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Three Lakes, WI

Three Lakes, WI

Nestled in the heart of the Northwoods, the town of Three Lakes stands out like jewel surrounded by the world’s largest chain of lakes and the Nicolet National Forest. There is plenty of natural beauty and activities for anyone to enjoy year round. From fishing to plenty of unique shopping, the fun never stops in Three Lakes. In addition to being named the ‘Single Best Town in America’ in 2010, Three Lakes has many accolades including the only vintage grass snowmobile drag in the summer and it’s very own Northwoods Petroleum Museum, both free to the public. With all of the great places to stay, play, or just relax, Three Lakes truly is the jewel of the Nicolet.

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Three Lakes, WI

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  • Three Lakes Center For The Arts Learn

    Visit the newly remodeled theater for movies and live performances, but don’t forget to check out the showcase of local artists on display.

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  • Three Lakes Chamber of Commerce Learn

    Three Lakes is a small community nestled amidst the 650,000-acre Chequamegon Nicolet National Forest, known for its crystal clear lakes, abundant fisheries, trophy deer and an array of wildlife species.

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  • Three Lakes Museum Learn

    The Three Lakes Historical Society is dedicated to collecting, preserving, and sharing historical and cultural artifacts related to the history of the community of Three Lakes and the surrounding area.

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  • Three Lakes Wheel-A-Way Learn

    This ride takes place on a 36 mile or 18 mile route through the beautiful Nicolet National Forrest and is open to all ages. It’s a long haul but lunch is provided along the way to help keep up the energy.

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  • Three Lakes Winery Play

    The winery offers tours featuring all steps of the wine making process from fermentation to bottling and labeling. Also, find a wide selection of gourmet foods and gift items, as well as a new line of traditional grape wines for sampling. Wine tastings are free and offered year-round, seven days a week.

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  • First National Bank Learn

    First National Bank of Three Lakes

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  • The Open Armoire Learn

    Unique women’s accessories, jewelry, gifts and home decor. Specialty and designer infant and toddler clothing, gifts and accessories.

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  • Northern Lights Snowmobile Club Learn

    Join the club or just pick up a map to discover all of the winter snowmobiling trails in the Three Lakes area.

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  • Burnt Rollways Boat Hoist Learn

    Learn more about the history, hours of operations, and fees.

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  • Oneida Village Inn Stay

    Located in downtown Three Lakes and nestled in the heart of the Northwoods with easy access to everything the area has to offer.

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  • The Harbor Campground Stay

    This campground has over 100 custom RV sites, 40 tent sites, and cabins for rent. Be sure to check out the newly remodeled Tiki Room Bar.

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  • Northernaire Resort & Spa Stay

    On the shores of Deer Lake, the “Waldorf of the Wilderness” has return to former glory. Stay at one of the well-appointed condo suites or cabins.

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  • Northwoods Heritage Fest Play

    Join us on Friday, July 11, 10am-9pm and Saturday, July 12, 10am-9pm as we celebrate German, Polish, Irish, Italian and Wisconsin heritages. Featuring great traditional foods, beverages, history, exhibits, product & dress. Timberworks Lumberjack Shows on Friday, Fun children & adult Games & Activities, Cakewalk, Arts & Crafts Show, Entertainment & International Beer Garden Pavilion. Come out to the fest and celebrate your heritage! We encourage everyone to wear their colors and attire during the two fun-filled days of Northwoods Heritage Fest. Fun for all ages!

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  • Aqua Devils Ski Shows See

    From June to August, be sure to head down to Big Stone Lake to check the thrills and chills of the show that has been performing since 1958. Shows are every Wednesday and Sunday in season.

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  • Northwoods Petroleum Museum Learn

    Come visit with Ed and his collection of over three thousand items at this museum dedicated to that fuel for the car.

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  • Black Forest Pub & Grille Eat

    Chill in this relaxing dinning atmosphere to a cocktail or specialty dinner like steak, seafood, or pasta.

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  • Bonnie’s Lakesid Eat

    Come in for a cool drink or a great meal and enjoy gazing out Spirit Lake and deer while dinning. Make sure to try the famous Bloody Mary’s or Breaded Walleye Cheeks.

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  • Pine Isle Sports Bar & Grill Eat

    Located on Medicine Lake, this is the perfect spot to gather with friends and family for waterfront dining or watching a game on one of the many plasma TVs. This dining landmark is serving up a variety of appetizers, flavorful steaks, oversized sandwiches, salads and seasonal specials.

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  • Sunset Grill Eat

    Whether arrival is by car, plane, or boat, there is plenty food to fill up on at the Sunset Grill. Located on the shores of Big Stone Lake on Highway 32.

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