Giant White Pine Grove State Natural Area
One of the best examples of mature, northern mesic forest in northeastern Wisconsin. Located in the Headwaters Wilderness Area, the forest canopy of this 30-acre site contains large hemlock, sugar maple, yellow birch, and basswood. Huge white pines, some more than 3 feet in diameter, tower above the forest.
From Three Lakes travel east 4.7 miles on Hwy. 32; then 0.6 mile east on Julia Lake Road; then south and east 3.1 miles on Scott Lake Road (FR 2183); then northeast 1.6 miles on Giant Pine Road (FR2414) to a parking area west of the road.
Places To Stay: Near Giant White Pine Grove State Natural Area