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Located on the Namekagon River and Trego Lake in Northwest Wisconsin, Trego offers the perfect getaway for water sports enthusiasts. Here you will find kayaking, canoeing, fishing, tubing, and anything else that involves enjoying Wisconsin waterways! This scenic region is also a favorite for ice fishing and snowmobiling for those who like to enjoy Wisconsin’s fabulous outdoors during the cold weather months. Trego shares the region’s history of beginning as a logging community.
Don’t leave without tasting…
The homemade pies at the Trego Dinner Bell. Not only are the pies delicious, but the classic milkshakes, sundaes, and apple dumplings will keep you coming back time and time again. Venture off the beaten path a bit and head up to Heartwood Conference Center & Retreat to experience the unique flavors of the Pine Lodge Restaurant. Chef specialties include Walleye Cakes, Ribeye Steak, and the Espresso Crème Brulee.
Explore your adventurous side…
On the Namekagon River, operated by the National Park Service. The Namekagon is perfect for tubing, canoeing and kayaking. Rentals are available through Camp Namekagon, Log Cabin, and Jack’s Canoe Rental. Another great way to explore the area is on the Wild Rivers State Trail. ATVs and snowmobiles can get to most of the local businesses as the Wild Rivers Trail passes right through the heart of Trego and connects to the largest trail system in the Midwest.
Fishing? You’ll catch the big one if you…
Check out Trego Lake, with a wide variety of fish including the much sought after musky. Trego Lake is a flowage on the Namekagon River and is part of the National Park System. Unlike other National Parks, the Namekagon River is a free park to visit and offers many recreational opportunities including excellent trout fishing.