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Explore Miles of Shoreline on Squaw Lake

There is a beautiful and expansive body of water that stretches across Oneida and Vilas Counties. Squaw Lake welcomes all types of recreation over its 785 acres – you’ll find fisherman, runabouts, pontoons, and silent sport enthusiasts who continue their explorations down Squaw Creek. There is room for everyone here without the lake feeling congested!…

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Exploring the Minocqua Area

Besides exploring the shops & restaurants in & around Minocqua – visitors to the area have a choice of ways to explore nature as well. The Bearskin State Trail offers miles to hike or ride bikes, the trail crosses lakes & hugs their shorelines, takes you through tall pines, & is easily accessible from downtown.…

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The Town of Three Lakes – “Home” or “Home-Away-from-Home”

Though many people have not heard of the small town of Three Lakes, those who have hold a special place in their hearts for it.  Three Lakes is located in Wisconsin’s northwoods, and is home to the largest inland chain of lakes. Twenty-eight lakes connecting provide endless opportunities for boating, fishing, waterskiing, swimming, and kayaking…

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Making Memories at Wild Eagle Lodge

One of the things I’ve noticed in all my years selling real estate, is that most buyers come to the Northwoods to recreate childhood memories, or create new memories to cherish in the future. Wild Eagle Lodge makes vacation home ownership so easy, it’s a great way to get “up north” and begin living those…

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The Unending Beauty of the Nicolet National Forest

The Nicolet National Forest in the Northwoods of Wisconsin covers over 600,000 acres of land over parts of Forest, Oconto, Florence, Vilas, Langlade, and Oneida Counties. The forest was established officially by a 1933 proclamation of President Herbert Hoover. The federal government first began purchasing abandoned and tax delinquent land beginning in 1928 with the…

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