Flambeau River State Forest
92,000 acres of forestland along two branches of the Flambeau River. 75 miles of whitewater canoeing with rustic camping at 35 sites along the river; and at 60 sites in two improved campgrounds. Fishing, hiking, mountain biking, birding, and 40 miles of signed ATV trails. 22 miles of cross country skiing- 14 miles groomed; 8 miles ungroomed.
Located 15 miles east of Winter via Cty W in eastern Sawyer Co.
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Articles: Flambeau River State Forest
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