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Welcome

Welcome to Langlade County...

Friends, gather here at the trailhead, and prepare to embark on your journey through the County of Trails. Located in the heart of the Northwoods, Langlade County manages over 130,000 acres of forestlands for the use and enjoyment of the public. Whether you prefer to enjoy the rustic beauty of northern Wisconsin by hiking the Ice Age Trail or by riding designated trails by ATV or snowmobile, Langlade County has the recreational trail for you. Come and enjoy the sense of community that defines Langlade County. Experience a friendly and relaxing atmosphere while you shop, dine, or play. In Langlade County, you’re together with friends.

Table of Contents

Events..................................................... 4 Fields & Parks....................................... 5 ATV/UTV............................................. 6 Snowmobiling....................................... 7 Winter Silent Sports............................. 8 Hunting.................................................. 9 Fishing................................................. 10 Lakes..................................................... 11 Cycling................................................. 12 Hiking.................................................. 13

Horse Riding & Sled Dog Trails....... 14 Museums............................................. 15 Golfing................................................. 16 Scenic Byway....................................... 17 Paddling Wolf River........................... 17 Dining Guide...................................... 18 Lodging Guide.................................... 19 Downtown Antigo.........................20-21 Advertisers......................................20-32

Distances to Area Community From Antigo DEERBROOK

approximately 7 miles (12 minute drive)

ELCHO

approximately 22 miles (26 minute drive)

PEARSON

approximately 22 miles (29 minute drive)

PICKEREL

approximately 24 miles (30 minute drive)

WHITE LAKE

approximately 21 miles (27 minute drive)

GLEASON

approximately 29 miles (35 minute drive)

SUMMIT LAKE

approximately 18 miles (23 minute drive)

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PHLOX

approximately 13 miles (18 minute drive)

RHINELANDER

approximately 45 miles (57 minute drive)

LAKEWOOD

approximately 40 miles (45 minute drive)

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Weekly Summer Events Monday Night Women’s Road Bike Ride – Aspirus Langlade Hospital Parking Lot F at 5:30 pm. Monday Jack Lake Silent Sport Association Group Run – Veteran’s Memorial Park/Jack Lake Campground at 5:30 pm. Tuesday Morning Road Bike Ride – Peaceful Valley Park shelter at 10:00 am in the spring and 9:00 am in the summer. Wednesday Night Road Bike Ride – Langlade County Courthouse parking lot at 4:00 pm. Thursday Jack Lake Silent Sport Association Mountain Bike Group Rides – Memorial Park/Jack Lake Campground at 5:30 pm. Farmer’s Market – Every Saturday from 8 am until noon, June 6 through September 26, at Heinzen Peaceful Valley Pavilion. Langlade County’s Acclaimed Music in the Park – June, July, and August free concerts at Antigo’s City Park West Bandstand, Elcho’s Community Pavilion and the White Lake Depot. Food and custard available to purchase at 5:30 pm. Concerts begin at 6:00 pm. See listing of performers on ad #26.

Monthly Summer Events LAMBA Group Mountain Bike Rides – Check LAMBA’s website (www.lambatrails.com) for dates and time of the monthly group mountain bike rides in eastern Langlade County.

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JANUARY Langlade County Snowmobile Council Ride-In Elcho X-C Club Annual Ski Junket Trivia Night FEBRUARY 1 46th Annual White Lake Volunteer Fire Department Fishing Derby 2 Classic Cruise Antique & Vintage Snowmobile Ride 8 Pickerel Rescue Squad Pancake Feed 8 Schuh’s Winter Plunge Jump-In 8 Tombstone Pickerel Chili Ride In 15 22nd Annual Post Lake Improvement Association Ice Fishing Jamboree MARCH 14 29th Annual Pickerel-Pearson St. Patrick’s Day Parade 27 Cabin Fever APRIL 5 Ice Age Trail Spring Hike 17-19 Antigo Gun Show MAY 2 Old Fashion Plow Day 2 Oxbow Odyssey 22-24 Post Lake Improvement Association Memorial Weekend Bullhead Fishing Tournament 26 Antigo Memorial Day Parade JUNE 5-6 MC Classic Rock Fest 6 Twister Trot Trail Run 5K and 15K 6 Mike Pomasol Golf Outing 13 Antigo Trout Unlimited Sponsored Kids Fishing Day 19-20 Jack Lake Crazy Eights Family Run Weekend 26-27 Northern Round Up 26-28 Northwoods Exhibition 27 Jack Lake Crazy Eight Mountain Bike Race 27 Post Lake Improvement Association Fun Fest 27-28 Pre-Wolfie Clinic JULY 3 Post Lake Improvement Association Fireworks 25 25 31

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Post Lake Improvement Association 4th of July Boat Parade Antigo 4th of July Parade and Fireworks White Lake 4th of July Celebration

