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Small-Town Fun: Tomahawk & Lincoln County
Last Updated: 6/30/2013
“Unspoiled wilderness.” It’s a phrase you hear a little too much, but when it comes to Tomahawk and Lincoln County, there’s really no better way to describe it.
Experience water, woods, and wildlife. Whether you’re fishing on one of the scenic lakes, or taking a stroll along the Wisconsin River, it’s easy to see why Tomahawk and Lincoln County are ideal for lovers of the outdoors. You’ll find all kinds of parks in the area. A favorite is Council Grounds State Park, which spans 508 beautiful acres on the Wisconsin River. Bring your tent and set up camp at one of the parks 55 campsites complete with showers and flushing toilets.
If you’re looking to explore the beautiful Northwoods in a new way, stop by Chism Trail Ranch where you can take in all the views on horseback. Never ridden before? Don’t let that stop you! Lessons, training and group parties are available.
If camping isn’t your thing, there are plenty of cozy accommodations in the area. At Pine Cone Ranch Resort, situated on Crystal Lake, you can choose between a luxurious ultra-modern cabin, or rustic traditional pine cabin. Candlewick Bed & Breakfast Inn is the perfect warm and romantic getaway. This elegantly restored mansion from the 1880s is fully furnished with fine antiques and historic furniture. If you’re not quite ready to cut the ties to wi-fi, you can check in to Loon Bay Resort. This 3-cabin haven on Lake Nokomis features furnished, fully equipped cabins with cable TV and wireless Internet.
With all that there is to do and explore in Tomahawk and Lincoln County, it’s the perfect place to vacation any time of year.This entry was posted in Things to Do