The Waterfall Capital of Wisconsin

The Pembine area has some of the finest public recreation areas in the Midwest. There are thousands of acres of public hunting land and miles and miles of rivers and streams, including the Menominee River. Fish for trout in the highest concentration of trout streams in Wisconsin. This area is teeming with beautiful, varied landscape and all forms of wildlife. If being in a sportsman’s paradise appeals to you, you belong in Pembine, Wisconsin.

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Does the Pembine area have trails? Hundreds and hundreds of miles of trails. What do you like to do? Hike? Cross-country ski? ATV? Snowmobile? Dirt bike? Bicycle? You’ve come to the right place. Each of our county parks has its own unique attractions, several of them offering camping directly or at neighboring campsites, including Veteran’s Falls, McClintock Falls, Strong Falls, and Twelve Foot Falls, which is also home to Eight Foot Falls. The neighboring Piers Gorge Park in Dickinson County Michigan also offers hiking trails of varying degrees of difficulty.

Discover Wisconsin’s best kept secret: the Pembine area is called the waterfall capital of Wisconsin! Wind down a forest road and visit some breathtaking waterfalls. Plan to take a day to cruise from location to location, and be sure to bring your camera! All the waterfalls are easy walking distances from parking areas. Most are located within the county park system. Or, you can hike, picnic, go fishing, whitewater rafting, or just enjoy the beautiful scenery.

Swim, boat, canoe, hunt, fish, camp, hike, ski, snowmobile, and snowshoe to your heart’s content. Walk through our dense forests, stop at a cold stream for a drink or to fish, live off the land and then curl up in your sleeping bag beside a glowing fire. In the winter, bring your snowmobile, cross country skis or snowshoes. The Pembine area has 406 miles of snowmobile trails, and miles upon miles of trails for cross country skiers and snowshoers. The area is truly a Sportsman’s Paradise, with a lot to offer everyone, year-round!

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