Looking for things to do? Places to go? Certain trails for certain things? this is the place for you! let us know what you think and give us some recommendations if you have any! Seriously, if you are looking for trail access, for any season or any sport, this is your area. Take off directly from the cabin, or hit multiple trails within 12-15 minutes from the cabin:
More of a MTB/ Cycling kind of person? Here you go. it’s cycling and MTB season! Take off directly from the cabin, or hit multiple trails within 12-15 minutes from the cabin:
the shoulder season (spring and fall); can be the best for taking in the scenic transformation of the area. You can take off directly from the cabin, but to maximize view and experience, we receive bed driving to the trailheads. Many can be hit within 12-15 minutes from the cabin: Hiking Trails abound up here! Experience levels vary and so do the trails, given the topo changes and trail length. The Trego nature Trail is a 3.5-mile round trip hike through woods and along the Namekagon River. Good, easy incline. The Trego Lake is the same distance along a waterway with multiple loops and is dog friendly. But seriously, how do you choose one? We are close to the Beaver Brook Trail, the Heartwood trails, the College Street Park Trails, Hunt Hill, Nordic, Ice Age … if you are looking for a good local resource, check https://www.washburncounty.org/what-to-do/hiking-and-wildlife-viewing if you want something more broadly, have you ever tried the AllTrails App? If you haven’t, download it. It’s free, it gives great hiking trail reviews nationally. It’s a little slim in this area but has the Trego Trail. but is also great for future travels.
ATV and UTV trails; for our woods-and-wheels types Are you more of the motorized nature- viewing type? We have that too! Take off directly from the cabin, or hit multiple trails within 12-15 minutes from the cabin:
it’s the fishing season! Not only are our lakes great for fishing, but our rivers are excellent too! Bluegill, walleye, and trout are all bountiful in the area. For lake maps, log onto the DNR website.
Plus, if you did not bring your boat, no need to worry! There are many locations in the area that you can rent a boat, whether for fishing, recreational, or canoeing. Be sure to visit the County website and the DNR website to find the best fishing spots around. https://www.washburncounty.org/what-to-do/fishing