Marinette County has over 200 miles of ATV/UTV trails for you to explore. The majority of this trail system is open year round except during inclimate trail condititons during the spring break-up (typically around April). Marinette County road routes open May 1st.
All UTVs are allowed to ride on ATV designated trails in Marinette County.
CLICK HERE FOR Trail Reports
An Important Reminder:
ATV/UTV riders on the Iron Snowshoe ATV trails, in the Butler Rock area of Marinette County, which connect to Oconto County's summer-only ATV trail system at the county lines, need to be aware that Oconto County's ATV trails won't open until May 1st and close on October 31st each year.
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Park & Rides:
Dunbar | Pembine | Silver Cliff | Athlestane | Off of Parkway Rd.
Learn about area clubs here.
The Alpine Tower is a remarkable high ropes course adventure constructed on a series of vertical towers, providing an unforgettable outdoor experience for yourself, your friends, or a management team.
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Spend a day in a Wildman Paintball Pursuit, using action and strategy to pursue the opposing team.
The field is on a wooded and sloping terrain, with bunkers and obstacles placed throughout the area. Safety equipment is provided, including a face mask with goggles, and a chest protector.
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Unleash your inner aerial daredevil as you soar through the trees along the Menominee River on this guided zip line tour. One small step off the platform and it’s you’re flying! Experience five zip lines for over 1900 feet of adrenaline pumping action. Zip along the Menominee River and experience expansive views of both Wisconsin and Michigan. Land in towering pines as you move your way throughout the course. The final 600 foot zip will send leave you wanting to go again and again. When it comes to zip lines in Wisconsin or zip lines in Michigan, this is your place!
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Wildlife abounds in this extensively forested park. Deer, grouse and turkey are the most abundant. The natural balance of wooded upland and wetland provides diverse natural habitats and the ability to support many recreational activities. Visitors will find an atmosphere that is perfect for solitude, reflection and recreation.
This spot is a favorite for avid birders or those just wanting to take in some natural beauty. It offers needed habitat for waterfowl and shorebirds along the bay. It's also a great place to see birds rare to this region as they rest here during migration seasons.
Marinette County waters sport a diverse fish population, offering anglers a variety of premier fishing opportunities. With over 900 miles of rivers and streams, 442 lakes, and 600 miles of trout streams your sure to find a niche spot to spend your day casting and reeling during any time of the year!
Click here to learn about the various species of fish in our bodies of water.
Click here to view a full listing of Marinette County waters and fisheries.
Check out the listings below for area bait shops & fishing guides...
24 hour, self-service bait shop, fully stocked with 9 different types of bait!
The Bait & Sport Shop at Popp’s Resort has everything you need to successfully fish High Falls Flowage in all four seasons. Let their staff help you choose the bait and products that are working for fishermen not just in a given season, but today and this week as well.
T&B One Stop has live bait, tackle, hunting and camping supplies; and is located inside of the Mobil gas station on US Highway 141. They are a WDNR license agent and sell Marinette County camping and parks stickers.
My mission as your captain is to have a fun and safe experience for all ages while having the most success possible. I am an all species fisherman and provide all gear. Come fish with me on the bay, in the rivers, or even tour Marinette County Waterfalls while fishing in their pools!
Whether you are a vetted expert or looking for something new to try, geocaching is a great way to get outdoors and put your detective skills to work. Known as "the world's largest treasure hunt," geocaching allows anyone to join the hunt for hidden objects. All you need is a GPS or the geocaching app.
Hundreds of caches are hidden throughout Marinette County communities. Take a day to find a few or try to find as many as you can!
Here's a hint: search for geocaches in Marinette County at our waterfalls, boat launches, campgrounds, historical locations, and parks. Happy hunting!
Bombers Golf Course is a beautifully maintained U.S.G.A. 9-hole, par 33 course with gently rolling hills set alongside 4000 feet of Menominee River frontage. This is an old-growth course that was established and designed in 1955. Bombers Club House is a landmark in the region, dating back to the days of prohibition. After your round, stop in for one of our signature mixed drinks or a cold local tap beer! Check us out. We’re proud to offer you a fun, classic golf course!
Bombers is the proud home of Wildman Adventure Resort, the largest outdoor adventure resort in the midwest! Wildman offers action adventures including whitewater rafting, zip line tours, rock climbing, and paintballing. Are you looking to turn your trip into an adventure weekend? Wildman also offers premier lodging!
The original nine holes is an executive, par 29. Its rolling terrain is perfect for the beginner golfer, yet it is still a challenge for the expert golfer.
The new nine was designed and built by Charlie DeSmidt. The championship, par 36, opened July 1, 2000. Its separated fairways will make you feel like you are on your own private golf course; with four tees on each hole, it will accommodate all levels of golfing abilities.
The snow white sand bunkers, crystal blue ponds that come into play on five holes, and over 20,000 flowers, make this course an absolute must see! After your day of golf, be sure to stop in the clubhouse. Friendly staff is waiting to serve you a refreshing drink and a great sandwich or Friday Night Fish Fry!
The 9-hole "Green Acres" course at the Green Acres Golf Club facility in Pembine, Wisconsin features 2,510 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 34. The course rating is 35.0 and it has a slope rating of 113 on Rye grass.
Hunter’s Glen Golf Club, located just off Highway 141, one mile east of Crivitz, offers the public a championship level course. This championship course was designed by Rick Jacobsen and boasts an exquisite design with contoured tree-lined fairways, vast natural areas, and undulating greens. Hunter’s Glen Golf Club promises to be one of the most challenging courses you’ll encounter during your visit to Northeast Wisconsin.
