Three Lakes has abundant outdoor activities for you to enjoy in addition to your camping experience. Here are a few ideas for you to check out while you stay.
Not only is our campground located along the beautiful shores of Big Stone Lake, but in addition we boast the largest chain of inland lakes in the world, consisting of 28 interconnected lakes, twenty of which are located in Three Lakes and 174 miles of shoreline. There is plenty of space for water-skiing, paddle boards, wake boards, canoeing and kayaking.
We are blessed in the Three Lakes area with bountiful trails for hiking, biking, horseback riding, cross country skiing or by UTV. Download the Three Lakes trails guide here to get your started:
Bring your clubs along and check out Big Stone Golf Course located right across the street from Three Lakes Campground and just four miles of east downtown Three Lakes. For more details or to book a tee time visit:
You can hardly be in the Northwoods of Wisconsin without numerous places to put in a line. Explore on your own the many lakes in the area, or schedule a guide for a trip out on the water. The chain of lakes in and around Three Lakes is home to 16 known varieties of fish.
At the end of your day, enjoying the outdoors, you may want to try one of our local restaurants or pubs to satisfy your appetite. For a complete listing visit the Chamber site here:
Three Lakes Winery has been making the Original Cranberry Wine since 1972. As the second oldest winery in Wisconsin, we have our roots in tradition of authentic wine flavor. The McCain family’s unique wines are made from whole fruits and berries, no flavorings or juices added. If you’ve never tasted a fruit wine before – start with these!