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All Attractions

  • Demmer Memorial Library

    The Demmer Library offers its collections, programs, WIFI, public computers and meeting rooms for year-round residents and area visitors. Events include summer reading programs, book sales, book clubs and more. Library hours: Monday & Wednesday 9 am- 8pm; Tuesday, Thursday and Friday: 9 am- 5 pm, Saturday 9 am- 2 Read more [...]

  • Three Lakes Trophy Ranch

    In business since 1998, Three Lakes Whitetails is a private preserve where you can hunt whitetail, turkey, pheasant and quail. All-inclusive, fully guided, family style hunting. www.threelakestrophyranch.com

  • Healing Nature Center – Teaching Drum

    Provides therapists and alternative healers with additional ways to help their clients by incorporating nature into the services they already provide. We offer retreat space, workshops and Healing Nature Trail guided tours to the general public. www.healingnaturecenter.org

  • Three Lakes Aqua Devils

    Shows every Wednesday & Saturday at 6:30 PM Mid June – Mid August Fundraisers Aqua Devils Cookout Alumni Show Aqua Devils 5K Dash Since 1958, the Three Lakes Aqua Devils have been entertaining summer crowds on the waters of Big Stone Lake. The “home” of the Aqua Devils is the Read more [...]

  • Hawks Nest Outfitters

    Hawks Nest Outfitters is a canoe, kayak, and tube rental company located directly on the Wisconsin River in Eagle River, WI. We provide adventure trips on the river as well as overnight rentals, so come ride the river at Hawks Nest!

  • Sam Campbell Trail

    A two mile, unpaved trail thought the woods. Gently rolling with some steep grades Hiking, biking, snowshoeing, and cross-country skiing Ungroomed cross-country ski trails Dogs allowed on leash Directions: From Hwy 32, take Military Rd (FR 2178) north 4.5 miles, then left onto Old Military Rd (FR 2207) for 1 Read more [...]

  • Three Lakes Watersports

    We teach or pull wakeboarding, waterskiing, wakesurfing, tubing and all forms of towed watersports. We also provide boat charters. Tour the Three Lakes chain. Open Memorial Day through Labor Day. Located in Three Lakes. Phone: (715) 546-2014 Web: www.threelakeswatersports.com  

  • Cy Williams Park

    Cy Williams Park named in honor of the late professional baseball player and community leader provides a quieter side to the community. A gazebo is available for weddings, musical events, or just a place to pass time. The Three Lakes beach is located at the north end of the park Read more [...]

  • Teaching Drum Outdoor School

    Located 10 minutes from Three Lakes in the heart of the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest, we offer canoe and hiking day tours of the Headwaters Wilderness, wilderness skill courses, and long and short-term nature-immersion programs. All skill levels are welcome!

  • Three Eagle Trail Foundation

    BIKING  ~   WALKING  ~  X-C SKIING TRAIL The Three Eagle Trail is an 12.7 mile long pedestrian pathway with a ten foot wide, crushed limestone surface. From Three Lakes it begins at Don Burnside Park and heads north following the former Chicago & Northwestern Railroad grade. At mile 3.5 Read more [...]

  • Lake of the Torches Resort Casino

    Lake of the Torches Resort Casino has the feel of a classic Northern Retreat and reflects its Ojibwe culture and heritage. The casino has over 800 slot machines, blackjack, poker, roulette, craps and a Bingo Hall. The Eagle’s Nest Restaurant offers buffet, cooking stations and a la carte menu items. Read more [...]

  • Three Lakes Historical Society

    Start your visit at our NEW! Visitor Center in the Demmer Library!! The museum consists of seven exhibit halls chronicling the history of the Three Lakes area: from the arrival of the first Native Americans, to the influence of the logging, farming, and railroad industries in the 19th and early Read more [...]

  • Wisconsin Valley Improvement Co.

    The Burnt Rollways Reservoir is located between Long Lake and Cranberry Lake. It is operated by the Wisconsin Valley Improvement Company (WVIC). WVIC operates 21 water storage reservoirs, each helping to maintain uniform flow in the Wisconsin River. Although there is a dam between Long Lake and Cranberry Lake, you Read more [...]

  • Three Lakes Center for the Arts

    “TLCFA” is a group of volunteer residents helping to create recognition of Three Lakes as a center for the arts by promoting local artists, writers, performers, singers, musicians, sculptors, dancers, and nationally recognized furniture makers. TLCFA sponsors art classes for adults and children, an artist biography of the month, “Art Read more [...]

  • Potawatomi Carter Casino Hotel

    Make your escape to the beautiful Northwoods and stay in one of our 98 hotel rooms. Stay at Potawatomi Carter Casino Hotel and experience luxurious comfort in our newly renovated facilities. With a pool area, whirlpool, sauna, and fitness room guests can relax and enjoy all the amenities we have to offer.   Read more [...]

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    Three Lakes Dog Park

    Three Lakes Dog Park will be opening in June 2020! The Dog Park is located at 1921 Epler Court and features a small dog area and large dog area. The park is approximately 2 acres in size. Please visit our website for more information. If you want to be a Read more [...]

  • Don Burnside Park

    Don Burnside Park provides a true recreation area for all sports. Named after Don Burnside a long time Park Board President who provided endless hours of community support. Here you will find our ball diamonds, tennis courts, soccer fields, playground area, and horse arena.

  • TNT Speedway

    TNT Speedway is the place for a night of family fun and dynamite racing! One-third mile high banked oval. Five classes of cars hit the track Saturday nights. Located just six miles south of Three Lakes on Hwy. 45 South. Full concessions, souvenirs, fan give-aways, autograph sessions and plenty of Read more [...]