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Pickerel/Pearson Lion Club Golf Outing MK Triathlon & Splash-n-Dash Kids from Wisconsin Pickerel/Pearson Business Association Wine & Dine Golf Outing August 2 Langlade County Fair AUGUST 1 Deerbrook Rumble Motorcycle Ride 5-8 MC Country Fest 8-9 Equine Obstacle Course Challenge Competition 8 40th Annual Antigo Tater Trot 16 35th Annual Badgerland Classics & Customs Car Show 21-23 Moon Dance Music Blue Grass Festival 22 Harvest For Our Youth SEPTEMBER 4-6 Post Lake Improvement Association Labor Day Weekend Bullhead Fishing Tournament 5 Ice Age Trail Summer Hike 6 37th Annual Labor Day Picnic 11-13 Stumble Stump Rendezvous 12 Wolfman Triathlon 19 21st Annual Lakes & Leaves Bike Ride 19 4th Annual Post Lake Improvement Association Oktoberfest 26 Biketobeir Fest 26 Pickerel Family Fest & Rib Fest OCTOBER 3 Ice Age Trail National Trails Day Hike 17 45th Annual Junior Women’s Club Craft & Trade Show NOVEMBER 7-8 Dirty Dog Dryland Derby DECEMBER 2 23rd Annual Chili Cook-Off 2 Community Christmas Parade 26 Waffles at Gartzke


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aseball/softball is often referred to as American’s pastime. Antigo has had a long history of baseball and softball dating back to the 1920s when baseball was king in Langlade County. This is still true in Antigo for youth baseball and softball. Youth baseball is thriving in Antigo with Little League and Babe Ruth at various age levels and the American Legion baseball for teens. In addition, the Antigo Fillies offer various levels of softball for girls. Keeping with tradition, the Antigo Dug Out Club, Antigo Legion Baseball, and Antigo Fillies will be hosting various baseball and softball youth tournaments in the summer of 2020.

June 19–21, 2020

Antigo Dug Out Club Youth Baseball Tournament

June 26–28, 2020

Antigo 17U Junior Legion Baseball Tournament

July 10–12, 2020

Antigo 19U Legion Baseball Tournament

July 10–12, 2020

5th Annual Antigo Fillies Classic Tom Burkhart Memorial Youth Softball

July 17–19, 2020

Antigo Dug Out Club Youth Baseball Tournament

Fields&Parks Baseball & Softball Tournaments

Tournament games will be played on the following Antigo ball fields: Al Remington Ball Field Antigo Little League Park 830 Langlade Road Amenities include baseball field and toilets.

Saratoga Park 1235 Nantasket Street Amenities include baseball field, grills, picnic tables, playground, shelter, and toilets.

Antigo Lake Park 301 3rd Avenue Amenities include baseball field, grills, picnic tables, playground RV campground, shelter, shower, toilets, and walking trail.

Senior League Ball Field 215 3rd Avenue Amenities include baseball field.

Kretz Park 224 3rd Avenue Amenities include baseball field, picnic tables, shelter, and toilets.

Antigo High School Baseball Field 1900 10th Avenue, Antigo, WI Amenities include baseball field.

Antigo and Langlade County Parks Whether you are hiking and camping or playing basketball and baseball, Langlade County parks provide the perfect space for you to enjoy a day of fun in the beautiful Northwoods. For more information on area parks, see the map within this guide.

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here are over 100 miles of scenic ATV/UTV trails in Langlade County, traversing glacial moraines, upland hardwoods, cedar swamps, and small rivers and lakes. Terrain ranges from slightly rolling to very hilly. The trails connect to Forest, Oconto, Lincoln, and Oneida County ATV trails. ATV/UTV route can be accessed from Antigo’s northside hotels. The trails open with weather permitting May 1 and close December 1. For the official trail report, go to www. langladecounty.org For winter ATV riding opportunities, the Langlade County Snowmobile Trail System allows users to operate ATVs 10 days after the official opening of the snowmobile trails and when the temperature is below 28°F, as damage to the packed trail can occur when temperatures rise above that point. UTVs are not permitted on the snowmobile trail system.

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The ATV/UTV trails are located mostly on land owned, managed, and maintained by Langlade County—with the exception of trails on private property, which are maintained by local clubs. For more information, rules, regulations, and detailed maps, contact the Langlade County Forestry Department at 715-627-6300 or visit www.langladecounty.org.

Access the ATV/UTV trail system from these major parking areas:

PARRISH HIGHLAND TRAIL AREA • Hwy Q, at the Oneida/Langlade County Line • Hwy H, 2 miles south of Hwy 17 and Q • Hwy T, 3 miles west of Hwy 45, Summit Lake AUGUSTYN SPRINGS TRAIL AREA • Hwy A, 8 miles northeast of Neva from Hwy 45 WHITE LAKE TRAIL AREA • Sherry Rd, 1.25 miles north of Hwy 64, Polar • Hwy M/Maple St., Downtown White Lake


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anglade County provides an abundance of opportunities for everyone to enjoy snowmobiling. In the winter months, there are over 500 miles of beautifully groomed snowmobile with ample snowmobile access to City of Antigo and Langlade County businesses. The trails within Langlade County are scenic and traverse glacial terrain, upland hardwood, cedar swamps, farm fields, as well as small streams and lakes. City of Antigo residents are allows snowmobile access through their jurisdiction. The Langlade County Snowmobile Trail System allows users to operate ATVs 10 days after the official opening of the snowmobile trails and when the temperature is below 28°F, as damage to the packed trail can occur when temperatures rise above that point. UTVs are not permitted on the snowmobile trail system. Our wonderful trail system in Langlade County would not be possible

without the dedicated club members and the private landowners that are gracious enough to allow trails over their properties. Snowmobile trails are maintained for the enjoyment and use of the public by 10 different local clubs and Langlade County. In Langlade County, there are two different snowmobile zones (A and B) that can open or close at different times, or all at once. Trails will open when they are considered safe (i.e. brushing complete, signed properly, trail conditions safe, grooming complete) and close when unsafe. The zones are set to be a guideline, and may be changed to keep riders on safe trails. Trails are groomed as conditions warrant. Trails may close at any time due to lack of snow or unsafe conditions. There is no set date when trails open or close. For a complete

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Winter

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Strap on your snowshoes and lead the way: Langlade County offers marked packed trails at Gartzke Flowage and Moccasin Lake. If you prefer backcountry skiing or snowshoeing, traverse the 130,000 acres of county forest lands and 50 miles of Langlade County Ice Age Trail, Antigo Single-Track Mountain Bike Trail, or the Game Lake Nature Trail in Veteran’s Memorial Park. While fees are not required, donations are appreciated.

