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Recreation

Stone Lake, Wisconsin is rife with recreational opportunities. Whether you're looking to spend some time in the great outdoors, or prefer attending some of our regional cornerstone events, there's always something for you to discover in Stone Lake.

Stone Lake Wetland Park

Features 17.4 acres of wetland and upper ridge walking trails, a 600 foot boardwalk, covered walking bridge and gazebo overlooking beautiful Stone Lake and the Canadian National Railroad. Gain access to downtown Stone Lake behind The Last Frontier Antiques on Highway 70, or the main entrance located at Highway 70 and 3rd Street North.

Green Lake - Sis Hiking Trail

Located 8 miles south of Stone Lake, south on BB (becomes Ranch Rd -> Little Sis Rd -> Green Lake Rd). Trailheads with parking lots are located on Little Sissabagama Rd. and Green Lake Rd. Parking lots are plowed in the winter for xc skiing and snowshoeing. The trail is 3.5 miles long and winds through the woods an by 4 wilderness lakes. No motorized vehicles. 

Dugan Horse Trail

Just 5 miles west of Stone Lake, the trail-head and campground is located 2 miles north of Highway 70 on Dugan Lake Road. There are presently 12 miles of designated horse trails winding through a variety of forest types, with several small lakes and 2 creeks. The campground has 10 truck/trailer parking units and a large, group camping area featuring fire rings, toilet and manure pit. There is no fee to use the facility

Spring Lake Park

One mile south of Stone Lake on the Birchwood Fire Lane off of County Highway B. Primitive camping sites with tables and fire rings. No electric. Dock, open shelter, vault toilets, hand pump for water - fee for camping. 

Lion's Club Park

Located north of Stone Lake at the intersection of Highway 70 and County Road A. The park offer a pavilion, baseball diamond, volleyball area and a kids' playground. 

Rustic Road #71

Located one mile west of town on Lake Road and Little Stone Lake Road, between Highway 70 and County Road A. Take a beautiful ride that skirts the western shore of Stone Lake where deer, raccoons, loons and other waterfowl are often present. The trees along the route form a graceful arch overhead creating a tunnel of reen over much of this two-mile rustic road. 

Sawmill Lake County Park

Nine miles south of Stone Lake on the Birchwood Fire Lane off of County Highway B. Primitive camping sites with tables & fire rings, no electric. Dock, open shelter, vault toilets, hand pump for water. Fee for camping

Nordic Ski Trail

About 4 miles west of Stone Lake is the nicest trail system in the area. Entirely wooded and 10.7 kilometers long, the trail winds around numerous lakes. It's great for intermediate and advanced skiers. Two adirondack shelters on the trail provide good resting areas. 

Stone Lake Historical Society Museum - Stone Lake Depot

Located one half mile east of Stone Lake on Highway 70. Open Memorial Day weekend through the first week in October.

Other Area Attractions

Artisan Wells

Fall Color Tours

Skate Park

Ice Skating Park

Mackey School

Snowmobile Trails

Wilderness Walk Zoo & Park

Fishing Hall of Fame

World Record Musky on Display

LCO Casino & Convention Center

Golf Courses

Railroad Museum

Hunt Hill Audubon Sanctuary


 

World's Largest Musky Hatchery

American Birkebeiner - February

Musky Festival - June

Spooner Rodeo - July

Honor the Earth Pow Wow - July

Lumberjack World Championships - July

Chequamegon Fat Tire Race - September

Other Area Attractions

Artisan Wells

Fall Color Tours

Skate Park

Ice Skating Park

Mackey School

Snowmobile Trails

Wilderness Walk Zoo & Park

Fishing Hall of Fame

World Record Musky on Display

LCO Casino & Convention Center

Golf Courses

Railroad Museum

Hunt Hill Audubon Sanctuary

World's Largest Musky Hatchery

American Birkebeiner - February

Musky Festival - June

Spooner Rodeo - July

Honor the Earth Pow Wow - July

Lumberjack World Championships - July

Chequamegon Fat Tire Race - September


 

Area Lakes

Stone Lake 49' Northern Pike, Walleye, Bass, Pan fish
Sand Lake 928 Acres | 50' Musky, Walleye, Smallmouth Bass, Pan fish
Big Sissabagama Lake 719 Acres | 55' Musky, Walleye, Bass, Pan fish
Little Sissabagama 299 Acres | 75' Musky, Bass, Pan fish
Long Lake 3290 Acres | 74' Northern Pike, Walleye, Bass, Pan fish
Whitefish Lake 800 Acres | 104' Musky, Northern Pike, Bass, Pan fish
Grindstone Lake 3111 Acres | 60' Musky, Northern Pike, Bass, Walleye, Pan fish
Big Chetac Lake 1920 Acres | 28' Northern Pike, Walleye, Bass, Pan fish
Lac Courte Oreilles 5039 Acres | 90' Musky, Northern Pike, Bass, Walleye, Pan fish

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