2022 Burnett County Guide
Minnetonka Moccasins • Gifts GUNS • PISTOLS • BOWS • FURS SPORTING GOODS • CARHARTT • BAIT 715-656-3116 • Open Daily 30217 Hwy. 35 & 77 • Danbury, WI LogCabinStoreDanbury.com 715-463-3003 • 200W. Benson Ave. • Grantsburg, WI Darla & Cliff’s COUNTRY STORE Home & Cabin Decor, Gifts, Resortwear, Accessories 715-349-8484 The Shops at the Lodge Siren, WI SyrenGeneral.com 10 ChipmunkCheeks.com 7715 W. Main St. Siren, WI 715-349-2447 Integrated Pest Management Solutions 24550 State Road 35/70 Siren, WI 715-791-4777 | MadsenPest.com Play Up North (4) 2-bdr. units • trail access 30579 Co. Rd. H Webb Lake, WI 952-367-7460 • WebbLakeCondos.com 7 715.463.2254 WildRiverPaddling.com 15177 WI-70, Grantsburg, WI PA LE • CAMP • SHOP Walk-Ins Welcome Paddle From 30 Min. - Overnight Excursions Forts Folle Avoine Historical Park Current 715-866-8890 Upcoming 715-866-8989 Between Danbury & Webster, WI 8500 Co. Rd. U • 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! 715-656-7076 30799 St. Rd. 35 • Danbury, WI FishBowlBarWI.com Voted BEST FISH FRY ‘20 & TAVERN ‘17, ‘18 & ‘19 People’s Choice of BurnettCountyFun.com Open 11 a.m. Daily 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 715-635-7623 Spooner, WI SpoonerWindow.com DIAMOND COLLISION CENTER “A Cut Above the Rest” 715-866-8934 • 26668 Lakeland Ave. N. Webster, WI • DiamondCollisionWi.com Excellence in Paint & Body Repair Auto Paint Supplies & Equipment 715-309-4254 nwpgallery.org 715-349-7573 Siren, WI Jan. to March Fri. - Sun. April to Dec. Daily 10 - 5 Multi-Dealer Mall 715-716-6910 25947 St. Rd. 35 • Webster, WI LogHomeAntiques.com clovermeadow.com 715-468-4224 23396 Thompson Rd Shell Lake, WI 715-244-3480 33140 St. Rd. 35 Danbury, WI We purchase . . . S tanding T imber FIREWOOD NorthernLakesMarineLLC.com MARINE SALES & SERVICE 715-259-3999 • 3004 Lake 26 Rd. • Webb Lake, WI 715-349-2899 • 24187 State Road 35/70 • Siren, WI ParksideRealtyWI.com Danbury Mini Mall Antiques • Art • Books • Collectibles • Crafts DVDs • Home Decor • Jewelry • Tools • Furniture 715-656-3100 • 7517 Main St. • Danbury, WI Daily Food Specials On ATV & Snowmobile Trails 715-259-4440 • 30331 Co. Rd. H • Webb Lake, WI 5 TREE SERVICE SIREN MARINE 715-349-5115 • 8051 St. Rd. 70 • Siren, WI Sales • Service • Storage • SirenMarineLLC.com 715-259-7888 • 30328 Co. Rd. H • Downtown Webb Lake, WI Main-Store.com MAIN STORE The 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 Live life here... D ream B ig & www.Siren.EdinaRealty.com | 715-349-7035 • 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 BashawLakeResort.com 262.391.6817 • 3215 Lakeview Church Rd. • Shell Lake, WI Full Service Advertising & Design Agency YellowRiverAdvertising.com 218-426-0964 ® Serving Burnett County since 1997! 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 18 Holes of Adventure- Style Miniature Golf 715-349-5454 24235 1st Ave. • The Lodge Village • Siren, WI MooseMulligans.net WOOD RIVER GARDEN STORE Trees, Shrubs, Annuals, Perennials 715-463-2426 • 12099 St. Rd. 70 • Grantsburg, WI WoodRiverGardenStore.com 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 6 1/8 mile West of the Gandy Dancer Trail 715-866-9977 • 7576 Co. Rd. U • Danbury, WI LARGE OUTDOOR COVERED PATIO Meat Raffle • Fridays • 5:30 p.m. 715-349-BOAT (2628) 25208 St. Rd. 35 Siren, WI BooneDocksMarine.com 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. Bar, 715-303-1171 • Campground, 715-791-9015 or 612-801-1185 31453 Webb Lake Dr. • Webb Lake, WI 54830 OakRidgeCampground. com EMERGENCY DINING & REFRESHMENTS B ruce ’ s A uto R epair & T owing , I nc . Wrecker & Flatbed Services 715-866-4100 7496 W. Main St. • Downtown Webster, WI ANTIQUES ANIMAL CARE FLORAL & GARDEN 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 LODGING & CAMPING 1.877.843.5634 • Siren, WI • MyLodge.com NW WI PREMIER HOTEL & CONFERENCE CENTER Lucky Strike Resort ON BEAUTIFUL DEVILS LAKE Fully furnished cabins. Boat, pontoon, boat lift rentals, swimming beach with raft. By far, the nicest spot on Devils Lake. 608-289-7299 27711 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 8 715-349-2314 • 24683 St. Rd. 35/70 • Siren, WI EarthEnergyWI.com AUTO SERVICES CONSTRUCTION CHEESE WINERY BREWERY, DISTILLERY & WINERIES Wisconsin and beer go hand-and- hand, which is why it was no surprise that Brickfield Brewing has been so success- ful since it opened in the fall 2018. The family-friendly brewery overlooks Memory Lake in downtown Grantsburg, and boasts “grain-to-glass” brews that are served in an industrial-chic taproom. There are different events going on every week that aim to please from workout sessions, to arts and crafts workshops, to trivia nights. But Wisconsin isn’t just known for its beer. A thriving and growing wine culture exists here, as well. Wisconsin’s one-of-a-kind cli- mate grows unique grapes that translate into full-flavored, delicious Wisconsin wines. Burnett County is home to two wineries serv- ing up some of the best in small-batch wine making. Clover Meadow Winery/White Wolf Distillery’s cozy tasting room is open year- round and comes with many great stories. You’ll have to try their award-winning spirits as well. 