About the Minocqua Area Chamber

Contact The Minocqua-Area Chamber of Commerce 

Important Information regarding how and when to get ahold of the Minocqua Area Chamber of Commerce Office

Chamber Information 

Information regarding the chamber staff, chamber ambassadors, chamber checks, radio shows the chamber announces events on, and privacy policies.

Chamber Membership 

If you would like more information on chamber membership, please contact us at 715-356-5266 or email

As a member, your partnership with us helps give greater strength and unity to our efforts to market this area as a year-round vacation destination. 

Thank you for considering membership. 


Banner Advertising 

Banner Ad Opportunity for Members Only!

Gain enhanced visibility on the website!  The Minocqua Area Chamber of Commerce has partnered with Destination Travel Network (DTN) for an expanded online adverting program which includes new placement options throughout the website.  DTN can tailor a program specific to your business. 

Options include:

  • Impressions based advertising
  • Page-specific  Banner Ads
  • Run-of-Site Sponsored Header Images
  • Spotlight ads, with direct links to your website

There are affordable opportunities for small, medium and large businesses to have a high-profile placement on our region’s #1 tourism website at a level that fits your budget and style.

For more information please contact the chamber office at 715-356-5266 or email

Minocqua Area Chamber of Commerce, Press and Media 

Whoever said the best things in life are free must have been relaxing in the Minocqua area.  One of the great things about "Up North" is the ratio of lakes, forest and sky to everything we call civilization.  There's a whimsical hierarchy of activities here.  When the blackberries turn form red to black, you pick 'em.  When snow falls, you catch snowflakes on your tongue.  When loons venture near the pier or a deer appears outside the kitchen window, you drop what you're doing to watch.  An eagle soaring overhead warrants interrupting anything.  The shout for a game of horseshoes or an afternoon ski is the closest thing to a command -- but only if you really feel like it.  Summer or winter, a calm day under blue skies trumps all.  Let your days be guided by the disposition of sun and breeze, the proximity of wildlife, and by who's int the mood for a game of cards or a stroll down to the lake to see the stars.