The volunteers who are the Frosty Snowmobile Club, Inc., are very involved in the community and the community is involved in the club. The club develops and maintains about 45 miles of snowmobile trails. Half of them are on private land thanks to the generosity of landowners who grant permission to use their land. 32 miles are state funded, which means that roughly 50% of the costs for those trails comes from the State of Wisconsin via the Department of tourism, gas tax and snowmobile registration fees. The funding for the remaining 50% and 100% of the other 13 miles comes from club fund raising activities and donations. Those activities include: the Annual Cash Raffle, advertising on the Snowmobile Trail Map, Snowmobile Safety Certification Class, Sunrise Snowmobile Benefit Breakfast, Pig Skin Poker Run, and Radar Run and Chili feed Benefit. The owners and staffs of Bent's Camp, Brew's Pub, Bear Trap, Land O' Lakes Recreation, Sunrise Lodge along with club volunteers pitch in to help make these events profitable.
Headwaters Art League is an association of beginning, returning, and part time area artists. The League hosts the annual Wisconsin Regional Art Show, a show offering amateur artists the opportunity to display their works locally in the spring. as well as to be selected for a statewide show in the late fall. It also holds its own show in the fall. Headwaters Art League also introduces artists to other local art opportunities. For more information, please contact Sandie Pauly at (715) 547-3135 or Barb Nehring at (715) 547-3333.
Year around enjoyment can be found in the Lake Gogebic area, the largest inland lake in the western Upper Peninsula of Michigan with 13,380 acres of prime fishing for walleye, smallmouth bass, jumbo perch and northern pike. Thousands of dollars in prizes are awarded during the fall fishing tournament. Located in Gogebic and Ontonagon counties, the region is a great place to hunt deer, bear and small game.The million-acre Ottawa National Forest as well as the 21,000 acre Sylvania Wilderness surrounds the Lake Gogebic area providing endless opportunities for enjoying nature. In addition to Lake Gogebic, there are 1200 miles of rivers and streams and over 300 inland lakes and the area is dotted with hundreds of spectacular waterfalls and many great choices for scenic hiking, biking, kayaking, canoeing, downhill skiing, cross country skiing, snow shoeing, and some of the best fall colors in the world! The dark evenings are often lit up with Northern lights and stars that seem close enough to touch! We also have hundreds of miles of Multi-Use (including ORV) trails and our winter snowfall of up to 300 inches provides the best and most varied snowmobiling trails you can find. We're proud to boast that the Upper Peninsula, and especially the western UP have consistently been voted #1 in SnowGoer Magazine throughout the years as the best place to ride!
The NorthernWaters Museum is located on County Rd. B in downtown Land O' Lakes in the Town Park. Free - Open end of June through Labor Day 11 am to 3 pm on Thursday, Friday and Saturday or by appointment for groups. The 2016 exhibit: Rods, Reels & Rifles to Reading, Writing & 'Rithmetic Phone - Museum:(715)547-6979 or(715)547-3333
Located in the middle of town. Your friendly hometown library. Member of Northern Waters Library Services. High speed and wireless Internet access. Adult and children's programming throughout the year. Community room available for use. Director-Julie Zelten. Active Friends of the Library group. 4242 Highway B, P.O. Box 450, Land O' Lakes, WI 54540. Phone:(715)547-6006, Fax:(715)547-6004. Summer Hours: Monday - Friday 9am to 5pm. Saturday 10am to 1pm. Winter Hours Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday 10am - 4pm, Wednesday 10am -6pm, Saturday 10am to 1pm.
The Land O' Lakes Wisconsin Fish & Game Club, founded in April, 1948, has become a significant local influence in the areas of conservation, education and service. Initially, seventeen local townsfolk assembled to help find ways to alleviate the dwindling deer population due to severe winter weather. The formation of this type of club was unprecedented in Wisconsin and an innovative step on the part of the founders. Today the Fish & Game Club enjoys the distinction of being the oldest club of this kind in the State of Wisconsin, and has branched out to include many types of outdoor activities such as hiking, kayaking, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing and ice fishing.
Open year round, the Northwoods Children's Museum (NCM) is a hands-on play museum offering 23 interactive exhibits in which children can experiment with various roles, understand aspects of history, develop skills and creativity, and learn science and math concepts.
For hours and admission, please check the museum's website at www.northwoodschildrensmuseum.com or call (715) 479-4623.
Oneida-Vilas Transit Commission (DBA Northwoods Transit Connections) At Northwoods Transit Connections, our goal is to serve as ambassadors to our community, holding safety, integrity, and above all, a feeling of family when riding with our fleet, at the highest value. Our drivers want to get to know the public and meet their needs, whether it be shopping, medical appointments or just getting around town. 715-420-0585 or 844-267-4762
The Phelps – Land O’Lakes branch of the International Lions Club was first started in 1981. We have roughly 20 members from the headwaters area (which includes Phelps, Land O’Lakes and Upper Michigan). Meetings are held monthly (on the 3rd Thursday of the month) at varying locations and each includes dinner and a guest presentation. Our three major Community Fundraising projects allow us to collect approximately $12,000 per year that is then donated to a variety of local and worldwide charities