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. Some have said that it feels like their home-away-from-home. BURNETT DAIRY COOPERATIVE & CHEESE STORE Burnett Dairy Cooperative, located just outside Grantsburg, just cele- brated their 125th Anniversary in 2021. The dairy is a fully integrated farm- er-owned cooperative that handles everything from helping its owners care for their crops, providing animal feed, health and nutrition services, to creating award-winning cheese for retail, food service and private label customers. The Burnett Dairy Cheese Store offers more than 100 varieties of fresh, natural, small batch cheeses. Open daily, they offer free cheese samples, free wine sampling Friday through Sunday, fresh cheese curds, and a large array of local gourmet prod- ucts including craft beer and spirits. They are well known for their delicious soft serve ice cream and take-n-bake pizzas. The Bistro serves breakfast and lunch, offering sand- wiches, wraps, pizza, fried cheese curds, soup, salads and desserts mak- ing the Burnett Dairy Cheese Store a true destination. Groups are welcome and call-ahead orders are encouraged. There is plenty of indoor and outdoor seating and ample parking. Visit their General Store, located across the parking lot from the Cheese Store, for all your country needs. Open daily with great personal service, they specialize in convenience, fuel, propane, hardware, farm supplies, hunting and fishing supplies and licenses, lawn and garden, animal feed and supplies, power tools, country gifts, and a Beer Barn featuring a wide variety of craft brews. CASINOS The St. Croix Chippewa Indians of Wisconsin own and operate two of the newest casinos in the region, right here in Burnett County. Try your luck on the exciting casino floors, but be sure to save (or win) some mon- ey to dine in one of their family-friendly dining options. There are incredi- ble meeting and event spaces, indoor and outdoor music venues, modern hotel amenities and RV park. Visit their locations in Danbury and Hertel for fun you won’t soon forget. FARM-TO-TABLE AGRITOURISM If you enjoy meeting local farmers while learning where and how your food is produced, agritourism is the activity for you. Home to many thriv- ing agricultural-based operations, Burnett County is the perfect place to visit local farms, ranches and participate in many other farm-related activ- ities, including local farmers’ markets. Agriculture is a vital component of the economy, culture and landscape that makes up Burnett County. Aim- ing to cultivate relationships with those in the community while work- ing to bridge the gap between the producer and consumer in a fun and educational way, agritourism is a great way to have fun and learn about farming at the same time. FORTS FOLLE AVOINE HISTORICAL PARK Whoever says history isn’t fun hasn’t been to Forts Folle Avoine His- torical Park. This 80-acre park sits on the site of two early 1800s fur trade posts, which had been hidden for over 160 years before a group of people decided to look for it and found the ruins of two fur posts along the river. With the 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. It is the only known instance of two competing trading companies having trading posts in such close proximity to one another. The park offers tours of the site and Woodland Indian Village. Visitors can enjoy the 100 year-old log visitor center with a gift shop, fur trade and Native Ameri- can exhibits, the blacksmith shop, a one- room schoolhouse, the logging museum, or trek the nature trails year round. The Forts’ 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 other gather- ings. Some of the most fun to be had at The Forts happens during their incredibly popular an- nual events. From delicious wild rice pancake breakfasts to The Great Folle Avoine Fur Trade Rendezvous, where re-enactors dress traditionally for demonstrations throughout the park, The Forts is truly the place to be. SACRED GROVE East of Webster is the hidden, tranquil Sacred