Three Lakes
More Lakes~More Trails~More Fun!

Three Lakes
More Lakes~More Trails~More Fun!
Three Lakes
More Lakes~More Trails~More Fun!

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23rd Annual Festival of Lights

Visit with Santa & Mrs. Claus and experience the countdown to the lighting of the tree and park gazebo. Live Reindeer and Christmas Carolers – all held in Cy Williams Park. Reindeer arrive around 4pm and will remain until about 7:30 pm. Santa & Mrs. Claus arrive at 5:00 pm and will be available for…

Three Eagle Trail Photo Big 2

Explore Our Area!

Whether you seek an active vacation, or just want to relax – Three Lakes, Wisconsin offers the ideal location for both.

Three Lakes is a small community nestled amidst the 650,000-acre Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest, known for its crystal clear lakes, abundant fisheries, trophy deer and an array of wildlife species.

Downtown Three Lakes provides the old-fashioned charm of a storefront community. Its main street is lit by antique looking lampposts and lined with unique gift shops, restaurants and other small businesses. Fall, winter, spring or summer; every season offers unique recreational opportunities and spectacular settings. Come spend time in our friendly town. If you have any questions when you arrive visit the Three Lakes Area Chamber. We are always willing to help. Call 715-546-3344 or 800-972-6103 for assistance.

The community’s greatest natural resource is the largest inland chain of lakes in the world, consisting of 28 interconnected lakes. The variety of lakes and channels within the chain provide sufficient space for water skiing, wake boarding and boating as well as canoeing and kayaking.  Fishing for sport or a fish fry, the chain of lakes has a variety of species including muskies, northern pike, bass and panfish. The Nicolet side of the National Forest offers spectacular opportunities for bicycling, hiking, birdwatching, photography, hunting, camping, snowshoeing, cross-country skiing and snowmobiling.


Contact us now to get your FREE visitor guide to Three Lakes