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Wisconsin United States #2 Highway Guide

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Junction of Hwy # 2 and Hwy # 53
North to cities of Superior, Duluth. West access to Pattison State Park. Pattison State Park features the highest waterfalls in Wisconsin and the fourth highest waterfall east of the Rocky Mountains. Camping Pattison has 59 regular (family) campsites, 18 of them with electric hookups, and three backpack sites. There is a sanitary dumping station but no sewer or water hookups. Showers and flush toilets are available during the summer. Attractions in and around Duluth, WI, The Lake Superior Maritime Visitor Center. This museum features maritime exhibits showing the commercial ships of Lake Superior and the Duluth-Superior Harbor. - Lake Superior Railroad Museum Duluth, WI. This museum features the early history of Wisconsin and Minnesota railroading. They have on site steam engines unique to the area. - S.S. William A. Irvin Ore Boat Museum Duluth, MN This ore carrying ship is a floating museum, the boat is docked along the Duluth waterfront. Also along side is a historic tugboat 'The Lake Superior'. - Tweed Museum of Art Duluth, MN The museum shows collections of American and European paintings. - St. Louis County Heritage & Arts Center, ' The Depot' Duluth, MN. This Historic building was constructed in 1892 served as Duluth's busiest railroad station and 'Port of entry'.
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Rapids Riverside
Bar & restaurant
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Amnicon Falls State Park, WI
1/4 mile north on Cty U. This 825-acre park features4 waterfalls plus rapids along the Amnicon River, viewed from a covered 1930's foot bridge. Camping and picnicking. Camping - Amnicon Falls State Park has 36 campsites. There are no electric hookups, showers, or dump station. No generators may be operated in the park.
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Town of Wentworth, Wisconsin
Access from highway.
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Historical Marker
Richard I. Bong, WW 11 Ace Pilot, family home is in Poplar. He was in the Pacific Theatre during WW11 and was the #1 Ace of that war. After the war, he became a test pilot and was killed while test flying a new aircraft.
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Town of Poplar, Wisconsin
Access from highway.
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Town of Maple, Wisconsin
Access from highway.
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Grizzworks
Chain saw carvings
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Blueberry Store
Antiques, (seasonal)
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Bellwood Antiques
Antiques (seasonal)
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Brule River State Forest, WI
State forest encompassing the historic Brule River, WI. Famous for steelhead fishing, was 'summer whitehouse' for several past presidents including Eisenhower.
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Wayside
Access from highway.
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Brule River House
Restaurant
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Brule River Canoe Rental, WI
Canoes & kayaks available for Brule River, WI and Lake Superior. One can fish for Brook Trout, Brown Trout, Rainbow Trout, Steelhead, Coho Salmon and Chinook Salmon.
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Town of Brule, Wisconsin
Access from highway.
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Twin Gables
Restaurant
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Intersection with State Hwy 27 south
South access to Nelson Lake, WI. South to community of Hayword, WI. Attraction in Hayword, WI. The National Fresh Water Hall of Fame. Showing displays of historical artifacts of fresh water sport fishing, shows all fresh water sport fishing records.
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Town of Iron River, WI
Iron River Area Chamber of Commerce. The Town of Iron River, WI; in the early days was a logging Boom Town. Railroad trains made several trips a day between Superior and Hurley hauling logs. Attractions in Iron River, WI. White Winter Winery, WI.
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Rustic Roost
Restaurant
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Wayside
Bathrooms, picnic tables, view of small lake (seasonal)
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Town of Ino, Wisconsin
Access from highway.
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Evergreen Campground, WI
Access from highway.
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Orange & White Antiques
Access from highway.
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Intersection of US Hwy 63 south
Access to Chequamegon National Forest Recreational Area. The Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest is located in Wisconsin's Northwoods, covering over a million and a half acres. The Chequamegon side of the forest covers about 858,400 acres in Ashland, Bayfield, Sawyer, Price, Taylor, and Vilas counties while the Nicolet side covers nearly 661,400 acres in Florence, Forest, Langlade, Oconto, Oneida, and Vilas counties. Chequamegon-Nicolet's has 47 unique campgrounds, picnic areas, and cabin sites. - South access to communities of Benoit, WI, Mason, WI, Grand View, WI, Drummond, WI, Cable, WI. Attraction at Cable, WI. - Cable Natural. Museum, WI.
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Intersection of State Hwy 37
Access from highway.
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Northern Great Lakes Visitor Center
This facility presents an overview of the historical interaction of human culture with the land and natural resources of the Northern Great Lakes Region, from the Ice Age to the present. Has interpretaive trail, educational programs, visitor information, historical exhibits, gift shop and houses historical archives from 9 counties.