Downhill Skiing

Kettlebowl Downhill Ski Area is a naturally made snow slope, providing skiing and snowboarding opportunities for the entire family. Kettllebowl Downhill Ski Area is towrope operated and open every weekend during the winter when weather permits. Prices are very reasonable, and amenities include parking area, restrooms, and a chalet with concessions. Kettlebowl is conveniently located in the central part of Langlade County.

Cross-Country Skiing

Langlade County’s ample snowfall beckons cross-country ski enthusiasts to hit our six groomed cross-country ski trails. Gartzke Flowage Cross-Country Ski Trail: 5.5 miles long, designed for all abilities, and groomed for both classic and freestyle. Amenities include a parking area, restrooms, and recreation shelters. Located 10 miles west of Antigo.

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Jack Lake Cross-Country Ski Trail: 15 miles long, designed for all abilities, and Piston-Bully groomed for both classic and freestyle. Amenities include a parking area, restrooms, and a recreation shelter. Located 16 miles north of Antigo. Kettlebowl Cross-Country Ski Trail: 4.3 miles long, includes three loops, groomed for classic and freestyle. Located in Kettlebowl Ski Area in the central part of Langlade County. Maranatha Cross-Country Ski Trail: 6.7 miles of classic skiing for beginners to experts within the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest, maintained by Silver Birch Ranch and open to the public. The trail begins a 1/2 mile east of Silver Birch Ranch located at N6120 Sawyer Lake Road (4 miles north of Langlade in the western corner of Langlade County). Moccasin Lake Cross-Country Ski Trail: 5.5 miles long, designed for all abilities, and groomed for both classic and freestyle. Parking area, restrooms, and recreation shelter. Located 3 miles west of Elcho in northwest corner of Langlade County. Springbrook Cross-Country Ski Trail: 2.06 miles of trail, right in the City of Antigo, designed for beginners and groomed for both classic and freestyle. Parking is available at the dead end of Virginia Street or near the entrance off of Byrne Road.


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hether you carry a shotgun, rifle, or bow, over 130,000 acres of territory open for public hunting provides you with unlimited opportunities in Langlade County’s diverse forests and watersheds. Wildlife available to hunt include deer and bear, ruffed grouse and woodcock, squirrel, rabbit, turkey, and waterfowl. Hunting is allowed on all county lands entered into the County Forest Crop Law, private and industrial lands entered into the Forest Crop Law or Managed Forest Lands Law, and designated State of Wisconsin lands. These lands can be accessed from any road found on the official County Road Map. The many roads that bisect these lands are open to foot access, and some are open to motorized access.

Hunting

Langlade County Forest

Tree Stands: Portable tree stands only, September 1–January 7 only. No screws, spikes, or nails. Ground Blinds: Must be constructed of natural materials only. No cutting of live trees or shooting lanes. ATV & Vehicle Use:  Prohibited on all gated, locked, bermed, or posted areas.

State of Wisconsin Land Ownership

Tree Stands: Portable stands only. Must be removed daily. Ground Blinds: Must be constructed of natural materials only. Must be removed daily. ATV & Vehicle Use:  Restricted unless on designated ATV posted trail.

Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest

Tree Stands: Portable tree stands only. No cutting of live trees. Can erect one day before hunting season. Must be removed at the end of late bow hunting season. No nails, screws, screw-in steps, etc. Ground Blinds: Made from natural vegetation only. No cutting of live vegetation. Must be removed after the season. ATV & Vehicle Use: No ATV use. Street legal vehicles only on forest roads unless gated or bermed. Please contact the Langlade County Forest and Recreation Department at 715-627-6300 with questions on county land hunting usage and tree stands on county land. For Wisconsin’s hunting regulations, visit http://dnr.wi.gov/ topic/hunt/regulations.html. For more information on deer hunting in Wisconsin,  visit http://dnr.wi.gov/topic/hunt/deer.html.  Visit https://dnr. wi.gov/topic/hunt/bait.html for information about Wisconsin’s updated baiting and feeding regulations.

Langlade County Bow & Gun Range

The Langlade County Bow and Gun Range is administered by the Langlade County Forestry and Recreation Department. The range is located at W9639 Range Road, Antigo, WI. It is regulated by the Langlade County Forests and Parks Ordinance and violations of the range regulations are subject to penalties as specified in the ordinance. The range is open at 7 a.m. and closes following DNR hunting hours. Please contact the Langlade County Forest at (715) 627-6300 with questions.

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Fishing

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hether your preferred species is panfish or musky, with 841 natural lakes, 225 streams, and 200 spring ponds, your Langlade County fishing opportunities are virtually limitless. While many of our lakes are accessible by public launch, most of our lakes are less than 100 acres in size and are located in remote forest settings. Nearly 400 miles of trout streams are well stocked with brook, brown, and rainbow trout.

