2019 Burnett County Guide
715-259-7888 • 30328 Co. Rd. H • Downtown Webb Lake, WI Main-Store.com MAIN STORE The Minnetonka Moccasins • Gifts GUNS • PISTOLS • BOWS • FURS SPORTING GOODS • CARHARTT • BAIT 715-656-3116 • Open Daily 30217 Hwy. 35 & 77 • Danbury, WI LogCabinStoreDanbury.com DANBURY LAUNDRY CAR-ATV-BOAT WASH 7403 Main St. E. • Jct. Hwys. 35 & 77 • Danbury, WI 715-349-2899 24187 State Road 35/70 Siren, WI ERAParkside.com Parkside Realty Leaders Where It Counts! Live life here... D ream B ig & www.Siren.EdinaRealty.com | 715-349-7035 S O L D ! 715-349-8080 • Siren, WI Lake s i deRea l t yOn l i ne . com 715-656-4310 • 28281 County Rd. C • Webster, WI Daily, Weekly, Monthly, Seasonal • Open May 1 to Oct. 1 21 ON ATV TRAILS 715-656-4050 | 30790 St. Rd. 35/77 | Danbury, WI TrailsideMotel.com 12 Large, Clean Rooms HD TV • Dish • Air • Free WiFi • By ATV & Snowmobile Trails Trailside Motel ON UPPER WEBB LAKE 715-259-3363 30925 Namekagon Rd. Danbury, WI 54830 LLC R o s e n t h a l s R e s o r t . c om 20 Year-Round Vacation Homes, Overnight & Seasonal Campsites, On ATV & Snowmobile Trails, FREE Wi-Fi, Restaurant & Bar, Pool • Cabins open all year • 50 large, wooded seasonal sites 715-866-7576 • 3880 Normans Landing Rd. • Webster, WI 54893 Ma l l a r dLakeRe s o r t . com 19 RESORT & MOTEL OPEN ALL YEAR 11 cabins, 4 condo suites, 6 motel rooms, 4-bdr. home, bar, food & indoor pool. Boat & pontoon rentals. Family dining. 715-866-7101 7861 Birch St. • Danbury, WI 54830 IkeWa l tonLodge . com 17 16 715-635-2840 • N8347 Bay Park Road • Trego, WI B a y P a r k R e s o r t . c om Lakefront Cottages & Seasonal Camping at a Great Vacation Destination! On Trego Lake HEATED SWIMMING POOL BashawLakeResort.com 262.391.6817 • 3215 Lakeview Church Rd. • Shell Lake, WI DANBURY • 715-656-3456 LUCK • 715-472-2210 WEBSTER • 715-866-8366 WaynesFoodsPlus.com Your Complete Supermarket Cold Beer Cave Liquor • Wine Webster Full Service Advertising & Design Agency YellowRiverAdvertising.com 218-426-0964 ® Serving Burnett County since 1997! 15 715-259-3910 • 28851 Kilkare Road • Danbury, WI Vo y a g e r V i l l a g e . c o m GOLF GRILL REALTY 715-349-8000 8606 Waldora Rd. 2 miles west of Siren, WI just off Hwy. 70 S i renNat i ona l . com 19-HOLE CHAMP IONSHI P GOLF 18 Holes of Adventure- Style Miniature Golf 715-349-5454 24235 1st Ave. • The Lodge Village • Siren, WI MooseMulligans.net WILD RIVER OUTFITTERS 715-463-2254 15177 State Rd. 70 • Grantsburg, WI W i l d R i v e r P a d d l i n g . c om U n i q u e G i f t s & A r t Canoe & Kayak Rental & Shuttle Service SUMMER GALLERY Open Mid-May to Mid-Oct. FRIDAYS & SATURDAYS 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. 715.635.7371 • 3034 Co. Rd. A • Webster, WI 13 miles East of Webster on County Road A or 2 miles West of County Roads A & H 13 A Unique Store that offers . . . Scrapbooking & Card Making Supplies Rubber Stamps • Paper Arts Open Daily • 715-349-8900 • The Shops at the Lodge • Siren, WI MakingMemoriesAndMore-Siren.com Danbury Mini Mall Antiques • Art • Books • Collectibles • Crafts DVDs • Home Decor • Jewelry • Tools • More 715-656-3100 • 7517 Main St. • Danbury, WI Pardun’s Canoe Rental & Shuttle Service CANOES • KAYAKS • TUBES 715-656-7881 • Danbury, WI 320-384-0508 • St. Croix St. Park Pa r dun s CanoeRen t a l . c om 10 11 12 SIREN LIONS CLUB Weekly Meat Raffles • 3 Area Taverns Ice Fishing Contest • February 23 FREE Kids Fishing Contest • June 2 Huge Yard Sale • Aug. 30, 31 & Sept. 1 WOOD RIVER GARDEN STORE Trees, Shrubs, Annuals, Perennials 715-463-2426 • 12099 St. Rd. 70 • Grantsburg, WI WoodRiverGardenStore.com The Pheasant Inn & Sports Bar Open 11 a.m. Daily • Homemade Pizza Variety of Chicken Wings – Our Specialty! 