Flambeau River State Forest
Important goals guide the management of this 90,000 - acre property located along the Flambeau River. The principles of sustainable forestry are used to assure that the forest can and will continue to provide a full range of benefits to the people and visitors of Wisconsin. Northern hardwood forests of sugar and red maples, yellow birch and white ash create a beautiful color display in fall. North and south forks of the Flambeau River offer 75 miles of white water canoeing and there are numerous lakes to fish in. Northern birds are found in good numbers throughout the property along with Bald Eagles and Common Loons.
Directions: 13 miles east of Winter via Highway W, where the North Fork of the Flambeau River crosses Hwy W.
Gazetteer: Page 86, B-2 (prior to 10th edition). | Page 34, D-1 (10th edition).
Amenities: Campsites are available for a fee and picturesque remote campsites along river are offered at no cost on a first come, first serve basis.
Web site: WDNR Flambeau River State Forest
Admission fee: Campground fees where applicable.
Parking: Parking throughout the property.
Nearest food & lodging: Winter, 13 miles to the west or in Phillips, 18 miles to the east.