The Wolf River: Among the Best in the Midwest for Trout Fishing The Wolf River, in eastern Langlade County, is considered one of the finest trout streams in the Midwest. May and June bring excellent dry-fly fishing, but you can count on good catches into autumn. The famous trout waters span 40 miles between Highway T and Highway M to the south and are divided into 10 public access points. The steep gradient and resulting complex rapids of this section of the river should only be navigated by experienced anglers. However, the river moves more slowly from Post Lake Dam to Highway T, where it is easy to float with a canoe. There, anglers will delight in excellent populations of northern pike, walleye, bass, and musky.

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Accessible Fishing in Langlade County Looking for excellent fishing spots for kids and persons with disabilities? Here are 11 excellent choices. 1. Antigo Lake Park at Antigo Lake/Spring Brook 2. East Branch Eau Claire River at Loins Park 3. Jack Lake at Veteran’s Memorial Park 4. Moose Lake Wayside 5. Otter Lake Picnic Area 6. Pence Lake 7. Remington Lake in the City of Antigo 8. Shadick Spring Pond 9. Townline Lake 10. White Lake at White Lake Park 11. Wolf River at Post Lake Dam Wayside Visit LangladeCounty.org for more information on these accessible fishing spots and other choices. You can also refer to the Recreation Map included in this guide.


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Cycling

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hether you are a beginning cyclist looking for a relaxing ride or an experienced cyclist looking for a technical mountain bike trail, the County of Trails supplies every type of cyclist with a diverse array of riding options. Choose from winding forest trails, serene paths through bucolic farmlands, routes near city amenities, and scenic trails around Langlade County’s many lakes. Here are several of our trails that are most popular with area cyclists.

Antigo Single-Track Mountain Bike Trail

The trailhead is located at N1985 Dump Road in Antigo. The total length of the trail is 3 miles and is open yearround.

Antigo Walking/Biking Trail

From the trailhead on 4th Avenue, east of Highway 45, you will ride along the perimeter of Antigo Lake and Spring Brook before the trail takes you into the forest. The City of Antigo’s walking/biking trail is over 2 miles long.

City of Antigo Bike Route

Made possible through community sponsorship, this signed and designated City-Wide Bike Route will have crossings at 4th, 7th, and 10th avenues.

Gartzke Flowage Recreation Area

Offers 6 scenic miles of riding for cyclists of every ability level. Access the trail at W6379 5th Avenue Road in Bryant.

Moccasin Lake Trail

Provides 5.5 miles of excellent riding for all abilities. Access this trail off Moccasin Lake Road, west of Elcho.

Nicolet Roche Trail Mountain Bike Trail

A 20-mile adventure. Access the Nicolet Roche Trail at the south end of Boulder Lake Campground, Van Alstine Road, or Highway 64, east of Langlade.

Wolf River Mountain Bike Trails

Access 6 miles of challenging terrain from the Bear Paw Adventure Resort in White Lake or from Nicolet Roche Trail. Please be mindful of seasonal closures and property owners’ requests.

Wolf River State Trail

Supplying 33.4 miles of mountain bike trail from White Lake to Lake Metonga in Forest County. Access the trail in downtown White Lake; park along Highway M/Lake Street near the intersection with Maple Street.

Veteran’s Memorial Park/Jack Lake Trail

Although new in 2017, the 8.5 miles of fast, flowing single- and double-track mountain bike trails of Veteran’s Memorial Park have quickly become a local favorite. Veteran’s Memorial Park is located 15 miles north of Antigo, in Deerbrook. The trailhead is located in the southwest corner of the park’s lot, near the campgrounds entrance.

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he County of Trails features miles of hiking trails with pristine scenery and wildlife abundance.

Ackley Wildlife Area

Hiking

Just west of Antigo is the Ackley Wildlife Area, where hikers have great opportunities to view waterfowl, deer, and an occasional bear on non-marked trails.

City of Antigo Springbrook Walking/Biking Trail

The City of Antigo offers a 10-foot-wide walking/ biking trail. The combination asphalt, boardwalk, and wood-chip path extends for 2.26 miles. Travel along Antigo Lake and Spring Brook before meandering through forests. The trailhead is on Fourth Avenue in Antigo, east of Hwy 45. Access the trail from Virginia Street, north of Hwy 64/5th Avenue, or park behind North Elementary School.

The Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest

The Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest covers the eastern portion of Langlade County and offers many opportunities for hiking on its many forest roads

Gartzke Trails

This 8-mile trail system has a variety of trails for all abilities. It is located entirely on Langlade County property east of Antigo off of 5th Avenue Road. Access the trail from W6379 Fifth Avenue Road, Bryant, WI 54418.

Ice Age Trail

Langlade County boasts 50 miles of the thousandmile Ice Age Trail, divided into five segments: Kettlebowl (13 miles), Lumbercamp (12 miles), Old Railroad (9.5 miles), Highland Lakes, (13.5 miles), and Parrish Hills (12 miles).

Moccasin Lake Trail

A couple of miles west of Elcho is the Moccasin Lake Trail, approximately 8.9 miles in length. Amenities include a parking area, restrooms, and a recreation shelter.

Veteran’s Memorial Park

Veteran’s Memorial Park offers many miles of marked nature trails that feature a loop around an undeveloped lake and an arboretum with over 500 plant species.

Wolf River State Trail

The Wolf River State Trail offers 33.4 miles of trail to hike from White Lake to Lake Metonga in Forest County along the former Wisconsin Central Railroad corridor. The Wolf River State Trail is non-motorized in summer from White Lake to Lily, but please be aware that ATVs are allowed on the trail from Lily to Lake Metonga.