715-349-5755 • 7694 W. Main St. • Siren, WI AWESOME FOOD GREAT BEER GOOD FRIENDS On Snowmobile Trails 715.349.5815 • 6699 St. Rd. 70 • Siren, WI Food Specials • On ATV & Snow Trails Entertainment Every Weekend 715-259-4440 • 30331 Co. Rd. H • Webb Lake, WI Full Menu & Bar On/Off Sales • Catering Snowmobile & ATV trails at our door! Hunters welcome! Gas & Oil • ATM 715-244-3731 33595 St. Rd. 35 • Danbury, WI 9 1/8 mile West of the Gandy Dancer Trail 715-866-9977 • 7576 Co. Rd. U • Danbury, WI HAPPY HOUR SUN. THRU FRI. • 4 TO 6 P.M. Meat Raffle • Fridays • 5:30 p.m. Music Every Weekend 715-866-4777 • 5046 Co. Rd. A • Webster, WI C R O W B A R Serving Food All Day • Full Menu Specialty Burgers • Daily Specials • Outside Deck Organic. Local. Sustainable. clovermeadowwinery . com 6 5 On-Farm & On-Road Service 715-689-2700 • alphatire.co 11828 State Road 70 • Grantsburg, WI 715-349-7573 Siren, WI Jan. to March Fri. - Sun. April to Dec. Daily 10 - 5 Multi-Dealer Mall GRANDMA’S ATTIC Vintage Collectibles & Handmade Gifts Open end of April thru Dec. • Cash or Check Only 715-689-2800 • 23609 Range Line Rd. • Falun, WI 715-244-3480 33140 St. Rd. 35 Danbury, WI We purchase . . . S tanding T imber FIREWOOD 715-349-BOAT (2628) 25208 St. Rd. 35 Siren, WI BooneDocksMarine.com COVER PHOTO Sharon Stoffel, Stoffel’s Shady Oaks Resort © 2019 Yellow River Advertising & Design, LLC All rights reserved. TREE SERVICE 22 BIG MIKE’S Outdoor Sports Shop Beer • Tackle • Ammo • Trapping Archery • Off Road Gas & Oil Your 4-Season Sports Shop 715-349-2400 • 6659 St. Rd. 70 • Siren,WI SPORTING GOODS & CONVENIENCE O ak R idge I nn & C ampground On Beautiful Webb Lake Seasonal sites available, electric, water, septic. 40 wooded acres, 500’ sandy beach. 612-801-1185 • 715-791-9015 31453 Webb Lake Dr. • Webb Lake, WI 54830 OakRidgeCampground. com Home & Cabin Decor, Gifts, Resortwear, Accessories 715-349-8484 The Shops at the Lodge Siren, WI SyrenGeneral.com 14 EMERGENCY Forts Folle Avoine Historical Park 8500 County Road U Between Danbury & Webster, WI 715-866-8890 • TheForts.org Historic 1802 to 1805 Wintering Posts of the North West & XY Fur Trading Companies TOURS WITH TRADITIONALLY DRESSED INTERPRETERS MUSEUMS • OJIBWE VILLAGE • ONE-ROOM SCHOOLHOUSE BLACKSMITH SHOP • TRAILS A Fun, Interactive Learning Experience at a Unique Historical Site! S erving F antastic F ood E very D ay ! Open 11 a.m. Daily 715-821-1000 30799 St. Rd. 35 • Danbury, WI FishBowlBarWI.com Open Friday thru Sunday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. 715-656-3514 6004 E. Bass Lake Rd. Danbury, WI TommysTooHighWines.com 7 • Full Bar & Menu • Food To Go • Full Service Catering AdventuresRestaurants.com Open 7 Days A Week 715-349-8500 • Catering 715-349-8504 St. Rd. 35/70 • The Lodge Village 7710 Park Rd. W. • Siren, WI DINING & REFRESHMENTS BURNETT DAIRY COOPERATIVE 5 miles east of Grantsburg on Hwy 70 715.689.2468 • www.burnettdairy.com Cheese • Ice Cream • Bistro Wine • Craft Beer • Gifts • Fuel 8 7 1 5 - 8 6 6 - 4 0 6 5 7428 Main St. F Webster, WI U S E D B OOK S Bought F Sold F Traded G a n d y D a n c e r B o o k s BOOKS B ruce ’ s A uto R epair & T owing , I nc . Wrecker & Flatbed Services 715-866-4100 7496 W. Main St. • Downtown Webster, WI