At the top of Wisconsin in beautiful Vilas County. Boulder Junction is a quintessential Northwoods town. Family vacation memories are made here. With more than 1,000 area lakes, you can fish, boat, paddle, swim, and water-ski the summer away. Boulder Junction prides itself as the Musky Capital of the World. Visitors enjoy a 100-year tradition of hospitality evident in the area’s shops, restaurants, and lodging. Biking on the Heart of Vilas County Paved Bike Trail is near heaven – over 45 miles of paved trail through the pristine Northern Highland-American Legion State Forest.
Music on Main Street
July 06 - August 10
Local musicians perform in Downtown Boulder Junction Wednesday evenings. Call the Chamber for a complete schedule.
60th Annual Musky Jamboree Weekend
August 12 - August 14
The festivities kick off with a bang on Friday night, 7-10 pm, with live music by Hip Pocket at our street party under a large tent near Coontail Corner and a...
Alder Lake Cranberry Gift Shop
The Alder Lake Cranberry Gift Shop features a wide array of cranberry specialty items. Including a large selection of cranberry cookbooks, cranberry scented...
Grassy Creek Ranch Trail Rides
Horseback riding in the scenic Northern Higland State Forest. Known for exceptional horses, scenic trails and courteous guides. Offer a quality, personalized...
Headwaters Restaurant & Tavern
On a hill overlooking the Manitowish River, this rustic old tavern from the 30's provides the food, spirits and fun you would expect from the great Northwoods.
Fresh baked breads, rolls, sweets and more. Come see us!
Gooch's A-1 Bar & Grill
Serving broasted chicken, Friday fish fry & Saturday night steaks. Birthday parties, weddings, reunions & anniversaries. Plenty of ample parking! 3 miles...
Come Fry With Me: The Wisconsin Fish Fry
Pubs & Taverns
The Friday night fish fry is a Wisconsin tradition. One state insider shares the history behind it – and better yet – the spots the locals go for this culinary...
Wisconsin Fish Fries: Friday Favorites
Other Specialty Foods
Fish fries are a staple in Wisconsin’s food culture (right along with curds and beer brats). No matter what time of year, foodies flock to taverns, supper...