Summer is in full swing, and all of the ATV trails in Washburn County, WI, are ready to get ripped! This dynamic matrix is an intricate system that loops throughout the county and abroad, sending riders through an exciting assortment of dense forests, panoramic pastures, and sprawling wetlands. With over 100 miles of trails, intertwined with the expansive Wild Rivers and Tuscobia state trails, ATV tours offer an adrenaline-fueled way to explore the Northwoods. Located in Trego, WI, the heart of “Vacationland,” Heartwood Resort & Conference Center is your gateway to an unforgettable retreat.
There is something to be said about a summer retreat to evade the hustle and bustle of our modern lifestyles. Few activities can match the tranquility found while fishing, and anglers who make the trek to Northern Wisconsin can attest to the stress relief supplied by the serene wilderness and pristine waters that attract them. Fishing in Wisconsin is an experience that many have shared and continues to draw attention from those seeking the beautiful things in life.
Summer is arguably the best time to visit Northern Wisconsin, as evidenced by the droves of visitors that flock here to seek relaxation in a tranquil, laid-back environment. Whether it's parents hoping to instill a reverence for the great outdoors in their children, couples seeking a romantic Wisconsin getaway, or the solo traveler, exploring the nooks and crannies of an untapped wilderness, Northern Wisconsin has something for everyone.
Whether you're tubing down the Namekagon River or trekking through the Northern Wisconsin wilderness, spending time outdoors is one of the essential things to do in Trego, Wisconsin. With so many forests, lakes, rivers, and trails, Heartwood Resort & Conference Center is at the hub of Northern Wisconsin's "Vacationland" and promises to provide unrivaled accommodations on your Wisconsin vacation.
For many, summer and Northern Wisconsin go hand and hand. Every year, thousands of families load up their vehicles and head for the serene, Wisconsin lake resorts. By escaping the daily grind and reliving the memories of their youth, parents wish to create lasting impressions for their children, in hopes that they too will inherit an equal reverence for the great outdoors.
Wisconsin winters are snow-sports-galore. From cross country skiing in Wisconsin to ice fishing on frozen lakes, Midwest winter getaways are the perfect opportunity to get outside and enjoy the crisp, fresh air.
Wisconsin is an oasis for those who like to get outdoors and play. With 15,000 lakes, countless forest trails, around 50 inches of snow annually, our state is the ideal place for snow sports and family retreats. Heartwood Conference Center is on the banks of the gorgeous Hoinville Lake, which freezes into a backyard ice rink each winter. You can enjoy all the best things to do in Wisconsin in winter while staying at our retreat center, including pond hockey, snowmobiling, and ice fishing. But one of our favorite winter activities in Wisconsin is a little more obscure: broomball.
Waterfalls are truly a sight to behold; some trickle softly, some gush forcefully, and, here in Wisconsin, many freeze solidly. The Wisconsin waterfalls enchant visitors year-round, so you can feel the light mist of water on your face each summer and gaze at its still, icy current each winter. Heartwood Conference Center is lucky to be near three of the best waterfalls in Wisconsin: Big Manitou Falls, Little Manitou Falls, and Amnicon Falls. Stay with us and enjoy days full of outdoor exploration and breathtaking scenery. Two-for-One Best Waterfalls in Wisconsin Pattison State Park includes two sets of Wisconsin waterfalls, [...]
Snowshoeing is a great way to quietly venture into the fresh snow, as you make your way through the beautiful Northwoods. When it comes to finding the perfect things to do in Wisconsin through our long winters, we like to highlight an increasingly growing sport, snowshoeing, as everyone can take part in it. We are fortunate to have many excellent sites to explore nearby our Wisconsin Northwoods.