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ith 49 miles of horseback riding trails at three locations and over 15 miles of dog sled trails, even your four-legged friends will love Langlade County!

Crocker Hills Horse and Dog Sled Trail System

Fraley Road, Elton The Crocker Hills Horse and Dog Sled Trail System comprise Langlade County property and private property east of Antigo. The trail system encompasses 15.3 miles over a variety of terrain. The horse trail, located between Norway Lake and Evergreen Creek, includes steep hills and valleys that afford the rider beautiful views of a hardwood forest. Trail facilities include a parking/primitive camping area, and a pit toilet restroom, and water accessible by hand pump. The trailhead also features an open-air shelter and a picnic area.

Highway 45 Riding Stables

N8450 Highway 45, Deerbrook Explore the Northwoods on horseback. Reserve a 45-minute trail ride deep in the woods, available seven days a week at 10 a.m., noon, 2 p.m., and 4 p.m. Highway 45 Riding Stables has provided

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the Northwoods with trail rides, children’s pony rides, beginner horseback riding lessons, day camp, girls’ overnight camp, family gatherings, birthday parties, couples’ horseback picnics, and horse boarding for more than 25 years.

Moccasin Lake Riding Trail

N11190 Bear Lane, Elcho Moccasin Lake Riding Trail is located west of Elcho and encompasses cross-country ski trails and forest roads. The trail’s rolling terrain features two river basins. Moccasin Lake Riding Trail has primitive horse camping area with gravel pad pull-in sites, picnic tables, and fire rings. A recreational shelter, pit toilet, hand water pump, and parking area are available.

Popple Ridge Trail

Setting Lake Road, White Lake Popple Ridge Trail is located in the eastern end of Langlade County, off Highway 55, in the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest. Approximately 25 miles span a variety of terrain, including forests, ponds, rivers, and lakes. There is a primitive camping area on Setting Lake Road with water available from a small stream.


Explore Local History in Langlade County’s Museums Langlade County Historical Society

404 Superior Street, Antigo The Langlade County Historical Society’s main museum building originally housed the Carnegie Library, which was constructed with a $15,000 grant from Andrew Carnegie in 1905. In 1997, the library was moved to updated quarters, and the building become the Langlade County Historical Society Museum. From May 1 to October 1, the museum is open Tuesday through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. From October 2 to April 30, the museum is open Thursday through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. For more information, visit langladehistory.com. The Deleglise Cabin, a  1956 caboose, and a  440 Locomotive  are also located on the grounds of the Langlade County Historical Museum.

Museums

Springbrook School

Langlade County Fairgrounds, Highway 45, Antigo In 1905, $900 was raised to build Springbrook School. The school was operational for 57 years, under 31 different teachers. The doors were closed in 1962, when area schools were consolidated into the Antigo Unified School District. In July 1963, the school building was moved to the Langlade County Fairgrounds, where it stands today. The school building can be toured by appointment; please call Joe Sveda at (715) 610-4173.

Old Corners School, Neva Corners

The Old Corners School, on the corner of Highways A and B in Neva Corners, was the first frame schoolhouse in Neva. Settlers built the school in 1883. At one point, the school housed 90 students. In 1979, the Old School Restoration Committee began a project to refurbish the schoolhouse, and a rededication ceremony was held during Neva’s centennial in 1983. The building can be toured on Saturdays and Sundays from Memorial Day to Labor Day, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

White Lake Depot Museum

700 Lake Street, White Lake In 1907, the current site of the White Lake Area Historical Society, the Whiskey Northern Depot was built. The Wisconsin & Northern Railroad moved this charming depot to White Lake in 1916. In 1996, when the building was slated for replacement, White Lake formed a Historical Society and moved the original building to its current location. The restored Depot Museum consists of 132 feet of track in front with a Pede car and a car house. The Depot Museum contains an original railroad, logging, farming, lumber and flooring mill, and community artifacts. A donated small narrow-gauge boxcar on narrow-gauge track was added to the Depot Museum grounds in 2018 and is used for display purposes.

Elcho Historical Society

The Elcho Historical Society is fundraising to establish a museum so that in the future, the public can enjoy and learn about Elcho’s great past. Please call 715-275-3308 or visit facebook.com/pg/ ElchoHistorical for more information about becoming a member.

Elton School Preservation Society

Elton Schoolhouse, Highway 64, Elton The Elton Schoolhouse was constructed in 1912. It showcases the village of Elton’s unique history. The village is named for Elton C. Larzelere, whose father Charles was instrumental in the organization of Langlade County and Evergreen Township. The schoolhouse building also served as the Evergreen Town Hall. It is now a community center and a museum of local artifacts, including a chalkboard signed by residents and visitors who attended the school. The Elton Schoolhouse can be visited by appointment only; please call (715) 793-4130.

The Depot Museum is open Memorial Day Weekend through Labor Day Weekend, Saturdays, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. and by appointment. It is open on Wednesdays, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. year round. Please note that the facility is unheated.

White Lake Area Historical Center

700 Lake Street, White Lake The White Lake Area Historical Society displays many artifacts from White Lake area history, including information about families, military, schools, businesses and events throughout the history of the area. Over 110 pioneer family banners are hung up around the interior walls. Exhibits are changed as new artifacts are added. The Historical Center is located next to Depot Museum and is open Saturday 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., Memorial Day to Labor Day, and Wednesdays from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

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Golf

Langlade County boasts three beautiful golf courses, offering excellent options for your next round.