Fiedler Ford, Inc. 715-463-5367 • 204 E. Madison Ave. • Grantsburg, WI F i e d l e r F o r d . c o m ANTIQUES GrantsburgAnimalHospital.com 715-463-2536 886 S. Pine St. • Grantsburg, WI 715-349-2630 • 7011 St. Rd. 70 • Siren, WI Open Daily • Homemade Pizzas B-A-R-G-O • Tues. & Fri. • 6 p.m. Burgers Chicken Weekend Breakfast ANIMAL CARE CALL 911 Burnett County Sheriff 715-349-2121 Burnett County Emergency Management 715-349-2171 Police Departments Grantsburg 715-463-2405 Siren 715-349-7181 Webster 715-866-4211 Hospitals Grantsburg 715-463-5353 Shell Lake 715-468-7833 Spooner 715-635-2111 St. Croix Falls 715-483-3221 DNR Stations Grantsburg 715-463-2897 Webster 715-866-8201 Spooner 715-635-2101 Fire, Pol ice, Ambulance FLORAL & GARDEN GIFTS & CLOTHING GOLF REAL ESTATE GRAPHIC DESIGN On/Off Sale Fine Foods Sports Bar Open All Year 715-349-2954 24136 St. Rd. 35/70 • Siren, WI • PourHouse.net OPEN 24 HOURS • 365 DAYS A YEAR ATV & Snowmobile Passes 715-349-2410 • 24096 St. Rd. 35/70 • Siren, WI CREX REALTY Inc. C r e x R e a l t y . c o m 715-463-5757 770 S. Pine • Jct. St. Rds. 48 & 70 Grantsburg, WI 54840 GROCERY LODGING & CAMPING FOUR STAR SPORTS Polaris Snowmobiles, Rangers, ATVs & Watercraft Husqvarna Forest & Garden Products • Rave Water Toys & Hydrobikes SALES H SERVICE H RENTALS 715-259-3286 H 29750 Long Lake Rd. H Webb Lake, WI FourStarSports.com H H H H S mall T own V eterinary P ractice Professional Animal Care in a Small Town Atmosphere 715-866-4275 • 7392 Oak St. E. • Webster, WI Sma l l Town Ve t . c om Quality Kitchenware & Pantry Supplies 715-349-8995 The Shops at the Lodge 7711 Park St. W. • Siren, WI AcornPantry.com F Espresso Bar F Breakfast F Lunch F Bakery F Catering 715-349-8282 F 7711 Park St. W. F Siren, WI F ChatteringSquirrelWI.com In The Shops at the Lodge GRANTSBURG TELCOM Division of FITC 715-463-5322 www.grantsburgtelcom.net Telephone - Internet Service - Cable Television 1.877.843.5634 • Siren, WI • MyLodge.com NW WI PREMIER HOTEL & CONFERENCE CENTER Lucky Strike Resort ON BEAUTIFUL DEVILS LAKE Modern cabins, fully furnished. Boat, pontoon, boat lift rentals, swimming beach with raft. By far, the nicest spot on Devils Lake. Just off Co. Rd. C, North of Webster. 800-787-4900 • 608-289-7299 27695 Ettinger Rd. • P.O. Box 101 • Webster, WI 54893 L u c k y S t r i k e R e s o r t . c o m 18 715-349-2314 • 24683 St. Rd. 35/70 • Siren, WI EarthEnergyWI.com Robin K. Tellor & Associates A financial advisory practice of Ameriprise Financial Services, Inc. 394 Lake Ave. S., Suite 505, Duluth, MN 55802 800.777.8511 • 218.722.4761 Facsimile 218.727.8077 Ameriprise Financial Services, Inc. Member of FINRA and SIPC. 1966507ACMR1217 Michael A. Edwards, MBA Financial Advisor SERVICES AUTO SERVICES CONSTRUCTION burnett county’s 2 019 TOP 10 MUST DOs WATER – Fishing WILDLIFE – Black Bear Sightings CULTURE/HISTORY – Burnett Dairy Cooperative TRAILS – ATV Trails EVENT – Webb Lake St. Patrick’s Day Parade ARTS – Webster Arts & Crafts Extravaganza STAY – The Lodge at Crooked Lake EAT – The Shop Bar & Grill TAVERN – Fish Bowl Bar & Grill SHOP – Log Cabin Store & Eatery Making great memories, one round at a time . . . 9-Hole Regulation Course 9-Hole Par 3 Course • FootGolf 715-866-7953 • FoxRun.golf 27536 St. Rd. 35, 2 mi. N. of Webster, WI When you bring in this ad. Green fee only. *Carts not discounted. 