Fall Color Tours
The brilliant reds, oranges, yellows and browns of the oaks, birch  and poplar trees reflecting on the area's glacial lakes makes for a spectacular Autumn Drive . Two mapped routes.....More
World's Largest Muskie Hatchery
The State Fish Hatchery in Spooner produces more muskie than any other hatchery in the world.  Both the interactive Visitors Center and guided tours offer a unique learning experience....More
Railroad Memories Museum
The Railroad Memories Museum is housed in the former Chicago & Northwestern Railway Depot. There are eight rooms to browse....More  
The Great Northern Train Ride
The Great Northern offers specialty dining experiences and excursion rides Spring through Fall....More
Museum of Woodcarving
The Museum of Woodcarving is the world's largest collection of wood carvings done by one man.....More

  Historical Museums
From churches to train stations, there's something for everyone at one of Washburn County's museums....More

Canoe Heritage Museum Wisconsin Canoe Heritage Museum
the Wisconsin Canoe Heritage Museum , an institution devoted to the preservation and interpretation of the cultural heritage of canoes and canoeing in North America . 
Spooner Rodeo
Each year on the 2nd week-end of July, Spooner is home to "The Heart of the North Rodeo"....More

Festivals & Events
Spring, Summer, Fall, and Winter, there is an event for the whole family to enjoy. The Calendar of Events has it all!

Hunt Hill Audubon Sanctuary
Located in Sarona, Hunt Hill is an environmental learning center. A wide variety of nature programs are available to everyone....More 
  Antique Shops
Browse a variety of antique shops that run the gamete of small and unique to the large collection malls....More....

Wisconsin Auto Tour # 18
Spooner is located on the northeast corner of the Wisconsin Auto Tour # 18, The Rivers and Wildlife Tour....More...
 
 
 
 

 

 

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