Trails

The Benefit of Public Land

September 25, 2012 0 Comments
The Benefit of Public Land

I am about to embark on another short fishing trip to the backwoods of Wisconsin. During my last jaunt it dawned upon me how nearly every scenic natural area is owned by the government. This is something I knew since I was young, but I never thought about it too much in depth. I was dreaming […]

Continue Reading »

Wisconsin Geography Quiz

September 10, 2012 0 Comments
Wisconsin Geography Quiz

  The sunny and mild days of September sure seem to make people want to get out and travel and see the sights, whether it be by car, bike, motorcycle, or boat.  With that in mind maybe you need to freshen up on your Wisconsin geography knowledge a bit.  Perhaps you will come across some […]

Continue Reading »

Major Work on Ice Age Trail Near Aniwa

September 6, 2012 0 Comments
Major Work on Ice Age Trail Near Aniwa

    If you enjoy the outdoors, hiking, and checking out important landforms and geological sites in our area, the press release below will interest you.   A major project is sheduled for the Ice Age National Scenic Trail near Aniwa this month.  It is so intensive that a local National Guard Unit has been called […]

Continue Reading »

A Volcano in Wisconsin?

July 8, 2011 8 Comments
A Volcano in Wisconsin?

WATCH THE VIDEO: Wandering Wisconsin: Dells of the Eau Claire Our state has a very interesting geologic history.  Though you wouldn’t know it when driving through the rolling Wisconsin hills dotted with dairy farms, at one point a long time ago things looked a little different.  Geologists believe that about two billion years ago massive […]

Continue Reading »

Adopt-A-Park in Marathon County

June 10, 2011 0 Comments
Adopt-A-Park in Marathon County

Interested in keeping Marathon County’s beautiful parks system clean and green?  Well, here’s your chance! Become an Adopt-A-Park volunteer and help monitor park maintenance by alerting the parks commission when something is wrong.  Here’s how it works.  Choose your favorite Marathon County Park or Recreation Area.  Let the Parks Commission know you’d like to become a […]

Continue Reading »

Snowshoe Championship in Cable, WI

March 1, 2011 0 Comments
Snowshoe Championship in Cable, WI

We are running down to the tail end of winter recreation across Wisconsin with the eventual major spring thaw certainly not more than a few weeks away.  In the meantime, maybe you want to participate or watch a fantastic snowshoe competition!  Below is a press release for the 2011 Dion Snowshoes U.S. National Snowshoe Championships-March […]

Continue Reading »

Grooming and Brrrrrrrr

January 8, 2011 0 Comments
Grooming and Brrrrrrrr

Alright so the groomer info is up on our website.  Here is the exclusive on what a groomer is and how it works! Here is the actual package that aired last night. Alight since we are already talking about snow, lets take a look at the next time we may actually see a nice dosing […]

Continue Reading »

Life of a Snow Groomer!

January 6, 2011 0 Comments
Life of a Snow Groomer!

Besides the 35 degree high that we hit on January 1st ( and that was just after Midnight!) every high temp has been below average so far this week.  This will continue into the weekend so the first week of 2011 will be below normal and it looks like we may not hit a normal […]

Continue Reading »

A little bit for everyone….

September 11, 2010 0 Comments
A little bit for everyone….

Today was the everything weather day! It rained hard overnight, then it was dark, gloomy with heavy mist through most of the late morning. By early afternoon the clouds broke and sunshine came out and it felt warm.  Tonight we are seeing mainly clear skies and them temps are already dropping.  I tell you, if today […]

Continue Reading »

The Most Awesome Thing

August 17, 2010 4 Comments
The Most Awesome Thing

My wife and I just got back from a short camping vacation in the UP of Michigan and I have to tell you about the most awesome thing I have done in a long time. First, the trip was to the Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. It is a nice area […]

Continue Reading »