Grove - a 60’ labyrinth developed by private residents with a deep spiritual connection to the land it sits on. This quiet space is perfect for introspection and personal growth. An opportunity to be still and meditate while being surrounded by the beauty of nature. The labyrinth is a metaphor for finding one’s own path through transformation and spending time with oneself. Not only is there the labyrinth to walk, visitors can also visit the Athani II retreat cabin meditation garden and paths. ST. CROIX NATIONAL SCENIC RIVERWAY Burnett County is home to not one, but two beautiful and scenic riverways. The St. Croix and Namekagon Rivers are most popular for camping, hiking, trail running, hunting, tubing, canoe- ing, fishing, paddling and boating. Burnett County is known for its natural spaces, and being home to one of only two National Parks in Wisconsin is certainly a point of pride. The County features 80 miles of the St. Croix National Scenic Riverway - more than any other Wisconsin county. In to- tal, the park spans 255 miles and is made up by both the Namekagon and St. Croix Rivers. As such, you’ll experience both quiet, backwater stretch- es and big-river experiences. Fishing is a popular activity on these two rivers. The St. Croix is known for its smallmouth bass fishing along with other species such as walleye, northern pike, muskellunge, sturgeon and catfish; while the Namekagon also includes exceptional brown and brook trout fishing. These protected waters remain as pristine as ever, thanks to the efforts of the National Park Service and their supporting agencies. Not to be forgotten, how- ever, is the stewardship provided by our river out- fitters. With deep-seeded respect for the riverway, these outfitters help trav- elers navigate the river in a way that is both enjoy- able and respectful to one of our greatest natural resources. These folks will help you plan a leisurely float down the river or an overnight camp- ing adventure on the shores of the Riverway, assisting in everything from kayak and canoe pick-ups and drop-offs, equipment rental and advice. The Namekagon River is arguably a world of its own. Dubbed “Wiscon- sin’s Moving National Park,” this exciting stretch of the St. Croix National Scenic Riverway calls to those looking for a more wild experience. The 100-mile river features exciting oxbows and stretches of rushing currents, while traveling through both high and low banks. It is well worth the trip for river enthusiasts. Find out more information at namekagonriver.org. WILDLIFE AREAS Burnett County is home to 52,000 acres of State Wildlife Areas, the most of any Wisconsin county, and is the perfect place to visit to view birds and other wildlife. CREX MEADOWS WILDLIFE AREA If the chance to see a rare Blanding’s turtle, the endangered Karner blue butterfly, a trumpeter swan family or the elusive grey wolf, or just the thought of immersing yourself in nature sounds appealing, look no fur- ther than our very own wetlands gem, Crex Meadows State Wildlife Area. Located just north of Grantsburg, this 30,000+ acre property of intensely managed marshland, prairies, flowages and forests is home to over 280 species of birds, 720 species of plants, 96 species of butterfly, and doz- ens of species of mammals, reptiles and amphibians. Nature enthusiasts come from around the world to witness the spring warbler migration and the fall gathering of 15,000+ Sandhill Cranes. Crex is part of the Lake Superior Northwoods Region of the Great Wis- consin Birding & Nature Trail and is at the southwest end of the North- west Sands Ecological Landscape. The Crex Meadows Wildlife Educa- tion & Visitor Center welcomes guests year-round. Inside you will find interactive exhibits, educational videos and a welcoming staff waiting to answer your questions. Educa- tional programming is offered throughout the year, including specialty hikes, wildlife festi- vals, guided tours and much more. NAMEKAGON BARRENS WILDLIFE AREA The Namekagon Barrens Wildlife Area consists of more than 6,000 acres in north- ern Burnett and Washburn counties, and is part of the Northwest Sands Ecological Landscape. Its two units lie on either side of the Namekagon River where it flows westward toward the St. Croix River. The jack pine-scrub oak barrens habitat is a fire-loving com- munity 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 many other animals and plants, the barrens environment is shaped by its very sandy, droughty soils. The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources uses controlled burning to mimic the natural fires that were common