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Welcome to Clam Lake, Wisconsin
Clam Lake, Wisconsin – Northern Wisconsin Vacations in The Elk Capital of Wisconsin
Clam Lake, Wisconsin is located in the heart of the 860,000 acre Chequamegon National Forest near the intersection of Ashland, Bayfield & Sawyer Counties in Northern Wisconsin. Beauty and wildlife abound as does a number of modern comforts including lodging, restaurants, services and shops. Each season offers a fresh opportunity to experience all the natural allure and recreational opportunities that await your next visit to North Central Wisconsin.
Like spokes on a wheel, nationally designated scenic roadways and year round trails radiate out from Clam Lake, Wisconsin. This community is a natural hub in the middle of the Chequamegon National Forest and its miles of snowmobile trails, scenic rivers, popular fishing lakes, ATV trail systems, golf courses, and the thousands and thousands acres of prime hunting land to explore.
Clam Lake is an ideal base camp from which to explore all Northern Wisconsin has to offer! Clam Lake offers a variety of lodging options including motel rooms, national forest campgrounds, rustic cabins and modern vacation home rentals. There are multiple dining options with restaurants and taverns serving breakfast, lunch and dinner as well as a convenience store with gas, ice, and groceries. Shops in Clam Lake have fishing tackle, live bait, groceries, gas, ATM, clothing and unique gifts. Services in the area include fishing guides, upland game bird guiding services, auto body repair, real estate services and ATV and snowmobile rentals.
Opportunities for fun, adventurous day trips abound with beautiful drives starting in Clam Lake and leading to nearby Hayward, Cable, Park Falls, Ashland, Bayfield and Lake Superior. Visitors and vacationers regularly use Clam Lake, WI as a convenient destination for their year round travels. Each day offers another opportunity to explore and enjoy the natural beauty, world class events, cultural attractions, nationally known trails systems and Wisconsin’s wild elk herd! Clam Lake is convenient to the Chequamegon Fat Tire Festival, Birkie X-C Ski Race, and the many Northern Wisconsin seasonal festivals.
ATV and snowmobile trails converge at Clam Lake and great hiking; mountain biking and skiing opportunities are only a short drive including Copper Falls State Park; St. Peter’s Dome & Morgan Falls, Juniper Rock Overlook & Old Swedish Homestead Sites on the North Country Trail; and the American Birkebeiner Ski Trail, Mukwonago and Rock Lake ski trails and CAMBA mountain bike trail systems.
Fishing is great on the many area lakes and rivers including Upper Clam Lake, Lower Clam Lake, Day Lake, West Fork of the Chippewa River and nearby waters like Lake Namakagon, Spider Lake, Moose Lake and others.