Disc golf offers a new way to enjoy the outdoors in Langlade County. Play a round at one of these three great courses.

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Bass Lake Golf Course

Considered one of the best-kept secrets in Northwoods, Bass Lake’s historic course is cut out of oak and pine trees lining the wellmanicured fairways and greens. The back nine has more of a hilly terrain, and the front nine is tight. Water comes into play on at least seven of the 18 holes. Come golf this four-star-rated course that has been described as “the hidden gem of the Northwoods” by Golf Digest. W10650 Bass Lake Road, Deerbrook 715-623-6196

The Antigo High School Disc Golf Course, located across from the high school, is a ninehole course over mostly flat and lightly wooded grounds. Tees are marked by stakes. This course is great for beginners and intermediate players, as fairways are relatively easy, but some are fairly long.

Riverview Golf Course

City of Antigo 18-Hole Disc Golf Course

Located 4 miles west of Antigo, bordering the junction of two branches of the Eau Claire River, sits this nine-hole, par-36 course. Players of all ability levels will be treated to a fair but challenging game as they enjoy a scenic journey around the variety of holes in a classic northern Wisconsin setting. W11817 Highland Rd, Antigo 715-623-2663

Quig’s Maplewood Golf Course

Located on Hwy 55 in the town of Pickerel, this beautiful nine-hole gold course comes is complemented by a pro shop, restaurant, and clubhouse to enjoy after your round! N9240 Hwy 55, Pickerel 715-484-4653

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The City of Antigo Disc Golf Course is an 18-hole disc golf course, offering a good mix of fairways, from short and tight to wide open. The course is especially good for beginners. Enter the course at the dead end of Virginia Street (park in the cul-de-sac), or park in the Al Remington Little League Field parking lot located at 830 Langlade Road in Antigo and walk the boardwalk starting on the north end of Second Avenue to the Scenic View Access.

Veteran’s Memorial Park at Jack Lake Disc Golf

The 18-hole disc golf course traverses 156 acres of old pine plantations and forests along the Veteran’s Memorial Park’s north side. The fairways range from 150 feet to 570 feet. Discs can be purchased or rented at the park office, located at N8375 Park Drive in Deerbrook.


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he Nicolet-Wolf River Scenic Byway, at 145 miles, is the second-longest scenic byway in Wisconsin. The route affords the traveler outstanding views of the Wolf River, the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest, numerous state natural areas, lakes, and many other picturesque areas. You will find limited development along the route, excepting a few rural and tribal communities and small farms. The majority of the Nicolet-Wolf River Scenic Byway lies in Forest County, but it also extends through Langlade, Oneida, and Vilas counties. In Langlade County, the intersection of Highways 55 and 64 serves as an access point on the Byway. State Highway 55 is the primary route of the Byway, and segments of State Highways 32, 52, and 70 form a figure eight along the route. For more information, visit the Nicolet-Wolf River Scenic Byway website, nicoletwolfriverbyway.com.

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Paddling

For paddlers seeking calmer waters, try kayaking, canoeing, or stand-up paddle boarding on one of Langlade County’s lakes. View the Recreation Map included in this guide to locate lakes in Langlade County.

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Dining Dining in in Antigo Antigo Dining Fast Food

Arby’s Restaurant 2120 Neva Road Antigo, WI 54409 715-623-7671     Burger King 614 Century Avenue Antigo, WI 54409 715-627-7155 Culver’s 2105 Neva Road Antigo, WI 54409 715-627-4700 Dairy Queen 1808 Neva Road Antigo, WI 54409 715-623-3238     KFC/Taco Bell 1700 Neva Road Antigo, WI 54409 715-484-4413    McDonald’s 2115 Neva Road Antigo, WI 54409 715-627-4666 Subway 465 State Hwy 64 Antigo, WI 54409 715-623-5009 Taco Johns 2405 Highway 45 North Antigo, WI 54409 715-627-0500

Pizza in Antigo Buck’s Pizza 614 Century Avenue Antigo, WI 54409 715-623-2222 Pizza Hut 2104 Neva Road Antigo, WI 54409 715-623-3232     BB Jacks 523 South Superior Street Antigo, WI 54409 715-623-5611 Little Caesars 733 Superior St Antigo, WI 54409 715-623-0570 Papa Murphy’s 2319-A, Neva Rd Antigo, WI 54409 715-623-0050

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Coffee & Delis in Antigo The Brown Mug 1045 South Superior Street Antigo, WI 54409 715-623-0128 The Luncheonette 727 Superior Street Antigo, WI 54409 715-623-6339 Sweet Thyme 610 Century Avenue Antigo, WI 54409 715-623-5966 ad #20

Dining in Antigo BB Jacks 523 South Superior Street Antigo, WI 54409 715-623-5611 Country Kitchen 2506 Hwy 45 North Antigo, WI 54409 715-627-4394 Dixie Lunch 716 Fifth Avenue Antigo, WI 54409 715-623-4634 see ad #5 Farmer’s Home Restaurant 527 Field Street Antigo, WI 54409 715-623-7332 Fifth Avenue Restaurant 714 Fifth Avenue Antigo, WI 54409 715-623-2893 see ad #5 Game On 623 Edison Street Antigo, WI 54409 715-650-5266 Heartbreakers Bar & Grill 905 Forrest Avenue Antigo, WI 54409 715-627-2211 ad #17 Luigi’s Pizza & Pasta 410 State Hwy 64 Antigo, WI 54409 715-627-0519 see ad #1 North Star Lanes 400 Prosser Avenue Antigo, WI 54409 715-627-4325 see ad #31