pre- European settlement that helped to maintain the area as barrens. It is a haven for wildlife enthusiasts, photographers, hikers and folks that love wild blueberry picking. AMSTERDAM SLOUGHS & FISH LAKE WILDLIFE AREAS The Amsterdam Sloughs, another 6,000 acre property, features a di- verse mix of marshes, flowages, swamp land and forests. Birding enthu- siasts will most likely catch glimpses of the great blue herons, osprey and eagles here. Fish Lake Wildlife Area is 14,000 acres, and contains large sedge marshes - remnants of the 1,200 year old “Glacial Lake Grants- burg,” as well as vast brush prairie and native red pine forests. GOVERNOR KNOWLES STATE FOREST Governor Knowles State Forest is a 55-mile-long forest in northwest- ern Wisconsin that parallels the St. Croix National Scenic Riverway. It offers camping, paddling, hiking, horseback riding, biking, hunting, fish- ing, cross-country skiing and snowmobiling opportunities. Three camp- grounds (St. Croix, Trade River Equestrian and Sioux Portage Group) and nine primitive backpack campsites are found within 32,500 wooded acres. The Brant Pines ski trail offers groomed trails for cross country skiing. Hunters will find whitetail deer, turkey, black bear, squirrel, ruffed grouse and woodcock throughout the forest. It also encompasses several trout streams, of which, the Trade River and Wolf Creek are most popular for anglers. Stuart’s On Big Yellow Lake Lakefront cabins, 96 RV seasonal sites, 6 daily tent sites, large play area. Relax & fish for musky, walleye, northern, bass, sturgeon & pan fish. Pat & Betty Stuart • StuartsLeisureAcres.com 715-220-5940 • 27950 Yellow Lake Rd. • Webster, WI 54893 Campground & Resort 9 715-866-4275 • 7392 Oak St. E. •Webster, WI We b s t e r Ve t e r i n a r y C l i n i c . c om Professional Animal Care in a SmallTown Atmosphere 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 Text BCVISITOR to 69310 for Emergency Notifications while visiting Burnett County COVER PHOTO Julie Roy © 2022 Yellow River Advertising & Design, LLC All rights reserved. awesome 715-656-4050 | 30790 St. Rd. 35/77 | Danbury, WI TrailsideMotelDanbury.com Large, Clean Rooms By ATV & Snowmobile Trails • HD TVs • Dish • Air • Free WiFi Trailside Motel CREX REALTY Inc. 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St. Rds. 48 & 70 Grantsburg, WI 54840 • Utility Vehicles • Power Equipment • Rentals • Small Engine Repair Benson-Ace.com Webster, WI 715-866-8666 Frederic, WI 715-327-8015 SIREN LIONS CLUB Ice Fishing Contest • February 26 FREE Kids Fishing Contest • June 5 Fireworks • July 4 Weekly Meat Raffles • 3 Area Taverns ENTERTAINMENT 715-463-2541 703 St. Rd. 70 Grantsburg, WI GrantsburgInn.com Comfortable, Clean Rooms DANBURY, WI Great Food & Drinks • Right on the Trails 715-656-3748 • WildWater403.com Open Thurs. thru Sun., 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. 715-349-JUNK (5865) 23995 1st Ave. • Siren, WI Flea Market • Fridays Apr. 22 thru Sept. 2 KAYAK RENTALS 715-553-3165 • 25422B St. Rd. 35/70 • Siren, WI NorthKountryKayak.com MakingMemoriesAndMoreWi.com • Scrapbooking & Card Making Supplies • Classes • Paper Arts • Retreats Open Daily • 715-349-8900 • The Shops at the Lodge • Siren, WI 715-349-8282 | Siren, WI ChatteringSquirrel.com Full Coffee & Espresso Bar DRIVE-THRU COMING SPRING 2022 New Location with Expanded Indoor/Outdoor Seating VACATION HOME RENTALS IN NW WI Danbury, WI • BeerCreekCabins.com Check our newly expanded location on Main Street in Siren, WI! 715-349-8995 | AcornPantry.com 7715 W. Main St. 7711 Park St. W. Best Selection of Kitchenware Outside of the Twin Cities Olive Oil & Balsamic Vinegar On Tap Cooking Classes NW WI Newest Quilt Shop SomethingQuilty.com Fabrics • Classes • Retreats Kits • Patterns • Notions 612-396-3611 24512 WI-35 • Siren, WI 715-656-3203 7529 Main St. Danbury, WI Homemade Breads Ask about our Mexican Night! Breakfast Served All Day NW WI Largest Family Golf Shop 715-349-4653 • 8098 St. Rd. 70 • Siren, WI Be r t y s F ami l yGo l f . com ART GALLERY 715-866-7953 • FoxRun.golf 27536 St. Rd. 35, 2 mi. N. of Webster, WI 9-Hole Regulation Course 9-Hole Par 3 Course When you bring in this ad. Green fee only. *Carts not discounted. 2022 season. BCM Pay for 9 * , Play 18 Voted BEST GOLF COURSE in Burnett Co. 2020 People’s Choice of BurnettCountyFun.com 2020 & 2021 PEST MANAGEMENT SHOPPING PHOTOS: Brickfield Brewing Co.; Burnett Dairy Cheese Store; Forts Folle Avoine Historical Park; St. Croix River, rbowbay.com ; Sandhill crane, Amber’s Impressions Photography.
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