Spooner, Your Must-See Destination This Fall

Photo provided by Washburn County Tourism Association
Photo provided by Washburn County Tourism Association

Fall is quickly descending upon the Northwoods and there is no better time to visit Spooner than right now! The changing color of the leaves offers the perfect opportunity for outdoor enthusiasts to come out and play.

The Spooner area is packed with all kinds of beautiful trails to stop and appreciate the serene scenery. With access to hundreds of miles of ATV/UTV trails, your chance to take in some breathtaking views are seemingly endless. Loud engines not your speed? Grab your bicycle and check out the gorgeous and expertly maintained bike trails in Spooner City Park or at the Wildcat Mountain Bike Trails. There are also many hiking trails in the area such as the more primitive Beaverbrook Wildlife Area trails, as well as multiple well-traveled skillfully groomed trails located at Hunt Hill Audubon Sanctuary and Heartwood Resort.

Another exhilarating way to experience the array of fall colors is along Wisconsin’s Moving National Park the Namekagon River. Weather you are looking to hike, fish, canoe, or kayak, there are so many ways to enjoy this spectacular portion of the St. Croix Riverway. Looking to rent or buy equipment before you head out? AAA Sports Shop and the Spooner Outlet have everything you can dream of to outfit bothV novice and expert outdoorsmen alike.

So, whether you are looking to hit the trials, or the water one thing is unquestionable, you have to add Spooner to your must visit list this fall! Before you head out to explore, stop into the Visitor Center located at 122 N. River St. in Spooner to stock up on trail maps!

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