2019 season. BCM Pay for 9 * , Play 18 10 11 Otis’ Bar Furthest North Bar in Burnett Count y 715-244-3007 34002 St. Rd. 35 • Danbury, WI TRAIL 151 NOW OPEN Delicious Food & Homemade Pizza 715-635-7500 • 27790 Co. Rd. A • Corner of A & E • Spooner, WI /WhatTheHeckEateryAndSpi r i ts Gluten-free friendly offerings. Open daily. ATV & Snowmobile trail accessible. 715-656-3220 7523 Main St. Danbury, WI /cabin corner CHEESE STORE BREWERY/WINERIES Please support our advertisers! Tell them you saw their ad on the 2019 Burnett County Map! ENTERTAINMENT FINANCIAL ATTRACTIONS awesome ST. CROIX NATIONAL SCENIC RIVERWAY What’s more fun than a natural wonder that’s always changing? It’s true that every time you step foot or dip a paddle into the St. Croix or Namekagon Rivers, you’re experiencing something new from the time before. Burnett County is known for it’s natural spaces, and being home to one of only two National Parks in Wisconsin is certainly a point of pride. The County features 80miles of the St. Croix National Scenic Riverway - more than any other Wisconsin county. In total, the park spans 255 miles and is made up by both the Namekagon and St. Croix Rivers, and as such you’ll experience both quiet, backwater stretches and big-river experiences. These protected waters remain as pristine as ever, thanks to the efforts of the National Park Service and their supporting agen- cies. Not to be forgotten, however, is the stewardship provided by our river outfitters. With deep-seeded respect for the riverway, these outfitters help travelers navigate the riverway in a way that is both enjoyable and respectful to one of our greatest natural resources. These folks will help you plan a leisurely float down the river or an overnight camping trip on the shores of the St. Croix – assisting with the logistics of kayak and canoe pick-ups and drop offs , equipment rental and advice. The Namekagon River is arguably a world all of it’s own. Dubb ed “ Wisconsin’s Moving National Park,” this stretch of the St. Croix National Scenic Riv erway will call to those looking for a more wild experience . The 100-mile river feature s exciting oxbows and stretches of rushing currents , while traveling through both high and low banks. Burnett County’s landings are in the northernmost reaches of the county – it’s well worth the trip for river enthusiasts. Find out more information at namekagonriver.org. Burnett County is home to 52,000 acres of dedicated wildlife areas, the most of any Wisconsin county, and perfect for birding and wildlife viewing. CREX MEADOWS WILDLIFE AREA If the call of the loon, the sight of rare and endangered birds, or just the thought of truly immersing yourself in nature sounds appealing, look no further than our very own wetlands gem , Crex Meadows State Wildlife Area. Located just north of Grantsburg, this 30,000 acre property of restored habitat is home to over 270 species of birds . Its unique topography of marshlands, prairies, flowages and forests create the perfect ecosystem for even the most rare of species, including the LeConte’s sparrow. Nature enthusiasts travel from around the world to witness the breathtakingmigration of thousands of Sandhill cranes each fall, at what is considered the beginning of the Lake Superior Northwoods Region of the Great Wisconsin Birding & Nature Trail. The Crex Meadows Wildlife Education & Visitor Center welcomes guests year-round. Inside you will find interactive exhibits, edu- cational videos and a welcoming staff waiting to answer your questions. Exciting educational programming is offered throughout the year, including specialty