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Rick’s Highway 45 N4290 US Hwy 45 Antigo, WI 54409 715-216-7705 Swartendruber Supper Club 1315 Forrest Ave Antigo, WI 54409 (715) 627-7027 The Diner 800 5th Avenue Antigo, WI 54409 715-350-4109 The Truck Stop Restaurant N2297 US Hwy 45 S Antigo, WI 54409 715-623-3459 Two Angels Restaurant 800 Superior Street Antigo, WI 54409 715-623-2321

Ethnic Food in Antigo China Buffet 2313 Neva Road Antigo, WI 715-627-1908 El Tequila 712 Superior Street Antigo, WI 54409 715-627-4749 La Mexicana Taco Shop 514 Superior Street Antigo, WI 54409 715-350-4330

Dining in in Dining Surrounding Area Bear Paw Pub N3494 Hwy 55 White Lake, WI 54491 715-882-3502 Billy Timber’s Pub & Eatery N9543 Hwy 45 Summit Lake, WI 54485 715-275-4040 Black Bear Food & Spirits 621 Bissell Street White Lake, WI 54491 715-882-5321 ad #16 Country Inn Bar & Grill N9195 Hwy 55 Pickerel, WI 54465 715-484-3121 ad #19 Crab n Jack’s N2580 Hwy 55 White Lake, WI 54491 715-882-8611 see ad #15

Elcho Club House W10595 Cty Hwy K Elcho, WI 54428 715-275-3800 Final Lap Bar and Grill 9065 Pickerel Lake Road Pickerel, WI 54465 715-484-4444 Firelite Lodge 216 South Shore Drive, Pickerel, WI 54465 715-484-4212 Gator’s Rock-n-Country Tavern 4087 Cty Road M White Lake, WI 54491 715-882-2722 Grudgevill Pub & Grub N4251 Hwy 55 White Lake, WI 54491 715-882-4025 ad #21 Held’s Bar W13298 Hwy C Deerbrook, WI 54424 715-623-2743     Hill’s Still Supper Club N10303 State Road 55 Pearson, WI 54462 715-484-3211 J’s Landing N4495 Highway 55 White Lake, WI 54491 715-882-8304 Koni K’s Restaurant N11214 Antigo Street Elcho, WI 54428 715-275-3898 Lil Hummers Hideaway W6902 County Road A Pickerel, WI 54465 715-484-4413     Longshots Tavern N9881 State Road 55 Pearson, WI 54462 715-484-3045 Neva Grocery and Gas N5294 Cty Rd A Neva, WI 54424 715-623-2000 see ad #40 Northwoods Inn N8905 State Road 55 Pickerel, WI 54465 715-484-3522 Maplewood Golf & Restaurant N9240 Hwy 55 Pickerel, WI 54465 715-484-4653 see ad #32

Mueller’s East Shore Resort N11310 East Shore Road Pickerel, WI 54465 715-484-2571 Pickerel Point Resort 580 Flint Ridge Lane Pickerel, WI 54465 715-484-2603 Post Lake Inn W8750 County Road K Elcho, WI 54428 715-275-3611 Quinn’s Bar N5298 Hwy A Deerbrook, WI 54424 715-623-6611     Ruby May’s Cafe W10990 County Road T Summit Lake, WI 54485 715-275-3058 Schuh’s Sportsman Lodge 8915 Pickerel Lake Road Pickerel, WI 54465 715-484-2703 Sunset View Resort & Tavern N11594 Post Lake Dr Elcho, WI 54428 The Nutshell Supper Club & Bar N696 County Road S Phlox, WI 54464 715-489-3306 Thirsty Bear W10968 Hwy J Deerbrook, WI 54428 715-623-6414 Timber Haven Bar and Grill W6962 State Hwy 64 Polar, WI 54418 715-623-7662 Walleye Lodge N11159 Walleye Road Pickerel, WI 54465 715-484-3333 White Lake Market 633 Bissell Street White Lake, WI 54491 715-882-8419 Wolf Pass Bar & Grill N4445 State Road 55 White Lake, WI 54491 715-882-4172 ad #18


Hotels/Motels Crab N Jack’s N2580 Hwy 55 White Lake, WI 54491 715-882-8611 See ad #15 Edge of Night Motel 1235 S Superior St Antigo, WI 54409 715-623-4105 Holiday Inn Express & Suites 2407 Neva Rd, Antigo, WI 54409 715-627-7500 See ad #7 Langlade Inn N4530 State Hwy 55 White Lake, WI 54491 715-882-2424 See ad #14 Roadway Inn – Sleep Inn 525 Memory Lane Antigo, WI 54409 715-623-0506 Super 8 535 Century Avenue Antigo, WI 54409 715-623-4188  See ad #9 Trailside Inn N9881 Hwy 55, Pearson, WI 54462 715-484-3045

Lodges/Resorts Bear Paw Outdoor Adventure Center N3494 Hwy 55 White Lake, WI 54491 715-882-3502 bearpawoutdoors.com Echo Valley Resort 17240 Echo Valley Lane White Lake, WI 54491 (715) 276-7272 echovalleyresort.com Gehring’s Resort N11942 Post Lake Drive Elcho, WI 54428 (715) 275-3946 Mueller’s East Shore Resort N11310 E Shore Rd Pearson, WI (715) 484-2571 *see us on Facebook Pickerel Point Resort 580 Flint Ridge Lane Pickerel, WI (715) 484-2603 pickerelpointresort.com Pine Crest Resort 9548 South Shore Drive Pickerel, WI (715) 484-4455

