Three Lakes is located in Oneida County between Crandon and Land O'Lakes along Hwy 32 near Eagle River, Rhinelander, Northern Highland State Forest, and Nicolet National Forest.
Three Lakes was formed as railroad companies and logging firms pushed north toward Canada in search of timber. Surveyors were challenged to run a straight line north through forests and a chain of 27 lakes. They came across a lake surrounded by virgin maple, and named it Maple Lake. The next lake encountered just to the north, was crossed by the surveyed town line and was dubbed Town Line Lake. Since the range line ran along the west side of another adjacent lake, they named it Range Line Lake.
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Great Northern Beer Festival Eagle River WI June8 The Great Northern Beer Festival is a great opportunity to try many
different styles of beers from many different breweries.
Finnfest USA Hancock MI June19-23 FinnFest USA is a festival with strong academic, cultural, and commerce components presenting Finnish and Finnish American culture and heritage.
Cranberry Blossom Festival Wisconsin Rapids WI June20-23 More than 20 events including live music, a parade, arts and crafts, cranberry blossom tours, and culinary treats featuring Wisconsin's tart and tangy fruit, the cranberry!
Ishpeming's Italian Fest Ishpeming MI July27 Visitors can once again enjoy homemade Italian food cooked by the Valela sisters (Teresa Bertucci, Catherine Carlson, Clara Joseph and Mary Jacobson). In addition, various vendors will be serving cudighis, Italian sandwiches, hot dogs, sno cones, ice cream novelties and much more.
Pig in the Pines Ribfest St. Germain WI August1-3 The 9th Annual Pig In The Pines RibFest features award winning ribs, live music every day, family attractions and an all-around good time.
Apple Festival Bayfield WI October4-6 Apple Festival has been hailed as the “Best Festival in Wisconsin” by Wisconsin Trails Magazine and one of the “Top Ten Autumn Festivals in North America” by the Society of American Travel Writers.