Minocqua-Area Businesses, Organizations and Attractions

Minocqua - Arbor Vitae - Woodruff Area Chamber of Commerce
Information about Activities, Events, Dining and Travel to the Minocqua Area.

Northwoods Children's Museum
Phone: (715) 479-4623
The museum's mission is to enrich lives and strengthen families.  It provides hands-on exhibits and programs that make learning fun.  As a community resource,
the Museum encourages a life-long love of learning.

John Dee Trail and Snow Reports
View webcam, weather conditions, and trail reports for Northern Wisconsin and Michigan

Campanile Center for the Arts
Phone: (715) 356-9700
The Campanile Center for the Arts is the new all-inclusive arts center in Wisconsin’s Northwoods, offering performances and classes. Located in the former St. Patrick’s Church and rectory, on the corner of Flambeau and West Milwaukee Streets in downtown Minocqua, we are at the center of a growing regional arts community.

Paul Bunyans Northwoods Cook Shanty
Located just a few minutes North, within walking distance, of Island Cove.
A Northwoods tradition for family dining - logging camp style.

Min-Aqua Bat Water Ski Shows
Providing free shows every Sunday, Wednesday, and Friday throughout summer at 7pm .
Enjoy the oldest water ski show in the Nation.

North Lakeland Discovery Center
Phone: (715) 543-2085
A year-round educational center promoting the region’s natural, cultural and historic resources located in Manitowish Waters.

DNR/Bearskin Trail
The trail starts from the west-side of the Island, behind the Post Office, and is within easy walking distance.
The Bearskin Trail runs from Minocqua on the north, down to County Highway K for a total of 18 miles. The Trailhead in Minocqua has a playground and a swimming beach. This trail is noted for its woodlands and many lakes. It has several trestles, and crosses the Bearskin Creek numerous times. Since the surface is granite, it may not be as compacted as a limestone trail.

Dr. Kate Newcomb Museum
923 2nd Ave., P.O. Box 851
Woodruff,  WI,  54568
Phone: (715) 356-6896
Learn the history of the Million Penny Parade and Dr. Kate Pelham Newcomb, who was known as the “Angel on Snowshoes”. Watch Dr. Kate on THIS IS YOUR LIFE. View changing theme exhibits. Open mid-June through Labor Day, Mon. - Fri., 11 a.m. - 4 p.m. Group tours by appointment. Free admission.