WOODS, WATER AND WILDLIFE – WASCOTT…A WAY OF LIFE!

 



   

What to see and do in Wascott

Visit Wascott’s ball park providing play equipment for children, a full size basketball court, grills and picnic tables under the pavilion and walking trails nearby.

Enjoy any of our 128 lakes as you boat, fish or swim during our terrific summer months. And, don’t forget the ice-fishing is great in the winter.

Discover our past at the Gordon/Wascott Historical Museum in downtown Gordon.

Attend one of the many Saturday evening performances at
Music in the Park in nearby Solon Springs.

Challenge your skills at one of our neighboring golf courses.

Travel our many miles of recreational trails by ATV, snowmobile or if you prefer enjoy a hike, go biking through our beautiful forests.
For trail information visit:4seasonsrec.org/

Experience the wonders of nature while you canoe down the St. Croix, Namekagon, Tatogatic, or Eau Claire Rivers.

Test your hunting skills in the vast forest regions of our community.

Find just the perfect gift when you shop the unique shops of nearby Hayward, Minong or Spooner.

Experience the wide variety of wildlife that your are likely to see as you travel through this great northwoods community.
Go birding with the Friends of The Bird Sanctuary in Gordon.

Check out “The Shoe Tree” on County Highway G. Yes, a shoe tree! Then continue east to see the Copper Mines of long ago.

Spend the night, week or stay for the summer at one of our wonderful campgrounds or resorts, or visit the Gordon Dam Park to the north or Totagatic Park to the south of Wascottt.

Eat, drink and relax in any one of Wascott’s many fine establishments.

Stop in at Wascott’s Food and Fun Day on the Saturday of Labor Day weekend for an afternoon of community socializing.

Last, but not least, enjoy the friendly small town atmosphere of Wascott.
It’s not just a place, but a WAY OF LIFE.


           

 
 


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Wascott Tourism and Development Association Wascott, WI. USA