Small-town experiences, at their best...

A constellation of villages and townships, each sporting their individual flare and personality, offer visitors unique tastes of our Burnett County culture.


As you cross over the beautiful St. Croix River into Wisconsin, the Village of Grantsburg welcomes you with open arms. Home to the largest wildlife area in the state and with many access points to the St. Croix National Scenic Riverway, Grantsburg is the place to be for for wildlife and water enthusiasts alike.  If you’re looking for an experience outside of its plentiful natural spaces, you’ll find world-class events throughout the year and an incredible dairy cooperative with modern cheese store and inviting bistro.

The village tagline “Start Here” couldn’t be more appropriate.


St. Croix National Scenic Riverway

Burnett County features 80 miles of the St. Croix National Scenic Riverway, and Grantsburg is your perfect access point.


Crex Meadows Wildlife Area

Over 30 thousand acres of protected wildlife area, Crex Meadows is a destination for birding and outdoor enthusiasts. 


Snowmobile Watercross

Held each July at Memory Lake Park, the World Championship Snowmobile Watercross is fun and excitement for the whole family.






The Village of Siren is known for adventures, arts and amenities. This small community is a big part of many visitors’ travel plans because it boasts some of the most unique shopping experiences, plenty of restaurants and incredible attractions. With an active Chamber of

Commerce, Siren is known for hosting family-friendly events throughout the year.


Fourth of July

Enjoy the Freedom 5k, bed races, parade and much more at the annual celebration. 


Taste of Siren

'Food & Beverage Tastes' by Siren area dining establishments and select wine, brewery & beverage businesses! 


Wedding Fair

Held the last Sunday in January every year, couples are invited to create their perfect destination wedding.


Travel just a few miles north and you’ll find yourself in the Village of Webster. With a quaint main street and a real “home town” feel, you’ll be welcomed into shops and diners with open arms. Webster is home to a unique art gallery featuring the photography of at-risk youth, a booming Memorial weekend craft fair and plenty of service businesses waiting to give you a hand.


Fat Fish Forty Bike Race

The Fat Fish 40 is a fat bike specific race, open class, self supported with prizes for best overall male, female and team.

photo by Harriet Rice

Memorial Day Craft Fair

Largest annual one-day show in Burnett County! 150+ Arts & Crafts vendors. Food, free admission and parking.


In a New Light Gallery

Located in Webster Wisconsin, this one-of-a-kind gallery is the physical manifestation of the hope and healing experiences of art and nature.




Up north a bit farther, you’ll reach the unincorporated hamlet of Danbury. Don’t let that unincorporated thing fool you. This small town has some big-city attractions and amenities, including a state-of-the-art Tribal casino, world-class sporting goods shop, a gift shop to decorate your cabin and homemade donuts.

photo by Nancy Herman


Follow 50 miles of summer ATV/UTV trails across the county



In late summer you'll enjoy a good polka, brats, and put away a beer or two while donned in old-time German costumes.


Forts Folle Avoine

Burnett County is home to a truly unique historical attraction; an

80-acre park is the site of two early 1800s fur trading posts.

Webb Lake / A&H

In the northeastern part of the county you’ll find a constellation of smaller townships with much to offer. Down winding back roads to the east of Danbury is Webb Lake, a destination for motorsports enthusiasts year-round. It’s annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade and celebration brings thousands of people to the area.

Just down the road is the intersection of county roads A&H. Here you’ll find a quaint but robust corner store with everything from ice cream to minnows, a yoga and hair studio, wine store and plenty of drinking and dining options to choose from.


Namekagon River

The 12.5 miles that flow through the county are some of the most wild and scenic, offering naturally breathtaking views as you navigate the few stretches of rapids to the east of Namekagon Trail Landing.

photo credit: The 10th Hole

St. Patricks Day

The annual celebration brings thousands of folks to Webb Lake for a day of family, friends and fun.


Lake Fun

Over 500 named lakes, most with public landings, offer visitors the chance to enjoy a day at the lake from one edge of the county to the other.

Hertel / Eastern Townships

Burnett County's Trade Lake region is home to the Fish Lake Wildlife Area and many opportunities for outdoor recreation on both water and trails.

In Hertel, the St. Croix Casino Hertel Express includes a casino, a convenience store, a truck stop, a 16-stall RV park and an 850-seat amphitheater. The tribe also owns and operates Southwinds Plaza.


St. Croix Casinos

The new complex also has a smoke shop with a drive-up window and walk-in humidor, an RV Park and an amphitheater.



Wineries aren’t just for California - Wisconsin’s vineyards are not to be missed


Lit Trails

25 km of trails groomed for skating and classic techniques. Some areas lit.


Burnett County Tourism Coalition


For County Tourism related inquiries:
Burnett County Tourism Office
715-349-5999 or 800-788-3164


For County Government related inquiries: