Area Information

The Aqua Devil's Ski Shows
Since 1958, the Three Lakes Aqua Devils have been entertaining summer crowds on the shores of Big Stone Lake. The Aqua Devils are passionate about water-skiing and enjoy dazzling audiences. The Aqua Devils depend on local and audience support so, for great family fun head 3 miles south on Hwy 32 then turn left onto Golf Course Loop Road.
* For more information, contact 715.546.3351

Ski Shows:
Wednesdays & Sundays - 6:30 pm
Mid- June through Mid-August.

Concessions available. Free admission.


 

Pine Isle Sports Bar & Grill
(715) 546-3333
At Pine Isle Sports Bar & Grill, we believe in old fashioned hospitality, great service and classic food—like char-broiled hamburgers, grilled tuna steak sandwiches or our mini beer battered brats. We also start every meal using real ingredients and prepare them following recipes. It seems so basic, but makes such a difference.

Hours
Open daily at 11am


Three Lakes Center for the Arts
(715) 546-2299
Founded in 2003, our mission is to celebrate and promote the arts in the Northwoods. The Three Lakes Center for the Arts seeks to enhance the quality of community life for its citizens, part-time residents and visitors as a magnet for art in its varied forms for the enjoyment and education of all.


Three Eagle Trail

Three Eagle Trail Foundation Inc.
The Three Eagle Trail is an 8.5-mile long pedestrian pathway with a ten foot wide crushed limestone surface. It begins in Three Lakes at the Don Burnside Park, and heads north up the old Chicago & Northwestern Rail right-of-way. It follows the rail grade for about 3.5 miles, then winds its way west through a beautiful landscape of woodlands and wetlands to a very quiet and remote area so be prepared. Water, a first aid kit, insect repellant and bike repair tools are recommended. The northern end of the trail follows Sundstein Road, on its way to Eagle River. There is a small parking area on Sundstein Road, adjacent to the trail.


TNT Speedway
The place for a night of family fun and dynamite racing! Five classes of cars hit the high-banked oval track every Saturday night, including WISSOTA Streetstocks, WISSOTA Midwest Modifieds, TNT Bombers and the 4 cylinder Stinger A's and Bees. Located just 6 miles south of Three Lakes on Hwy 45, TNT Speedway has full concessions, souvenirs, clean modern restroom facilities, fan giveaways, autograph sessions, race car rides for kids, and plenty of race action, all for a family friendly price!
For more information contact 715.546.2539

2011 Schedule
Hot laps at 7:00 pm
Racing at 7:45 pm

Admission prices
Adults: $10.00
Youth 12-17: $6.00
Under 11: Free with paid adult admission


Three Lakes Historical Museum
The museum offers nine buildings open to the public and features an old-fashioned perennial flower garden, which provides the setting for the 100-year-old Johnson house. A replica of a Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) barracks is open for touring.
Self-guided and group tours are available Tuesday - Saturday from Memorial Day to Labor Day, 11 am - 3 pm or by appointment. After Labor Day, the museum is open weekends through Pumpkin Fest.
* For more information, contact the Museum seasonally at 715.546.2295


The Northwoods Children's Museum
The Northwoods Children's Museum is a hands-on, interactive play museum that has 22 permanent exhibits including a giant bubble station, medical center, dress-up area, camping exhibit, fishing pond and river system, art center and much more! Seasonal exhibits are also offered. The museum, which includes a Discovery Store, is open year 'round.
* For more information, contact 715.479.4623

Admission
$7 per person ages 1-100

Summer Hours
Mon – Sat: 10 am - 5 pm and
Sun: noon – 5 pm.
Winter Hours
Mon: Closed
Tue: - Thur: 10 am - 3 pm
Fri: 10 am - 8 pm
Sat: 10 am - 5 pm.
Sun: noon - 5 pm.


Northwoods Petroleum Museum
A must see in the northwoods, the Petroleum Museum is open all year and admission is free! You will be amazed by the Museum's extensive collection of classic gas pumps, neon signs and promotional gas station giveaways. Located two miles north of Three Lakes on Highway 45.

Hours
Mon–Fri, noon – 4 pm
Sat: 10 am–2 pm or by appointment.
(715) 546-0566


The Three Lakes Winery
The Three Lakes Winery is the home of Wisconsin 's original Cranberry Wine as well as other fruit and berry wines. The winery offers tours featuring all steps of the wine making process from fermentation to bottling and labeling. The winery also offers a wide selection of gourmet foods and wine related gifts.

Hours
Mon - Sat: 9 am-4 pm
Sunday: 10-4:30pm

(715) 546-3266
(800) 359-2168


Demmer Memorial Library
The Demmer Library, offers its collections, programs and WIFI to both year round residents and area visitors. For current programs, check the "What's New Page." Annual events include the summer reading program, book sales and golf scramble.

Hours
Mon & Wed: 9 am–8 pm
Tues, Thurs & Fri: 9 am–5 pm
Sat: 9 am–2 pm
(715) 546-3391


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