Highbridge Hills Sports Complex

View Website Favorite 68446 Mile Rd - Highbridge, WI 54846
Office: 715-681-0112
Traverses a nicely groomed hillside with spectacular views of the Chequamegon National Forest. Starts at top of hill with over 100-ft. elevation drop. Half the holes are wooded and natural ponds come into play in a few spots. The Complex boasts ten professional level 18 hole disc golf courses including Highbridge Gold, Blueberry Hill, Granite Ridge, Woodland Greens, and The Bear. Rough camping, Honka House available for 2-20 people, hiking, mountain biking, cross-country skiing and much more.
  • Features
    • Pets Welcome/Inquire
    • Camping
  • Snowshoeing
    • Yes
  • Sledding
    • Yes
  • Sleeps
    • 2-20
  • Campground Type
    • Tent
  • Nature Trails
    • Yes
  • Adventure Sports Activities
    • Disc Golf

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Ice-O-Rama 3/03/2018 - 3/04/2018 Ashland - 16.99 miles away
Ice-O-Rama 3/03/2018 - 3/04/2018 Ashland - 16.99 miles away
Book Across the Bay 2/17/2018 Ashland - 18.22 miles away
Hot Air for Hearts Balloon Rally 3/09/2018 - 3/11/2018 Cable - 21.34 miles away
Bike Across the Bay 2/18/2018 Washburn - 22.12 miles away
Drummond Bar Stool Races 2/17/2018 Drummond - 24.49 miles away

Travel Green Wisconsin Certified


Certified: (Req. 30 Points)

To be certified through Travel Green Wisconsin, all participants must achieve at least 30 points on the Travel Green Wisconsin Checklist. The more points a business attains, the greener they are in their operations.

Green Innovations

  • Property is certified organic through FVO; they prevent the introduction and transportation of invasive species by taking preventive actions and by educating their customers about invasive species. They landscape with native plants, which minimizes the need for excess watering and fertilization. Watering, when necessary, takes place in the early morning or at night to minimize evaporation.
  • Construction materials from picnic tables to cabins to benches use materials that have either been torn down or left for scrap and would otherwise go to the landfill. Local contractors are used as well.
  • Leave No Trace principles are promoted to customers and employees. Publications are provided offering information on native plants and wildlife, and interpretative signs are used to educate customers.
  • Staff is encouraged to uphold sustainable practices by including an evaluation of these practices in performance appraisals. Interpretation and/or educational opportunities are provided for visitors and a mechanism is in place for feedback from customers about the business' sustainability and environmental improvement efforts.