and start your tour!


Enjoy golf, mini-golf, or disc golf in beautiful Northwest Wisconsin to the main card please


Amnicon Falls

Amnicon Falls State Park is a family-friendly adventure with several waterfalls and rapids that are sure to delight. With two miles of easy trails along the river and a covered footbridge for fantastic photo opportunities, Amnicon Falls State Park is one place worth checking out!

  • Hike

    Two miles of trails right alongside the river make it easy for all ages and walks of life to enjoy the falls.

  • Picnic

    Amnicon Falls State Park has plenty of picnic and pavilion areas with grills to make the best of your visit. 

  • Camp

    With 36 rustic campsites, Amnicon Falls State Park is perfect for a simpler camping experience.

  • Swim

    Swimming is allowed at the waterfalls at your own risk. No jumping, or diving - just quick dips to cool off on a warm, Wisconsin summer day.

  • Amnicon Falls State Park

    South Range, WI - Douglas County

  • Apostle Islands

Apostle Islands

Set amongst picturesque Lake Superior, the Apostle Islands are stunning sets of nature-carved rock formations and sea caves waiting to be explored. There are many different ways to experience Wisconsin’s “Crown Jewels”. Check out more to find out for yourself!

  • Sea Kayaking

    The best way to explore the Apostle Islands is by getting up close and personal in a sea kayak. If you are experienced and familiar with Lake Superior, you can kayak on your own. Otherwise, there are plenty of outfitters that offer guided tours.

  • Camping

    Camping is available on 18 of the 21 islands and only accessible by sea kayak, boat, shuttle service or water taxi. Planning ahead is key but worth it to camp on the incredible Lake Superior shoreline.

  • Guided Boat Tours

    Apostle Island Cruises is authorized by the National Park Service and offers a variety of guided sightseeing tours around the islands. Additionally, you can use private outfitters for water taxis, fishing or sailing charters, and other tours.

  • Lighthouses

    The Apostle Islands is home to the largest cluster of lighthouses in the United States. These majestic structures can be explored on foot or by boat.

Namekagon River

The Namekagon River is a national scenic riverway and also referred to as “Wisconsin’s Moving National Park.” 100 miles and largely underdeveloped, it sets the stage for memories to be made surrounded by lush, forested, rural Wisconsin landscape.

  • Camping

    Camping alongside the Namekagon River includes primitive river-access campsites, local campgrounds, cabins, hotels and even a yurt. It’s easy to turn a visit to the Namekagon River into an overnight adventure!

  • Wildlife

    The Namekagon River is abundant with wildlife such as deer, muskrat, beaver, turtles and blue herons as well as soaring eagles and other birds worth marking off your bird watch list. 

  • Kayaking/Canoeing

    Whether you have your own kayak/canoe or you choose to use one of the many river outfitters, there’s plenty of options to choose from when it comes to experiencing the Namekagon River surrounded by its natural beauty. 

  • Hiking

    The Trego Nature Trail is an excellent way to explore the Namekagon River on foot. Easily accessible and open year-round, it is an ideal backdrop for wildlife photography, bird watching, and hiking.

  • Namekagon River