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Intersection of State Hwy 13 north
North access to communities of Washburn, WI, Bayfield, WI; and Red Cliff, WI. Washburn, WI; is located on Lake Superior's Wisconsin Chequamegon Bay. The city of Washburn, WI; has two municipal campgrounds,they are located on the shore of Lake Superior: There are 2 campgrounds. Memorial Park Campground has Fifty-one campsites. Services include.- electric service and cable tv. All drinking water, flush toilets, and pay showers. Thompson's West End Park, WI. Camping facilities: - 51 RV and tent sites, Sanitary Dump Station , Flush Toilets , Unguarded Swimming Beach , Playground , Open play area , Pay Showers , Electric Service , Artesian Water , Fishing Pier , Shoreline Fishing , Boat Launch (fee charged)
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Chequamegon Bay, WI.
Bay on Lake Superior, framed by Ashland, WI, Bayfield, WI, Washburn, WI, and Apostle Islands, WI.
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Marine Club Restaurant
Access from highway.
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City of Ashland, Wisconsin
Four flags have flown over this area: Spanish, French, English and American. This was part of the original Northwest Territory and was contained inside the borders of three states. Ashland has two city camping areas: Kreher Park: 36 RV campsites on Lake Superior, close to marina & downtown Ashland. Boat landing, swimming beach, playground, showers. Prentice Park: 9 RV sites with electric hook-up and 7 camp sites.
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Maslowski Beach, WI
City beach, picnic area, bathrooms.
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Access to Ashland, WI. Chamber of Commerce
Attractions in and around Ashland, WI The Ashland Historical Museum, WI. The museum features Memorabellia of the early days. - Apostle Islands Cruise Service. Cruise the Apostle Islands - Ashland, WI; Mural Walk. - Bayfield Heritage Tours, historic & ghost walks with guide.
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City of Ashland, Wisconsin; Campground & Marina
Access from highway.
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Junction of Wisconsin Hwy 13 south
North to communities of Barksdale, Washburn, north access to Madeline Island, Big Bay State Park. Big Bay State Park is on Madeline Island, the largest of Lake Superior's 22 Apostle Islands. The 2,350-acre park, has picturesque sandstone bluffs and caves and a 1.5-mile sand beach. Big Bay State Park has 60 campsites, 51 of them reservable. There are showers and flush toilets but no electrical hookups. Seven sites are walk-in sites.
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Bayview Park
Reconstructed front of the Radisson-Grosellier Fort, early explorers to the area
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Bad River Reservation
The Bad River Band Of Lake Superior Tribe of Chippewa Indians is located on a 125,000+ acre reservation in Northern Wisconsin on the south shore of Lake Superior (Known by the tribe as Gichi Gami) in Ashland and Iron Counties. The Ojibwe people have been located in this area since well before Columbus stumbled onto the Americas; historically, the French explorers Radisson and Groseilliers 'discovered' Ojibwe people here in the mid-1600's.
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Historical Marker
Historical marker on the Bad River. Explanation of how the Bad River Reservation came into existance.
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Frontier Campground, WI.
Showers, full hook up
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Junction of Wisconsin Hwy 169 south
South access to Copper Falls State Park. Ancient lava flows, deep gorges, and spectacular waterfalls make Copper Falls one of Wisconsin's most scenic parks. There are 54 regular campsites, a group camping area big enough for 40 people, a backpack campsite, and, for people with disabilities, a rustic cabin.
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Scenic Overlook
Access from highway.
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Junction of Wisconsin Hwy 122, north & south
South access to communities of Saxton, WI; Upson, WI. South access to Whitecap Mountain Ski Area, WI.
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Historical Marker & Scenic View
Description of the Gogebic Iron Range and mining operations
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Kimball Inn, WI.
Restaurant
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Finnish Gifts, WI.
On north side of highway.
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Eagle Bluff Golf Course, WI.
18 holes.
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Intersection of Wisconsin Hwys 51 & 77
Hwy 51 goes south to community of Hurley, WI. South access to Northern Highland- American Legion State Forest, WI.The forest is characterized by its abundance of scenic lakes and streams. There are over 900 lakes that lie within the forest boundary and there are numerous streams and rivers. A wide variety of wildlife and bird species that occur in northern Wisconsin can be found within the forest. Common wildlife that can be seen include deer, beaver, otter, fox, coyote and black bear. Goshawks, blue jays, yellow-bellied sapsuckers, chickadees and song sparrows are just a few of the hundred or so bird species that can be seen or heard in the forest.
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WI; Travel Information Center
WI Travel Information Center PO Box 327 Highway 51 - Rest Area Hurley, WI 54534
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Michigan/Wisconsin border
East to Ironwood, Michigan. Attractions in and around Ironwood, Michigan. - Ironwood is home to Hiawatha, 'World's Tallest Indian' Hiawatha is 50' tall. - Old Depot Museum features a railroad history exhibit. - Start / Finish of highway Travel Guide. -e9