Schuh’s Sportsman’s Lodge 8915 Pickerel Lake Road Pickerel, WI (715) 484-2703

Cabin Rentals Bay View Cabins W8738 Highway K Elcho, WI 54428 (920) 540-2054 postlakecabins.com Boone’s Bay Cabins W8732 Cty Rd K Elcho, WI 54428 715-610-4592 postlakecabins4rent.com See ad #10 Gresch Brothers 4-Season Lake Cabin on Pickerel Lake W5695 Pickerel Lake Road Pearson, WI 54462 (608) 332-8439 vrbo.com/601665 Gresch Cottage on Pickerel Lake 9205 Pickerel Lake Road Pickerel, WI 54465 (715) 432-5371 Jennifer’s Cabin W10012 Koepenick Road Deerbrook, WI 608-206-1085 *see us on Facebook Katch’s Pine Point Resort N12065 Post Lake Drive Elcho, WI 54428 (715) 275-4600 Lepak Cottages 646 Birch Lane Pickerel, WI 54465 (715) 484-7344  dwave.net/~rmlepak/rental.html Mueller’s Pine Grove Resort 351 Frazer Lane Pickerel, WI 54465 (715) 484-2832 O’Connor’s Cottages W10655 Parkway Lane Elcho, WI 54428 (715) 275-3382 https://sites.google.com/ site/oconnorscottages Oak Ridge Resort N11675 Highway Z Elcho, WI 54428 (715) 275-4307 Ott’s Cozy Cabin W1376 Hannah’s Lane White Lake, WI 54491 920-594-2040 See ad #13

Ott’s Cozy Suite W1376 Hannah’s Lane White Lake, WI 54491 920-594-2040 See ad #13 River Haven on the Wolf N2610 Log Cabin Drive White Lake, WI 54491 920-395-4151 wolfriverhaven.com See ad #11 Sawyer Lake Resort N5968 Sawyer Lake Road White Lake, WI 54491 (715) 484-4884 Sunset View Resort & Tavern N11594 Post Lake Drive Elcho, WI 54428 (715) 275-3906 sunsetviewpostlake.com Twin Oaks Resort N10870 Circle Drive Elcho, WI 54428 (715) 275-3917 *see us on Facebook Veteran’s Memorial ParkJack Lake N8375 Park Road Deerbrook, WI 54424 (715) 623-6214 jacklakecampground.com Walleye Lodge N11159 Walleye Road Pearson, WI 54462 (715) 484-3333

Campgrounds 9 Mile All Sport Resort N5751 Hwy 55 White Lake WI 54491 715-484-8908 9mileallsportresort.com Ada Lake Campground 500 Hanson Lake Road Rhinelander, WI 54501 District Ranger - Laona 715-674-4481 www.recreation.gov

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Frog Alley Inn & Campground 7790 Jones Lane Pickerel, WI 54465 (715) 484-7191 frogalley.pickerel-pearson. com Great Northern Campground N6146 County Road H Gleason, WI 54435 715-623-CAMP (2267) greatnortherncamp ground.com ad #7 High Lake N8375 Park Road Deerbrook, WI 54424 715-623-6214 jacklakecampground.com Langlade County Dump Station 1633 Neva Road Antigo, WI 54409 715-627-6307

Lil’ Hummer’s Bar/Grill & Campground W6902 County Rd A Deerbrook, WI 54424 715-484-4413 lilhummers.webs.com

Oakridge Campground N11673 County Road Z Elcho, WI 54428 715-350-6063 *see us on Facebook

River Forest Campground and Rafts W510 County Road WW White Lake, WI 54491 715-216-0980 wolfrivercamping.com See ad #12 Shady Brook Campground 5 miles East of Hwy 45 on Hwy K W8979 County Road K Elcho, WI 54428 715-275-3550 Veterans Memorial Park N8375 Park Road Deerbrook, WI 54424 715-623-6214 jacklakecampground.com Walleye Lodge Campground N11159 Walleye Road Pearson, WI 54462 715-484-3333

Northern Hideaway N10692 E. Shore Road Pearson, WI 54462 715-484-3373 northernhideawayrvpark. com

Antigo Lake RV Campground 815 Hudson Street Antigo, WI 54409 715-623-3633 Ext. #131 antigo-city.org Bear Paw Outdoor Adventure Center N3494 Highway 55 White Lake, WI 54491 715-882-3502 bearpawoutdoors.com Boulder Lake Campground 500 Hanson Lake Road Rhinelander, WI 54501 District Ranger - Lakewood 715-276-6333 recreation.gov

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Antigo Revitalize & Grow Downtown Antigo: The 2020 Vision Celebrate with us in Downtown Antigo as 2020 brings revitalization and growth! Our streetscape is about to change, but don’t let that stop you! Enjoy some home-cooked food and baked goods, local and handmade products, wine, antiques, vintage

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LANGLADE COUNTY WWW.LANGLADECOUNTY.ORG Langlade County, WI provides a variety of northern Wisconsin recreational opportunities to meet everyone’s likings. Enjoy over a quarter of a million acres of forest land, 841 lakes, 225 streams, 395 miles of trout streams, and 200 spring ponds. Langlade County has been branded the “County of Trails” because of a good reason. We have trails for hiking, mountain biking, snowmobiling, ATVing/ UTVing, cross country skiing, snowshoeing, horseback

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