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Community of Eagle River, Wisconsin
Junction of highways # 32 & 45. North to communities of Conover, WI, Land O' Lakes, WI, Waters Meet. Eagle River, WI; is the heart of Northwoods fishing. Their lakes are known for their trophy-sized musky, but you 're also bound to catch walleye and bass. When the leaves begin to turn the fall foliage is brilliant.
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    1.6
    Junction of highways #32 & 45 south
    South to communities of Clearwater Lake, WI, Three Lakes, WI, Monico, WI.
    1.4
    2.2
    Catfish Road
    Access from highway.
    5.4
    8.7
    Services at highway
    Fuel, south side of highway.
    6.3
    10.2
    Nicolet National Forest, WI, western boundary
    Roadside turnout with information sign. Paved turnout, no services. The Chequamegon-Nicolet is also home to over 44,000 acres of Wilderness Areas. Five wilderness areas are located on the Forest - Blackjack Springs, Headwaters, Porcupine Lake, Rainbow Lake, and Whisker Lake. These areas offer the quiet and solitude of those who really want to get back to nature. Highlighted by its unique forest landscapes and abundant wetlands, the Chequamegon-Nicolet is a hiker's paradise. Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest, WI, has 47 unique campgrounds, picnic areas, and cabin sites.
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      12.2
      Junction of National Parks Roadway # 2178
      Access to campgrounds, both sides of highway.
      8.5
      13.6
      Access to National Forest Campgrounds, WI.
      Access from highway.
      8.6
      13.8
      View from highway
      Driving east.
      8.7
      14.0
      Forest County, WI
      Western boundary. Forest County was created from portions of Langlade and Oconto counties by an Act of the Legislature in 1885. The county was given the name Forest because of the dense forest which covered the county when it was created. Forest County has an abundance of lakes totaling 21,882 acres. Its network of waterways is unique and consists of 850 miles of fabulous trout streams. There are 120 lakes in Forest County, WI; where pan fish, smallmouth bass, largemouth bass, walleyed pike, pickerel, and muskies are common.
      10.4
      16.7
      Junction of Roadway # 2460
      Access to Spectacle Lake, WI, Recreational Area. Spectacle Lake, covers 171 acres and has a small sand beach area. Sailboats, paddleboats, rowboats, canoes and fishing boats are available.
      11.3
      18.2
      Junction of National Forest Roadway # 2119
      Access to National Forest Campground, north of highway.
      12.0
      19.3
      Access to Kentuck Lake, WI, Recreational Area
      North of highway.
      13.4
      21.5
      Junction of National Forest Roadway # 2176

      14.2
      22.8
      View from highway
      Driving east.
      18.1
      29.2
      Windsor Dam Road
      Junction of National Forest Roadway # 2174, south side of highway.
      19.2
      30.9
      Junction of National Forest Roadway # 2175
      South side of highway.
      20.0
      32.2
      Junction of highway # 55
      South to communities of Argonne, WI, Crandon, WI. North to communities of Alvin,WI, Nelma, WI, Iron River, WI.
      21.4
      34.5
      Junction of National Forest Roadway # 2526
      North of highway.
      22.1
      35.5
      Junction of National Forest Roadway # 2169
      South of highway.
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      38.8
      Junction of National Forest Roadway # 2172
      North side of highway.
      25.5
      41.1
      Lily Pad Road
      Junction of National Forest Roadway # 2424, South side of highway.
      27.5
      44.2
      Junction of National Forest Roadway # 2453 (Flannigan Road )

      27.7
      44.5
      Florence County, WI
      Western boundary.Florence County, created in 1881 from Marinette and Oconto Counties, is named after Florence Julst, the first white woman to settle in the area. Located in northeast Wisconsin, the county seat is Florence.
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      45.2
      View from highway
      Driving east.
      28.6
      46.0
      Junction of highway #139
      South to communities of Long Lake,WI, Newald, WI, Cavour, WI. North to communities of Stambaugh, WI, Iron River, WI. NOTE, highway #139 overlaps highway # 70 at this point east.
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      49.2
      Junction of National Forest Roadway #2423
      Access to campground.
      31.1
      50.0
      Services at highway
      Fuel at highway. Note: Highway #139 overlap of highway #70 ends at this point and heads south.
      32.5
      52.3
      Community of Tipler
      Junction of National Forest Roadway #2450, access to campground, south side of highway.
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      53.5
      View from highway
      Driving east. Note 'Golden Eagle in flight' in foreground.
