"The Island City", as it's lovingly called, is one of the largest tourist destinations of the northwoods.

Located in the heart of Wisconsin's lake country, it is known for boating, fishing, swimming, snowmobiling, cross-country skiing, hiking, and biking.

Perfect for all seasons and families looking for  small town charm and whimsy, but still plenty of adventure. Plus explore the restaurants and shopping for a taste of minocqua and local flavor. 

Downtown minocqua is located only 15-20 minutes east of birch point bay. perfect for a night out for dinner and a drink, or an escape on those "not so perfect" Weather lake days

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Lac du Flambeau

Lac Du Flambeau is one of Wisconsin's many Native American reservations in the Northwoods.

Officially Established during the treaties of 1837 and 1842, the band has inhabited the area since 1745. The area was continually logged in the following years and became a tourist destination for families from southern Wisconsin and Illinois around the turn of the century.

The band acquired the name Lac du Flambeau from its gathering practice of harvesting fish at night by torchlight. The name Lac du Flambeau or "Lake of the Torches" refers to this practice and was given to the band by the French traders and trappers who visited the area.

Facts:

  • The reservation includes 260 lakes, 65 miles of streams and rivers, and 24,000 acres of wetland

  • It is the home of medicine rock located on Flambau lake, and Strawberry Island