Spend The Day Exploring Dozens Of Glacial Lakes In Wisconsin’s Largest State Forest

The Northern Highland-American Legion State Forest holds some real treasure. The forest sprawls across a huge swath of Northern Wisconsin, an area that was covered by glaciers thousands of years ago. While the glaciers are long gone, they left something special behind – scores of pristine lakes that are simply beautiful. Here’s what you need to know about this special state forest that’s filled with lakes.

A vehicle admission sticker is required for all family campgrounds and posted fee beach and picnic areas. You can pick up maps and a printed newspaper about the forest at visitor stations that are located at Clear and Crystal Lakes. Learn more about the forest here. If you’re interested in taking a hike by the water, here are some Wisconsin trails that will take you to some incredible places!

Address: Northern Highland–American Legion State Forest, 4125 County Highway M, Boulder Junction, WI 54512, USA