hikes, wildlife festivals, guided tours and much more. NAMEKAGON BARRENS WILDLIFE AREA The Namekagon Barrens Wildlife Area consists of more than 6,000 acre s in northern Burnett and Washburn counties, part of the sands of northwestern Wisconsin. Its two units, managed by the WI Department of Natural Resources, lie on either side of the Namekagon River where it flows toward the St. Croix River. The jack pine-scrub oak barrens habitat is a fire-loving community that is globally rare and rich with diverse prairie flora and fauna. Home to one of the largest remaining populations of sharp-tailed grouse and to many other animals and plants, the bar- rens environment is shaped by its very sandy, droughty soils. Before European settlement, much of the area burned frequently. Sometimes it was because of natural causes like lightning and sometimes because Native Americans set fires to attract game animals, stimulate blueberry production, control biting insects and ease cross country travel. The frequent fires kept much of the landscape in a mixture of brush, prairie plants and very short oak or pine . Today, the DNR continues the use of controlled burns to maintain the area as part of the mosaic that is the barrens of the northwest sands. It’s a haven for wildlife enthusiasts, photographers, hikers and folks that love wild blueberry picking. AMSTERDAM SLOUGHS & DANBURY WILDLIFE AREAS The Amsterdam Sloughs , another 6,000 acre property, features a diverse mix of marshes, flowages, swamp land and forests. Birding enthusiasts will most likely catch glimpses of the great blue herons, osprey and eagles. In addition, the Danbury Wildlife Area is over 2,000 acres and is a haven for waterfowl, deer, snowshoe hare and other migratory birding species. FISH LAKE & KEIZER LAKE WILDLIFE AREAS Containing huge sedge marshes - remnants of the 1,200 year old “Glacial Lake Grantsburg,” the Fish Lake Wildlife Area is 14,000 acres . The Keizer Lake Wildlife Area includes deer, ruffed grouse, eagles and osprey. It is best viewed in the spring and fall and boasts 1,350 acres . GOVERNOR KNOWLES STATE FOREST Serving as a resource protection zone for the St. Croix National Scenic Riverway, Governor Knowles State Forest is a 190 acre stand of old growth red pines along the St. Croix River. Total coverage area of the Forest is 32,500 acres. The Forest includes many fine trout streams as well as the St. Croix River where canoeing is an excellent way to view geologic formations left by two ice ages. Hiking, biking and snowmobile trails are also available. Snowshoe hare, ruffed and sharp-tailed grouse, yellowthroats, eagles, pocket gophers and mink are some of the wildlife you could encounter. Plan to stay at one of the rustic campgrounds . Within the State Forest to the south, you’ll find horseback riding trails and equestrian campground . FORTS FOLLE AVOINE HISTORICAL PARK Whoever says history isn’t fun hasn’t been to Forts Folle Avoine Historical Park. Our 80-acre park sits on the site of two early 1800s fur trading posts , which had sat undisturbed for over 160 years before being discovered. With the careful and dedicated support of the Burnett County Historical Society, the trading posts were reconstructed in the 1980s, giving residents and visitors a way to connect to Burnett County’s past. The park offers tours of the site and Woodland Indian Village . While there, tour the blacksmith shop, the one-room school house, trek the nature trails and stop by the gift shop. The