Local Attractions


Lakewood Area Chamber of Commerce

Check out the Lakewood Area Chamber of Commerce webpage to stay up to date on upcoming local events.

Check out our Outdoor Escape Guide!

https://issuu.com/ocontocounty/docs/outdoor_recreation_guide_2021_lakewood

Oconto County

Over 1,050 square miles are crisscrossed with networks of trails devoted to meeting your expectations for fun and recreation. Hundreds of miles of ATV and snowmobile trails will transport you to your vacation destination. These trails provide an excellent path to adventure as summer biking and hiking trails.

Snowmobile and ATV Trails

Hidden Bear Trail ATV Club (ATV only)
Iron Snow Shoe Snowmobile Club (ATV and Snowmobile)
Red Arrow Snowmobile-ATV Club (ATV and Snowmobile)
Paul Bunyan Riders Snowmobile Club (Snowmobile only)
Forest County Forestry & Rec (ATV and Snowmobile)

ATV Capital of the World

You will have access to over 130 miles of ATV trails just a short distance from Waubee Lake Lodge.

McCauslin Golf Course

McCauslin Golf Course is located 4 miles from Waubee Lodge on County Trunk F. A picturesque, 18 holes golf course winding around McCauslin Brook proves to be a favorite among avid golfers.  https://www.mccauslinbrook.com/ 
For Tee Times call (715) 276-7623

Woodland Trails Winery

17153 Big Hill Rd, Lakewood, WI 54138
Store: (715) 276-9463​(wine)
Office:(715) 616-2204

Business Hours for Summer:
Monday – Friday 12:00pm – 5:00pm
Saturday: 10:00am – 5:00pm
Sunday: 10:00am – 3:00pm
Hours may change with season, please call for the latest

https://woodlandtrailwinery.com/

Cathedral of Pines

Follow this 1/4 mile trail into a unique "cathedral" of towering pines and hemlock trees. This area survived Wisconsin's logging era and has been preserved in its natural state.

Kosir's Rapid Rafts & Campground

Wisconsin's first professional whitewater rafting outfitter with operations on both the "Roaring Rapids" section of the Peshtigo River and the mighty "Piers Gorge" section of the Menominee River.

These are the most exciting and challenging whitewater rafting trips in Northern Wisconsin! We challenge you to compare our whitewater rafting adventures to any other in the Midwest!  https://www.kosirs.com/      (715) 927-3608 

Sweet Memories Candy Shoppe

Sweet Memories Candy Shoppe opened its door in the spring of 1991. Located across the street from its current location, you could find 8 kinds of salt water taffy, 6 kinds of Jelly Belly Beans®, about 10 kinds of chocolates and a handful of miscellaneous candies. You could only find sweet treats there in the summer.

The store moved to its current location in the fall of 1993 and the amount of candy available and the space to house the candy grew and grew to its current size.

Now there are 60 flavors of salt water taffy, over 50 flavors of Jelly Belly Beans®, 36 flavors of homemade fudge, 20 gourmet ice cream choices, 2 candy cases full of chocolates, and a big room with candy favorites for kids of all ages.

Find gift items, toys, and family games to play at the cottage on a rainy day.

Sweet Memories Candy Shoppe has become part of families' "up-north" traditions for over 28 years. We are pleased to be a must see stop in northern Oconto County, Wisconsin.    https://www.sweetmemoriescandyshoppe.com/    (715) 276-9873

Mountain Fire Lookout Tower

This tower is one of the last standing of the 20 built in Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest in the 1930s. Visitors are able to climb to the top of the tower for a panoramic view of the surrounding countryside.

Bagley Rapids

Set among the pines, at Bagley Rapids, you can observe millions of gallons of water rushing down on the Oconto River.

Wildman Adventure Resort

Offering 9 half-day, guided outdoor adventures. We have something for everyone, wild to mild! Celebrating 30+ years of outdoor adventure in the Northwoods of Wisconsin!

Northwoods Powersports Adventures Guided UTV Tours!

Northwoods Powersports Adventures

Fully Guided UTV Tours- Use our machine or bring your own
A perfect way to experience the Northwoods of Wisconsin's full beauty, our fully guided tours include: an experienced guide, snacks and drinks, all fuel, and safety gear. We provide top of the line Can-Am UTVs that seat 2-4 people and have automatic transmissions and comfortable seats. Have your own ride? Feel free to join the tour anytime!      https://northwoodspowersportsadventure.godaddysites.com/

Waterfalls

Nearby Marinette County is the Waterfall Capital of Wisconsin, with 15 waterfalls to explore. Our self-guided Waterfall Tours provide an easy, family-friendly way to get back to nature.     
https://www.marinettecounty.com/departments/reservations/outdoor-recreation/waterfalls/

Local Hiking

Day Hiking

Boulder Lake Recreation Area Trail – Located five minutes southeast of Langlade, the Boulder Lake Campground Trail winds two miles in length through moderate to easy rolling terrain. Hike up and down the ridges around a large open bog area. 

Cathedral Pines Trail – Located two miles west of Lakewood is a 40-acre grove of white pine and hemlock that escaped cutting in the 1900s. This short 0.3 mile trail is in relatively easy terrain and is also below 8% grade for accessibility. 

Chute Pond Overlook Trail – This short, moderately steep trail leads to the top of a rock outcrop that features five vistas. Three of the vistas overlook Chute Pond, one looks over a Forest Service tree plantation, and one looks north along State Highway 32 with Bagley Rapids on the west and Green Lake on the east. 

Jones Springs Area Trail – You are bound to see wildlife on this trail. Jones Spring is a 2,000 acre area managed for non-motorized use and offers several loops of hiking and groomed cross-country ski trails (for traditional style skiing). The area features three lakes. Fanny Lake has five walk-in campsites on the shore. 

Marantha Ski Trail – This trail is maintained by the privately-run Silver Birch Ranch and is a system of interconnected loops. Trail riding on horses is also allowed on this trail. 

Quartz Hill Hiking Trail – This trail has two sections, one located on the east and one on the west side of State Highway 32. The east section leads across a boardwalk to the top of McCaslin Mountain. It has moderately steep sections, but the view from the top of this quartz rock outcrop is worth the climb.  The west portion of this trail leads to the site of the Carter Fire Lookout Tower.  From Carter, take State Highway 32 south 1 mile. The parking area is on the west side of the highway. A sign with trail map is at the trailhead. To get to the east portion of the trail from the parking lot you must cross over State Highway 32. The trail section to the east to McCaslin Mountain is 6/10 mile. The section to the west to Carter Tower site is 3/4 mile. 
Lakewood Cross Country Ski Trail – The Lakewood Ski Trail winds through beautiful, wooded settings with rolling hills. The 25 kilometer main trail, known as the blue trail is continuous between McCaslin Brook Country Club and County F. Several secondary loops connect to the blue trail. 

McComb Nordic Ski Trail – A great place for a day hike during the spring, summer or fall. The McComb Nordic Ski Trails consist of several loops of varying length in gently rolling terrain. A trail map is located at the trailhead. 

https://www.fs.usda.gov/recarea/cnnf/recarea/?recid=83121#:~:text=Day%20Hiking,trailhead.%20Click%20here%20for%20more%20information.