When people talk about a classic Northwoods vacation, they’re talking about the Eagle River area. Located on a chain of twenty-eight lakes, the largest freshwater chain in the world, Eagle River is famous for its clear, cool lakes filled with game fish.
Ice cream parlors, candy stores and souvenir shops line Eagle River’s Main Street, conveying a genuine small town charm. In autumn, more than 40,000 enjoy the city’s Cranberry Fest – the largest food festival in the Northwoods. In winter, the community shifts gears to cross-country skiing and snowmobiling, including the World’s Championship Snowmobile Derby held on the city’s half mile iced oval.
Eagle River Area Chamber of Commerce & Visitors Center
Country Store of Eagle River
Candy and ice cream store with award winning fudge, turtles, caramel corn and peanut brittle made right in the shop. Large selection of chocolates, sugarfree...
Flambeau Dual Sport Motorcycle Path
This is a 185 mile dual sport path that travels through scenic forests in the Eagle River, Woodruff, and Park Falls area in northern Wisconsin. It includes...
The Toy Shop of Eagle River
We sell & service ATV's, motorcycles, scooters, dune buggies, PWC, Waverunners, snowmobiles & UTV's new & used. We are also your one-stop-fun-shop with...
Pitlik's Sand Beach Resort, Inc.
Pitlik's Sand Beach Resort offers its visitors the simple beauty of the Wisconsin's Northwoods in a setting that has all the comforts of home. Whether it's...
Sweetwater Spirits & Resort
Food served daily. Daily specials. Homemade pizza, soup, chili, and broasted chicken dinners. Come by car, boat, or the snowmobile trail. Six TV’s for all...
Eagle Waters Resort
Eagle Waters Resort is a four-season historic resort located on Eagle Lake, directly on the Chain of 28 Lakes. Our resort offers traditional hotel-style rooms,...
7 Natural Scenic Wonders of Oneida County
Natural Attractions and Parks
With towering pine trees and pristine scenery, Oneida County is a natural destination popular for biking, hiking, cross country skiing, fishing and wildlife...