Boulder Junction

Wildlife in Boulder Junction, WI Boulder Junction

Boulder Junction

A Wisconsin Northwoods gem

The Musky Capital of the World® offers more than just muskies. The famed angler’s playground is also the ideal destination for outdoor enthusiasts of every kind.

Boulder Junction has long been one of northern Wisconsin’s top destinations for bicycling, offering an extensive trail system consisting of paved and unpaved trails. Geocachers will find that the Boulder Junction area is one of the very best for treasure hunting, with abundant caches and unmatched scenery. Hikers and birdwatchers will love the pristine wilderness areas protected by the Northern Highland-American Legion State Forest. The Boulder Junction area is famous for its albino deer population—to catch a glimpse of these rare woodland creatures is an opportunity of a lifetime.

Boulder Junction’s 194 lakes offer great boating and paddling. The area’s crystal clear waters harbor more than just trophy muskellunge—Boulder Junction is famous for its excellent fishing for smallmouth bass, crappie, yellow perch and northern pike.

But what probably brings more people to Boulder Junction than anything else is the laid-back atmosphere and natural beauty. Plan your Boulder Junction getaway today.


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Fish Fry

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