Step One: Create a Trip
Once you login you can create a new trip or edit existing trips. Set your trip name, description, privacy and dates before you begin.
Step Two: Add Items
Add items from our Places to Stay, Things to Do, Dining and Events sections to your trip by clicking the Add to Trip icon throughout the site or from within the Trip Planner.
Step Three: Print and Share
Print details of your trip and share your trip with friends on your favorite social network or via email.
Rusk County is a haven for outdoor recreation. From the picturesque Blue Hills to the majestic Flambeau River, year-round recreation is abundant. The area is a Midwest destination for paddle sports with four excellent waterways traversing the county - the Chippewa, Flambeau, Thornapple, and Jump Rivers. Seven different trail systems support nearly every user: snowmobiling, ATVing, world-class cross country skiing, equestrian, downhill skiing, off-road biking, and 27 miles of Wisconsin’s Ice Age Trail. Hikers and birders will also enjoy the trails of the reclaimed Flambeau Mine nature area. Not just an outdoor escape, the county also offers a number of historic/cultural attractions including a county museum and a locomotive and several cars displayed at the Rusk County Visitor Center, both in Ladysmith. Performing arts and a growing artisan community make Ladysmith and Rusk County a vibrant and diverse destination.