Thanks for stopping by. Hope you like the place. We’ve done our best here to get you acquainted with the little slice of heaven we call Eagle River. Normally this is the spot on a webpage set aside for a bunch of bragging, but that’s not really our style. We’d much rather let the place speak for itself.

We can tell you that other people have said some really nice things about the hiking, biking, fishing and boating here in the Northwoods; and some folks have even made a pretty big fuss over our World’s Largest Chain of 28 Connected Lakes. That’s all well and good, but when it comes right down to it, what Eagle River is really about is letting you do your own thing. This is your vacation, you use it however you please. So go ahead, take a look around and see what’cha like.

Oh, and somebody else said we should mention all the skiing, ice fishing, snowshoeing, and the fact that we’re the Snowmobile Capital of the World® too. So there you go. Hey, we’re not the kind of people to ignore somebody when they offer a good suggestion.

Eagle River Silent Sports

If silence is golden, then the Northwoods is chock full of gold medalists. With over 240,000 acres of public land and over 1,300 area lakes you can bike, hike, and paddle to your heart’s content.

FSN Contenst

Some places’ll give away a free trip and tell you what to do. Well, not Eagle River. Enter to win a weeklong Eagle River vacation at Eagle Waters Resort and you do what’cha like. You know, if free trips are your thing.

Eagle River Fishing

Don’t tell us there’s no hustle and bustle in the Northwoods. When you’re reeling in that big one, things can get pretty hectic. And with the World’s Largest Chain of 28 Lakes, you’re likely to put in a long day with more of the same.

Eagle River Events



35th Annual Guides Kids Day



43rd Annual Artarama

Held in Riverside Park located behind the Vilas County Fairgrounds from 9:00 am – 3:00 pm.  This is a nationally known one day juried art extravaganza showcasing more than 100 artists.  This event draws top-quality artists and a large art savvy and buying public.  The event features a silent auction of donated items from the artists – funds will benefit scholarships, live music, a “Young at Art” Junior artist tent, lunch and refreshments.  Admission is Free. For more information contact 715-525-2100. Email: or visit our website

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