Minocqua – Nature’s Original Water Park
We call it that because it’s located in the middle of Northern Wisconsin’s Lake Country. Here there are thousands of lakes, rivers and streams that literally saturate the geography. Vacationers have long been visiting the Minocqua Area to enjoy all this water by boating, swimming, fishing, snowmobiling and more. The tourism industry is the major source of revenue for the local economy. The numerous lakes and the abundance of recreational activities, as well as superb hospitality services, bring travelers to our community during all four seasons. Outside of the tourism industry, the largest employers include community health care, lumber manufacturing, and local retail stores. The combined population of our communities is approximately 9000, but during the summertime, it quadruples. A large number of retirees select this area for the quality of life it offers.
|A year-round outdoor playground with 1,100 lakes nestled among miles of winding trails. Whether you boat or fish, hike or bike, snowmobile or cross-country ski, visitors enjoy solitude, spectacular fall colors, the silent forest in winter, and busy summer days and quiet nights sitting around the campfire. Our quaint towns offer all the charm of small town living. Read more about Oneida County
|Home to more than 1,300 lakes and offers one of the largest concentrations of freshwater lakes on the planet. Go fishing for musky, northern pike, walleye, bass, crappie, perch and bluegill. The twelve communities of Vilas County offer family-owned resorts, charming bed & breakfasts and comfortable motels. Take some time to explore these one-of-a-kind small towns, full of interesting shopping, dining and lodging options. Read more about Vilas County
|Located in north central Wisconsin midway between Hayward and Minocqua, and is home to a variety of natural resources. Our abundance of woods and waters provides endless outdoor recreational opportunities. With hundreds of miles of motorized and non-motorized 4-season trails, 150,000 acres of Chequamegon–Nicolet National Forest, 30,000 acres of State Forest land, 92,000 acres of County Forest land, MFL land, and 18,000 acres of water, including 174 lakes, several trout streams, three major rivers and six county parks – it is not difficult to understand why Price County is a prime location for second home owners. Read more about Price County
|A place of incredible natural beauty. With 300 pristine lakes encompassing 34,000 acres of pure water the only thing that could make it better is Lake Superior coastline. Good thing Iron County has that too. Come and enjoy an amazing waterfall or take a long walk on the beautiful sandy beaches of Saxon Harbor. Whether it is fall, winter, spring or summer you can enjoy a multitude of outdoor activities. Iron County has it all; fishing, hunting, cross-country and downhill skiing, snowmobiling, four wheeling, mountain biking and much more. Read more about Iron County