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.
Frozen Tozen Winter Fest
The 8th annual day of ice fishing on Allequash Lake followed by an award ceremony and raffle drawing at an area restaurant at 5pm. Registration fee $20 with...
White Deer Triathlon
Paddle, Bike, Run! Come join the fun! The Boulder Junction Chamber of Commerce is hosting their 2nd annual “White Deer Triathlon”. The White Deer Triathlon’s...
Arlene's Pottery & Gallery, LLC
Visit the gallery in the middle of town that features the many different styles of Arlene’s handmade stoneware pottery and pottery made to reflect the...
Retail jewelry store specializing in gold, silver and gemstones. Boulder Junction's widest selection of fine jewelry.
Moondeer & Friends Gallery
Main Street's most interesting new gallery features fine contemporary art & craft lovingly arranged amidst antiques & artifacts from around the world as well...
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...
Outdoorsman, The (Inn and Restaurant)
Restaurant and Inn with 8 rooms, serving breakfast, lunch and gourmet dinner year round. Featuring homemade soups, desserts, baked goods and the Chef's...
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.
7 Scenic Natural Wonders of Vilas County
Natural Attractions and Parks
Nowhere in the Midwest will you come across a higher concentration of inland freshwater lakes. Come see all the natural beauty they have to share!