Wisconsin's Premier Northwest
Just 1.5 hours from the Twin Cities, nestled comfortably within a landscape of winding riverways, soaring pines and incredible wetlands, you’ll find Burnett County, Wisconsin.
Boasting over 500 pristine lakes and nearly 80 miles of the St. Croix National Scenic Riverway, Burnett County is a haven for water enthusiasts of all types. From canoeing to swimming, fishing and ice fishing, memorable moments on our waters are yours for the taking year-round.
But the fun doesn’t stop where the water meets the shoreline. Our natural spaces are second to none – enjoy a leisurely hike, bike ride or auto tour on one of our many scenic trailways or take advantage of over 50,000 acres of Wildlife areas, including our very own Wetlands Gem, Crex Meadows.
A true getaway for water and wildlife enthusiasts and the like, Burnett County is your premier northwest Wisconsin destination.
From the Blog
Story submitted by Harriet Rice Outstanding artwork by students from five area high schools will be exhibited March 9-10 at Tesora/Northwoods Crossing Event Center. The show, sponsored by the Burnett Area Arts Group (BAAG) celebrates National Youth Art Month. “This new event provides community members an opportunity to appreciate the talents of outstanding high school…
Story submitted by Harriet Rice Sunny skies and balmy temperatures brought out an estimated 200 ice fishing enthusiasts for Saturday’s Devils Lake Ice Fishing Contest co-sponsored by Bump’s Lakeside and the Burnett Area Tourism Coalition. Raffle tickets sold like hotcakes. While there were drawings throughout the day, the suspense built for the three top prizes.…
The Namekagon River earned a small feature this month in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Fun Times
You voted, and the Log Cabin Store & Eatery in Danbury, WI is the favorite place to shop in Burnett County!
You voted, and the must-do event of 2017 is Night Golfing at Fox Run Golf!
You voted, and the FishBowl Bar in Danbury, WI is the top Burnett County tavern of 2017!
Our very own Wetlands Gem, Crex Meadows Wildlife Area was a small feature this month in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Fun Times
Old Webster School remembered: brick by brick By Harriet Rice