The Minocqua Area is filled with H2Oh So Much Fun! With thousands of lakes, rivers, and streams, we have earned our title of "Nature's Original Water Park."™ Any day of the week and all year round, you can enjoy our many bodies of water. In the warmer months, you could spend an entire day on our lakes fishing, water skiing, tubing, wake boarding, or taking a relaxing sunset pontoon ride.
On foot or by bicycle, explore the Northwoods extensive scenic trails. Go for a run along an old railroad corridor. Take the kids for a bike ride on a paved trail. Hike through thick pine trees. On the trails, you are sure to find some true locals, from white-tailed deer to bald eagles. Scenic routes can be found in a variety of technical levels and terrains. Our trails are also a great place for birdwatching, geocaching, and ATVing.
The temperatures falling set the scene for a family experience worthy of a Christmas card. When our waters turns to ice, the adventure continues.Trade your bathing suit for ice skates and your fishing pole for a tip up. Keep cruising the lake on a snowmobile instead of a boat. Strap on some skis or snowshoes and trek through our winter wonderland. When the cold starts nipping at your nose, gaze at snow dusted pine trees by the warmth of a fire with a cup of hot cocoa.
Whether you are a hard-core musky angler or an aspiring bass-master, a fly-fishing trout enthusiast or a parent taking the kids out for their first fishing adventure, the Minocqua area remains a premiere Midwest fishing destination.
Out of the water and into the woods, hunting season is practically an unofficial holiday in Wisconsin. The Northwoods is excellent habitat to build and grow family traditions of hunting.
Pack up the family for a quick day trip to numerous must-see attractions near our area or take a scenic drive. Nothing says scenic drive like Wisconsin's expansive Northwoods. Hugged by more than 107,000 acres of state and national forest land, you'll have plenty of options for scenic drives. We especially recommend a drive during our peak color season in October. The leaves changing colors paint a picturesque backdrop that draws visitors back year after year.