Exploring Northwest Wisconsin For Your Premier Vacation
Northwest Wisconsin is the region that is often looked at as one of the state's premier four season vacation lands. Bordered on the north by the rugged shoreline of beautiful Lake Superior, this is a land of hundreds of lakes and streams, the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest, The St. Croix National Scenic Waterway, and the Apostle Islands National Seashore.
Year round activities include sightseeing, wildlife viewing/bird watching, hiking, biking, and everything the Northwoods of Wisconsin has to offer.
See The Sights of Northwest Wisconsin
Summer is a time to relax and enjoy the pleasant weather and slow pace on uncrowded trails and lakes. Fishing for musky, northern pike, and trout is extremely popular and productive as well. Wildlife enthusiasts and photographers will enjoy the scenic beauty Northwest Wisconsin offers.
Chippewa Falls certainly has no shortage of things to do. While visiting, it would be worthwhile to visit Lake Wissota State Park, just north of the city. The park is open all year round and features many recreational opportunities on huge Lake Wissota. Visitors can fish, swim, canoe, or kayak in the clear water.
Hudson is on the “west coast” of Wisconsin along the banks of the St. Croix River. City parks offer views of the St. Croix Valley and walking trails. Willow River State Park, with breathtaking waterfalls and hiking, biking and ski trails, is just outside of the city as are four challenging golf courses.
Located on the shore of Lake Superior and gateway to the 22 Apostle Islands, Bayfield is the place to be for visitors who want to explore the natural beauty of the region, experience arts and culture, and indulge in the bounty of local fruits and berries. Lake Superior offers world-class freshwater sailing, fishing, scuba diving and swimming. For those that enjoy golfing, biking, or hiking, you’ll find a nationally recognized golf course just south of Bayfield affording fantastic views of Lake Superior, plus miles of open road and well-marked biking and hiking trails.
Refresh Yourself at These Northwest Wisconsin Inns
With miles an miles of the Northwoods and small towns to see, adventures to go on, memories to make, and rest & relaxation, be sure to stay at one of these Northwest Wisconsin WBBA member inns:
Old Rittenhouse Inn, Bayfield
Old Rittenhouse Inn is located just blocks from Lake Superior and the Apostle Islands, including Madeline Island. The area holds attractions for all ages including sailing, boating, swimming, fishing, shopping, kayaking, biking, hiking, birdwatching, scenic home tours, a ghostwalk, and so much more.
Inn On Lake Wissota, Chippewa Falls
Inn On Lake Wissota is located on the north shore of Lake Wissota and just minutes from historic downtown Chippewa Falls. You will find the Old Abe State Trail within 1/2 mile from the B&B, along with Lake Wissota Golf Course. Lake Wissota State Park offers hiking, cross-country skiing and snowshoe trails.
Phipps Inn B&B, Hudson
Phipps Inn B&B is a lovely Victorian House in the St. Croix Valley. Hiking – or strolling – to the waterfalls in Willow River State Park is a favorite of guests. If quiet time in this big house is more your style the parlor, music room and billiards room on the first floor and the third floor reading and game room are just what you need. A walk out the front door of Phipps Inn has you within walking distances of many of the city's shops and restaurants.
Cobblestone B&B, Birchwood
Every season offers a reason to visit Cobblestone B&B. The grounds of this beautiful bed and breakfast inn offer a perfect setting for a peaceful respite after your travels. The Community of Birchwood is equally unique, offering many activities to enjoy and sights to see during your stay. Birchwood is known as the "Four Corners" because it's centrally located between Rice Lake, Spooner, Ladysmith and Hayward, Wisconsin.
Are you ready to Seek the Unique?