Lac du Flambeau
Originally called Waswagoning, meaning “a place where they fish by torchlight” in Ojibwe, the French fur traders who came to this northern Wisconsin region called it “Lake of the Torch.” Today, the town of Lac du Flambeau sits at the center of the Lac du Flambeau Reservation, a scenic Northwoods area that boasts 250 lakes, abundant wildlife, legendary fishing and miles of snowmobile trails made for all-season fun. Learn more about the Ojibwe Nation’s rich culture at the local museum, test your luck at the casino and enjoy the outdoors with friends at one of the area's beautiful campgrounds.
Explore everything this area has to offer — from activities and attractions, to fairs and festivals, there's something here for everybody! Dig into these great stories and get inspired for your next Wisconsin vacation.
Explore the Area
From soaking up the summer sun to hitting the trails after a fresh snowfall, Wisconsin has no shortage of activities for every season. Here's an idea of what the weather in this area is like to help get your planning started!