Things to Do Near Minocqua & Hazelhurst, WI

Campground Amenities & Nearby Activities

Whether you come for a weekend or full season of Oneida's wild beauty, our campground supplies what you need for a fun, comfortable stay.

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Our resort offers direct access to the Willow Reservoir, snowmobile, and ATV trails. Other campground amenities include:

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Cell signal

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Laundry machines

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Restroom facilities

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Fish cleaning house

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Firewood available for purchase

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Electric hookup (most sites)

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Water hookup (most sites)

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Sewer (most sites)

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Propane for purchase (for year-round access sites)

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Onsite outdoor boat and trailer parking


Willow's End Bar & Grill

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Winter Hours:
Wednesday - Sunday 12pm - 2am

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Summer Hours: TBD

Those seeking a cold beer and delicious homemade soups, burgers, and pizzas can stop by our full-service bar and grill, which offers a pool table for a little healthy competition on a rainy day or quiet evening.

Activities near Hazelhurst & Minocqua, WI

Our guests return year after year for the Hazelhurst area's abundant lakes and streams, scenic snowmobile and ATV trails, and natural spaces where friends and family can gather to hunt in the fall.

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Our guests enjoy fishing for walleye, northerns, muskies, large and small-mouth bass, crappies, and blue gills right here at the Willow Reservoir, while neighboring waters house trout and perch.

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Oneida County is criss-crossed with both funded and private snowmobile trails, with over 1,700 miles of trails near Minocqua and multiple sledding clubs. Check out the official trail map.

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Check out Oneida County's two official ATV/UTV trail systems–Lynne/Little Rice ATV/UTV Trail and Enterprise ATV/UTV Trail. Travel over 200 miles through woods, roads, and small town streets. Our resort provides easy access.

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With ample public forest lands where gun hunting, archery, and trapping is permitted, Oneida county is prime habitat for white-tailed deer and ruffled grouse, it also houses turkeys, snowshoe hare, and woodcock.

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Water sports

The Minocqua area is packed with lakes, rivers, and streams to explore. Swim at our beach, canoe or kayak through natural areas, or sail, boat, pontoon, paddleboard, and water ski at an area lake.

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Winter sports

Even if snowmobiling isn't your thing, there are plenty of winter activities to enjoy near Hazelhurst. Cross country ski or bike on groomed trails, ice skate at an area rink, go sledding or tubing, ice fish for dinner, or snowshoe at a nearby park—the fun doesn't end in August.


Willow's End Resort and Campground is conveniently located near three restaurants in addition to our own bar and grill.

We're also an easy drive from a number of family-friendly attractions where you can experience even more of the piney Northwoods, from lumberjack shows to hiking trails.

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Willow Haven Bar and Grill

.25 miles

Northwoods supper club with lake views. Try their fish fry, pork chops, or prime rib.

Willow Wood Lodge

.5 miles

Rustic log cabin bar with great drinks, burgers, and popcorn.

LaCanne's Resort on Swamp Lake

6.5 miles

Lakeside Tomahawk bar serving breakfast, drinks, and friendly service. Try their biscuits and gravy!

Watering Hole Cantina and Grille

11 miles

Mexican restaurant and bar by the snowmobile trail known for their fajitas and margaritas.

Boomba Bar and Grill

11 miles

Cozy Tomahawk restaurant close to the ATV trails. Known for their perch fish fry, pizza, and cheese curds.

Prairie Rapids Tavern

12 miles

Friendly bar in Tomahawk with outdoor garden seating, lake views, and live music. Good place to stop for a beer.

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Bearskin State Trail

14.5 miles

This spiffy 18-mile bike and walking trail follows the Bearskin Creek (a trout stream) and is dog-friendly. Part of the Rails to Trails Conservancy, it winds through woodland, along lakes, and into downtown Minocqua.

Minocqua Winter Park

15 miles

This non-profit park features miles of groomed trails for cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, and fat-tire biking. You can also go sledding and tubing, ice skating, and skijoring. Off-season, certain trails are open for hiking, running, and biking. Plus, it's dog friendly!

Northwoods Zip Line Adventure Tours

17 miles

Seek family-friendly thrills at this nearby zip-lining area. Even if zip-lining isn't your cup of tea, the company offers aerial trekking, mountain biking, paddle boarding, and hiking excursions lead by professional guides.

Torpy Park

19 miles

This 4-acre waterfront park in Minocqua features a large playground and beach, shelters and pavilions, grills and picnic tables, tennis courts, volleyball courts, and a winter ice skating rink. It's a perfect place to go for a swim, air out the kids, sunbathe, picnic, and catch the sunset. As a bonus, the park offers WIFI.

Lumberjack Shows

20.5 miles

See a 1 1/2 hour performance with an intermission featuring spectacles like logrolling, sawing, pole climbing, canoe jousting, axe throwing, boom running, log chopping, and speed carving. Great for kids.

Raven Trail Head

22.5 miles

Hike 13.5 miles of intermediate and expert nature trail loops, featuring woodland and lake views. The system also includes a mountain biking skills course.  Leashed pets are welcome during warm weather, except on the Nature Trail Loop.

Outdoor fun for every season

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