Little River Country Club offers an 18-hole golf course with challenging par 3’s and many trees that will make par a challenge to obtain! Little River Country Club also offers Friday Night Dining for a casual evening out or for a whole family outing.
Little River Country Club also has a great rated practice facility. The summer facility is situated on a grass tee with targets, and an expanded short game area to practice putting, chipping, & pitching play. The winter facility is a building that provides radiant heated hitting bays
This state park consists of over 2800 acres on the Caldron Falls Flowage. There are 16 miles of mowed hiking trails to explore - find giant granite rock outcroppings, birds, wild flowers, and more!
This trail is perfect for families with short mile-long routes. The trail leads you through the forest beside the scenic Peshtigo River and past a grove of hemlocks. There is a trail guide available at the trail head so you can also learn about the many natural and historic features of this area.
Take a hike around beautiful Timm's Lake and view the breathtaking scenery or watch the ducks and loons swim in Loon Bay. The trails wind around a portion of the lake and up onto the bluffs overlooking Morgan County Park and Timm's Lake. A moderate hike, but well worth the scenic beauty.
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The Forest is comprised of various loops that provide a variety of distances. Offering breathtaking views of the river and quiet serenity except for the rush of the Peshtigo River.
Please note: hiking on groomed ski trails is prohibited.
Spend some time in this series of trails following the banks of the Menominee River. Located in the city of Niagara, meaning "thundering waters", these trails feature bluff views and the wooded beauty of all four seasons. Take time to hike, bike, cross country ski, or snowshoe in this pristine area.
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20 miles of single and wide marked horse trails. Campsites have picnic tables, fire rings and a highlines for the horses. There is an outhouse and a newly drilled well with an electric pump and a hand pump, all water is potable.
Directions - From Highway 141 Take Hwy 141 to Middle Inlet. Take County Road X East to Lake Mary Rd. Go North on Lake Mary Rd. to Forest Rd. 901 Take FR 901 North for two miles and the camp is on the left. From Highway 180 Take Hwy 180 to County Road X West to Lake Mary Rd. Go North on Lake Mary Rd to Forest Rd. 901 Take FR 901 North for two miles and the camp is on the left.
Land manager is Clip-Clop Trail Riders working with Marinette County Forestry and Parks Department – firstname.lastname@example.org
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Kick back, relax and enjoy the beauty of the Northwoods from the seat of a recreational kayak. The Wildman Adventure Resort kayak tour takes you to the serene High Falls flowage, where adventure and beauty come together. The High Falls flowage is surrounded by almost 10,000 acres of wild lands that are open to the public and are yours to explore. The vast wilderness creates a feeling of being in a remote Canadian lake, but you will never be far from home. The cool tannin stained water, granite outcroppings and islands, big fish, and forested shores are like being north of the border. The wild shores of the 1,600 acre High Falls Flowage are part of the Peshtigo River, the same river that passes by the Wildman Adventure Resort.
During your 2-3 hour adventure, be prepared for spectacular wildlife sightings including encounters with bald eagles, great blue heron, loon, a variety of ducks, sand hill cranes, turkey vultures, whitetail deer, black bear, coyotes, fox, wolves, and river otters just to name a few. Your trip will take you on a paddling voyage where you will be exploring the open water, the shorelines, and even wild islands. We try to end all of our trips on a high note, even our more laid back trips. Those that live life on the edge might choose the optional end of trip cliff jump!
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Marinette County has over 750 miles of snowmobile trails for you to explore. The trails are scenic, wide, well-groomed, and clearly marked.
The trail system opens anytime after Dec. 15th each year depending on the snow conditions. You can find detailed trail reports here or at marinettecosnowtrails.com
While you may never travel ALL of Wisconsin's 25,000 miles of scenic, interconnected snowmobile trails, you may be tempted to try! In Marinette County, we have hundreds of miles of trails of our own, all tied into the statewide system. Many of them will take you right to the doorstep of your resort or lodging accommodations.
Marinette County is blessed with an army of volunteers, organized in clubs, who maintain hundreds of miles of snowmobile trails all throughout Marinette County. There are 7 distinct trail systems these clubs work to provide...and thanks to them...we can ALL enjoy the ride!
CLICK HERE to get your SNOWMOBILE Trail Map
Marinette County is the Waterfall Capital of Wisconsin, with 15 waterfalls to explore. Our self-guided Waterfall Tours provide an easy, family-friendly way to get back to nature.
Download or Request a Copy of the Waterfall Map and Brochure
Note: About half of the waterfalls on our tour are located within the Marinette County Parks system.
A $5.00 per day (per car) or $25.00 per year (per car) entrance fee can be paid at park entrances or in advance here.
This pass is valid for admission to all county parks.
Want a sneak peak at what you'll find? Get a glimpse of all 15 waterfalls here!
Peshtigo River Office
W14073 Co Rd C
Silver Cliff, WI 54104
Menominee River Outpost
W7010 US Highway 8 E
Niagara, WI 54151
September thru October
Saturday & Sunday: 9 AM - 3 PM
- Peshtigo River Whitewater Rafting
- Alpine Tower High Ropes
- Lake Kayak Tour
- Stand Up Paddle Boarding
N22200 Bomber Road
Niagara, WI 54151
- Menominee River Whitewater Rafting
- Rock Climbing
- Bombers Golf