Spring fever is in the air after a long-lasting, cold winter. As the Northwoods starts to bloom, visitors and locals alike begin to buzz about the beautiful natural landscapes by biking and birding and touring Eagle River’s local hotspots and hangouts.
With miles of biking trails and birding hideouts, springtime in the Northwoods is a truly magnificent time to visit. From hearing the tweets of birds to the tunes of the town, explore downtown Eagle River, which holds weekly farmer’s markets offering fresh, homegrown produce and now has over two dozen new businesses making for the ultimate spring shopping excursion. Annually, the Eagle River Chamber of Commerce holds the lively Memorial Day Arts & Crafts show gathering the community together over hand-crafted goods, Wisconsin’s finest foods with the backdrop of local live music.
As you make your way through the charming downtown, see the local hotspots and hangouts for yourself, starting with The Warehouse–a community arts center dedicated to giving Eagle River a creative outlet to connect with one another. This uniquely Wisconsin joint tucked in downtown Eagle River has something for the kids, arts and crafts, and for the adults, a full bar.
Keep the good times rolling and walk to Mary Kate’s Wine Bar filled with inviting music and a truly Northwoods rustic aesthetic. Uncork and unwind with flights of kegged wine and perfectly paired cheese boards. Their speakeasy feel invites the community to gather together, supporting one another on local business at a time.