Eagle River's Community Art Center

Local Attractions & Tours

Eagle River Historical Museum
715-479-9384
We research, document and disseminate the history of Eagle River and the surrounding area to the public. We have pictures, books, artifacts, school records and personal history of early settlers on display. We are located in the Chicago and Northwestern Railroad Company building in downtown Eagle River, Wisconsin.


Eagle River Guides Association

715-479-8804 – www.eagleriverfishingguides.com
Located in the heart of Wisconsin's great Northwoods and nestled among stately, towering forests and spectacular scenic shores, Eagle River provides the relaxing atmosphere sought by many. Our lakes boast the best fishing in northern Wisconsin, offering trophy musky, walleye and bass fishing.


Eagle River Touring Company

715-479-5976
Welcoming small groups, families, corporate and large groups. Dining stops, rest stops, points of interest and photo opportunities. Call for information on pricing and reservations.


Great Headwaters Trail

715-617-0080 – www.ghtrails.org
Great Headwaters Trails exist to develop and support a 40-mile, family-friendly bicycle/pedestrian trail system for Eastern Vilas County. The system will connect Eagle River to Conover, Phelps, Land O' Lakes and St. Germain.


Hawk’s Nest Canoe Outfitters

715-479-7944 - www.hawksnestcanoe.com
Canoe, Kayak, Rafting and Tubing trips and rentals on the Wisconsin River. Flat water trips. Open 9:00 am - 5:00 pm daily mid May - mid September. Also on the Manitowish and Bear Rivers and Turtle Flambeau Flowage. Partial and complex outfitting.


International Snowmobile Hall of Fame & Museum

715-542-4488 – www.snowmobilehalloffame.com
Dedicated to preserving and showcasing the rich and exciting history of snowmobiling at both the recreational and competitive levels through the operation of a museum, hall of fame and library for the sport. Annual inductions honor the men and women who have played significant roles at the racing venues, design and manufacturing arenas, local clubs, state associations and national organizations.