Fort’s amphitheater on the banks of the Yellow River is a breathtaking backdrop for special events and the facility is available to rent for weddings, reunions and the like. Some of the most fun to be had at The Forts happens during their incredibly popular events. From simple pancake breakfasts to the annual Great Folle Avoine Fur Trade Rendezvous , where re-enactors dress traditionally for demonstrations throughout the park, The Forts is truly the place to be. BURNETT DAIRY COOPERATIVE One of our most popular destinations, the Burnett Dairy Coop isn’t to be missed. Located just east of Grantsburg on Highway 70, the modern and inviting cheese store is chalk full of delectable cheeses, artisan groceries, hundreds of delicious wines, home- made breads and much more. The Dairy also makes their own ice creams available year round, as well as an in-store bistro that serves up distinctive soups and sandwiches. You can’t go wrong with their fresh cheese curds. BREWERY, DISTILLERY & WINERIES It’s no question that Wisconsin is home to an incredible beer culture, so it was only a matter of time before Burnett County added a brewery to our already robust roster of tavern establishments. Brickfield Brewing opened its doors in the fall of 2018 to rave reviews. This family-friendly brewery overlooks Memory Lake in downtown Grantsburg, and boasts “grain-to-glass” brews served in an industrial-chic taproom. But Wisconsin isn’t just known for its beer - a thriving and growing wine culture exists here as well. Due to our Midwestern climate, some unique grapes translate into full-flavored wines . Burnett County is home to two wineries serving up some of the best in small-batch wine making. Clover Meadow Winery and White Wolf Distillery on the eastern edge of the County is the only certified organic winery in the Midwest . Their cozy tasting room is open year round. Tommy’s Too High Wines in Danbury has won multiple accolades for their unique wine flavors and folks who visit rave about the friendly atmosphere. CASINOS The St. Croix Chippewa Indians of Wisconsin own and operate two of the newest casinos in the region , right here in Burnett County. Beyond the excitement found on the casino floors , these two attractions offer delicious, family-friendly dining options, in- credible meeting and event spaces, indoor and outdoor music venues , modern hotel amenities and an RV park . Visit their locations in Danbury and Hertel for fun you won’t soon forget. FARM-TO-TABLE AGROTOURISM If friendly faces and farm-to-table produce are two of your favorite things, you’re sure to find lots of fun to be had in Burnett County. Enjoy our multiple farmers’ markets sprinkled throughout the week during the growing season, and experience the burst of activities at our many farms during harvest. Many fruit farms open their doors (or fences) to the public for pick-your-own experiences including: blueberries (Squirrel Ridge Farm), strawberries (Lindy’s Berries) and apples (Smith’s Apple Orchard & Holmes Apple Orchard). SACRED GROVE East of Webster is the hidden, spiritual gem Sacred Grove – a 60’ labyrinth developed by private residents with a deep connec- tion to the land it sits on. A quiet space for introspection and personal growth , the labyrinth is a metaphor for finding one’s path. PHOTOS: Sandpiper, Larry Dau, far left; Brickfield Brewing, middle left; Forts Folle Avoine Historical Park, left; Adventure Triathlon, right.
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