The Lakeland Community Senior Center in Minocqua continues to be a valuable resource for the entire community. Whether you're a senior citizen or a mother of young children, the entire family is welcome to use the facility to better their lives. » Read More
For over a year now, Northwoods’ residents have been talking about the construction of an indoor tennis facility for playing the sport all year long. Organizers for such a facility have been gathering feedback from local residents and have received a lot of support, acquiring 72 names of Minocqua residents who would support the building of such a project. » Read More
Carol (Ackerson) Malmgren started visiting White Birch Village when she was a child in 1942. At that time, it was known as Wilsie’s White Birch Lodge. When she married and started a family, they made it their yearly family vacation » Read More
The Historical Museum of Vilas County in Wisconsin exhibits feature an amazing range of relics from the time of pioneers to the late nineteenth century. Through generous donations and the fees of members, that the museum has been able to grow to accommodate more and more historical exhibits since it opened in 1959. » Read More
In a benevolent gesture for the community and to get folks interested in fitness, wellness and cross country skiing, Minocqua Winter Park hopes to offer some free skiing this winter. To have the funds to do so, park officials hosted a fundraiser called “Wine Not,” which offered wine and cheese tasting, plus a silent auction and a raffle. » Read More
The farming community, which is believed to have become a dying breed in this country, remains alive with markets like the Minocqua Farmers Market. Those who become Friends of the Minocqua Farmers Market are helping strengthen the local agricultural community by actively supporting the farming community. » Read More
One of the best ways to acquire knowledge of any subject is to read about it. Reading is especially important when it comes to your vocation. You should strive to continually advance your thinking when it comes to your profession; business is no exception to this rule. As a business professional, it is important for you to read the best business books available and to pay attention to... » Read More
Sociologists study human interactions between two people, families, communities, nations, or multinational corporations. A basic tenant of sociology is that social processes influence human thoughts, feelings, and behavior. Because sociology is concerned with social details and human relationships, activities and social life, it is closely related to other social sciences such as political... » Read More
SEO is king and sooner or later you'll need to understand how to implement SEO practices to boost visits to your website. Visits may equate to customers and ultimately increased sales. You may want to invest in some SEO tutorial videos, and in the meantime, below are five ways to learn more about SEO and what it can do for you. » Read More
Neighborhood centered law enforcement sites are very helpful when it comes to looking up information and providing necessary investigations into a particular individual. Now, you'll never have the same access to data that actual law enforcement agencies have in internal databases, but there are still several options to help clear up any necessary information online you might have a... » Read More
It's easy to underestimate the value of a marketing degree, especially when it comes to fields such as nursing, human resources, accounting, paralegal, criminal justice or technology. However, a marketing degree can end up providing you with a foundation from which you can begin building a business as well as help you understand the business side of any company whatsoever. » Read More
It is no secret that many food products in the United States are chemically altered before reaching grocery store shelves. One of many questions that come to mind - how do these genetic changes affect the taste of food? » Read More
For those suffering from chronic pain, it can seem as though there in no solution in sight. Many chronic pain sufferers have to deal with their ailments for years before finding effective treatment. This search for relief can be costly and emotionally trying, as chronic pain can cause a real disturbance in one’s overall quality of life. Sometimes, the typical treatments of chronic... » Read More
Physical therapists treat a large assortment of injuries and ailments, including back pain, neck pain, burns, osteoporosis, developmental disabilities, arthritis, and carpal tunnel syndrome. They also help many patients regain mobility after surgeries. Being able to move freely without pain is a wonderful thing, and is something most of us take for granted until we are faced with an... » Read More
Minocqua WI Hotels - Minocqua.com is the number one site for Minocqua, Wisconsin travel information. With information on Minocqua weather, restaurants, cabin rentals, and real estate, there is no better resource for everything Minocqua.
From quaint and cozy bed and breakfasts to vacation homes to more than 45 resorts, you’ll find the perfect place to stay and plenty to do in the “Island City” of Minocqua. Home to just under 5000 year-round residents and surrounded by lakes, Minocqua is a popular destination year-round for bow and rifle hunting, guided and solo fishing and ice fishing, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, snowmobiling, and water sports. You can also just take in the fall colors and relax, go ice skating, take an Ojibwe craft-making class, attend a traditional pow-wow, and so much more. The Island City offers a genuine north woods experience whether you’re here spring, summer, fall or winter.
In addition to endless outdoor activities, there are also numerous parks, performing arts centers, museums – including the Snowmobile Museum – a zoo, and even a winery and indoor water park nearby. The whole family will be thoroughly entertained, and everyone will cherish the memories for years to come.
Minocqua is surrounded by lakes and is one of the state’s top family vacation destinations. In fact, the Minocqua area was named one of Midwest Living's "Favorite Family Getaways" for its 2009 Annual "Best of the Midwest" issue. Come find out what everyone’s talking about, and it won’t be long before you’re planning your next trip to the Island City.
Getting here is easy! Minocqua might be surrounded by water and located in the heart of Wisconsin’s north woods, but Highway 51 takes you right through the center of town.
So whether you’re plannin-g your next vacation, a corporate retreat, a wedding or family reunion, or just a weekend away from it all, you’ll find everything you need to know about Minocqua right here.