Although many campers come to Camp Holiday and never leave the park, you can venture out to see what the Northwoods has to offer. There are many things to see and do only minutes away from Camp Holiday.
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It's no wonder Boulder Junction is known as the Musky Capital of the World. Vilas County has 563 named and 755 unnamed lakes covering 93,889 miles. We have many guides in the area, but these have been recommended to us.
Serving the Boulder Junction, Presque Isle, and Manitowish Waters areas (715) 892-8969
Steve Roginske serving Vilas, Oneida, and Iron counties (715) 605-2404
Josh Blawas serving Boulder Junction and the surrounding areas (715) 441-0782
Jim Riley serving Vilas and Oneida counties (406) 580-4036
Explore Vilas County in Northern Wisconsin. Offering riders more than 52 miles of paved trails that connect St. Germain, Sayner, Boulder Junction, Manitowish Waters, and Mercer, you're in for a day of beautiful sights.
With a short drive to the UP of Michigan, visitors of The Northwoods love to experience the jaw-dropping sights at Bond Falls. Be sure to pack the camera and wear good shoes.
A ski-flying hill located an hour up the road in Ironwood, Michigan, this National Historic Site offers stunning views of Michigan, Wisconsin, Minnesota, and Lake Superior. "After an 800-foot chair lift ride to the crest of the hill -- a 360-foot copper-bearing volcanic outcrop -- visitors take a thrilling 18-story elevator to the main observation deck. From there, the truly fearless can walk an additional 8 stories to the top starting gate." This will bring memories to last a lifetime.
With seven hiking trails and four nature trails there is something for all ages in the NHAL trail system.
Located in the Northern Highland American Legion State Forest, Grassy Creek Ranch offers walk-only, trot, and gallop rides. 715-385-9389
Wisconsin’s largest zip line park also offers ATVing, kayaking, and aerial trekking. 844-947-7464
Home to more than 1,700 animals, the zoo includes a petting zoo, outdoor amphitheater, and an opportunity to see rare & endangered animals. 715-356-5588
Golf 18 holes at the oldest golf course in Wisconsin’s Northwoods. 715-385-2189
The oldest continually running amateur water ski show in the United States. Shows every Sunday, Wednesday & Friday at 7 pm. 715-575-9754
Home to 2 go-kart tracks, bumper boats, batting cages, miniature golf, trail rides, and a bounce house. 715-479-7311
Spot a Ghost Deer. The Northwoods are known for their sightings of white deer. Check out this guide to help you spot your first Ghost Deer. It is very common to sight eagles soaring through the sky or hear the loons calling across any local lakes. Be sure to bring your camera and binoculars on outings and day trips.
One of the midwest's largest flea markets—it is a must-see. Vendors come from around the midwest with a mix of crafts, art, and treasure. The St. Germain Flea Market is held every Monday through the summer and is held behind the St. Germain Fire Department.
Boulder Junction offers some unique shopping opportunities in The Northwoods. Check out the array of stores, from pottery studios, jewelry stores, hardware stores, antiques, souvenirs, and more.