Lakewood, located in northern Oconto County, is a quiet town appealing to visitors looking to enjoy the peace and serenity the town offers. Water sports such as kayaking, canoeing, water skiing and wakeboarding are popular activities for area visitors. Lumbering was the original dominant industry of the town, and the Holt and Balcom Logging Camp offers visitors the unique opportunity to experience how lumberjacks lived while the camp was operational. It is believed to be the oldest logging camp in the United States on its original site.
Lakes Country Arts and Crafts Show
37th annual Lakes Country Arts and Craft Show has 263 booths occupied by 175 crafters offering original work. Free admission and free parking. Please, no pets...
A festival of artists, musicians and food in downtown Lakewood. Artisans, crafters, antique dealers, and food vendors set up at various locations throughout...
Boulder Lake Campground
Located in the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest, Boulder Lake is the largest campground in the forest that features freshwater fishing as well as trout...
McCauslin Brook Golf & Country Club
McCauslin Brook Golf and Country Club is located on the beautiful McCauslin Brook, offering both a challenging and enjoyable golfing experience. MBGC is one of...