      35.1
      56.5
      Junction of National Forest Roadway # 2450
      Access to Lost Lake Recreational Area. Lost Lake is 541 acres of water which is surrounded by cabins and resorts and on north end is a baseball field. Each day you could see eagles, otters, osprey and loons visit you on the lake. You can fish for Northern, Walleye, Bass and Musky. National Forest Lost Lake Camping facilities: 27 campsites, picnic area, hiking trails. one-mile interpretive trail through a growth of 150-year-old hemlock and pine trees is adjacent to the campground. swimming beach.NOTE: No motors are allowed on this lake.
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      57.9
      Junction of National Forest Roadway #2152
      North of highway
      36.4
      58.5
      View from highway
      Driving east.
      38.0
      61.2
      Junction of National Forest Roadway #2151
      North of highway.
      39.6
      63.7
      View from highway
      Driving east.
      39.6
      63.7
      Junction of National Forest Roadway # 2154
      Access to campground and hiking trails.
      40.0
      64.3
      Junction of National Forest Roadway #2150
      Access to National Forest Perch Lake campground & recreational area. Camping facilities: 16 campsites, with fire ring, picnic table, and tent pad.Drinking water and vault toilets - Most sites can accommodate RV's up to 35 feet. Hiking trail. boat launching site.
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      68.2
      View from highway
      Driving east.
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      68.5
      Nicolet National Forest, WI
      Eastern boundary.The Chequamegon-Nicolet is also home to over 44,000 acres of Wilderness Areas. Five wilderness areas are located on the Forest - Blackjack Springs, Headwaters, Porcupine Lake, Rainbow Lake, and Whisker Lake. These areas offer the quiet and solitude of those who really want to get back to nature. Highlighted by its unique forest landscapes and abundant wetlands, the Chequamegon-Nicolet is a hiker's paradise.
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        72.0
        View from highway
        Driving east.
        49.4
        79.5
        Junction of highway #101
        South to the communities of Fence, WI, Armstrong Creek, WI.
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        83.3
        Access to National Forest Information Centre
        North side of highway.
        51.9
        83.5
        Community of Florence, WI
        Services fuel at highway. Located in the Wild Rivers County of the Northwoods, Florence has much to offer. Enjoy camping, hunting, fishing and all the other wilderness experiences in this unspoiled area. Attractions in and around Annual Ice Fishing Derby Wisconsin - Annual Upper Peninsula Volunteer Firefighters Tournament - Florence Annual Ice Fishing Derby held in January - Volunteer Fire Dept. Gun and Knife Show, March - Annual North Stars Garden Conference, March - Florence County Commerce Fair. May - Annual Ride for Red, Bike Ride & Poker Run. June - Annual Long Lake Volunteer Fire Department and Auxiliary Picnic and Parade, July - Florence, WI, Museum features artifacts dating back to the 1880's. of Florence and surrounding are a - Both Courthouse a Jail listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
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        83.5
        Junction of highways #2 & 141
        North to community of Crystal Falls. North to Michigan Bewabic State Park Campground. A 144-site campground is situated in a shady, wooded site. Most of the sites have buffer strips between them to allow for privacy and every site has electricity, a fire ring and a picnic table. Picnic areas, a hiking trail, two playgrounds, an excellent beach and a boat launch to Fortune Lake are among the additional amenities at this park. Perch, bass, bluegill and walleye are plentiful in Fortune Lake. Many other points of interest in the area are within easy reach, such as Horse Race Rapids, Chicaugon Falls, Pentoga Park with its Indian burial ground, Iron Mountain Iron Mine and the Iron County Museum in Caspian. Using scaled down, working models, the museum displays the history of the logging and mining industries of the area.
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        83.5
        Start / Finish of Highway Travel Guide
        East to Michigan / Wisconsin State Line,13 miles. -e9 - East to Iron Mountain Michigan. - Attractions in and around Iron Mountain Michigan. - Iron Mountain Iron Mine Vulcan, Michigan, features Guided underground mine train tours, through 2,600 feet of underground shafts - Millie Mine Bat Cave An abandoned mine shaft the second largest known colony of hibernating bats in North America - Iron Mining Museum, MI, featuring the Largest Collection of Underground Mining Equipment Displayed, in the State of Michigan - Pine Mountain Music Festival, MI - 'Art For All,' Iron Mountain,MI; Annual Juried Art Show at Lake Antoine Park - ART WORKS Art Gallery in Iron Mountain, shows original arts and crafts created by Upper Peninsula artists & artisans. -e9