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Northern Lights Snowmobile Club. 
Three Lakes offers some of the best snowmobiling in the state! With 86 miles of state-funded trails plus 54 more miles of locally funded trails, every day is sure to bring you a new adventure! Our trail system traverses some of the most scenic country Wisconsin has to offer, from the pristine Nicolet National Forest, to the beauty of our chain of 28 interconnected lakes stretching from Three Lakes northward to Eagle River. We invite you to visit Three Lakes on your next snowmobiling adventure to experience the beauty and hospitality our community has to offer.  For more information contact Jim Nykolayko at (715) 546-8372 or at

Snowmobile Rentals

Four Seasons Marine/Three Lakes Power Sports Inc.
1018 Highway 32 Three Lakes, WI 54562

The Toy Shop of Eagle River

5045 St. Hwy. 70 W
Eagle River, WI 54521

Three Lakes Hardware & Rental
1812 Superior Street
Three Lakes, WI 54562

Watercraft Sales, Inc.
7453 Highway X
PO Box 880
Three Lakes, WI 54562
715.546.3351 or 888.546.3351

Snowmobile Sales & Service

Four Seasons Marine/Three Lakes Power Sports Inc.
1018 Highway 32
Three Lakes, WI 54562

Sportsman’s Service Center
1451 N. Big Lake Loop Rd. Three Lakes, WI 54562

The Toy Shop of Eagle River

5045 St. Hwy. 70 W
Eagle River, WI 54521

Cross Country Ski Trails

The Three Eagle Trail
The Three Eagle Ski Trail begins on Highway 32/45 from a designated parking area about 3 miles north of the Three Lakes business district. Parking is available here as well as at the Sundstein Road end of the trail. The trail is groomed and includes a classic track as well as a “skate” lane. The trail is about 10 miles or 16 kilometers long going out and back.

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Nicolet National Forest Ski Trails
• Anvil Trail – One of the most popular cross country ski trails in the area, groomed for classic skiing and some for skating. The terrain varies from fairly flat to gently rolling with some hilly sections. Trails are marked for degree of difficulty. This trail connects with the Nicolet North Trail system.

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• Nicolet North Trail – A favorite for cross country skiers, hikers and mountain bikers. 42 Kilometers are groomed and tracked for both classic and skate skiing. This trail is connected to the Anvil Trail and the Hidden Lakes Trail.

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Camp Luther Ski Trails

The cross country ski trails at Camp Luther are open to the public during the winter months. Stop in their office to register, or call Camp Luther for more information at 715.546.3637 or 877.264.CAMP.


Snowshoeing is another great way to get acquainted with the beauty and splendor of the northwoods. Maps and information on the following nearby snowshoe trails may be obtained at the Three Lakes Area Chamber of Commerce.

Nicolet National Forest Snowshoe Trails

  • Franklin Nature Trail - Length 1 mi.
  • Hidden Lakes Trail – Length 15 mi.
  • Sam Campbell Trail – Length 2.5 mi.
  • Scott Lake Trail – Length .3 mi.
  • Sevenmile Trail – Length 2 mi.
  • Spectacle-Kentuck Trail – Length 2.5 mi.

Ice Fishing

Enjoy the peace and solitude of ice fishing on one of our 28 interconnected lakes. Be sure to mark your calendar for the Annual Ice Fishing Derby and Raffle sponsored by the Three Lakes Lion’s Club on Saturday,  February 23, 2013. Check our Calendar of Events for further information. 

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